The unabashedly outspoken Luke Schwartz, known as '__FullFlush1__' at Full Tilt Poker, has become renowned for launching derogatory invectives at Tom 'durrrr' Dwan, among other high stakes, online poker players
. Declaring himself the best heads-up poker player online, Schwartz admits that his in-chat castigations are not strategic, or random – he simply enjoys antagonizing certain players that irritate him.
Born in 1984, Luke was raised in the Camden borough of North London. His televised appearance on day 2 of the 2008 WSOPE as Luke Schwartz-Orbach suggests that he is none other than the oft-mentioned son – Lukas – of the UK's prominent psychotherapist and author, Susie Orbach, and American psychotherapist/author, Joseph Schwartz.
Luke Schwartz-Orbach scored his first live tournament cash in 2005 at a Grosvenor World Masters - PokerStars EPT No Limit Hold'em event in London, placing eighth for £3,900. Luke was also dominating online ring games in $5/$10 No Limit Hold'em throughout 2005, but in 2006 he admits to going broke multiple times. Fate smiled in 2007 with a Sunday Millions win, and, taking bankroll management more seriously, Luke Schwartz set out to conquer the world of professional poker.
In early 2009, Luke Schwartz ferociously invaded the the unsuspecting high stakes
tables at Full Tilt Poker under the moniker, '__FullFlush1__'. The mysterious stranger trounced his competition with his loose and aggressive playing style, claiming $1.2 million in February. Almost instantly, a rivalry ensued between '__FullFlush1__' and 'durrrr', which ultimately lead to the banning of '__FullFlush1__'s chat rights, and Luke Schwartz cashing out all of his $1.5 million from his Full Tilt account before returning to the European online poker rooms
'__FullFlush1__' eventually returned to Full Tilt Poker, expressing interest in taking the 'durrrr' challenge, and proclaiming that Tom Dwan
“just deserves to be broke.” However, as of March 2010, Luke Schwartz is actively pursuing a major live tournament win, and more televised poker events. Schwartz snagged second place to David Benyamine
in PartyPoker's Premier League IV for $258K.