Antonius Calls Out Subject: Poker Founder for “Spreading Confidential Information”
Patrick Antonius stated in an interview this week that he is set to lose “more than $5m” if Full Tilt does not return, including a $2.4m loan to one unnamed player and $0.5m he tried to withdraw just prior to Full Tilt going offline.
The statement from the Red Pro comes after a video interview in which he stated he would be “one of the biggest losers” if Full Tilt did not come back online, and that he has “a lot of money stuck there.”
In response to the interview, Noah Stephens-Davidowitz, 2+2 moderator and founder of the investigative poker news blog “Subject: Poker,” posted on the forum that “Antonius has less than $100 in his FTP account, and he owes FTP a smallish amount,” stating that he was posting Antonius’ FTP bankroll as the interview “pissed [him] off.”
Referring to the post, Antonius confirmed that his bankroll was only around $100 at the time Full Tilt shut its doors, but that “he’s not right that I’m not a very big loser in this.”
“I’m also concerned how this person got the account balance and why he’s spreading around confidential information,” added the Finnish poker pro.
Subject: Poker is known for previously “outing” the bankrolls of Full Tilt Pros Phil Ivey and David Benyamine.