New faces in Full Tilt Poker’s high-stakes games

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Oct 11, 2010 Posted in High Stakes Poker News | No Comments »

In the past month or so there have been a number of new screen-names taking their shot at the best poker players in the world, playing at the nosebleed table on Full Tilt Poker. Seats in the highest stakes games are usually reserved for players with well-known monikers like ‘durrrr’, ‘Ziigmund’, ‘OMGClayAiken’, and the Red Pros who use their real names like Phil Ivey, Gus Hansen, and David Oppenheim.

Recently this has not been the case, and the high-stakes railbirds have been left guessing at the identity of players like ‘Cadillac1944’, ‘WastedPotential’, and ‘DrugsorMe’. Unfortunately for two of these players they just can’t seem to get anything going, but there is one player who has been one of the biggest winners at the nosebleeds since his arrival:

·    DrugsorMe is up over $1.118 million since his arrival at the big-game according to

·    WastedPotential is down over $400k in his short stint at the nosebleeds according to, including a recent $300k loss to Patrik Antonius at the PLO tables.

·    Cadillac1944 is down over $750k in the 9,100 hands has tracked him. Cadillac1944 also received the ultimate sign of disrespect when a PLO table he sat down at quickly filled-up with top pros –something that almost never happens unless there is a fish present.

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