Dwan Down $758k on the Week

Tom Dwan
Tom Dwan

When you’re Tom “durrrr” Dwan one week can make the difference of being up a million or down a million.

Last week the swingy Dwan essentially demolished his competition on his way to a $969k score.

This week it was the opposite for Dwan, who played over 7,400 hands in everything from Six-Max $200/$400 PLO to $2,000/$4,000 Limit Hold'em, and ended up posting a stunning loss of $758k.

Despite his troubles, Dwan is still up $3.9 million in 2010 although last week it looked like he could potentially crack the $5 million mark.

Dwan wasn't the only notable player to lose a giant stack of cash this week.

Veteran cash game player David Oppenheim did not have a good week at the virtual tables losing $603,727 in just over 2,000 hands.

Gus Hansen's troubles also continued as he dropped $432,973 bringing his total losses for the year up to $1.2 million.

Of course all that money had to go somewhere and Scott "URnotINdanger2" Palmer, Patrik Antonius and Jani Vilmunen were all too happy to vacuum it up.

URnotINdanger2 was the week's biggest winner as he claimed $562,354, making it his second best week of online poker ever.

Antonius, who almost seems to be avoiding the durrrr Challenge at this point, won $525,014 in just 1,605 hands while fellow Finn Jani Vilmunen won $286,468.

Below are some of the biggest pots on Full Tilt from this week. For more hand replays head to our online poker stats page.


OMGClayAiken smokes Ziigmund.


Tom Dwan IS in danger.


Another huge URnotINdanger2 hand.


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