January 20th, 2013 3:33 pm EST
Antonius Up $141k on Full Tilt Poker in January
Former "Team Full Tilt" member Patrik Antonius returned to Full Tilt Poker earlier this week, marking the first time that Antonius has made an appearance on the site since Full Tilt Poker (temporarily) shut its doors in June of 2011.
Patrik Antonius is yet another high stakes regular who has now returned to Full Tilt Poker. Gus Hansen, Viktor "Isildur1" Blom and Tom "durrrr" Dwan have returned to the site as sponsored players, while Phil Ivey (playing under the alias "Polarizing") and Patrik Antonius have returned as regular players looking for action.
Patrik Antonius returning to Full Tilt Poker is not a surprise, despite the fact that he no longer has a business relationship with the site. After all, Antonius is up nearly $12 million lifetime on Full Tilt Poker, so it's understandable that he would feel a bit nostalgic and want to return to the site where he made so much money. In fact, Antonius likely made much more money on Full Tilt Poker over the course of his career, as he reportedly used multiple aliases on the site before agreeing to become a member of "Team Full Tilt" in June of 2008.
According to HighStakesDB.com, Patrik Antonius is up $140,621 over 4,120 tracked hands since returning to Full Tilt Poker earlier this week.
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