2 Months, $2 Million Now Up $198,600 Over 2 Weeks

The Tilt Room was introduced early on to viewers in Week 2 after Stern, the only member of the team posting a loss in the first week, continued to slide and dropped a further $10,000 by Day 1 of the second episode.
After proclaiming:  “Lately, I’ve been losing a lot of money and it’s getting a bit frustrating,” Stern made his way to the Tilt Room, which Patel described as “a place you can go to and take out your frustration.”
By Week 2, Day 2, the team was showing a profit of $122,000, despite Stern’s losing sessions and so Stern, in an effort to change his fortunes, imposed a Lockdown Day on himself involving 24 hours of continuous poker. As he explained: “In poker, the more you play, the better your chances of winning assuming you’re a winning player. When you play tens of thousands of hands, the luck factor slowly dissipates.” 
Six hours later Stern was down $16,000 and by hour twelve down $30,000 by which time he hit the bottle to drown some of his frustrations. Stern’s downswing hadn’t escaped the attention of his team mates and Roberts said: “Dani’s young. When I was his age, losing was very tough. Hopefully, he’ll man up.”
The guys then promptly decided to hire a women harpist to soothe his woes. The move seemed to have a double impact as Stern started winning just as Patel hit a downswing and asked the harpist to “turn it down.”
Patel and Stern, as the two low earners this episode, found themselves in a contest with each other trying to avoid being the one to carry out this week’s penalty stunt. The housemates met on Full Tilt Poker for a best of five heads up match which saw Stern off to a two game start but Patel managed to even the score and a final game push by Stern with A 3 was called by Patel’s 6 6 and so Stern found himself having to carry out a penalty stunt for the second week in a row.
Stern’s Penalty Stunt involved dressing up as a fairy godmother and playing the harp along the Las Vegas Strip to an accompagnement of “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star,”  until he had earned $20 from passers by. After last week, Stern’s ability to cross dress has come on leaps and bounds and he was told by a woman passer by “You look better in a dress than I do.”
At the end of Week 2 Rosenkrantz was up $147,000, Roberts was up $46,000, Patel had lost $11,500 and Stern had lost $18,600 for a week 2 profit of $162,900  and a $198,600 total profit overall.

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