Wednesday, 4 August 2010
Yesterday we reported the true identity of heads-up specialist and the next durrrr challenge contender jungleman12 as 20-year-old economics student Daniel Cates.
Now, another 20-year-old has stepped out of the shadows to put a face to a screen name – this time it is nosebleed grinder and PLO favourite URnotINdanger2.Scott Palmer, 20, began playing $10 and $20 tournaments with his friends at the age of 15 when the poker bug bit. He played (illegally) in live $1/$2 cash games before depositing $90 online and playing $2/$4 within a month.Coincidentally, URnotINdanger2 lives in Maryland where Daniel Cates is studying economics. Palmer now plays as high as $100/$200 and $200/$400 online and considers his best game to be heads-up PLO. This year, Palmers has made over $200,000 at Full Tilt Poker with a year’s peak of more than $600,000 in April.Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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