It seems like Patrik Antonius has no chance against Tom Dwan in the durrrr challenge lately. I'm saying this because Tom Dwan has dominated every single session they have played in the past few months. The last session was no different. It only took Tom Dwan 9 minutes/61 hands and he had taken $230,710 from his finnish opponent. Tom Dwan has now won almost $2 million dollars from Antonius in the d[...] Read more » durrrr challenge: Dwan won big in no-time!
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 41 (M)
This challenge has had lots of ups and downs from both players, so its a little bit early to say who is going to win. Six months ago we could read here that durrrr was loosing almost one million to Patrick, and now its the oposite. 17,000 hands its a lot,and anything can happen. There's no doubt this is one the biggest events of the last times.
Joined: May '09
Age: 34 (M)
i think patrick shouldnt play against durrrr this time. patrick is on a losing streak and durrrr on a winning , he should wait till hes started winning again and regained his composure. now he just doesnt seem to be able to win
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 37 (M)
acpxt 3/16/2010 5:31:59 PM GMT Almost done. And what conclusion can you get from this? Only one: 50k hands isn't yet long term, and it can benefit large a huge spewy maniac luckbox like that annoying creature.
Joined: Apr '08
Age: 42 (M)
This challenge has been in an upswing for durrrr for a while now...I don think (in fact, I haven't thought for a long while now) that Antonius can bring himself back to his feet in the hands that remain to be played...I think this is already decided
Joined: Nov '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 44 (M)
230,710 in like 61 hands....omg what was Patrik thinking? Maybe his 3 year old child was playing a few hands for him..lol thats a lot to loose after just afew hands, i for one can not comprehend what its like to loose that much cash in such a short time. if i ever loose that much in my life time i'll be gutted. But these guy's are kissing that sort of cash off and just not blinking. They are at the level where it dony matter. But there is where we all aspire to play i guess. so heres to them and the challenge even if Durr will win hands down. Patrik has to go ballls out now to catch up.