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  1. Dan "jungleman12" Cates (pictured) has been crushing the 2-7 Triple Draw tables online lately, having racked up more than $1.5 million in profits during the last two weeks, according to HighStakesDB. His latest domination came on Monday night on Full Tilt Pokeragainst some of the best players in the business. During a one-hour stretch in the wee hours of the morning, Cates booked a $161,000 win in a heads-up match against Alexander "PostFlopAction" Kostritsyn. A bit later, after 4:00am, the two were back at it, with Cates winning another $42,000 from his opponent. Jungleman didn't take a break in between those two sessions, though, instead getting into a 2-7 Triple Draw game against several beasts of online poker: Viktor "Isildur1" Blom, Gus Hansen, Phil "OMGClayAiken" Galfond, "samrostan", and Kostritsyn. Heads-up or short-handed, it didn't matter; Cates won $125,000 in that game. All told, Cates won $387,800 on Monday, doubling the total of the day's next biggest winner, Germany's Sven Niklas "ragen70" Heinecker. Cates has had one heck of a 2014 so far. He started out making almost $200,000 in the first week of the new year and, by the end of January had climbed to about $230,000. His profit totals crept up slightly throughout February before dipping back down to around the $220,000-mark at the end of the month. March has been phenomenal, as noted earlier. Looking at data provided by HighStakesDB, we can see that Cates has had just two losing days this month, relatively insignificant ones at that. In the meantime, he has had a couple of phenomenal winning days, including Monday. The other was Saturday, March 8, when he won over $613,000. In March, Cates has won a shade under $1.5 million at the online cash game tables. For the year, he is up about $1.75 million. That slots him as the second most profitable online poker player this year on HighStakesDB, as Ben Bttech86 Tollerene (pictured) is in the top spot right now with 2014 profits of nearly $2 million. Those are the only two players who have exceeded $1 million in earnings. The next player on the list is "WCGRider", who has won $680,000 this year. Then again, "WCGRider" has done that in 6,891 hands, compared to 26,100 for Tollerene and 23,635 for Cates. Stay tuned to PocketFives for the latest online poker news. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  2. About a week ago, PocketFives brought you an article about Dan "jungleman" Cates breaking $10 million in high-stakes winnings at Full Tilt Poker, a major milestone. Over the weekend, Cates (pictured) continued to roll, inching closer to $3 million in winnings on Full Tilt this year, according to HighStakesDB. --- PocketFives' news coverage is brought to you by Betsson Poker, a leading global online gaming provider. Betsson Poker is available on Mobile and offers regular promotions to live events around the world along with great bonuses and competitions. Play nowfor a chance to win the a Dream Holiday with the Grand Poker Adventures throughout 2014! --- As the tracking site published in an article on Sunday, "Cates continued his great 2014 with another big win in yesterday's high-stakes games. Cates brought home $300.7K in the Mixed Games. Most of Cates' profit came before breakfast, as he put in big winning sessions between 1:30am and 7.30am playing against Alexonmoon, PostflopAction, and Gus Hansen. In particular, he fared well at table Bushra, winning over $218.4K. He also made a six-figure sum at table Coventry, winning $117.2K." Cates took down the second largest pot awarded on Saturday, worth $197,800, at a $300/$600 Pot Limit Omaha table. After flopping a set and the nut flush draw, Cates shoved all-in for $61,000, or about two-thirds of the pot, on the river of a board of J-4-K-9-3 with four clubs. Gus Hansen (pictured) called and Cates flashed the nut flush, winning the hand. Cates is up $10.1 million lifetime on the high-stakes tables at Full Tilt, according to HighStakesDB, and has amassed almost $3 million in winnings this year alone. He has not turned in a lifetime loss on Full Tilt since 2010 and is a career winner in every game HighStakesDB tracks sans one (Limit HORSE). Cates was up $300,000 on Saturday alone. In case you're wondering, Hansen has largely trended in the opposite direction as Cates and is down $18.6 million lifetime since HighStakesDB began tracking him. Hansen has bled $3.7 million this year and has not been in the black since the first month of 2014. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  3. According to HighStakesDB, Dan "jungleman" Cates (pictured) has hit $10 million in winnings at the high-stakes tables on Full Tilt Poker. He reached the mark after scooping $677,000 in a marathon session on Saturday. According to the tracking site, Cates played for 26 hours with a scant one-hour break. --- PocketFives' news coverage is brought to you by Betsson Poker, a leading global online gaming provider. Betsson Poker is available on Mobile and offers regular promotions to live events around the world along with great bonuses and competitions. Play nowfor a chance to win the a Dream Holiday with the Grand Poker Adventures throughout 2014! --- HighStakesDB explained, "Cates had an indifferent first few hours, only starting to go into any significant profit after 9.5 hours of play. A four-hour afternoon session, however, put Cates firmly in control, winning over half-a-million dollars. With four six-figure sessions, including two of more than $270,000, jungleman12 eventually finished [Saturday's] sessions with a $677,400 profit. Over the entire session, however, he is up $563,000, as he lost $113,600 in sessions which started after Midnight." More importantly, Cates eclipsed eight-figures in winnings at the high-stakes tables of Full Tilt for his career. In 2014, Cates is up $3 million. HighStakesDB began tracking Cates in 2009 and, over the course of the last five years, the site has logged $9.69 million in winnings for him across all sites that it follows. He is up $5.4 million in No Limit Hold'em games, $1.8 million in Pot Limit Omaha, $1.4 million in Mixed HA, $655,000 in Eight-Game, $373,000 in Draw Games, and $2,700 in Limit Hold'em. The only format Cates has not turned a profit at is HORSE, where he is a $3,000 loser. All told, HighStakesDB has tracked Cates for almost 361,000 hands. He was the second contender for Tom Dwan (pictured) in the so-called Durrrr Challenge, which hasn't seen any action since last year. As it stands, Cates is up $1.5 million in the Durrrr Challenge against Dwan after 20,000 hands. The Challenge has dragged on for four years now, leading Cates to tell PokerListings last December, "durrrr is just being disrespectful at best at this point and I'm not sure what to do about it." Cates' biggest pot played online, according to HighStakesDB, came in 2010 in a $300/$600 Pot Limit Omaha game. That pot, which was played against Patrik Antonius, was worth $375,000. He has played three pots that HighStakesDB has tracked that have passed $300,000. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  4. We're done with 2014, which means it's time to look back on the year that was and dole out a few awards. PokerNewshighlighted the biggest cash game winners of the year and taking home the largest payday at $2.8 million on Full Tiltwas Dan "jungleman12" Cates (pictured). According to the site, Cates put in 669 sessions on Full Tilt in 2014 totaling 90,052 hands and $2.8 million in profit, an average profit per hand of $31.15. He also managed to scoop an additional $631,000 from PokerStars to boost his total earnings in 2014 at the cash game tables to $3.4 million. According to HighStakesDB, Cates is up $10.2 million under his jungleman12screen name on Full Tilt since the site began tracking him in 2009. All told, he has logged 390,000 hands since then despite Full Tilt being shut down for a portion of that time and has turned a profit in every game HighStakesDB has tracked for him. In August, Cates, a former Durrrr Challenge competitor, reached $10 million in winnings at the high-stakes tables at Full Tilt, according to HighStakesDB. Second place on the cash game leaderboard for 2014 went to Mikael "punting-peddler" Thuritz, who bagged $2.5 million on Full Tilt. In 2014, he logged 353 sessions and 59,239 hands for an average profit of $43.43 per hand. Third place went to Patrik Antonius, a familiar face who plays on Full Tilt under the user name FinddaGrind. Last year, Antonius put in 373 sessions on Full Tilt totaling 41,850 hands and a profit of $1.6 million, or $40.23 per hand. Also according to PokerNews, the largest pot of 2014 weighed in at $382,000 and took place at a $200/$400 Heads-Up No Limit Hold'em table between Doug "WCGRider" Polk and Denoking. The money went in pre-flop, with Polk's aces taking on Denoking's kings. Multiple boards were run, but Polk took down all of them and ended the year up a little over $1 million. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed.
  5. A few days ago, Dan Cates (pictured), who is known as junglemanonline, posted the following on Twitter rather nonchalantly: "Sooo Manila didn't go well, only lost about 38m hkd(5m usd)... Gonna play some 5/10 online and take another shot." Yes, not going "well" meant losing $5 million in high-stakes cash games in Manila. --- Tournament Poker Edgeis the only poker training site dedicated exclusively to MTTs and features over 1,000 training videos, blogs, articles, podcasts and a dedicated strategy forum for members. Check Tournament Poker Edge out on Twitter. --- The Tweet had been re-Tweeted 85 times and marked as a Favorite 143 times when we took a look at it on Monday. According to PokerNews, games in Manila were reportedly going as high as $2,500-$5,000-$10,000. A few days prior to the news, Cates Tweeted that 2015 was not going so well for many players: "Pretty dark year for everyone I know in poker... Who is winning out there lol besides Rast and Robl?" According to HighStakesDB, Cates played online on August 13, the same day he posted his Tweet, and dropped about $1 million. Since HighStakesDB began tracking Cates on PokerStarsunder the name w00ki3zin 2010, he is up about three-quarters of a million dollars. On Full Tilt, where he plays as jungleman12, he is up almost $10.3 million lifetime. When asked by one poster whether he had "partners" to help finance him in Manila, Cates responded, "Probably." Other well-known players who have been spotted in Manila recently include Phil Ivey (pictured) and Tom Dwan. On Monday, one player wrote on 2+2 that he had spotted Cates over the weekend in a live game: "Saw w00ki3z… playing high-stakes games as usual in the Kings Rozvadov this weekend. He was laughing all day and doing this left/right freak look with his eyes as usual. He's just fine, playing 100/200 live mixed games, 10k high-roller donkaments, and all this stuff." Back in 2013, Dwan, who has also been part of the high-stakes action in Manila recently, was rumored to have lost $4 million in a live game in Macau. He posted while in transit from Macau, "In Taiwan for the 1st time ever... Not leaving the airport tho. Maybe next trip. Had my biggest loss ever yesterday." He didn't give the exact amount of the loss at the time, but sources at the game said the damage was $4 million. Also in Asia, Dwan, Ivey, and others have been high-rolling in a game called Six Plus Hold'em in which the deuces, threes, fours, and fives are removed from the deck. As Dwan put it, "In Six Plus, everybody needs to be gambling more and thinking more. [You] can't just be lazy and wait for a good hand. It's just fun. Everyone is in a lot of pots and there's a lot of money in them." Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
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