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Tom Dwan, Gus Hansen on Top
At the end of 2009, the year’s biggest losers were Tom Dwan and Gus Hansen.
Now, just two weeks into 2010, the two biggest losers have made their way to the top of the winner’s list.
After another session of nose-bleed stakes 7-Game on Full Tilt last night, Dwan had earned himself almost $400k in profit, enough to put him into second place for the year’s biggest winners with almost $530k.
Hansen ground his way into being the second most profitable player of the night, earning over $383k for his efforts. This profit puts Hansen in first place overall for the year with $726k.
Richard Ashby came out of the session as the largest loser, down over $457k in his 2,315 hand session.
Despite playing more hands than any other player to make the lists, Cole South became the night’s second largest loser with over $264k in losses.
Fortunately for both Ashby and South, profits made earlier in the year help keep these players from getting too far sunk into the red.
One player who has struggled out of the gate has been Chau “La Key U” Giang.
Giang, known for his regular appearances in Bobby’s room, has been somewhat of a consistent loser since the beginning of the year. Adding the $136k he lost last night, Giang tops the biggest losers list with over $590k worth of losses on the year.
With the PCA through, and the weekend just getting under way, the high-stakes action is set to erupt on Full Tilt. Keep yourself posted to MarketPulse to stay on top of all the action.