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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="640"] Ben 'sauce123' Sulsky was the biggest winner at the high-stakes cash game tables in May with 2,242 in profit[/caption] Oops, he did it again. After profiting $164,642 at the high-stakes cash game tables in April, Ben 'sauce123' Sulsky did it again in May, according to HighStakesDB. This time, Sulsky added $272,242 to his bottom line, edging out Dani 'supernova9' Stern by a mere $2,000. Sulsky ended May with 117 sessions that HighStakesDB tracked. They totaled 15,931 hands, meaning that Sulsky turned a profit of $2,326 per session and $17 per hand. In April, Sulsky had 39 sessions totaling 5,624 hands for an average of $4,221 per session and $29 per hand, so his averages were cut in half in May. Nevertheless, he was the big winner once again. Thanks to his $272,242 in profit in April, Sulsky is up to $4.85 million in career winnings from tables that HighStakesDB tracks. He's up $810,000 for the year and might now head to Las Vegas for the 2016 World Series of Poker, which starts this week. Stern, who won the March high-stakes leaderboard with $352,017 in profit, finished second in May with $270,032, trailing Sulsky by only $2,000. Stern did not appear in the top 10 in April, but logged 76 sessions and 2,445 hands in May for an average profit of $3,553 per session and $110 per hand. In March, Stern raked in $352,017 in profit over the course of 131 sessions and 10,203 hands. On average that month, he profited $2,687 per session and just over $34 per hand. [caption width="640"] Dani 'supernova9' Stern was second on the high-stakes cash game leaderboard in May (photo: PokerNews, Danny Maxwell)[/caption] The month of May helped Stern pull back to almost even lifetime in the high-stakes games that HighStakesDB tracks, as headed into the month, he was over $300,000 in the hole. Stern is up almost $400,000 on the year and has been in the black for the vast majority of 2016. Tournament pro Fedor 'CrownUpGuy' Holz got it down in the online cash game world in May. Holz, from Germany, finished in third place on the high-stakes cash game leaderboard for the month with $147,934 in profit from 38 sessions and 5,002 hands. If you do the math, you'll get an average of $3,893 in profit per session and $29 in profit per hand. Holz's productive month boosted his lifetime earnings that HighStakesDB has tracked to close to $200,000. This year, he's up almost $100,000. Holz spent the first part of May in Monaco for the European Poker Tour's annual Grand Final. There, he finished fourth and fifth in High Roller events and pocketed over $500,000 total. Needless to say, it was a good month to be Fedor Holz. 'steamraise' finished in fourth place on the high-stakes cash game leaderboard in May with $142,691 in profit, trailing Holz by only $5,000. 'steamraise' logged 26 sessions and 2,221 hands during the month. Right behind him on the leaderboard was 'happyhammy', who had $84,771 in profit from 54 sessions and 12,204 hands. Dan 'w00ki3z.' Cateswas the winner of the largest high-stakes cash game pot played in May. It happened in a hand against Viktor 'Isildur1' Blom at a $250/$500 Mixed Pot Limit Omaha table. Holding [poker card="ts"][poker card="5d"][poker card="jc"][poker card="as"], Cates check-raised all-in on the turn of a [poker card="6s"][poker card="ac"][poker card="5h"][poker card="qc"] board. Blom called with [poker card="8c"][poker card="8s"][poker card="ah"][poker card="3c"] and the river was the [poker card="5c"], giving Cates a boat and a $138,612 hand. It was one of six pots to cross $100,000 in May at the high-stakes cash game tables. Despite the cash influx from the pot against Blom, Cates did not finish in the top 10 for the month. The top 10 high-stakes cash game winners in May: Sauce123 (117 sessions, 15,931 hands) - $272,242 supernova9 (76 sessions, 2,445 hands) - $270,032 CrownUpGuy (38 sessions, 5,002 hands) - $147,934 Steamraise (26 sessions, 2,221 hands) - $142,691 Happyhammy (54 sessions, 12,204 hands) - $84,771 Educa-p0ker (45 sessions, 2,977 hands) - $72,014 Fresh_oO_D (71 sessions, 8,804 hands) - $61,880 buck21 (11 sessions, 463 hands) - $56,905 Fake Love888 (6 sessions, 459 hands) - $53,640 Vaga_Lion (21 sessions, 892 hands) - $44,515

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