Tom Dwan Drops $991k

Tom Dwan

Tom “durrrr” Dwan continues to struggle at the tables losing just under $1 million playing $300/$600 Pot-Limit Omaha earlier today.

It seems that every time Dwan climbs his way back into the black for 2010, he follows up with an epic losing session.

After grinding his way back up to a $134k profit, Dwan's latest loss puts him down over $850k for the year.

Dwan lost his largest pot of the day to Ilari "Ziigmund" Sahamies who shipped the $275,806 pot after turning a full house.

Despite being involved in all 12 of the largest pots of the day, Sahamies finished the session up just $230k.

Cole South, who has been having a nearly perfect year online, made another $765,522, bringing his total profit on the year up to around $3.8 million.

For a full interview with South head to Due South: Cole on Fire in 2010.

Also spotted at the tables yesterday was the Great Dane, Gus Hansen. Hansen earned $116k before returning to the $300/$600 PLO tables this morning to play Phil Ivey and Di "Urindanger" Dang. It proved to be a mistake as Hansen was stuck for over $150k by the end of the session.

Phil Ivey, whose appearances on Full Tilt have been somewhat scarce this year, made a small profit of $14k.

The strangest online news of the day happens to be centered around the world's most talked about player, the unknown Isildur1.

After his massive loss Wednesday night, Isildur1 returned to the tables yesterday, losing just over $16k at $200/$400 Cap-PLO. Isildur1 then logged off for twelve hours before returning to play $0.25/$0.50 PLO, both 6-max and heads-up.

In total Isildur1 lost $15.50 this morning.

You can find replays for some of the most important hands from last night and this morning below. To see more, head to MarketPulse.


That's a lot of black cards.



I'm pretty sure South wasn't a favorite here.



The big full is usually good.

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