"Jungleman12", "w00ki3z." Accounts Combined For More Than $3.4 Million

Published on January 2nd, 2015 3:24 am EST

The King presents the biggest online cash winner of year 2014According to HighStakesDB.com (link below), the biggest online cash game winner of 2014 was none other than Daniel "Jungleman12" Cates, who made an estimated $3.4 million plus over his time on Full Tilt Poker and Pokerstars.

The "Jungleman12" account was the biggest winner of 2014, racking up an impressive $2.8 million in profits over 90,052 tracked hands on Full Tilt Poker. Cates' account on Pokerstars, "w00ki3z.", made an additional $631,288, bringing Cates' cumulative profit on the two sites in 2014 up to over $3.4 million.


"Punting-peddler" also had a fantastic year on Full Tilt Poker, bringing in an estimated $2.572 million over a total of 59,239 tracked hands.

Three other players managed to bring in over a million dollars in profit on Full Tilt Poker in 2014 - they were:

Patrik "FinddaGrind" Antonius, $1,683,538
Isaac "luvtheWNBA" Haxton, $1,541,060
"WCGRider", $1,077,969

Other notable accounts that posted strong years in 2014 included:

Niki Jedlicka, $617,905
"Kanu7", $380,712
"SamRostan", $364,693


Three of the biggest names in poker led the way when it came to online cash game losses in 2014.

At the top of the list? Gus Hansen, who lost an estimated $5.864 million over a total of 200,904 tracked hands. Hansen, who parted ways in Full Tilt Poker in 2014, recently returned to the site following a long absence.

Phil Ivey, who is still the biggest winner in the history of Full Tilt Poker, lost an estimated $2.37 million under his "Polarizing" account last year. 2014 was an eventful year for Ivey as he is currently involved in multiple lawsuits regarding his use of "edge sorting" in casinos.

Next up on the list? Viktor "Isildur1" Blom, who lost roughly $1.69 million on Full Tilt Poker in 2014. Blom, like Hansen, also parted ways with Full Tilt Poker in 2014.

Phil "OMGClayAiken" Galfond also turned in an off year in 2014, dropping over a million dollars over a total of 55,932 tracked hands.


Source: HighStakesDB.com


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