Ben "Sauce123" Sulsky beats "Isildur1" for $187,000
Ben "Sauce123" Sulsky became the biggest winner in the online games yesterday, registering profits of more than $300,000. Sulsky among other things battled with "Isildur1", who lost $187,000.
Ben "Sauce123" Sulsky had a terrific day at the online tables yesterday, facing a number of regulars in a variety of different games.

Playing 2,206 hands spread across 29 different sessions, a busy Sulsky first met Rui Cao for a battle of $50/$100 PLO, followed by what would turn out to be the most lucrative encounter of the evening against Viktor "Isildur1" Blom.

Blom this weekend made somewhat of a comeback with a $300,000 winning streak, but against "Sauce123" the young Swede would once again come out a loser.

According to Highstakesdb.com, the two played a large number of hands at the $50/$100 PLO tables on PokerStars, and once the battle finally came to an end, "Isildur1" was posting losses of $187,926.

Sulsky was according to updates from TwoPlusTwo.com running very well, and as an increasingly frustrated Blom was unable to turn around the match, he eventually had to resign after having lost more than half of his weekend winnings.

Sulsky, in turn, is now the biggest winner of all with overall profits of $300,490 from yesterday's games alone, as well as he is now up a cool million for the year.

Despite his good run, the young American is however still a long way from the top spot on the all-year winners list, currently occupied by Gus Hansen with profits of $3.94 million.

Other big winners from yesterday's action included "FLIPokeHer", who won $136,338, and "le kork" with profits of $75,154, while "IReadYrSoul" became the biggest loser after dropping $203,424 in 3,187 hands.
45 years ago
It says he is american. Where did he move to still play poker?
3 years ago
4715
Thats last name is great I readyrsoul. Might need to do some soul searching now
3 years ago
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Who will be able to stop it?

3 years ago
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