patpatpanda is a high stakes player whose Full Tilt account is registered in Macau. As with a lot of newly registered accounts since the Full Tilt re-launch, it is hard to tell whether the player is actually from the country or whether he has just registered his account and is playing from there.
The identity of patpatpanda is still unknown although amongst the players at the nosebleed stakes, they seem to know who he is from the way they chat to him and discuss the live games in Macau. It is thought that patpatpanda plays in the biggest live games with stakes as high as HKD 20k/40k ($2,600/$5,200) often with straddles.
It is unsure as to how much experience he has playing online, but he isn't afraid to give action even to specialists in their games as he plays a variety of games (NLHE, PLO, Omaha Hi/Lo, Mixed Games, 2-7 triple draw, FLHE) at the very highest stakes available on the site.
The 'panda' as he is often called is one of the funniest players in chat often joking about how much he loses, jumping off the Macau tower and why everyone thinks he is the fish. He prefers to play at least three-handed and often puts in some very long sessions, over 16 hours at a time. We will update you once his identity is released and confirmed.
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