URnotINdanger2 Stomped for $373k

Gus Hansen
Gus Hansen was a thorn in Scott "URnotINdanger2" Palmer's side this weekend.

Scott “URnotINdanger2” Palmer took the worst of it this weekend dumping $373k into the high stakes games on Full Tilt.

It certainly wasn’t for lack of effort as Palmer played over 3,300 hands of $500/$1,000 PLO Cap but was thoroughly trounced by almost every opponent.

Palmer lost about $200k to red-hot Gus Hansen but the rest of it was to relatively unknown players.

It’s been a swingy year for Palmer who went on a huge run in the early stages of 2011 to win over $1 million but then started to slow considerably.

With the latest loss, Palmer is down to $541k in profit this year and will be looking to get back to his winning ways.

Meanwhile Gus Hansen finished the weekend with $200k in profit and is now up an astounding $3.5 million in 2011. Hansen has been the hottest player in online poker for weeks and is by far the biggest overall winner in 2011.

The XWINK collapse continued this weekend with the unidentified Canadian losing $220k. Previously up $2 million, XWINK is clinging to $570k in profit and it would not be a complete surprise to see him disappear from the high stakes games altogether.

In other high stakes news gavs101 ruled PokerStars winning $227k over 4,075 hands. On Full Tilt Matt Hawrilenko (+$210k), NoParasan (+$125k) and Kpederson (+$107k) were amongst the biggest winners.

Some of the bigger losers included Compris (-$293k) on PokerStars and David Oppenheim (-$163k), Rui Cao (-$101k) and I Win Flips (-$73k) on Full Tilt.

For more information on the high stakes games from this weekend be sure to visit our online poker stats section.

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