View the profiles of people named Jonas Mols. Join Facebook to connect with Jonas Mols and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share. National 147 th. Since 2011 $50,331. Biggest Cash $1710 NLHE Big Game, 3 rd, $15,070, Mar 5, 2012 Last Cash 1000€ NLHE, 10 th, $3,244, Jun 7, 2012. Take control of your profile Add tournament Add it on Facebook. Profile About Photos.
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American roulette is now one of the two main versions of this casino classic, popular throughout most of North and South America, as well as in the Caribbean. It is also commonly offered at online casino sites, which usually spread both versions of the games (sometimes with other variants as well). In reality what we now call American Roulette is the original roulette developed in Paris in the late 1700s. There was an American-style roulette that used fewer numbers, both the zero and double-zero as bank slots, and an additional bank slot called the Bar. American style roulette.
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Timofey Kuznetsov (born 1991) is a Russian professional poker player who specializes in online no-limit Texas hold 'em and pot-limit Omaha hold'em cash games.
Kuznetsov plays under the alias 'Trueteller' on PokerStars and has earned over $2,400,000., as well as a further $2,050,000 under the same alias on the now defunct Full Tilt Poker. In November 2015, he played Phil Ivey in a 30 hour session. He won over $100,000 in two weeks playing online in March 2017.
Kuznetsov finished 4th in the 2015 $500,000 Super High Roller Bowl winning over $2,100,000.
In 2018, Kuznetsov along with Linus Loeliger and Jonas Mols, was ranked by poker player Andres 'Educa-p0ker' Artinano as one of the top three 6-max no-limit hold 'em players in the world. In March 2018, Kuznetsov lost a $157,425.70 pot online after getting all the money in preflop holding A♦A♣ against Mols who held K♦K♠. They agreed to run the board twice. The first board ran out 3♥K♣4♣2♦6♠ and the second board came 6♥K♥9♦7♥3♠ giving the entire pot to Mols.
As of 2017, his total live tournament winnings exceed $2,900,000.