Multi-Table Pro "Azntracker" Plays 14k SNGs In Two Months For New Poker Record

Andrew “azntracker” Li has set a new PokerStars speed record after managing to complete “Supernova Elite” status on the site within a mere two months.
For those not quite familiar with the term  “Supernova Elite,” it refers to the top level of PokerStars’ VIP Club which is attained after a player accumulates one million VIP Player Points over the period of one year. Achieving the status is worth over $114,000 in cash bonuses and promotions to the player making the grade.
On February 28th, Andrew “azntracker” Li reached “Supernova Elite” smashing George “Jorj95” Lind’s record set in 2008 by at least three weeks. After reaching his one million VIP Player Points target, Li commented:
“I am tremendously happy that I was able to accomplish this…I will most definitely relish many things I took for granted in the past. I will relish not having to play every single game that goes off. I will relish not having to play as soon as I wake up pretty much and not ending until after normal peoples’ dinner times.”
On his way to setting the new record, Andrew “azntracker” Li was active online for 50 out of 59 straight days in which he played 14,000 SNGs or an average of 280 each day.
During that time Andrew Li’s results show that he had an average ROI of 0% and as he explains:
“I will relish not having to constantly maintain 25+ tables, and sometimes accidentally creeping into the 40s. The most tables I was in during my session one time was something like 47, which is simply way too much for me to handle.”
Other interesting statistics on his way to “Supernova Elite” were that he experienced $10 to $15k upswings and downswings almost every session, and on occasions “lost 80-90% of games for hundreds of games.”
However, it is all part of the course while going for the record and Andrew “azntracker” Li’s lifetime results tell a different story. Li is currently up $240,809 at PokerStars after playing  83,387 SNGs with an average buy-in of $177.

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