Jungleman12 and URnotINdanger2 are the nicknames of two of the most successful and active poker players at Full Tilt Poker at the moment. Even though they have been in the spotlight for almost a year now, they have decided not to reveal their real names. There have been many people who have tried to figure it out though, but nothing has ever been confirmed - until now!
Thanks to some investigations done by people working for one of the poker world's leading magazines, we can now tell you who they are...
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.
After a very action filled and interesting weekend at the high stakes tables many players took a well needed break on Monday. But we only had to wait until Tuesday before the games were on again. Most interesting player to follow that day was Tom "durrrr" Dwan who played lots of hands and was involved in many big pots. After about 6,200 played hands, he had won nothing less that $720,000 from Patrik Antonius, UrnotINdanger2 and other notables. Durrrr has been playing extremely well in the past few days, but he also been very lucky in many big pots.
Isildur1 has been playing frequently at Full Tilt poker in the last few weeks. However, it's not the sick swings that we used to see back in 2009, even though he still plays for high stakes. Anyhow, yesterday Isildur1 played Omaha and No Limit Hold'em heads up's against URnotINdanger2, mickeyG16, Hal0zination and Theo "THEDONKEYNO1" Jorgensen.
Isildur1 was losing around $50k to URnotINdanger2 but managed to win back the money he lost from some of the other players mentioned above. He was winning the most money from Theo Jorgensen - around $27,000. After that Isildur1 decided to call it a day, he had won only $4,000. Not a lot of money for someone who used to gamble for millions every day, but still better than nothing.
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