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Ben Sulsky wins $110,774 at PokerStars Online 8-Game tables

Tags: Ben Sulsky, high stakes, PokerStars
Posted on 10 January 2018 by "T".
Saturday, January 6, 2018, was Ben "Sauce123" Sulsky's lucky day, as he was crowned the first prize winner at the PokerStars high stakes tables. He won a total of $110,744 at PokerStars $1k/$2k 8-Game tables, playing heads-up against Russian poker pro Timofey "Trueteller" Kuznetsov. It was a Saturday late afternoon, and the two played for 1 hour 18 minutes. It was the 30-year-old Sulsky who was d[...]   Read more » Ben Sulsky wins $110,774 at PokerStars Online 8-Game tables

  10-Jan-18, 11:47   #1
Ben Sulsky wins $110,774 at PokerStars Online 8-Game tables 0 
Joined: Mar '10
Location: Russian Federation
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 639
Wow, Sauce123 was very lucky to win $110,744 with only one session and only 230 hands. It means that his average win per hand is about 482 dollars. I think every poker player would like to have such a terrific ROI. There's no wonder that lots of people want to learn from this man, and take his coach sessions. Congratulations.

  10-Jan-18, 13:51   #2

Joined: Sep '15
Location: Netherlands
Age: 38 (F)
Posts: 939
hehe this is kind of crazy. but hey guys what I really don't understand is that how run it twice works. I also saw this one time with omaha and I was like what??? what is that? how do you do that and how does it work? same for omaha hilo. but there is always more stuff to learn. about the topic, what a great sum of money, like it is nothing.

  10-Jan-18, 15:23   #3

Joined: Mar '14
Location: Japan
Age: 46 (M)
Posts: 8983
Big congratulations to Ben Sulsky on winning over US$100,000 in high stakes cash games at PokerStars. I have played stakes up to $10/$20 blinds, but I don't think I will ever get to play $1,000/$2,000 blinds game in my life. That's just too much...

  10-Jan-18, 18:15   #4

Joined: Apr '08
Location: Mauritius
Age: 55 (M)
Posts: 4111
I think nobody who visited this site will ever play at those stakes, well asfor Ben he had a good session and next time probably not a good one and so on, that's poker upswing and downswing. It's been a long time since I was high stakes poker, I heard about a new season of high stakes poker at the PAD show and I think I will have some of my time spending on it...

  10-Jan-18, 18:42   #5
Joined: Jan '14
Location: Romania
Age: 40 (M)
Posts: 5808
taking into account the amounts of money with which they participate in cash games is something absolutely normal. We participate with $ 2 cash and we can win 20 dollars after few hours. They come with 5k dollars or 10 k and can win 50 k or 100 k. For us this amount is very high. It's easier for them to win because they're professional.

  11-Jan-18, 08:10   #6
Joined: Mar '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 51 (M)
Posts: 7371
I can only imagine what it would be like to win this sort of money. He won this money in just one session which is mind boggling and he really is becoming a top top player

  14-Jan-18, 09:46   #7

Joined: May '08
Location: Lithuania
Age: 35 (M)
Posts: 10090
yeah well this was quite a session, 100k in an hour really makes for a great paying job. darn if I had a bankroll just a tiny bit bigger than $2 I might consider attacking those high stakes dudes and scooping a couple of monster pots myself

  23-Apr-18, 14:57   #8
Joined: Jul '10
Location: Brazil
Age: 39 (M)
Posts: 464
what to say about it these guys are sacred monsters of world poker winning and losing immense fortunes in a single hand depoker that yes that is the dream of a pro player with a lot of fortune to burn

  11-May-18, 22:05   #9
Joined: Jul '10
Location: Brazil
Age: 39 (M)
Posts: 464
making money and a very complicated task seems more easy when you talk about high values what you can not see and how much you earn too much you lose a lot and that's it in the end what counts and the roi if it is + and good if it is - and a bad end point

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