Poker Prodigy "Urindanger" Now Up $6 Million At Full Tilt

High stakes online pro “Urindanger” is now up almost $6 million since joining Full Tilt in early 2007. What makes the US pros’s results all the more impressive is the fact that he has won consistently over that period of time and has yet to experience a losing year.
The player, whose real name is Di Dang, richly deserves his screen name “urindanger” as any player who has sat at the same table as him at either a heads-up or six-handed cash game would testify too.
Currently up $5,960,757 at Full Tilt, around $4 million of his winnings are accounted for from No Limit Hold’em games with another $2.5 million derived from PLO.
In fact, such is the success of “Urindanger” at No Limit Hold’em that he was forced to take up playing Pot Limit Omaha as the pool of players willing to cross swords with him at No Limit Hold’em steadily began to dry up.
All told, the cash game specialist turned a profit of $1,281,329 in 2007, $3,673,051 in 2008, $45,595 in 2009, and is currently up an impressive $960,782 so far in 2010.
Another intriguing fact about Di “Urindanger” Dang is that he has managed to maintain a certain mystique and anonymity about himself over the years, mostly due to the fact he tends to shun the limelight and rarely participates in the tournament circuit .
He does, however, seem to have an interest in the WSOP and appeared in a humorous televised clip from the 2007 Main Event where Daniel Negreanu, oblivious to his young opponent’s identity, proceeded to lecture him on poker strategy following a pot they had played together.
To date the only evidence of him cashing at a live tournament would seem to be a 23rd place finish at the 2010 WSOP Pot Limit Omaha $5k Event for $15,566.
Just as Di Dang’s face remains largely anonymous to many in the poker community, so is his alter ego “Urindanger” famous in equal measures online, regularly mixing it up against such players as Phil Ivey, Tom “durrrr” Dwan, Phil “OMGClayAiken” Galfond, and Gus Hansen.
As “Urindanger” continues to make online headlines almost every other day, there is no doubt that he and his brother Hac “trex313” Dang, also up $5,765,094 at Full Tilt, will undoubtedly remain a force to reckon with in the online arena for quite some time to come.

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