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harrington25 Smashed for $247k
Jared “harrington25” Bleznick has been one of the most consistent players on Full Tilt this year but that didn’t stop him from getting lit up last night for over $200k.
Bleznick, who hails from Roslyn, New York, logged 808 hands in the high stakes games last night including sessions in Six-Max $200/$400 Pot-Limit Omaha, Heads-Up $100/$200 PLO and even Heads-Up $500/$1,000 H.O.R.S.E.
It was worth noting that harrington25’s competitor at Heads-Up $100/$200 PLO was Dan “jungleman12” Cates.
Cates has admitted in the past that he’s still learning PLO but he managed to win over $50k from harrington25 last night.
The rest of harrington25’s losses were mostly recorded in a Six-Max game that included Gus Hansen, Urindanger, LokoIsBack, Van Marcus and La Key U.
By the time Bleznick finally decided to call it quits he had lost a total of $247k. It was a rare occurrence for Bleznick, who has been steadily building to over $2 million in profits in 2010. After last night he’s down to $1.8 million.
Brian “sbrugby” Townsend was actually the biggest winner last night as he raked in $135k. Unfortunately that barely even put a dent in the $1.5 million in losses he’s amassed this year. Not to mention the $2.5 million lost on his “Brian Townsend” account.
Dan “jungleman12” Cates, thanks in part to harrington25, was the second biggest winner with $123k in profit.
The top five was rounded out by Coragyps111 ($39k), G3N371X($32k) and LokoIsBack ($31k).
Losers on the evening included Urindanger (-$59k), La Key U (-$52k), bixiu (-$41k) and David Oppenheim (-$25k).
Here’s a collection of the biggest hands last night. Be sure to check out our online poker stats section for more information.