1st of October 2009 Author: Glo Wood
Mystery high roller takes another drubbing
Martonas the mystery man was back for more punishment on the Full Tilt high stakes cash game tables last night, and he or she found some of the Internet's best known nosebleed players present and only to willing to dish it out.
The unidentified high roller ended the night down a further half million dollars following a similar loss on Monday, and his presence appeared to trigger an avalanche of big-pot action involving names like Patrik Antonius, Tom Marchese, Ashton "theASHMAN103" Griffin, Ilari "Ziigmund" Sahamies and Phil Ivey.
Over $6.1 million was wagered in the top 25 pots alone, according to statistics from MarketPulse.
Antonius was among the most successful in the session, taking one massive $496 023 pot off Marchese, who ended the evening about $100 000 in the red. Player 'Pokerbluffs' also had a good night, leaving the virtual tables up around $488 000.
MarketPulse reports that some of the most exciting action of the night was the $500/$1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha heads up clashes between Sahamies and Ivey, which saw huge pots changing hands and resulted in Ivey finishing the session down $150 000, whilst over the entire evening Sahamies profited by some $ 230 000.
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