At long last, here are the April results for the UGL leaderboards for 200NL, 400NL and 600NL:
Tifon7 has had an amazing turnaround the last few months, digging himself out of a hole and collecting a nice chunk of change for his efforts. Hopefully his Comeback King badge isn't just a one-time flare-up and he can maintain his success at $1/$2. Piggybank#3 also had a very solid month, with just more than half the hands played as Tifon7 but nearly the same profit (and an astronomical BB/100 during the month). Though he struggled early in the year, he seems to have found his winning ways again and we'll see how he fares in May. Full 200NL results
The 400NL leaderboard was incredibly tight, with only a few thousand dollars separating the 1st and 5th ranked players. Party Poker grinders oSpiel888 and TaXxiDriver4 had a ridiculously close race to the top with the difference between their monthly totals at NL400 being only $61. Who knows, maybe a 3bet bluff would have put TaXxiDriver4 over the top, but it's oSpiel888 that walks away with the badge this month. The lowest-volume-highest-winrate of the top 5 this month is heads-up specialist HOTANDSPICYPIZZA, who took home a whopping $16,313 in just over 8K hands. Meanwhile newcomer Targar1en woke the dragon in the month of April, winning a dollar over $16k with an impressive 9.01BB/100 winrate. Rounding out the list is buk-kak, showing a solid $13,183 in profit after having played more hands than any of the other top 5 finishers. Full 400NL results
|Ned Stark||Cake Poker||$14,860||5,391||22.97|
NutterRutter left his competition in the dust in both net profit and hands played for the month at NL600. bosox03 has certainly established himself as one of the strongest newcomers on the Merge network of 2012, adding $26,137 to his impressive overall results for the year to date. redbob14 seems to have righted his ship after a brutal start to the year. An impresive month of April puts him just $2k shy of his all-time peak. whathowmuch has a respectable month as well, and also has one of the rare distinctions of being profitable in every single game type appearing on his profile. Rounding out the top 5 is Ned Stark. The Lord of Winterfell proves himself to be a solid poker player, honorably collecting $14,860 in only 5,391 hands. Full 600NL results
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