Maratonas making a comeback at FullTilt

September 3, 2009

At the start of his career at Full Tilt Poker Maratonas was winning huge amounts of money at the $500/$1000 tables. Even though he started out great, winning over $1 million he ended up making a big loss at the noosebleed levels at FullTilt. A while later he was spotted playing lower limits at FullTilt such as $50/$100.

But now it seems like the online poker phenomenon Maratonas is making a comeback at the highest levels at Full Tilt Poker. This morning he was spotted at the $200/$400 PLO tables at FullTilt. After this mornings session it will probably be a while before he is back at the $500/$1000 levels since he lost most of the pots that he was involved in at the $200/$400 level. Amongst the players who won money from the anonymous Swede this morning we could find names like OMGClayAiken and trex313.

It will be interesting to see if Maratonas can ever make it back to the higest levels at Full Tilt Poker.

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2 Responses to “Maratonas making a comeback at FullTilt”

  1. Thomas on September 3rd, 2009 5:43 am

    I have been following this Maratonas guy and it has been a bumpy ride to say the least. It’s amazing to see how these names sometimes pop up from nowhere, make a lot of money just to lose it all right back again. It reminds me a lot of KaiBuxxe a couple of years back.

    Does anyone know who is hiding behind this screen name? All I know is that he is from Sweden. It would be very interesting to know who it actually is.

  2. admin on September 3rd, 2009 8:14 am

    At a Swedish poker site that I am reading there is one person who claims to have found out who is hiding behind the alias but she didn’t give out the name of the person due to tax reasons.

    She gave some clues however, it is a very young man who lives in Gothenburg who is using that account. That’s as much info as I have been able to gather up on the subject.

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