Jungleman12 Leads Full Tilt 2010 Leaderboad With $3.7 Million In Profits

Jungleman12 has finally reached the top of Full Tilt’s leaderboard and is currently showing a huge profit of $3,765,669 for 2010 so far.
Jungleman12 had been lying in third place for a while, just behind Tom Dwan and Phil Ivey but has propelled himself into the top spot after the aforementioned pros suffered losing weeks while he continued to rack up the wins.
Jungleman12 was up $140,851 last week, helped along not least by Isildur1, who contributed $97,000 of that amount over 2,123 hands. Also assisting his rise up the leader board is Dwan, whose ongoing durrrr challenge has contributed almost $690k to Jungleman12’s profits since the challenge started at the end of August.
Dwan has also added further to Jungleman12’s cause having suffered a pretty horrendous week at the high stakes cash tables where he dropped $1,092,096 at Full Tilt’s virtual felts.
Dwan played around 3,000 hands of 8-game, PLO and NLHE last week. The major beneficiaries of his downswing were online player cadillac1944, who walked away $459,860 better off for the experience, and Gus Hansen who collected $109k playing $300/$600 heads-up PLO with Dwan.
Consequently, Dwan who in April was $6.6 million up for the year has now slipped down to third spot just below Phil Ivey. Ivey is currently showing a profit of $3,094,548 for 2010 after losing -$344k during the week.
The player who actually ended at the top of last week’s winners was Andreas “Skjervoy” Torbergsen, who had an incredible week and profited to the tune of $1,523,146 in contrast to the $300k he had picked up during the year up until then.
On the other side of the coin, Brian Townsend continues to be Full Tilt’s biggest loser for the year after dropping $-435.920 last week to go in the red by a massive $-2.534.059. while Gus Hansen is close by in second with $-1.949.581 in losses throughout 2010.

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