Ben Tollerene player profile

Ben86

Poker player Ben86
Real name: Ben Tollerene
Age: 28
Country: United States
First seen:
Last seen:
Also plays as bttech86 on Full Tilt

Ben86 is the PokerStars screen name of American online poker professional, Ben Tollerene. Ben can be seen at the highest stakes tables battling it out against some of the best in both NLHE and PLO. He has re-located to Vancouver after Black Friday in order to continue playing online.

Ben started his poker career with a $500 deposit onto Full Tilt and grinded his way through the stakes in NLHE. He credits his discovery of the 2+2 poker forum as a crucial point in his career and after absorbing as much information and advice as possible, he quickly moved up the stakes eventually settling for some time at $25/$50 NLHE.

He then transitioned to PLO learning the game before many other pros started playing it, and has done exceptionally well there since. He quickly realised the big swings in the game and has thus been more conservative with his bankroll. He has a degree in Finance from the Texas Tech University and says that he wants to pursue other interests of his in the future.

See profit in each game
Last 7 days: $30,183 (14 hands)
Ben86 is opted out from long term results tracking.

Ben86's latest opponents

PHOTO
NICKNAME
REAL NAME
WINNINGS
Phil Galfond
$1,463,136
Rob Akery
$1,307,234
Unknown
N/A
Jens Kyllönen
$3,927,054
Ronny Kaiser
N/A

Ben86's biggest pots

CARDS
DATE
GAME TYPE
POT SIZE
2012-10-28
PLO200/400
$303,854
2012-10-28
PLO200/400
$284,786
2012-10-28
PLO200/400
$272,776
2013-02-04
PLO200/400
$254,385
2012-08-13
PLO200/400
$214,332

Latest Ben86 news

It's been a shaky start to the year for Viktor "Isildur1" Blom, who is now into the third month of his downswing, his longest since returning to Full Tilt as a sponsored pro. Yesterday, however, Blom ...
January 11, 2014
After two successive leaderboard topping days, Phil "OMGClayAiken" Galfond was on a bit of...
December 18, 2013
There was a relative dearth of action at the highstakes tables yesterday, with no six figure winners. The closest to the $100k mark was Gus Hansen, who won $96.4k at the 2-7 Triple Draw tables.
November 09, 2013