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The durrrr challenge is back

Tags: durrrr challenge, full tilt poker, patrik antonius, tom dwan.
Posted on 26 August 2009 by "T".

After a long break due to WSOP and other things, "durrrr" and Patrik Antonius once again played a session of 795 hands as a part of the durrrr challenge. Before the session started, Tom "durrrr" Dwan, had a big lead with over $700,000 won from Antonius. But, the long break seems to have been what the Finnish poker star needed to get back in shape. In this session, Patrik Antonius, played a totally different game than before and thanks to that he took home the biggest and most important pots. 

After 795 hands played, Patrik Antonius, stood as the bigger winner of the day with $392,000 dollars won from "durrrr". Tom "durrrr" Dwan, is still in the lead with $334,199 even though he lost so much this time. However, there is a very long way to go as "only" 21,442 hands out of 50,000 hands have been played so far. Anything can happen with other words.


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8 comments on "The durrrr challenge is back"

 shokaku26/08/2009 10:47:06 GMT
Old news.
They played another session, and now Antonius is back in the lead. But only around 75k. Nearly nothing, if one looks at the swings.
 B1gfoot26/08/2009 11:50:35 GMT
Yes Patrik Antonius was kicking ASSSSSSS..
Whos Durrrr???
 Calmplay26/08/2009 12:47:15 GMT
PA had the cards but TD was really playing bad (probably was on tilt Agree) yep I watched a little big the last session they played...
 Davoodoo26/08/2009 13:04:55 GMT
 Fakiry27/08/2009 12:12:17 GMT
Almost half the hands played and durrr is in the lead. Patrik Antonius' supporters must be a bit afraid of this results. Everything can happen, but being at 1st position in the middle of the game is a great confort to durrr, for sure.
 SuperNoob27/08/2009 14:25:08 GMT
still there is a long way to go with so many hands left and anything can happen when durrrr is playing. any1 of them can turnout to be final winner
 cassius_gda27/08/2009 20:16:32 GMT
PA will definately win it, he is far better player than durrr
 arsenej127/08/2009 21:27:55 GMT
kinda confused?...they have to play 50 000 hands...what happends if they go allin in one hand and one person takes the money? they buy back in?

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