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The Online Railbird Report: Kyllönen Wins Almost $100,000

Jens "Jeans89" Kyllönen
  • In this week's Online Railbird Report, Jens "Jeans89" Kyllönen won $96,707.

This week in the Online Railbird Report, Jens "Jeans89" Kyllönen was the biggest winner, earning $96,707 in just 796 hands played. He edged out "happyhammy", who ended up winning $90,728, and "antoha1998", whose week resulted in a plus of $84,010.

Steven "Zugwat" Silverman was the one losing the biggest amount this week. He finished down $112,157 in 2,866 hands. Dutchman "Ravenswood13" lost $103,988 to end the week.

Three Biggest Pots Online in the Last Week

Like last week, all the biggest posts happened in a $100/$200 no-limit hold'em game. All the regulars playing pot-limit Omaha are presumably in Las Vegas for the World Series of Poker, and it's once again hold'em proving the biggest fun to rail.

1) Alex "Kanu7" Millar Wins $78,924 Pot from "wilhasha"

  • $100/$200 No-Limit Hold'em, Heads-Up
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"wilhasha" opened for $500, and Millar three-bet to $2,000. "wilhasha" made the call, which resulted in a pot worth $4,000, and the two saw a flop. Millar bet $2,638.02 on the {6-Clubs}{10-Spades}{5-Hearts}, and "wilhasha" was quick to raise to $6,300. Millar made the call, growing the pot to $16,600.

Millar checked after the {K-Hearts} hit the turn and saw "wilhasha" bet $5,477.01. Millar called, and the pot swelled to $27,554.02.

The {3-Spades} completed the board, and Millar shoved. "wilhasha" made the call for $25,685.18, but mucked his {9-Diamonds}{10-Clubs} upon seeing Millar's {Q-Clubs}{K-Clubs}.

2. Henrik "hhecklen" Hecklen Wins $65,960 Pot from "wilhasha"

  • $100/$200 No-Limit Hold'em, Three-Handed
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Nikita "fish2013" Bodyakovskiy folded the button, and Henrik "hhecklen" Hecklen raised to $600 from the small blind. In the big blind was "wilhasha", and he three-bet to $2,000. Hecklen called.

The flop came {4-Clubs}{5-Hearts}{7-Spades} with the pot at $4,000. Both players checked, the {J-Spades} hit the turn, and Hecklen bet $1,997.50. "wilhasha" raised to $6,900, and Hecklen shoved for $33,431.90. "wilhasha" called all in for $30,980.05.

Henrik "hhecklen" Hecklen{5-Diamonds}{7-Diamonds}81.82%

They ran the river twice, but "wilhasha" failed to catch up both times. The first time the {7-Hearts} completed the board, giving Hecklen a full house, and the second time it was the meaningless {6-Hearts} on the river.

3) "wilhasha" Wins $62,618 Pot from Alex "Kanu7" Millar

  • $100/$200 No-Limit Hold'em, Heads-Up
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Though the replayer tells us "wilhasha" opened for $500 and Millar called, that same replayer tells us there was $800 in the middle after the preflop action closed between the two high-stakes regulars.

The flop came {6-Hearts}{5-Clubs}{7-Spades}, and Milar checked. Wether the pot was $800 or $1,000, the fact remained that the $2,000 bet by "wilhasha" was bigger than the pot. Millar made the call, growing the pot to $4,800.

The {J-Diamonds} hit the turn, and Millar checked. "wilhasha" made another over-bet, opting to make it $9,000 this time. Millar called again.

Millar checked again after the {A-Clubs} river. The pot was now over $22,000, and "wilhasha" made a bet of $44,816.04. This time it wasn't an over-bet, effectively, as Millar had just $20,009.02 left.

The English pro made the call, but mucked his {8-Diamonds}{J-Hearts} upon being shown "wilhasha"'s flopped straight with the {4-Clubs}{8-Hearts}.

Weekly Results: June 16-23, 2016


 PlayerHands PlayedWin/Loss2016 Win/LossAll-Time Win/Loss
1Jens "Jeans89" Kyllönen796+$96,707+$54,450+$4,967,187
4Zhou Chun "samrostan" Lei4,345+$75,659--
5Ilkka "bernard-bb" Koskinen2,509+$54,326--
7Jacob "Lottenice" Rasmussen583+$46,566--
10David "Bullitos" van der Weele787+$38,606--


 PlayerHands PlayedWin/Loss2016 Win/LossAll-Time Win/Loss
1Steven "Zugwat" Silverman2,866-$112,157--
3Sami "Lrslzk" Kelopuro2,164-$81,801--
5András "probirs" Németh147-$64,878-$88,223-$80,325
9Alex "Kanu7" Millar2,497-$36,589-$650,897+$2,609,694
10Mikael "ChaoRen160" Thuritz624-$35,142+$2,669+$863,217

2016 Online Poker Leaderboard

There's been not a lot of movement in the 2016 Online Poker Leaderboard recently. This week was no exception, with just Artinano, Blom and Millar in action. All three of them lost a little bit, but not enough to move up or down a spot.

 PlayerHands PlayedWin/LossWin/Loss Per HandAll-Time Win/LossTrend This WeekMost Played Variant
1Ben "Sauce123" Sulsky53,725+$810,402+$15.08+$4,847,605-8-game
2Andres "Educa-p0ker" Artinano25,991+$687,301+$27.20+$1,108,289NLHM
3Dani "supernova9" Stern22,383+$384,206+$17.03-$50,255-PLO


 PlayerHands PlayedWin/LossWin/Loss Per HandAll-Time Win/LossResult This WeekMost Played Variant
1Viktor "Isildur1" Blom84,199-$799,441-$9.43+$1,206,5198-game
2Alex "Kanu7" Millar24,630-$650,697-$26.42+$2,609,694NLHM
3Andrew "ClockWyze" Pantling7,558-$341,934-$45.24-$384,738-8-game

The above top three of biggest winners and losers in online poker for 2016 and the top 10 biggest winners and losers online for the last two weeks only consist of PokerStars accounts that haven't opted out with

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