Biggest Poker Cash Pot Ever Recorded



The two were locked in a high-stakes heads-up cash game in 2009 when one of the biggest pots in poker history developed. The two players were stacked deep and playing Pot Limit Omaha with stakes of $500/$1,000. There was heavy betting before the flop and Antonius made a five-bet with A♥K♥K♠3♠. The almost seven-figure pot That is a $974,631 pot, breaking the record set just last week of $842,438 at the same tables. This is the record for No Limit Hold'em pots, the biggest cash game pot in poker history remains a 2009 PLO pot worth $1,356,947 between Viktor Blom and Patrik Antonius. APT owner Tom Hall has been the biggest source of rumors about the $14 million pot, which was won by an unknown player who was reportedly down over $12.6 million; Hall wrote the following about the big play.

Peter Jepsen
Nickname(s)Zupp
ResidenceDenmark
European Poker Tour
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Peter Jepsen (born 1982) is a Danish poker player. In March 2007, he won the European Poker Tour zł15,000 No Limit Hold'em in Warsaw, Poland, netting him $415,679. In September 2008, he set a new World Record for winning the biggest ever pot in online poker history.

Peter Jepsen was in 2019 convicted for cheating and recurved a three year prison sentence

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Jepsen describes his entry into the world of poker as a 'coincidence'.[2] He first took up the game after being sent home from his tour of duty with the Royal Danish Army in Iraq, where he served predominantly as part of the Military Police. Initially, Jepsen played online poker with his friends purely as a pastime, but he soon realised that Poker could become more than just a hobby. He admits that he lost several thousand dollars whilst learning how to play, but that he persevered nonetheless, because he was '100% convinced' that he could make a success of it.

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As of 2009, Jepsen's live tournament winnings exceed $600,000.[3] His greatest success to date, in March 2007, came in Warsaw, Poland in the 3rd season of the European Poker Tour, where he took first place and a prize of zł1,226,711 ($415,679). He beat Frenchman Farid Meraghni into second place with his winning hand of 77.

Previous to this, Jepsen had finished 3rd in the Caribbean Poker Classic in St. Kitts, which netted him his first major live cash return of $165,000.

World Record[edit]

Despite his success in live tournaments, Jepsen is still perhaps better known for his successes in online poker. In September 2008, Jepsen broke the world record for the biggest pot ever won in online poker, when he won a pot of $499,037 against Tom Dwan. Jepsen's record has been eclipsed since then.[4]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^Peter Jepsen signs for Betfair Poker
  2. ^Peter Jepsen YouTube Interview
  3. ^Peter Jepsen's Stats at The Hendon Mob
  4. ^'Danish Pro Peter Jepsen won $499k in a pot against Tom 'durrrr' Dwan'. PokerJunkie.com. Retrieved 13 January 2016.

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