NoPasaran led all players across both sites this week, making a good chunk of money by relieving XWINK from some of his bankroll at Full Tilt. The biggest stories of the week, however, were Phil “OMGClayAiken” Galfond, who broke out of a recent slump (No. 2, +$453K), and Daniel “jungleman12″ Cates (No. 3, +$437K, who is working his way to the top of the 2011 leaderboard.
Also of note this week:
-Scott “urnotindangr” Palmer reversed his recent woes at PokerStars (he’d been victimized by Isildur1), to take the top spot at PokerStars and the fifth spot overall this week (+$359K).
-gavz101 at PokerStars continued his heater, winning nearly $300K.
-O Fortuna PLS is one of the few players who has been able to slow Gus Hansen this year, taking him for more than half a million playing 2-7 triple draw.
-Phil Ivey didn’t make the top 10, but philivey2694 at PokerStars did.
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O Fortuna PLS $306,318
The top loser this week was compris at PokerStars, as he gave back $602K. Cole South, who had a good week last week, was second and led all losers at Full Tilt, giving back more than half a million. South, since reaching a career high of about $3.5M in profit early in 2010, is on a downswing of about $4.5M.
Also of note this week:
-Palmer had a bad week on his Full Tilt account, URnotINdanger2 (no. 3, -$461K).
-XWINK, who famously turned $4K into $2M, has been losing ever since, and lost another big chunk this week (-$370K).
-martonas, was back in action this week, losing just over $300K.
-Tom “durrrr” Dwan checked in on the bottom 10 as well.
Cole South -$542,562
Rui Cao -$245,067
Alex Luneau -$22,337
kagome kagome -$201,164
Despite his losses to O Fortuna PLS, Hansen ended up losing just about $100K this week and is up more than $3M for the year to lead players across all sites. Jungleman12 continued to climb the leaderboard and is now second (+$1.8M).
Gavz101 is the top player at PokerStars this year, up more than $1.7M.
Phil Ivey is fifth across all sites, at $1.2M.
Gus Hansen $3,157,008
Matt Hawrilenko $1,821,917
Phil Ivey $1,192,922
O Fortuna PLS $1,039,746
Kagome kagome continues to lead all losers across all sites, down an alarming $1.8M. Tom “durrrr” Dwan is second, at -$1.3M.
All 10 players in the losers’ leaderboard play at Full Tilt.
kagome kagome -$1,844,443
David Benefield -$692,082
Cole South -$645,538
Rui Cao -$512,861
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