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  1. [caption width="640"] Dani 'supernova9' Stern topped the high-stakes cash game leaderboard in March (photo credit Danny Maxwell/PokerNews)[/caption] It was no April fool's joke. Dani 'supernova9' Stern topped the high-stakes cash game leaderboard for March, according to HighStakesDB and beat out all other competitors by almost $100,000. Stern raked in $352,017 in profit last month over the course of 131 sessions and 10,203 hands. On average, Stern profited $2,687 per session played and just over $34 per hand. Not a bad way to spend 31 days. Stern began the month of March a half-million dollars in the red, so the upswing could not have come at a better time. He was down the most money since the tracking site began following him and responded by ending the month still down $130,000, but in much better shape than he was 31 days ago. Stern made mincemeat of the Pot Limit Omaha tables on PokerStars on March 17, carving up his competition to the tune of $238,000. Every dime of that came courtesy of Timofey 'Trueteller' Kuznetsov. The following day, Stern took another $67,000 off Kuznetsov, seemingly ensuring that he'd be in the black for the month. The largest hand of the month was worth $186,000 and came in a $200/$400 heads-up Pot Limit Omaha table between Stern and Kuznetsov. Stern had [poker card="kh"][poker card="th"][poker card="6c"][poker card="6s"], while Kuznetsov was dealt [poker card="ac"][poker card="kd"][poker card="td"][poker card="4c"]. The flop of [poker card="jc"][poker card="8c"][poker card="6d"] brought two clubs and the money went in. The turn and river were run twice, but no club came and Stern raked in the entire pot. Sitting $91,000 behind Stern on the high-stakes cash game leaderboard for March was fellow American transplant Isaac 'philivey2694' Haxton, who ended up at $260,283 in profit. Haxton was down about $130,000 lifetime at the high stakes tables when the year began but helped in part by his impressive showing in March, the pro is now up almost $400,000 lifetime. [caption width="640"] Isaac 'philivey2694' Haxton profited 0,283 in March, the second highest total of anyone[/caption] Haxton had 75 sessions and 3,441 hands in March for an average of $3,470 per session and $75 per hand. The latter was more than double Stern's rate for the month. Third place on the high-stakes leaderboard in March went to 'Cobus83', who raked in $221,883 in profit on PokerStars and is now the 70th biggest winner on HighStakesDB. The primarily PLO player turned in 50 sessions and 3,574 hands in March, an average of $4,437 per session and $62 per hand. 'Cobus83' has pretty much been on the up-and-up over the course of his career and his $221,883 in profit added to an already impressive high-stakes cash game resume. In fact, he passed $800,000 in profit for his career in March for the first time ever. The six-figure profit comes after February which saw him lose almost $100,000 in February. Mikael 'ChaoRen160' Thuritz, who was the biggest winner in February at $158,000 in profit, continued his torrid pace in March, profiting $165,547 on the month. Thuritz had 28 sessions and 2,264 hands during the month, much of which came on March 21 during a Mixed Game session in which he profited $130,000. In that session, he wasn't up against soft competition, either, as he rolled over the likes of Dzmitry 'Colisea' Urbanovich, Alex 'BiatchPeople' Luneau, Alexander 'joiso' Kostritsyn, Mike 'gordo16' Gorodinsky, and Elior 'Crazy Elior' Sion. Five players profited more than $100,000 in March. Here was the leaderboard for the month: supernova9 (131 sessions, 10,203 hands) - $352,017 profit philivey2694 (75 sessions, 3,441 hands) - $260,283 profit Cobus83 (50 sessions, 3,574 hands) - $221,883 profit Sauce123 (73 sessions, 9,131 hands) - $198,806 profit ChaoRen160 (28 sessions, 2,264 hands) - $165,547 profit w00ki3z. (126 sessions, 16,594 hands) - $82,791 profit calvin7v (40 sessions, 4,077 hands) - $72,602 profit Secret_M0d3 (8 sessions, 558 hands) - $57,764 profit Fake Love888 (6 sessions, 1,646 hands) - $56,818 profit Durmitor26 (38 sessions, 5,008 hands) - $45,167 profit
  2. [caption width="600"] Mikael 'ChaoRen160' Thuritz was the biggest high stakes cash game winner in February[/caption] Every chip has been counted, every session has been accounted for, and Mikael 'ChaoRen160' Thurtiz came out on top of the online high stakes cash games in February. His number of sessions: 33. His number of hands: 7,107. His total winnings: $158,633, or $4,807 per session and $22 per hand. All in one month. Thuritz was in the negative in January by about $60,000. His year-to-date profit at the high stakes cash game tables is $97,914, good for the fifth highest. Sitting just $1,500 behind Thuritz in profit in February was well known high stakes pro Alexander 'Kanu7' Millar. The Brit amassed $157,173 in winnings in the 29 days of February across 40 sessions and 3,240 hands, or $3,939 in profit per session and $48 per hand. Despite the strong month, Millar is down $563,782 for 2016, making February's comeback very well-timed. [caption width="450"] Alex 'Kanu7' Millar the second biggest cash game winner in February[/caption] Third place on the high stakes leaderboard in February went to Mike 'gordo16' Gorodinsky, who piled up $136,563 in profit through 89 sessions and 8,859 hands. His solid month put him $75,411 in the green for 2016, the ninth best tally of anyone. Only one pot grew to larger than $200,000 in February. Its winner was 'Ravenswood13', who scooped $200,639 in a $200/$400 Pot Limit Omaha game. He committed his chips on a flop of [poker card="js"][poker card="8s"][poker card="2c"] in a hand against 'Chilax Chuck' and the turn and river were the [poker card="7d"] and [poker card="6d"], respectively. 'Chilax Chuck' showed [poker card="kc"][poker card="qd"][poker card="jd"][poker card="td"] for top pair while 'Ravenswood13' turned over [poker card="as"][poker card="jc"][poker card="5c"][poker card="3s"] for top pair with top kicker to scoop the largest pot of the month. Andres 'Educa-p0ker' Artinano leads the overall standings through the first two months of 2016 with $800,821 in profit, over three times the next closest person. He has 103 sessions and 20,613 hands recorded so far this year. Behind Artinano is 'Cobus83', with $257,285 in profit for the year. He lost about $50,000 in February. Other players over $100,000 in profit for 2016 are Ben 'Sauce123' Sulsky and 'hhecklen', who have $174,712 and $116,312 in profit, respectively. Here were the top 10 on the high stakes cash game leaderboard in February: ChaoRen160 (33 sessions, 7,107 hands) - $158,633 Kanu7 (40 sessions, 3,240 hands) - $157,173 gordo16 (89 sessions, 8,859 hands) - $136,563 hhecklen (34 sessions, 3,488 hands) - $133,040 omaha4rollz (25 sessions, 627 hands) - $128,674 TILTMENOT (9 sessions, 755 hands) - $51,636 Zazano (3 sessions, 600 hands) - $47,619 Tochminator (23 sessions, 565 hands) - $46,334 jama-dharma (20 sessions, 1,004 hands) - $32,412 Fake Love888 (5 sessions, 283 hands) - $31,040 *All data courtesy HighStakesDB.

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