Tom “durrrr” Dwan $4 Million In Profit For 2010

Tom “durrrr” Dwan $4 Million In Profit For 2010  Tom “durrrr” Dwan’s amazing upswing continues in dramatic style at Full Tilt Poker and puts his profits for 2010 at nearly $4 million so far.
According to, Tom Dwan earned $312k on Full Tilt in 2007 and $5.41 million in 2008. In 2009, however, Dwan hit a massive downswing right from the start and by the end of November, 2009 he was stuck nearly $7 million for the year.
December 2009, however, marked the beginning of Dwan’s upswing, with the young internet pro regaining heavy losses to reduce his deficit for 2009 to $4.5 million. Dwan’s upswing has gained momentum ever since such that between Dec 1st 2009 and April 1st 2010, he has managed to amass a massive $6.5 million profit.
Last month proved a particularly lucrative one for Dwan, as he was able to win $3.27 million over a total of 64,225 tracked hands, with major contributions to his profits coming from playing 7-Game and heads-up No-Limit Hold’em sessions.
The upswings and downswings which are regularly experienced by poker players is taken as part and parcel of the game. One player experiencing a major downswing right now is Cole South, who by the end of February was one of the year’s biggest winners with $3.5 million profits. Cole has since lost almost $2.6 million over 25,442 hands to bring his 2010 profit down to around $900,000.
Other players on the downside of the poker roller-coaster in March, include Gus Hansen down $1.6 million and  Patrik Antonius who lost $1 million in March to go $3 million down for the year. Brian Townsend also lost $663,000 for the month and currently sits on a $2.36 million loss for the year.
It is interesting to note that Daniel Negreanu has recently turned his attention to online cash games up to $100/$200 NLHE, and despite being relatively inexperienced in the format has managed to earn $205,000 in profit at his native site PokerStars since mid-February.

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