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Patrik Antonius mowed over the high stakes online cash game tables at Full Tilt last week to walk away with nearly $432,000 in profits, according to statistics provided by

Playing on his “FinddaGrind” Full Tilt account, Antonius racked up nearly $800,000 over a 48-hour period Friday and Saturday.

The seven-day bankroll boost helped widen the gap between the 33-year-old Finnish poker pro, who currently sits second on the all-time online cash game money list with a total profit of $11,315,500, and Daniel “Jungleman” Cates who sits in third all-time with $10,251,648 in online cash game winnings.

Phil Ivey still owns a strangle-hold on the all-time online cash game money leaderboard with $19.24 million.

French cash game specialist Alexandre “Alexonmoon” Luneau got off to a rocky start early in the week but managed a Monday–thru-Sunday profit of $395,700. Luneau racked up nearly $800,000 in profits over a 72-hour period late in the week to move him up to the #2 spot overall.


1st FinddaGrind $431,876 Full Tilt Poker
2nd Alexonmoon $395,745 Full Tilt Poker
3rd luvtheWNBA $346,595 Full Tilt Poker
4th taktloss47 $317,584 Full Tilt Poker
5th Isildur1 $288,441 Full Tilt Poker
6th Crazy Elior $252,462 Full Tilt Poker
7th PostflopAction $227,289 Full Tilt Poker
8th thecortster $210,172 Full Tilt Poker
9th punting-peddler $199,868 Full Tilt Poker
10th w00ki3z. $161,824 PokerStars

Rounding out the top three was Team PokerStars Pro and Las Vegas resident Isaac “luvtheWNBA” Haxton with a $346,600 weekly cash game haul on Full Tilt—his most successful since January of this year.

The Ivy League graduate has had a blockbuster 2014 on the live felts as well as online—coming in second place in the $250,000 buy-in Aussie Millions Challenge for $2.5 million and also finishing runner-up in the Aria $100k Super High Roller last month for $813,400.

He is currently ranked #34 all-time in live poker tournament cashes according to The Hendon Mob database with over $9.1 million.


1st Gus Hansen $1,023,931 Full Tilt Poker
2nd samrostan $510,792 Full Tilt Poker
3rd Niki Jedlicka $416,178 Full Tilt Poker
4th JaeggerJack $260,505 Full Tilt Poker
5th SanIker $200,197 Full Tilt Poker
6th Odd_Oddsen $196,116 PokerStars
7th Trueteller $163,151 PokerStars
8th kagome kagome $149,164 Full Tilt Poker
9th Trueteller $121,618 Full Tilt Poker
10th Rui Cao $110,329 Full Tilt Poker

Full Tilt sponsored pro Gus Hansen was the biggest loser over the week, dropping slightly more than $1 million at the online cash game tables.

He was followed by “samrostan” (a weekly loss of $510,800) and Austrian Nikolaus Jedlicka, who donated $416,200 over the course of 2,690 hands.

There were no major shifts in the yearly profit-based leaderboard this past week.

Daniel “jungleman12” Cates is still in front for 2014 with $2,845,000 in earnings at high stakes online cash games. Meanwhile, “punting-peddler” has accrued $1.95 million in total profit for the calendar year with Antonius in third place $1,615,000.

Hansen remains by far the biggest high stakes Full Tilt donator, losing nearly $4.75 million so far in 2014.

Ivey has dropped more than $1.84 million and Viktor “Isildur1” Blom is currently working on a yearly loss of $1.77 million.