"1Il|1Il|1il|" Hits $2 Million Profit At PokerStars

"1Il|1Il|1il|" Hits $2 Million Profit At PokerStarsThe poker community may not know the true identity of “1Il|1Il|1il|” but the mystery online player has certainly created quite a stir as his profits approach the $2 million mark at PokerStars.
Alternatively known as “Barcode”, the PLO pro first appeared on the scene back in October 2011 and proceeded to drop $183K playing $25/50 PLO and above, before staging an astonishing comeback in December to close out 2011 up by $1,160,769.
This year started even more worryingly for the online player located in Canada, and by April he had shed $766k of his bankroll before taking a full 6 month break from the site. Returning in late September, “1Il|1Il|1il|” has been on a red-hot streak ever since, whilst mixing it up with some of the top pros including Viktor “Isildur1” Blom, Jens “Jeans89” Kyllonen and Ben “Sauce123” Sulsky. The mystery player’s profits received a further boost on October 11th when he recorded a massive $557k winning session at the $200/400, $100/$200 and $500/$1000 PLO tables and in October he is currently way out in front as the month’s biggest winner with $1.2 million in profit, and $784k up for 2012 as a whole. Now
With his profits now hitting $1,932,727 since late 2011, there has obviously been much speculation as to the identity of “1Il|1Il|1il|” with possible suggestions including Di “trex313” Dang, poker rampaging sensation XBLINK or even Tom Dwan. Nevertheless, until confirmation is made as to Barcode’s identity, the poker community will continue to hazard all kinds of guesses, with a PokerListings tweet even humorously suggesting “It’s gotta be Eskimo Clark.”
Catching up with news of the other online cash pros at PokerStars, the biggest winner of 2012 so far is Sauce123 up $2,935,439 since the beginning of the year, followed by Ben86 ($2,579,211), MrSweets28 ($2,378,408), Jeans89 ($2,350,841) and EireAbu ($2,181,414).
On the other side of the coin, leading the biggest losers is Zypherin stuck -$3,160,896, followed by Isildur1 (-$2,502,299), patpatman (-$2,413,728), Ilari FIN (-$1,356,550) and broksi (-$1,085,191).

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