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URnotINdanger2's identity revealed

Tags: high stakes, identity, real name, scott palmer, URnotINdanger2.
Posted on 10 August 2010 by "T".

URnotINdanger2 is a well-known figure at Full Tilt's nosebleed tables. He has played for huge amounts of money against Tom "durrrr" Dwan, Isildur1 and many other superstars in the online poker world. Even though URnotINdanger2 has been around for quite some time now, he has never revealed his real identity (just like Isildur1 & Martonas). Well, a few days ago URnotINdanger2's identity was finally revealed by a poker magazine. 

The real name of the man hiding behind the nickname URnotINdanger2 (got the idea for his nickname from Di "Urindanger" Dang - a high stakes legend at Full Tilt) is Scott Palmer and he's from Maryland, USA. He started playing poker at the age of 15 and used to play $10/$20 twenty-person tournaments with friends from his soccer team. Later on, he started playing live $1/$2 cash games 2-4 times a week until he was 18 years old. First time Scott Palmer played online was when he got $90 from a friend. He moved up from $0.25/0.50 to $2/$4 and about a year and a half later, he played $100/$200. Today, Scotty Palmer, 20, is playing at the high stakes tables almost ever single day. He's favorite game is Pot Limit Omaha and it's from this game that he has won the most money.

 


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17 comments on "URnotINdanger2''s identity revealed"


 Supererou10/08/2010 10:45:49 GMT
I always thought that URnotINdanger2 was the same person with URinDanger.
Congratulations!Only 20 years old and he's making history in online poker.Another one from the USA, I don't know why but it seems all the good poker players especially online are from the USA..
 dozn0110/08/2010 11:04:55 GMT
full tilt poker might sponcer him now hes gone public about his identity,
plus hes only 20 plenty of years to improve his game and make a bigger name for him self Smile
 Mast3rKush10/08/2010 17:08:02 GMT
Posted by dozn01:
full tilt poker might sponcer him now hes gone public about his identity,
plus hes only 20 plenty of years to improve his game and make a bigger name for him self Smile


I think with the amount of money he's made playing online, he could probably sponser the whole continent of Africa outta poverty Big Smile
 stojaca10/08/2010 18:57:32 GMT
Posted by Supererou:
I don't know why but it seems all the good poker players especially online are from the USA..



There is no good or bad players, because online poker is rigged. Blink

If you wanna see good poker players, it can be seen only in live games, when they are seating at the tables, face to face.
 Supererou10/08/2010 19:07:30 GMT
I have that opinion too man.
I think online poker is rigged.
Maybe I'll open a thread about this.
 That10/08/2010 20:22:23 GMT
rigged in what way ??? i think as soon as you sign up to a card room, they auto mark you up with some kind of number in the system, and if you are fortunate enough you get a winning number, but these are probable like 1 in every 100 sign upsthere will be a winner, and the numbers vary.... if you know what i mean.

how is it some winning poker players are able to beat one site but on another keep losing ? playing there same style? no its not the competition , its the number you have been allocated.

i dont know, but theres certainatly more than catches the eye !!
 oliver08229810/08/2010 22:41:27 GMT
dont know the guy, is he as huge a name as isildur?
 Myeng11/08/2010 00:15:15 GMT
Lol rigged, always the same suckers who say it's rigged.
Maybe that you can win live sometimes, because you play less hands and are able to maintain a certain level.
Also online a lot of experienced players to be found, if you go to a casino, a 2/4$ game is maybe equal to 0.20/0.50$ online, or even less.

Ontopic: Saw the guy a few times in action on FT, good player Smile
 mazas11/08/2010 08:44:48 GMT
good now we all know who is that player who fight with the poker stars and try to beat them
good luck for him
we still wait who is over two martonas and ilsidur
 jessthehuman11/08/2010 12:47:14 GMT
I don't like the look of him.. I think I preferred him before the picture..
 arsenej111/08/2010 23:27:26 GMT
this guys definitly doin something right...playing those stakes at 20 is a def achievement
 gustn11/08/2010 23:46:12 GMT
Hmm first guy i ever hear about that had BRM first time he played internet poker Tongue
 schmoyster13/08/2010 10:19:47 GMT
Posted by That:
rigged in what way ??? i think as soon as you sign up to a card room, they auto mark you up with some kind of number in the system, and if you are fortunate enough you get a winning number, but these are probable like 1 in every 100 sign upsthere will be a winner, and the numbers vary.... if you know what i mean.

how is it some winning poker players are able to beat one site but on another keep losing ? playing there same style? no its not the competition , its the number you have been allocated.

i dont know, but theres certainatly more than catches the eye !!

If this is all true, then I was allocated the number of the beast on Poker Stars.... Evil
 thaMajors13/08/2010 13:14:02 GMT
LOOL @ the "That" comment, just wow.
 Assad9116/08/2010 07:21:48 GMT
hahahah, omg some people who comments here are just.. yea. obv if your a winning player, but loose at one site, that's what people with something between their ears call variance. obv not everyone got the thing between their ears to understand that Smile
 edr_00730/08/2010 17:59:51 GMT
my same age and he is making lots of money from poker, damn he is very good i didnt know he was so young. good luck scott
 AbuDhabi30/08/2010 18:33:29 GMT
I am 23 and I am already old to be a pro Sad

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