I's high time to compile the online high stakes results of 2013 as the first quarter is in the books. According to highstakesdb, the biggest winner to date is Alexander "PostflopAction" Kostritsyn. The Russian pro has played 724 sessions (53,623 hands) and generated a profit of a whopping $3,732,237.
Everyone's favourite Swede Viktor "Isildur1" Blom has played almost double the amount of hands than "PostflopAction" and he's currently the second biggest winner with $3,195,345. Blom has been in the lead several times but failed to remain there for long due to swingy sessions on daily basis. "FinddaGrind", the current nickname of Patrik Antonius, is ranked 3rd with $2,030,772 in winnings after less than 19,000 hands played. Antonius is up more than $11 million at Full Tilt Poker!
The biggest loser so far this year is no one else than Gus Hansen. The Danish Full Tilt Pro has had a few good sessions at the nosebleed tables in the past few weeks or so, but it doesn't change the fact that he's still down $2,596,918 after 53,949 hands. In total, Hansen has lost around 9 million dollars since highstakesb started tracking online cash games. Ben "Sauce1234" Sulsky and Phil "Polarizing" Ivey are ranked 2nd and 3rd on the not-so-glorious list of 2013's (so far) 10 biggest losers online.
Below you can see the top 10 winners and losers of 2013 (January - April 2).