After closing an amazing 2013 as the year's biggest winner, Germany's Niklas "ragen70" Heinecker dominated Full Tilt Poker high-stakes action again with an amazing 48-hour run worth $754,750.
Heinecker started the week in the fast lane putting together winnings for about $600,000 on Monday, quickly recovering after a negative session played at Full Tilt’s $2,000/$4,000 triple draw tables.
His superb two days of poker saw him playing against top players such as Phil "OMGClayAiken" Galfond, Full Tilt Poker Professional Gus Hansen and other high-stakes regulars like Kagome Kagome and Patrik "FinddaGrind" Antonius.
Among some of the most remarkable results of Heinecker's amazing beginning of the week was a $109,000 win against Galfond and another $300,000 one in about four hours of another table. Then, right after his $600,000 take Monday, Heinecker got back at the tables on Tuesday when he played over 500 hands and managed to add $311,000 more to this week’s winnings.
With this remarkable first half of the week, the German player further confirms his superb poker skills that he exhibited during 2013, when he won the title of year’s biggest winner with winnings for $6,190,599 after 65,577 hands played in 506 sessions.
Here’s a graph of Heinecker's performance during the last 48 hours:
Data obtained from HighStakedDB.com.