Skjervoy wins $845,000 in one session

Andreas TorbergsenLast night was an action-packed night at the high-stakes cash tables on Full Tilt Poker as Cardrunners instructor skjervoy dominated the action to finish with a profit of $845,000.

All week skjervoy has been battling against cadillac1944 in heads-up PLO games but last night both players took it to a different level playing 243 hands at $500/$1,000 stakes with the largest pot being a staggering $407,146 – enough for a lovely house! When all was said and done it was skjervoy who finished the heads-up battle with a profit of just over $600k.

But skjervoy wasn’t finished yet.

He moved on to a Six-Game $300/$600 PLO match against Patrik Antonius, Ilari ‘Ziigmund’ Sahamies, David Benefield and Niki Jedlicka where he managed to win another $228k giving him a $845k winning day, meaning he is now up $1.2 million on Full Tilt this year.

Who is skjervoy on Full Tilt Poker?

Skjervoy’s real name is Andreas Torbergsen and as you can probably guess he is from Norway. It was his father who introduced him to poker and as a 19-year old he participated in a regular weekly game with friends. In 2005 Andreas began taking the game serious and built a bankroll after playing small stakes Pot-Limit Omaha games in Las Vegas. By 2006 he was playing the $2,000 PLO games on PartyPoker which were notorious for how easy they were to beat. Andreas went on to build his bankroll and move to higher stakes, now playing in the highest stake games available online against the best poker players in the world and he is also one of the top instructors at Cardrunners which is the best poker training site available.

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