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feb
13

partypoker MILLIONS Germany €25,000 High Roller won by Patrik Antonius

Tags: Finland, partypoker, Patrik Antonius
Posted on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 by "T".

It's been years since we last heard of Patrik Antonius, and now he's back. The Finnish high-stakes poker pro who has been regarded as one of the oldies actually had not been able to make a final table since 2014, but this weekend he's proven that you can be an oldie but still a goodie when he took down the Super High Roller event this weekend at the partypoker MILLIONS Germany, and in the process, he managed to crush some of the young Germans and hottest players currently in the game.


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aug
11

High Stakes: Daniel Cates Reaches $10m Milestone!

Tags: Daniel Cates, Full Tilt Poker, high stakes, Jungleman12, Patrik Antonius, Phil Ivey
Posted on Monday, August 11, 2014 by "T".

There have some incredible games running at Full Tilt Poker in the last few weeks. Last week was no different, including Saturday's games where big names such as Phil "OMGClayAiken" Galfond, Viktor "Isildur1" Blom, Gus Hansen, Alex "PostflopAction" Kostritsyn, Niki Jedlicka and Daniel "jungleman12" Cates battled each other at the nosebleed tables. The latter, Daniel Cates, ended up winning an incredible $677.4k on Saturday! 


Read more » High Stakes: Daniel Cates Reaches $10m Milestone!

apr
2

High Stakes: 2013 First Quarter Results

Tags: Alexander Kostritsyn, ben sulsky, gus hansen, high stakes, patrik antonius, phil ivey, PostflopAction, viktor blom
Posted on Tuesday, April 02, 2013 by "T".

I's high time to compile the online high stakes results of 2013 as the first quarter is in the books. According to highstakesdb, the biggest winner to date is Alexander "PostflopAction" Kostritsyn. The Russian pro has played 724 sessions (53,623 hands) and generated a profit of a whopping $3,732,237.


Read more » High Stakes: 2013 First Quarter Results

feb
26

High Stakes: Mystery German Won $1.2 Million Last Week!

Tags: ben sulsky, kagome kagome, patrik antonius, phil galfond
Posted on Tuesday, February 26, 2013 by "T".

Last week's biggest winner online was "kagome kagome" with a profit of $1.2 million. According to highstakesdb, he's real name and age are not known, but
Read more » High Stakes: Mystery German Won $1.2 Million Last Week!

feb
7

Rui Cao and Patrik Antonius's $1,000,000 Challenge

Tags: $1, 000, 000 challenge, full tilt poker, patrik antonius, patrik antonius, rui cao
Posted on Thursday, February 07, 2013 by "T".

After the Finnish poker pro Patrik Antonius had swept Rui Cao (France) clean in a Triple Draw match last Friday at Full Tilt Poker, Cao suggested that the two should start a $1 million challenge consisting of pot-limit Omaha ($350k match), no-limit hold'em ($350k) and 2-7 triple draw ($300k).

On Wednesday, the challenge kicked off at a $1,500/$3,000 2-7 Triple Draw table at Full Tilt Poker. Cao won $15k in the very first hand of the match and remained in front through out the match. In fact, it only took about 3 hours and 350 hands for him to take $300,000 from Antonius.

There is still no information on when the second match will be played. Let's hope that it won't take too long!

source: highstakesdb

feb
7

Rui Cao and Patrik Antonius's $1,000,000 Challenge

Tags: $1, 000, 000 challenge, full tilt poker, patrik antonius, patrik antonius, rui cao
Posted on Thursday, February 07, 2013 by "T".

After the Finnish poker pro Patrik Antonius had swept Rui Cao (France) clean in a Triple Draw match last Friday at Full Tilt Poker, Cao suggested that the two should start a $1 million challenge consisting of pot-limit Omaha ($350k match), no-limit hold'em ($350k) and 2-7 triple draw ($300k).

On Wednesday, the challenge kicked off at a $1,500/$3,000 2-7 Triple Draw table at Full Tilt Poker. Cao won $15k in the very first hand of the match and remained in front through out the match. In fact, it only took about 3 hours and 350 hands for him to take $300,000 from Antonius.

There is still no information on when the second match will be played. Let's hope that it won't take too long!

source: highstakesdb

feb
4

Aussie Millions: Mervin Chan Won The Main Event (AU$1,500,000)

Tags: 2013 aussie millions, Dan Shak, Joseph Cabret, Joseph Cabret, main event, Mervin Chan, patrik antonius
Posted on Monday, February 04, 2013 by "T".

The 2013 Aussie Millions Main Event final table was played over the weekend. Dan Shak brought the largest stack to the final table (3.7 million) and fellow high-stakes pro Patrik Antonius was ranked 3rd (3.3 million). Shak was sent packing in 4th place, which left Joseph Cabret (8.1 million), Patrick Antonius (5.2 million) and Mervin Chan (4.9 million) fighting for the title!


Read more » Aussie Millions: Mervin Chan Won The Main Event (AU$1,500,000)

feb
1

Aussie Millions Main Event: Patrik Antonius Leads Final 13

Tags: aussie millions main event, dan shak, patrik antonius, phil ivey, ray ellis
Posted on Friday, February 01, 2013 by "T".

Day 4 of the Aussie Millions Main Event is being played as we post this update. Patrik Antonius has just eliminated Ang Pangleng in 14th place and is now the chip leader with 3.4 million chips. The Day 3 chip leader Ray Ellis is still in the tournament with 650k chips, Dan Shak is ranked 3rd with 2,650,000 and, unfortunately, Phil Ivey was eliminated in 30th place for AU$35,000.

The winner of the tournament will take home a increadbile $1,600,000 (AUD). We will return with an update once a winner has been crowned!

 

jan
31

Aussie Millions Main Event: Ivey and Antonius close in on the final table!

Tags: aussie millions, dan shak, main event, patrik antonius, phil ivey, Ray Ellis
Posted on Thursday, January 31, 2013 by "T".

A total of 629 players entered the 2013 Aussie Millions Main Event, which created a total prize pool for AU$6,290,000. The third day kicked off a few hours ago with 69 surviors - and now there are only 36 left!

Ray Ellis leads the pack with 1,044,000 chips, Patrik Antonius (Day 1c winner) is not far behind with a stack of 957,000. Apart from Antonius, Phil Ivey (399k) and Dan Shak (596k) are the biggest names left fighting for the AU$1.6 million first prize. We will return with a report once Day 3 comes to an end.

 

jan
30

2013 Aussie Millions: Hachem, Trickett, Antonius & Ivey Advance To Day 2

Tags: aussie millions main event, joe hachem, patrik antonius, phil ivey, sam trickett
Posted on Wednesday, January 30, 2013 by "T".

The third starting day of the 2013 Aussie Millions Main Event was played yesterday. Day 1a and 1b attracted 157 and 196 players, respectively, Day 1c saw the largest field (269 entries) and some of the biggest stars in poker.

Patrik Antonius was one of the poker stars who did really well. The Finnish poker pro entered the tournament during Level 4 and doubled up within just a few minutes, he then continued playing great throughout the day. In fact, he was the chip leader with 204,800 chips when the tournament director called it a day. Besides Antonius, notables such as Phil Ivey (65,000), Sam Trickett (116,000) and Joe Hachem (32,500) advanced to Day 2.

The overall chip leader heading into Day 2 is Brian Payne with stack of 299,900 chips. Phillip Willcocks is in second place with 208,400, and Patrik Antonius is ranked 3rd with 204,800.

 

sep
12

International Stadiums Poker Tour Signs David Benyamine

Tags: david benyamine, international stadiums poker tour, ispt, michael mizrachi, patrik antonius, sam trickett
Posted on Wednesday, September 12, 2012 by "T".

On Tuesday, the International Stadiums Poker Tour (ISPT) announced the singing of David Benyamine as an ambassador. Benyamine will now join forces with Michael Mizrachi, Liz Lieu, Patrik Antonius and Sam Trickett to promote what's expected to become the world's biggest poker tournament.


Read more » International Stadiums Poker Tour Signs David Benyamine

aug
14

Alleged High-Stakes Poker Scam

Tags: cheating, high stakes, johnny lodden, Matthew Marafioti, patrik antonius, Samer Rahman, scam, trojan
Posted on Tuesday, August 14, 2012 by "T".

It seems like a new high-stakes poker scam has been revealed. It all started last week when an anonymous person posted very shady Skype and Facebook conversations between Canadian poker pro Matt Marafioti (the guy who wrote not-so-nice-things about Lauren Kling after the break-up last month) and Swedish poker player and IT expert Samer Rahman, who was accused in 2007 of helping fellow countryman Mohamed Kowssarie to steal millions of dollars from Patrik Antonius and Johnny Lodden in a hacking scheme.

 

 

 


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apr
30

EPT Monaco €25,000 High Roller attracts record field!

Tags: andrew badecker, ept monaco, high roller, patrik antonius, phil ivey
Posted on Monday, April 30, 2012 by "T".

EPT Monaco's €25,000 High Roller event attracted 133 players when it started yesterday - the biggest High Roller event ever on the European Poker Tour! The first day lasted 10 one-hour levels and 46 players will return at noon today and play Day 2.

The American poker pro Andrew Badecker leads with a 350,000 stack at the moment. His closest challenger is Vincent van den Fluit with 341,800. There are some big names not far behind (just to mention a few): Sami Kelopuro (310k), Patrik Antonius (307,500) and Phil Ivey (271,500).

The money bubble bursts when 14 players remain. Then all players will be guaranteed at least €60,000 each. The winner will take home €1,080,000 and become a part of poker history since it's the biggest ever EPT High Roller!

 

apr
10

PartyPoker Premier League V Final Table Set

Tags: partypoker premier league v, patrik antonius, phil laak, tony g
Posted on Tuesday, April 10, 2012 by "T".

The preliminary heats of PartyPoker Premier League V were completed over the weekend and 6 players (Mathew Frankland, Sam Trickett and Tony G from Group A - Dan "Jungleman12" Cates, Patrik Antonius Scott Seiver from Group B) qualified for the final table.


Read more » PartyPoker Premier League V Final Table Set

apr
6

PartyPoker Premier League update

Tags: party poker premier league, patrik antonius, phil laak, tony g
Posted on Friday, April 06, 2012 by "T".

The first 2 rounds of Group A in PartyPoker Premier League V have come to and end. Tony G took home the win in the second round for 16 points (and $32,000), while Erik Seidel finished second for 11 points. Tony G and Phil Laak now have 20 points each.

Group A - results after 2 rounds
1) Tony G, $40 000 / 20 points
1) Phil Laak, $40 000 / 20 points
3) Sam Trickett, $28 000 / 14 points
4) Erik Seidel, $26 000 / 13 points
4) Andy Frankenberger, $26 000 / 13 points
6) Eugene Katchalov, $18 000 / 9 points
7) Matt Frankland, $16 000 / 8 points
8) Luke Schwartz, $6 000 / 3 points


Read more » PartyPoker Premier League update

apr
5

$100,000 Super High Roller returns in 3 weeks!

Tags: daniel negreanu, ept grand final, monte carlo, patrik antonius, sorel mizzi, super high roller, tony g
Posted on Thursday, April 05, 2012 by "T".

The €100,000 Super High Roller event will return on April 23 during PokerStars European Poker Tour Grand Final in Monte Carlo. Yesterday it was announced that 20 players have pre-registered for the tournament so far, which means that at least a €2,000,000 prize pool will be up for grabs.

Some of the most interesting players who will take part are Viktor "Isildur1" Blom, Patrik Antonius, "ElkY", Sorel Mizzi, Tony G and Daniel Negreanu. Viktor Blom won the last Super High Roller for amazing $1,254,400! That event was played at the Atlantis Resort and Casino (during PCA) in January this year and saw a field of 30 players (2 players made a rebuy). It will be interesting to see if the upcoming Super High Roller will be as successful.

feb
17

Antonius added to the PartyPoker Premier League Lineup

Tags: andrew frankenberger, luke schwartz, party poker premier league, patrik antonius, sorel mizzi, tony g
Posted on Friday, February 17, 2012 by "T".

Yesterday PartyPoker announced that the Finnish poker pro Patrik Antonius will join Tony G, Luke "FullFlush" Schwartz, Vanessa Selbst, Sam Trickett, and other players for the $125k buy-in PartyPoker Premier League Poker V Main Event in Vienna between April 4th and 10th.

The event will be a part of the World Poker Tour Vienna festivities and the winner will be awarded with entry to the $25,000 WPT World championship at Bellagio, in addition to the leagues first prize.


Read more » Antonius added to the PartyPoker Premier League Lineup

dec
29

HighStakes: "Ziigmund" cleaned out Antonius' account

Tags: finland, high stakes, ilari sahamies, patrik antonius
Posted on Thursday, December 29, 2011 by "T".

Patrik Antonius and Ilari "Ziigmund" Sahamies, both from Finland, played an action-filled (but short) heads-up the other day that thousands of people watched on PokerStars. Sahamies, who's one of the biggest winners this year, took the command almost straight away and totally dominated against his fellow country men. In fact, he took every single cent from Antonius account - about 190k US dollars - and the game was over.

Well, not for Sahamies. Instead of enjoying the win and eating some Christmas turkey, Sahamies continued playing at PokerStars nosebleed tables. Unfortunately things didn't go so well from there on but still he got away with a profit of about $144k for the day.

 

 

nov
28

Rumors from Macau: Johnny Chan wins big

Tags: appt macau, high stakes, johnny chan, patrik antonius, tom dwan
Posted on Monday, November 28, 2011 by "T".

Apparently APPT Macau didn't only attract big names to come and play poker tournaments, but also some high stakes players who were up for playing cash games. According to what "MacauPro" writes in a big poker forum, Johnny Chan, the 10-time WSOP bracelet winner, won about 11 million Hong King Dollars (US$1.4 million) in different cash games, and players like Patrik Antonius, Phil Ivey (took part in the main event as well), Guy Laliberte and Tom Dwan were involved in some big games as well. However, "MacauPro" doesn't seem to know how much they have won or lost. As for Tom Dwan, Poker Portal Asia wrote that Dwan was in Macau but that he had to go back to the US for a few days because he lost his passport.

 

oct
25

Patrik Antonius will lose $5 million if Full Tilt goes bankrupt

Tags: black friday, full tilt poker, patrik antonius, pocket kings lrd.
Posted on Tuesday, October 25, 2011 by "T".

In an interview that was released last week Patrik Antonius spoke out about the Full Tilt scandal and the money he will lose if the poker site goes bankrupt.

"This one person made an attack on me, saying I had only $100 in my account. He was right but he's not right that I'm not a very big loser in this," Antonius told the poker magazine in Cannes on Day 4 of the WSOPE Main Event.

The person Antonius is referring to is Noah "NoahSD" Stephens-Davidowitz, and Antonius is very concerned how he got his account balance and why he's telling everyone about such a confidential information.


Read more » Patrik Antonius will lose $5 million if Full Tilt goes bankrupt

oct
19

WSOPE Main Event: 25 players left - Antonius, Seidel, Tony G & Cody are 4 of them

Tags: erik seidel, jake cody, patrik antonius, tony g, wsope
Posted on Wednesday, October 19, 2011 by "T".

The field has been narrowed down even further as another day of the WSOP Europe Main Event is over. The 25 remaining players will now fight for a seat at the final table where some serious cash is up for grabs. Leading the field is Max Silver, from UK, with 1,769,00, and close behind him his fellow counterman Chris Moorman with 1,769,000 chips.


Read more » WSOPE Main Event: 25 players left - Antonius, Seidel, Tony G & Cody are 4 of them

oct
18

WSOPE Cannes Main Event: Seidel & Cody in the top of the field

Tags: erik seidel, jake cody, liv boeree, patrik antonius, wsop europe Cannes
Posted on Tuesday, October 18, 2011 by "T".

Another day of the WSOP Europe Main Event is now in the books, and today, when play continues, 115 players will continue the long road towards the final table. In a quite big lead are two Americans, Constand Rijkenberg with 462,800 chips and Hoyt Corkins with 429,900 chips. In 4th place is Jake Cody with 323k, and in 9th place is Erik Seidel with 291,900. Another 2 big names that made it through Day 2 with plenty of chips are Patrik Antonius (23rd place - 228k) and Liv Boeree (202,300).

The total prize pool is €5,692,800 and 64 players will receive a share from it. The winner will get amazing €1,400,000, and the runner-up will get €800,000.

 

jul
13

2011 WSOP Main Event: Day 2b in the books - Ben Lamb leads!

Tags: 2011 wsop main event, ben lamb, patrik antonius, tony hachem
Posted on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 by "T".

Day 2b of the 2011 WSOP Main Event came to and end about 2 hours ago. The day started with 2490 players and ended with 1,080 players remaining. This means that about 1,900 players are through to Day 3 of the tournament, which starts tomorrow. In the lead is no one else than Ben Lamb, who took down the $10k PLO event for $814k, finished 2nd in the $3k PLO event, and has cashed in another 2 events at the 2011 WSOP. Other big names with plenty of chips left are Patrik Antonius (361,000 - 7th place), Tony Hachem (245,100 - 27th) and Jeff Madsen (231,500 - 29th).

We will return with more updates on the 2011 WSOP Main Event as soon as Day 3 comes to an end. Stay tuned!

 

jun
15

Tom Dwan shows his tennis skills

Tags: brandon adams, patrik antonius, prop bet, tennis, tom dwan
Posted on Wednesday, June 15, 2011 by "T".

After the game between Patrik Antonius and Brandon Adams had finished (6-0, 6-1), David "differ" Peat went up to Adams and asked him to give a line on - how many balls Tom Dwan could return on Antinous serves (out of 20). Brandon thought something like 7 over/under was a good line. Everyone started laughing and "differ" said "Have you ever seen Tom playing tennis?!".

Differ added "It's like 4, and I would like to take the under 7 if so." Brandon got up from the bench, grabbed a racket and started serving. Tom Dwan only managed to return 3 out of 20 serves from Brandon Adams.


Read more » Tom Dwan shows his tennis skills

jun
15

Antonius vs Brandon Adams - on the Tennis Court!

Tags: brandon adams, patrik antonius, poker after dark, prop bet, tennis
Posted on Wednesday, June 15, 2011 by "T".

Patrik Antonius and Brandon Adams got to play their long-awaited tennis match at the Las Vegas International Tennis Center 3 days ago. Antonius was the big favorite to win the match (best of three set) and laid $295,000 to $30,000 on the encounter. In other words, if Adams would win he would take home more than the semi finalists at the next month's All England Championship.


Read more » Antonius vs Brandon Adams - on the Tennis Court!

may
31

Another great week for Gus Hansen

Tags: gus hansen, isildur1, patrik antonius, viktor blom
Posted on Tuesday, May 31, 2011 by "T".

Gus Hansen continues to win at Full Tilt's nosebleed tables, and last week he was the biggest winner once again with a $428k profit. The big win last week also means that his lead on the yearly leaderboard has increased.

Patrik Antonius and Viktor "Isildur1" Blom are examples of 2 players who didn't do so well last week. Antonius lost almost half a million dollars and Blom, who's has been running quite good lately, lost just about $150,000.


Read more » Another great week for Gus Hansen

may
23

Gus Hansen is back in the lead

Tags: full tilt poker, gus hansen, high stakes, patrik antonius
Posted on Monday, May 23, 2011 by "T".

Last week, Gus Hansen, from Denmark, lost his first place in the yearly leaderboard to the Finnish poker pro Patrik Antonius. Now, after a few fantastic sessions against Antonius in the end of last week, Gus Hansen is once again back in the lead!

In total he has won $3,513,550 this year and he has a good margin over his 2 closest opponents gavz101 ($1,996,983) and jungleman12 ($1,952,994). Gus is not only the biggest winner this year but also the most active player at Full Tilt's high stakes tables with around 130,000 hands.


Read more » Gus Hansen is back in the lead

may
2

High Stakes: Patrik Antonius won $2.3M last month

Tags: black friday, full tilt poker, patrik antonius
Posted on Monday, May 02, 2011 by "T".

Many thought that the high stakes scene would die after Black Friday when all U.S. players were blocked from playing poker online. Now, when a bit more than 2 weeks have passed, we can conclude that it didn't! There were some really good games going at Full Tilt and PokerStars nosebleed tables during the second half of April, and it was the Nordic players who won and lost the most.

On the winners side we find the finnish Full Tilt Pro Patrik Antonius who ended up with a $2.3M profit, closely followed by fellow countryman Jens "Ingenious89" Kyllonen with a $1.73M profit. The two biggest losers in April were Andreas "skjervoy" Torbergsen (-$1.5M) and Gus Hansen (-$964k).


Read more » High Stakes: Patrik Antonius won $2.3M last month

apr
25

High Stakes: Finnish high-stake regulars won big!

Tags: finaland, high stakes, Jens Ingenious89 Kyllonen, patrik antonius
Posted on Monday, April 25, 2011 by "T".

There were some insane games at Full Tilt's nosebleed tables last Thursday. A player with the alias "ronnyr37617" (Switzerland) took on Gus Hansen in a $300/$600 PLO session that turned out to be very thrilling. For some time, Gus Hansen was down almost 1 million dollars, but thanks to winning a few big pots at the end of the session he "only" lost $427,000. "ronnyr37617" logged off when he was up $186,000. But most probably he hated himself for not quitting a bit earlier - before losing the big pots to Hansen.


Read more » High Stakes: Finnish high-stake regulars won big!

jan
31

David Gorr took home the Aussie Millions Main Event ($2,000,000)

Tags: aussie millions, chris moorman, david gorr, full tilt, jeff rossiter, patrik antonius
Posted on Monday, January 31, 2011 by "T".

After 2 weeks of grinding in the Crown Casino poker room, the 2011 Aussie Millions Main Event finally got a winner. David Gorr from Australia survived a field of 721 players and beat pros such as Patrik Antonius and Chris Moorman on the final table. For the win he received nothing less than $2,000,000 (AUD), the far biggest win in his long poker career. James Keys took the second place and received a bit more than a million australian dollars.

Here are the final table results
1. David Gorr (Full Tilt Poker Sponsored player) - 2,000,000 AUD
2. James Keys - 1,035,000 AUD
3. Jeff Rossiter (Full Tilt Poker Sponsored player) - 700,00 AUD
4. Michael Ryan - 450,000 AUD
5. Randy Dorfman - 325,000 AUD
6. Samad Razavi - 225,00 AUD
7. Chris Moorman - 175,00 AUD
8. Patrik Antonius (Full Tilt Pro) - 130,000 AUD

 

jan
28

Aussie Millions Main event: Patrik Antonius is ready for the final table

Tags: 2011 aussie millions main event, full tilt, patrik antonius, randy dorfman
Posted on Friday, January 28, 2011 by "T".

The 2011 Aussie Millions Main Event is down to a final table after 6 days of play. In the lead is Randy Dorfman with almost 3.9 million chips. Yes, Dorfman, who lead the field after Day 2, has regained the lead and he's definitely the big favorite to take down the tournament if he continues playing as good as during Day 4. Someone that will get a lot of attention on the final table is the Finnish Full Tilt Pro Patrik Antonius. Antonius will bring 1.3 million chips to the final table and he's definitely the one of the 8 finalists who has the most experience to play televised final tables where lots of money is up for grabs.

Ladies and gentlemen, we have a really interesting final table ahead of us. All the finalists are guaranteed at least 130k AUD each and the winner will get stunning 2,000,000 AUD.

 

jan
27

Aussie Millions Main Event: 18 players left - Mizzi and Antonius are two of them

Tags: aussie millions, main event, patrik antonius, sorel mizzi
Posted on Thursday, January 27, 2011 by "T".

After about 10 hours of play, the Aussie Millions Main Event field was down to 18 players. These 18 players will now get a few hours of sleep before it's time for them to return to the Crown Casino poker room to play Day 4 of the tournament. Chip leader is Chris Moorman with 1,643,000, in 6th place is Sorel Mizzi with 965k and close behind him Patrik Antonius with 958,000. All the remaining players are guaranteed at least 72,000 AUD each, but of course everyone will aim for the top prize of 2 million AUD. 

 

jan
26

Aussie Millions Main Event - Day 2 is over: Patrik Antonius in 9th place

Tags: aussie millions main event, patrik antonius, phil ivey, sorel mizzi
Posted on Wednesday, January 26, 2011 by "T".

265 players returned to the tables today to play Day 2 of the Aussie Millions Main Event. At the end of the day, 76 players still had chips left and they are now through to Day 3. Chip leader is Randy Dorfman with 581,000 chips. Tobias Reinkemeier (3rd place - 533k), Sorel Mizzi (5th place - 489k) and Patrik Antonius (428k) are 3 of the biggest names that Dorfman will have to lookout for during day 3.


Read more » Aussie Millions Main Event - Day 2 is over: Patrik Antonius in 9th place

jan
24

2011 Aussie Millions Main Event: Erick Lindgren leads the field

Tags: 2011 Aussie Millions Main Event, erick lindgren, joe hachem, patrik antonius
Posted on Monday, January 24, 2011 by "T".

After some live rock music, some confetti and Joe Hachem saying the classic words "shuffle up and deal", the 2011 Aussie Millions Main Event kicked off yesterday at the Crown Poker Room in Melbourne, Australia. The Day 1a field consisted of 209 players and many of them were big names in poker. After 5 levels of poker, 209 players had become 117 and the tournament crew called it a day. In the lead was Erick Lindgren with 186k, on third place Patrik Antonius with 176,500, and close behind him Carter Phillps with 162,500 chips.

Day 1b is being played at the moment. In the top of the field are notables such as Jeffrey Lisandro in 6th place with 65k and Gavin Griffin in 8th place with 63k. We will return with an update as soon as Day 1b comes to and end.

 

jan
21

Full Tilt Shootout Invitational: Howard Lederer in the lead on the final table

Tags: eli elezra, full tilt shootout invitational, Howard Lederer, patrik antonius
Posted on Friday, January 21, 2011 by "T".

The final table is being played at the moment. The 6 finalists who are battling for the first prize of 250,000 AUD are Howard Lederer, David Oppenheim, James Bord, Barny Boatman, Patrik Antonius and Eli Elezra. Howard Lederer is in the lead with 175,000, closely followed by Oppenheim (160k) and James Bord (135,000). 

Boatman and Antonius are far behind in chips but might still have a chance if they double up soon. Eli Elezra only has 15,000 chips left and he will for sure be the one who's sent packing next since the blinds of 1000/2000 +100 ante are eating up his stack.

 

jan
20

Full Tilt Shootout Invitational: Patrik Antonius ready for the final table

Tags: david oppenheim, Full Tilt Shootout Invitational, patrik antonius, tom dwan
Posted on Thursday, January 20, 2011 by "T".

The second heat of the Full Tilt Poker $25,000 Shootout Invitational is over. The 2 players who made it through the day were Patrik Antonius and James Bord and they will join David Oppenheim and Barny Boatman on the final table in a few days.

The third heat will start in a couple of hours and it will include the following players; Erick Lindgren, Howard Lederer, Tom Dwan, John Juanda, Andy Bloch, Eli Elezra, Van Marcus and Erik Cajelas. It will be very interesting to see which 2 players will make it to the final table. All 6 finalist are guaranteed at least 30k AUD each, the winner will get 250k AUD and the runner up 150k AUD.

 

sep
14

HighStakes: Ziigmund is last week's biggest winner

Tags: high stakes, patrik antonius, ziigmund
Posted on Tuesday, September 14, 2010 by "T".

There were some quite interesting games going on at Full Tilt's nosebleed tables last week. We got to see Ilari "Ziigmund" Sahamies win $740k in just about 1000 hands and Cole South having another cold week and losing $622k. Interesting facts about last week's games is that 5 of the top 10 winners are from the Nordic countries - Patrik Antonius (1st place) and Ilari "Ziigmund" Sahamies (2nd) from Finland, skjervoy from Norway (3rd) and the swedes UaarePilous (8th) and DIN_FRU (10th).


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sep
10

IPPA Championship: The most expensive tournament ever

Tags: gus hansen, IPPA Championship, patrik antonius, phil ivey, tom dwan
Posted on Friday, September 10, 2010 by "T".

The International Poker Players Association (IPPA) will represent a championship event later this year with the biggest buy-in the world has ever seen. The buy-in for the IPPA Championship is nothing less that $250,000 and it will take place in Monte Carlo on Nov 29 - Dec 2 and there are 48 seats available. Two of these seats are reserved for sponsors and another 2 for the lucky poker players who qualifies through satellites in Monte Carlo and Los Angeles.

13 of the poker world's biggest names have already signed up for the tournament - Johnny Chan, Freddie Deeb, Tony G, Huck Seed, Robert Mizrachi, Phil Ivey, Gus Hansen, Allen Cunningham, Patrik Antonius, Allen Cunningham, Bruno Fitoussi, Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi and Tom Dwan. The total prize pool will be 12 million dollars and and the winner will get 5 million dollars. Ladies and gents, this will be the most interesting and thrilling poker tournament ever! 

 

sep
7

HighStakes: Brian Hastings starts September in the best possible way

Tags: Brian Hastings, full tilt poker, high stakes, Ilari Ziigmund Sahamies, Patrik Antonius
Posted on Tuesday, September 07, 2010 by "T".

Brian Hastings has got the best possible start on the new month, and he has managed to earn $788,000 already. Most of the money he has won has come from Ilari "Ziigmund" Sahamies and Patrik Antonius. Brian Hastings all years winnings are now close to 5,000,000 millions, and most of the winnings came last December in epic heads-up battles against the mystery swede Isiludur1.

Other players that has had a good start on the new month are Cole South (+$328k), Di "Urindanger" Dang (+$317) and Daniel "jungleman12" Cates (+$201k). Players that haven't been doing so well are Ziigmund (-$643k), Patrik Antonius (-$325k), Phil Ivey (-$253k).

 

aug
5

HighStakes Report - Tuesday: durrrr wins $720k

Tags: durrrr, full tilt poker, gus hansen, high stakes, patrik antonius, tom dwan, UrnotINdanger2
Posted on Thursday, August 05, 2010 by "T".

After a very action filled and interesting weekend at the high stakes tables many players took a well needed break on Monday. But we only had to wait until Tuesday before the games were on again. Most interesting player to follow that day was Tom "durrrr" Dwan who played lots of hands and was involved in many big pots. After about 6,200 played hands, he had won nothing less that $720,000 from Patrik Antonius, UrnotINdanger2 and other notables. Durrrr has been playing extremely well in the past few days, but he also been very lucky in many big pots.


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aug
3

HighStakes: July - a disaster month for durrrr and Phil Ivey

Tags: Cole South, high stakes, NEKOTYAN, Patrik Antonius, phil ivey, tom dwan
Posted on Tuesday, August 03, 2010 by "T".

July was a terrible month for some of the poker world's best players, and notables such as Phil Ivey, Tom "durrrr" Dwan and Cole South all ended up on the month's top 5 losers list. Luckily one notable managed to make it to the top 5 winners list and saved some of the high stakes world's reputation. Patrik Antonius had a fantastic winning streak last month ($614,000), he played very solid poker and was never really in danger of losing.


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jun
8

High Stakes: Big success for Isildur1 and Antonius last week

Tags: full tilt poker, high stakes, isildur1, patrik antonius
Posted on Tuesday, June 08, 2010 by "T".

Last week came to be a week that poker players from the nordic countries should be proud of. Not less than 3 players from Sweden and Finland made it to the top 5 last week, and I got a feeling that there are more great results to come from 2 of them, Isildur1 and Patrik Antonius. Both Isildur1 and Patrik Antonius had a fantastic flow in their game last week, and both of them also ended up being the top 2 winners of the week. Isildur1 played around 18,000 hands and won $175k and Patrik won almost double that amount, $345k.

Is this week going to be as thrilling as the previous week? Is the WSOP and the nice weather going to affect the action online? We will have to wait and see I guess. :)


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jun
1

High Stakes: Isildur1 returns to the tables

Tags: brian townsend, cole south, comeback, high stakes, isildur1, patrik antonius
Posted on Tuesday, June 01, 2010 by "T".

In the past 1,5 month, Isildur1 almost hasn't played anything. Last week, however, he finally made a small comeback and played about 8000 hands. Lots and lots of spectators were following their favorite mystery swede and watched him win about $50k. Even though Isildur1 won - there is not much to say about the sessions he played. No remarkable plays whatsoever.

Are we ever going to see Isildur1 play the same crazy games as back in 2009? Many Isildur1 followers seem to have their doubts about that. Personally, I'm quite sure that it's not the last time we get to see Isildur1 winning and losing huge amounts of money. Lets hope I'm right!


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may
6

Patrik Antonius attack on the World Series of Poker

Tags: bracelet, full tilt poker, patrik antonius, wsop
Posted on Thursday, May 06, 2010 by "T".

Patrik Antonius, the Finnish Full Tilt Pro, doesn't think think much of World Series of Poker. He thinks that the WSOP bracelets are bullshit because there are 100 WSOP events every year and because everyone has one. The bracelets are shit quality, false and probably not worth more than $50, according to Patrik.

"The WSOP crew wants to rob the players. They don't really care about them and it's ridiculous. They have moved the tournament to the summer time in Las Vegas when no one wants to be there. They are just doing it so hotels and restaurants will be filled up. I personally think I will stop playing the WSOP in the future."

He continues...

"No one wants to be in Vegas during the summer, anywhere else than there. Its a period when people want to have vacation and be with their families, but instead one has to be in Vegas for a shitty bracelet", says Patrik Antonius in a video interview.

 

may
4

HighStakes: Durrrr's winning streak is over

Tags: durrr challenge, full tilt poker, high stakes, patrik antonius, tom dwan
Posted on Tuesday, May 04, 2010 by "T".

Tom "durrrr" Dwan has been running extremely good this year and he has won many million dollars. Well, last week the winning streak came to an end and he ended up losing over $2 million dollars. Most of the money durrrr lost was during the weekend. Even though durrrr had a tough week at the tables, he's still up a few millions this year and also has a big lead in the durrrr challenge with about 11,000 hands to go. If he wins the durrrr challenge, he will get $500,000 from Patrik Antonius. Speaking of Patrik Antonius. He finally got his long-awaited win last week and also became the biggest winner with a profit of $707,043.


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apr
27

HighStakes - report for last week: Phil Ivey wins big!

Tags: durrrr, full tilt poker, high stakes, patrik antonius, phil ivey
Posted on Tuesday, April 27, 2010 by "T".

Another week at the high stakes tables in now in the books. It was maybe not the most interesting week this year, even though so many big names played. Three players that were running extremely well last week were Phil Ivey ($1,289,691), Tom "durrrr" Dwan ($961,325) and Patrik Antonius ($666,711). It was a while ago since we saw such big names in top 3 of the weekly winners list.

Number 1 in the list of losing players is Ziigmund. What happened to Illari "Ziigmund" Sahamies? He was running so good in the beginning of the year, and now he's losing millions in no-time! I hope that Ziigmund can stop this loosing streak and get back in business. Well, its not the first time this happens to him, so I'm sure he knows how to deal with it.


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apr
6

HighStakes: Phil Ivey is back at the tables

Tags: durrr, high stakes, patrik antonius, phil ivey, tom dwan
Posted on Tuesday, April 06, 2010 by "T".

Phil Ivey had been away from the high stakes scene for a while before he made his comeback last week. Straight away he showed everyone that he still knows how to play online poker with high stakes as he stood victorious in the most sessions he played last week. Anyhow, Phil ended up winning $390,556 last week. Not a bad comeback, ha?

Other players that did well last week were Tom "durrr" Dwan ($2,058,450), Patrik Antonius ($903,838) and "theAsMAN103" ($525,760). Tom Dwan is running extremely good at the moment and it doesn't look like anyone stand a chance against him right now. 2010 just seems to be the year when he will be the biggest winner.


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mar
30

HighStakes: Ziigmund won almost $2.4 million last week

Tags: Gus Hansen, Ilari Ziigmund Sahamies, Patrik Antonius, Richard Ashby, Urindanger
Posted on Tuesday, March 30, 2010 by "T".

Last week the action was really great at Full Tilt's high stakes tables. Almost all the big names in the poker world were daily playing for some serious cash in longer poker sessions than we have seen lately. Gus Hansen, Patrik Antonius, Urindanger and Richard Ashby -- all of them did well, however, neither of them could keep up with the Finnish poker poker pro Ilari "Ziigmund" Sahamies who won almost $2.4 million last week, which is more than 4 times the money the second biggest winner of last week won, theASHMAN103 - $561,496.


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mar
16

durrrr challenge: Dwan won big in no-time!

Tags: durrrr challenge, high stakes, patrik antonius, tom dwan
Posted on Tuesday, March 16, 2010 by "T".

It seems like Patrik Antonius has no chance against Tom Dwan in the durrrr challenge lately. I'm saying this because Tom Dwan has dominated every single session they have played in the past few months. The last session was no different. It only took Tom Dwan 9 minutes/61 hands and he had taken $230,710 from his finnish opponent. Tom Dwan has now won almost $2 million dollars from Antonius in the durrrr challenge. Even though they still have to play another 17,000 hands, I really doubt that Patrik Antonius can win this challenge. Well, nothing is impossible, but if Tom Dwan continue playing this well -- he's unstoppable!

 

feb
16

Video: Nordic Poker Awards: Finland grabs three out of four awards!

Tags: Kristoffer ‘Sumpas Thorsson, Patrik Antonius, PokerStars Nordic Poker Awards, Ville Wahlbeck
Posted on Tuesday, February 16, 2010 by "T".

2 days ago, PokerStars held the Nordic Poker Awards at Park nightclub in Copenhagen to honor the top players of the year from Finland, Norway, Denmark and Sweden. These were the categories and the nominees this year. 

Best Live Tournament Player: Peter Eastgate (Denmark), Ville Wahlbeck (Finland), Dag Martin Mikkelsen (Norway), Kristoffer "Sumpas" Thorsson (Sweden). 

Rookie of the Year: Mickey "Mement_Mori" Petersen (Denmark), Jens Kyllönen (Finland), Martin Gedvangen (Norway), Kristoffer "Sumpas" Thorsson (Sweden).


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