‘BERRI SWEET’ Wins $418K at Online Poker in November, Holds 2017 Lead Over ‘Isildur1’

With less than a month to go in 2017, “BERRI SWEET” is now online poker’s biggest winner of the year with over $1.85 million in PokerStars winnings. $ 418,381 boosted that after he concludes as the biggest November online poker winner.

“BERRI SWEET” and Viktor “Isildur1” Blom are foes on the virtual felt, and both are in contention to become 2017’s biggest online winner with one month to go. (Image: PokerStars)

Down to Wire

Hot on the heels of “BERRI SWEET” was Timofey “Trueteller” Kuznetsov, who won $93,973 in November, to bring his yearly winnings up to $1,794,515. The only other player with seven-figures in winnings for the season is Viktor “Isildur1” Blom ($1,230,486), despite his losing $264,425 final month.

In accordance with HighStakesDB, “BERRI SWEET” was involved in the five biggest boats from the past 30 days, and he was able to win four of these.

In the biggest pot, which took place Nov. 28 in a six-handed $100/$200 pot-limit Omaha table, “Grazvis1” ($53,786.74) opened for $800 under the gun and “BERRI SWEET” ($76,972) only called one spot over.

Blom ($90,346.47) then three-bet to $3,740 in the button, both blinds folded, and “Grazvis1” called. “BERRI SWEET” awakened with a four-bet to $16,300, both his opponents called, and the flop came down 9♠3♣5♣. “Grazvis1” assessed, “BERRI SWEET” moved all-in for $47,035, and Blom isolated by moving all-in over the top.

“Grazvis1” folded and Blom tabled the 8♥9♥Q♠6♠ for top pair with backdoor draws. He needed some help as “BERRI SWEET” held the 4♣A♠A♦7♥ for aces and double-gutshot straight draw. Neither the 3♦ turn nor K♥ river aided Blom, and he watched the $169,984 pot pushed to “BERRI SWEET.”

November Online Poker Biggest Winners
BERRI SWEET (161 sessions/10,389 palms) +$418,381
Ben “Sauce123” Sulsky (26 sessions/3,553 palms) +$339,755
Laszlo “omaha4rolzz” Bujtas (88 sessions/4,484 palms) +$159,151
$uroTr@sh1 (64 sessions/2,962 palms) +$127,249
OhHeyCindy (36 sessions/3,159 palms) +$117,998
Alexey “LuckyGump” Makarov (10 sessions/1,238 palms) +$105,555
Timofey “Trueteller” Kuznetsov (40 sessions/4,170 palms) +$93,975
jobetzu (27 sessions/1,066 palms) +$91,962
candela2005 (97 sessions/1,943 palms) +$86,666
Nikita “fish2013” Bodyakovsky (47 sessions/1,085 palms) +$81,076

Another Disaster Month for Kelopuro

On the opposite end of the spectrum, Carlo “Ravenswood13” Ravenswoudm, who had been  October’s biggest online poker winner with $322K in earnings, was the biggest loser in November. $ 266,126 dropped in 9,783 hands. That was only $1,701 more than Blom dropped in November.

Likewise, October’s biggest loser Sami “Lrslzk” Kelopuro had another poor month, losing $129,779 in 2,950 hands over 44 sessions. The only other player to lose six figures in November was “Stefblue3,” who dropped $122,295 in 1,036 hands over 19 sessions.

In one big hand, which happened on Nov. 28 in a three-handed $100/$200 PLO table, “BERRI SWEET” ($110,268.25) raised to $1,640 on the button and Kelopuro ($81,031.25) defended in the big blind.

When the flop came down 8♦9♣K♣, Kelopuro headed out for $5,096.98 and “BERRI SWEET” called. The  two♣ fell on the turn. Kelopuro check-called a wager of $10,431.72, and then check-called for $34,772.40 more after a♣ river.

“BERRI SWEET” rolled over the K♥5♠Q♣4♣ to reveal the nut flush, and he had been pushed the $104,162.20 pot after Kelopuro mucked.

November Online Poker Biggest Losers
Carlo “Ravenswood13” Ravenswoud (56 sessions/9,783 palms) -$266,126
Viktor “Isildur1” Blom (121 sessions/19,615 palms) -$264,425
Sami “Lrslzk” Kelopuro (44 sessions/2,950 palms) -$129,779
Stefblue3 (19 sessions/1,036 palms) -$122,295
EEE27 (313 sessions/15,540 palms) -$99,195
Alexander “joiso” Kostritsyn (30 sessions/1,877 palms) -$93,768
8superpoker (48 sessions/3,010   palms) -$91,198
huang33 (62 sessions/6,814 palms) -$87,600
BlackFortuna (47 sessions/2,468 palms) -$83,847
dean_nolan1 (6 sessions/564 palms) -$81,507

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