After coming out second best to nasud 11 in yesterdays heads up matches Jens "Jeans89" Kyllönen took sweet revenge yesterday as he took back what he lost and more besides on his way to taking a $161.5k score for the day.
nasud 11 is creating quite a stir at the high stakes heads up PLO tables these days with people queueing up to take a shot at the mystery player - the waiting list topping 20 players at one point yesterday. Obviously considered a high stakes fish, nasud 11 is cleary well rolled as he now has almost $900k in losses to his PokerStars screen name but still seems keen to take action at the tables.
Most of Jeans89's winnings came at table "Isildur's PLO 100" where he took nasud 11 for $135k in four hours and just over 850 hands of play. This table also provided us with the two biggest pots of the match;
A major cooler here for nasud 11 who was odds on for a least a chop when the money goes in - killer river in this $62k pot
nasud 11's Aces are busted on the flop - $62k pot
These weren't the biggest pots of the day however as there was plenty of big bet action elsewhere with $100/$200 PLO tables and up to $200/$400 NLHE tables running. There were two other six figure winners for the day as doncarignano brought home a $107k score playing in the PLO ring games, see his biggest pot of the day below;
doncarignano's flopped trips are good enough to seal this $60k pot
Also scoring a six figure win was Phil "takechip" D'Auteuil who played heads up NLHE from $50/$100 up to $200/$400 against the likes of Flying Smile, patpatman and Eunjong Byun on his way to a $106k win for the day. In fact it was takechip who won the biggest pot of the day playing patpatman at $200/$400;
patpatman chooses the wrong river to bluff as takechip makes top two on the river in this 98k pot
The second biggest hand of the day was won by Isildur1. Yesterday's play from Isidur1 tells another little interesting story. Having played some small buy in tournaments he managed to parlay a $109 buy in into a $12k score which he then took the the $50/$100 PLO tables. Having secured a small win there he took this up to the $100/$200 PLO ring games and quickly turned his buy in into $100,000. Of course as you might expect he then proceeded to dump it all back again but it is still frightening to see how quickly Isildur1 can amass a six figure score if things go his way.
patpatman's rivered Ace high flush is no match for Isildur's quad aces - $94k pot