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Phil Ivey No Longer Full Tilt Poker’s Biggest Winner

Poker pro Patrik Antonius scooped more than $ 900,000 over the past seven days on Full Tilt Poker, according to data from HighstakesDB. Since starting to play again on the software under his old screen name “FinddaGrind”, Antonius has won more than $ 2.5 million.

While playing under his real name on the software, Antonius was up $ 11.3 million.

According to HSDB, Antonius’ FinddaGrind screen name was his old account on Full Tilt, which he used between 2007 and 2008 before switching over once he was a site-sponsored player.

Altogether, he has won just under $ 16.4 million lifetime on the software.

Phil Ivey, who since late 2012 has been playing under the screen name “Polarizing”, has lost $ 4.7 million over the past 17 months or so. While playing under his real name on Full Tilt, Ivey was up $ 19.24 million. Ivey may have bigger things than his online downswing to worry about, though.

In other words, Antonius recently overtook Ivey ($ 14.54 million in lifetime profit on the site) as the most successful player in the history of the Full Tilt Poker software.

Much of Antonius’ profits lately have come in limit Omaha eight-or-better.

In other news, Viktor Blom managed to drop just under $ 180,000 over the past week, which brings his losses on the year to $ 968,000. He was up $ 2 million in February.

Blom was Antonius’ victim in 2009 in a record sized $ 1.3 million pot in PLO.

Gus Hansen actually had a profitable week, winning $ 275,000. His lifetime losses on Full Tilt Poker now stand at $ 17.38 million, which is still a record.

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Published on 12:30 am by Administrator

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Head Games: Dealing With Tilt And Poker’s Ups And Downs

The Pros: Jonathan Little, Tim West, and Noah Schwartz

Craig Tapscott: What are some good ways to deal with tilt at the poker table that have worked for you long-term?

Jonathan Little: I firmly believe that in order to control tilt, you have to figure out what tilts you and why. For example, some players get upset when they get unlucky, some get mad when the dealer makes an error, and others get angry when they make a mistake. The reasons for tilt are endless. I personally get somewhat tilted when I do something that is blatantly dumb, at least in my mind. In order to deal with this at the table, I write down the hand and make a point to forget about it until I review all of the hands from my session once I am done playing for the day. I then figure out why I went wrong and make a point to not let it happen again in the future.

It is mandatory to address the reasons you go on tilt in order to cure it. If you get mad when you get unlucky, you must accept that poker is a game where you will constantly get unlucky. I am shocked at the huge number of players who get angry when they get all-in with 70 percent equity and lose. It is as if they do not realize they are going to lose 30 percent of the time, and 30 percent of the time is a lot. Once you accept and embrace that this is an inherent part of the game, you will no longer tilt from it. If you get mad when the dealer makes a mistake, realize people make mistakes. Sometimes people have a bad day. Sometimes people are incompetent at their job. Everyone is not perfect. As for my tilt issue of getting mad at myself when I make an error, I had to accept that I am not perfect and that I will make mistakes. I make a point to better myself in every way possible and I work hard to think everything through such that my errors are kept to a minimum.

Another thing I do to alleviate tilt at the table is to listen to a short mp3 on my phone by hypnotist Elliot Roe that calms me down and gets my mind back in a serene state. It helps me relax and breathe, which are two things people fail to do when tilting.

Tim West: If I have adversity at the table I like to slow things down. I might do some push-ups or even grab a healthy drink. I think the best advice I can give for tilt at the table is to stay in the moment. Strategizing is one thing, but too much anticipation or dwelling on past hands or events can do nothing but negatively affect your mood and decision making.

Noah Schwartz: Discussing tilt and the various things that may cause it can be extremely tricky, because it can resemble a 24-hour stomach bug that just creeps up on you out of nowhere (laughs).

When playing cards, there are a lot of different instances that can cause a person to tilt, but usually the number one culprit is getting unlucky in a hand. But when you look at it closely, that is something that is completely inevitable.

In my opinion there are several positive ways to combat tilt. The first is to try your best at remaining cool, calm, and collected. Because upsetting yourself and going on further tilt is only going to lead to worse things. The mind is such a powerful tool. When you are tilting your mind isn’t processing information in a way in which you need it to for good decisions. If this approach is hard for you, another way is to simply take a break for a couple of minutes away from the table and just clear your head. This enables you to not make a bad situation even worse.

When players are in what I like to call tilt mode, they tend to make irrational decisions, which on the poker table will lead to one’s demise. My advice is to just take a few deep breaths, allow the oxygen to flow to the brain, and you’ll be on the right path to coping with full blown tilt. 

Craig Tapscott: Poker can be a very brutal and disheartening game at times. How do you deal with the ups and downs of a poker life on a daily basis?

Jonathan Little: You must accept that sometimes you will win and sometimes you will lose when you play poker. Most people feel as if they are excellent at the game, whereas in reality most poker players are long term losers. They think they should win most of the time when they play because they think they are superior to their opponents. Of course, if you are a long term loser, you should expect to lose more often than not. If you do not keep records, play in games with a huge rake, and constantly have to reload, you are a long term loser. You can either accept this fact or work diligently at the game.

If you are a winner at the game, you must keep a huge bankroll and a huge nest egg on the side to pay your day-to-day expenses. One of the most useful things I did when coming up in the poker world was to keep my poker money and my life money totally separate. And I made a point to play only games I was properly bankrolled for. For live tournaments, you need at least 100 buy-ins in your bankroll. If you are playing $ 1,000 tournaments with $ 20,000 to your name, you must accept that you are degenerate gambling, even if you are confident you are a long term winner in the games. Once you know you are a long term winner who is constantly working to improve his game and you are also properly bankrolled, you will be well on your way to not caring at all about the standard swings that occur on a daily basis. 

Tim West: I used to weigh about 280 pounds, and at that time I honestly didn’t care about health or prosperity in my life. All I cared about was having fun, playing poker tournaments, and eating room service. But at this point in my life’s journey I believe the best way to handle the stress and turmoil of poker is to prepare myself both physically and mentally. One way I do this is by making sure I exercise on a regular basis now. In addition, I pay attention to what I eat and consume nutrition that I take pride in and know is healthy for me. You can occasionally indulge yourself, but you must also find a balance.

Through my eight years playing poker seriously, both live and online, I have gained a lot of perspective in this world. When I hear people complaining about mundane things like congested traffic or a bad beat on the river, it reminds me that no matter what (barring a true life tragedy) we are extremely lucky to be breathing and taking a new step each and every day. In summary, nutrition, exercise, perspective, and family is what keeps a smile on my face every day no matter what I encounter. So you take a bad beat at the table. Get up, take a breath, and count your blessings.

Noah Schwartz: When talking about the high and lows in poker, it is analogous to a roller coaster, and being able to deal with that variance is something that takes time adjusting to and getting used to.

Let’s first discuss the lows and struggling for a given period of time, because I know it is something for the most part at one point or another is inescapable.

Take cash games as an example. One thing I have really enforced for myself when things are not going my way, no matter how hard I try, is to set a maximum loss or stopping point. In other words, I limit my exposure to a number I am completely comfortable with that won’t have an impact on me later that night or the next day or week. So this way when I am in a funk I make sure I don’t dig myself into a black hole. Another thing I do a lot to deal with the lows is go to a great spa to seek some type of mental and physical healing and mainly to get my mind off things and rest.

When we talk about the other end of the spectrum, I think Napoleon Bonaparte said it best, “the most dangerous moment comes with victory.” And it makes perfect sense when you think about it. I think what he meant by this was that the highs tend to cloud our judgment and provide our ego with this fuel that enables us to be more prideful and arrogant. So that when we come down off those highs it causes us to easily crash and burn. 
That is why when I am on a huge upswing in poker and things are amazing, I just take the time to bask in it. Why? Because I know around the next turn there is going to be a downswing or a low period. This is why it is so important to live in the now. That is what poker is all about in my opinion; being aware of the ebbs and flows of the game and learning to approach them more consciously. ♠

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GCG: Full Tilt Poker Cash Outs By Mar. 31, 2014

The Full Tilt remission process could come to a close for some during the first quarter of next year, according to the firm in charge of compensating former American players.

The deadline for most victims to file a claim was this past Saturday, and on Friday Garden City Group released an important update on its site:

There will be a limited extension to the November 16, 2013 filing deadline for players who are Affiliates and for certain players identified as Pros in the data supplied by Full Tilt Poker (“FTP”)…For players identified as Pros, it has been determined that the only Pros who will be deemed ineligible to participate in this remission process are Team Full Tilt players and other players who were playing with funds from FTP or who were compensated by FTP to play on the FTP site. GCG is working with the Government to review the status of players who have been designated as ineligible Pros. Once this review is completed, for any such players who are deemed to be eligible to participate, GCG will email the players to provide instructions regarding the Petition process. Such players will have 30 days from notification to submit a Petition. Please continue to check this website for updated information.

We are in the process of reviewing Petitions filed by Petitioners who confirmed their balances online and who have not disputed their FTP Account Balance or submitted multiple Petitions. We expect payments to be made with respect to such Petitions with confirmed balances by March 31, 2014.

In other words, for some former players the saga could be over by next spring.

Full Tilt Poker was shut down in American cyberspace in April 2011, and was later accused of operating as a Ponzi scheme under prior ownership.

There were around 1.4 million potential victims of the fraud, who were stiffed out of around $ 160 million. The former owners have all settled their respective cases.

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Deadline Approaching: Full Tilt Poker Victims Have Until Saturday To File A Claim

Victims of the Full Tilt Poker fraud only have a few days left to file a claim online for possible compensation.

On September 16 and September 17, Garden City Group, the payment processor hired by the government to facilitate the cash outs, sent notices to all potentially eligible petitioners identified utilizing data supplied by the once defunct Full Tilt.

The firm said it sent out more than 1.4 million emails.

According to the Poker Players Alliance, around 35,000 petitions have been filed so far.

The deadline to fill one out is Saturday, Nov. 16.

In you haven’t filled out a claim, but would like to, click here.

Payouts reportedly could start coming in during the first quarter of 2014.

The whole mess stems from Full Tilt falling into hot water with the federal government in April 2011, a day known to the poker world as Black Friday. The site’s owners were eventually accused of defrauding players, as the company went insolvent with hundreds of millions owed to players around the world. PokerStars went on to buy Full Tilt and pay out non-American players, with the U.S. government and its hired hand in charge of cashing out Americans. After long waits, that process could finally finish sometime in 2014.

The former owners off Full Tilt have all settled their respective cases.

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Published on 11:29 pm by Administrator

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Full Tilt Poker Victims To Receive Emails On How To Get Their Money Back Starting In September

The Garden City Group, the claims administrator for the Full Tilt Poker money, released an update Friday on its website, FullTiltPokerClaims.com.

The firm stated:

Starting on September 16, 2013, GCG will email a Notice with instructions on how to submit a Petition for Remission online to all potentially eligible claimants identified by GCG utilizing data supplied by Full Tilt Poker (“FTP”). The deadline to submit a Petition for Remission is November 15, 2013. Instructions concerning the filing of Petitions will be included in the Notice and will be posted on this website. Please continue to check this website for updates. Please note that the registration process for email notification is no longer available.

Earlier this month there was good news for poker players as it was announced that account balances, rather than the amount deposited over the years, would be what players eventually receive in remission. There was fear that winning players would be penalized.

Full Tilt Poker, under previous ownership, shut down in American cyberspace in April 2011, as part of the federal case unveiled on what has become known as Black Friday. The site closed its doors completely in the summer of 2011, and it was later called a Ponzi scheme.

A total of about $ 159 million is owed to up to 1.3 million former players.

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High-Stakes Online Poker: Gus Hansen Now Down $10.4 Million Lifetime On Full Tilt Poker

Gus Hansen lost $ 114,498 (according to HighstakesDB) on Thursday, which brings his lifetime losses on Full Tilt Poker to an incredible $ 10.4 million.

The Dane has lost about $ 3.4 million more than the next worst in the tracking history. Hansen is officially the biggest loser ever online, but Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberté has been rumored to have lost far more back when he was playing under an unknown screen name.

Full Tilt opened in 2004, and Hansen’s official data goes back to 2007.

Around summer 2009, Hansen was sitting at about $ 1.7 million in profits on the site, but then went on a downswing that lasted over a year. He was down about $ 10 million. However, in fall 2010, Hansen began a massive heater. By spring 2011, he had erased about $ 6 million of those losses. But when Black Friday struck in April and Full Tilt shut down that summer, Hansen had to put his upswing on hold for months and months. The site relaunched in November 2012 under new ownership, and Hansen was reunited with his account.

So far in 2013, he has lost $ 4,003,528, about $ 1.2 million more than Phil Ivey, who despite being the biggest winner in online poker history, has lost $ 2.8 million this year.

Winners In 2013

cottonseed1: $ 3,556,082
Viktor “Isildur1” Blom: $ 3,140,715
Alexander “PostflopAction” Kostritsyn: $ 2,714,965
Ben “Bttech86” Tollerene: $ 2,405,690
Patrik “FinddaGrind” Antonius: $ 1,790,599

Losers In 2013

Gus Hansen: -$ 4,003,528
Phil “Polarizing” Ivey: -$ 2,859,477
samrostan: -$ 2,817,245
punting-peddler: -$ 1,648,452
MalACEsia: -$ 1,380,398

Figures via HighstakesDB.

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Jill


15 hours ago

it’s hard to win when people can see your hole cards. You have to be fooling yourself if you don’t think there is cheating going on in online poker.

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PokerPong


1 hour ago

I’ve seen headlines about Hansen and his losses for quite a while now. My own experience with finally checking out FT only recently and interest in online poker in general led me to sign up here so I could post for this.

So yes, only recently within the past few months did I finally check out the (free) action at FT (I’m in the US), having put it off all this time for several years or so now. Having already seen certain extremely “questionable” patterns in various well known online poker options, all except one being “free” ones (although virtual goods is actually big $ and big business in itself wherever any paid options apply – just ask the guy who got a 2 year jail sentence over Zynga chips in 2011 – so ultimately the incentives are the same, just on a different scale), I was naturally hoping for the best with FT. And what did I find? Loved the software interface, felt it was the best I’d ever seen overall – so far so good. But…

The card action I experienced on FT was what I would describe as the absolute “stupidest,” most absurdly non-credible action I had ever experienced. I was very surprised. It was far worse than what I had experienced elsewhere in terms of that stuff. Despite how much I liked the interface, I was left with no desire whatsoever to even bother getting a chip reload or to play there again, and I haven’t

So…although it was only the “free” option on FT for me, as I read these headlines about Hansen and his incredible losses, I’m not surprised at all.

As a side note, I have spent time on the other biggest two names as well since then, PS, and the action there started out seeming as if it would be ok and “credible,” but has turned out to be only somewhat better, and really more or less the same overall. Sad. It turns out that both of them are even worse than what so many of us were observing and talking about on a famous poker app on FB which was definitely in business to make $ selling virtual chips.

This whole experience has been very disappointing, and lead me to be concerned about the industry in the US as it unfolds and finally starts rolling. It is my hope that attention will be squarely paid to regulating and examining the software itself, and that we get a solid clean industry if possible.

Somewhere along the line I came across a video I would like to share. Very ironically, it was embedded on a poker related site and the author was calling attention to it as being nonsense. The only thing the author succeeded in doing for me, however, was pointing me to a video I found to be rather valuable and which resonated with my own experiences I was having with online poker. The video is on a Youtube channel called “Robers dee” and is titled “Online Poker Is A Scam.” I highly recommend watching it and listening to what the guy says, and it’s only around 9 minutes. Here’s the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b3tv-1rBJeY. When I watched this video, even though he was talking about real $ online poker elsewhere, it was as if he might as well have been describing the free-but-with-paid-options FB app I was regularly playing on at the time. I found it to be very compelling indeed.

Well, you have certainly raised one of the most troubling and concerning of the issues involved in online poker, Jill, and thanks for doing so. Hopefully these kinds of things will be addressed as the industry begins to unfold here, but sadly it doesn’t really seem to be now.

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AceupmySlv


12 hours ago

Hmmm, let me see. This guy is one of the biggest losers in all of poker as shown by his initial play online and his current play under more regulated terms. Then he all of a sudden goes on a 6mil heater right before Black Friday on Full Tilt where know owners, reps, and players were proven to be able to see hole cards using ‘god’ accounts. Funny coincidence don’t you think?

This guy is one of the worst degenrate poker players of all time and a complete douche bag as well. Why anyone would still use the words ‘poker pro’ with his name is laughable. He is as much of a poker pro as Guy Laliberte was, but at least he knew what he was an admitted playing those stakes for pure fun. If Gus is a ‘poker pro’, then I am a professional golfer with my 3 handicap down at the local golf club, lol.

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Poker Players Alliance Asks Those Waiting For Full Tilt Money To Fill Out Survey

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U.S. Full Tilt Players Should Expect To Wait At Least Another Year For Funds

American players who are collectively owed millions of dollars from the Full Tilt Poker fiasco should expect to wait at least another year for their dollars.

The Garden City Group, a claims adjuster hired by the Department of Justice to distribute $ 184 million owed to players, hasn’t been able to move past the first step of parsing a massive amount of player data information.

According to an unnamed supervisor at GCG, the process will “most likely” take longer than a year, probably longer. In some instances, it’s taken GCG more than two years to process claims.

“There are no dates set in stone as of yet,” he said. “We haven’t even begun the claims process.”

The massive amount of Full Tilt player data is the largest obstacle currently delaying former Full Tilt Poker players from receiving money owed. Non-American players were paid last November through PokerStars, which bought Full Tilt Poker’s assets from the Government when it settled with the DOJ for $ 731 million last year.

It’s estimated that about 1.3 million players have money caught in this net.

To further complicate things, GCG has to work with two Federal agencies – the Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section of the DOJ and the Asset Forfeiture Unit of the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York.

The great unknown, in a case of great unknowns, is just how much money the players who take part in the claims process will receive.

Once all the player account information is processed and the players are accounted for, the GCG will create a formula called “estimated recovery.” This calculation will determine just how much money each U.S. player will receive. Players outside of the U.S. received 100 percent of their currency from PokerStars.

But GCG doesn’t have any information as to how this will be determined. This matters greatly to poker players, especially players who are waiting for large amounts. Whether GCG has the ability, or even desire, to distribute the exact amount each individual is owed is a mystery.

American Pro Blair Hinkle Has Over $ 1 Million Stuck On Full Tilt PokerAs far as GCG is concerned, it has to distribute approximately $ 184 million to people listed in the data provided. They simply aren’t at the point in the process when the amounts that should be paid to each player will be determined.

The supervisor said that since they are so early in the process, they haven’t received any kind of direction from the DOJ or the Attorney’s Office about how the recovery estimate should be calculated.

After GCG parses the massive amount of player information, the claims process will actually begin by contacting the players who choose to take part in the repayment process. Players can register at www.fulltiltpokerclaims.com.

After the “estimated recovery” amount is determined, GCG must receive a court order to actually distribute the money. Only once GCG receives this order will the money be distributed. How long that will take is anyone’s guess.

The supervisor had no idea when GCG will begin contacting players and was reluctant to give any hardline estimates as to when the first step of compiling player information will be complete. GCG was named the distributor in March.

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Card Player TV Talks To Poker Players Alliance About Full Tilt Poker Remissions Process

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Poker Player’s Alliance Executive Director John Pappas Discusses Repayment of American Full Tilt Poker Customers

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