Poker Pro Cole South Already Up $3 Million In 2010

Poker Pro Cole South Already Up $3 Million In 2010 Since the start of 2010, online poker pro Cole South has been having an exceptional time at Full Tilt Poker’s high stakes cash tables, even by his own high standards, and has already notched up over $3 million in poker winnings.
Unsurprisingly, Cole South is online poker’s biggest winner of the year so far and has been dominating the heads-up and short-handed cash games against some of the biggest names in the business.
The young American internet pro is a member of Team Full Tilt and an instructor at poker education site, where his videos are often acknowledged as the best on the site. Taylor Caby heaped deserved praise on his fellow Card Runner colleague when he said: “Cole is almost certainly the best (NLHE) poker player at CR, i can say that pretty confidently. he’s also one of the best (if not the best) at articulating his thoughts.”
South’s poker career only got started in 2005 when he hit the low stakes ring games, but soon after his hyper-aggressive and creative style of play payed off handsomely as he earned a reputation for being a dangerous and fearless player.
He is now believed to have built up a bankroll in excess of $5 million and can be seen playing regularly on Full Tilt Poker’s highest stake cash games. He also enjoys playing at lower stake levels, too, where he generally dominates the opponents and earns himself a higher ROI.
The fashion trends in the game have seen Cole South devoting a lot more time to playing Pot-Limit Omaha cash games with his latest session, at stakes up to $300/$600, earning him an impressive $558,000 over 3,814 hands.
Brian Hastings, who now famously took $4.2 million off Isildur1 in 2009, said of Cole South, ” He’s just unbelievably good. He is hard to play against, hard to put on a hand, and good at reading yours. Cole being a friend also adds just another reason why I don’t like playing against him.”

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