Million dollar days are becoming increasingly commonplace among the high-stakes cash games on Full Tilt , but when a player hits seven figures twice within two weeks’ time, you can be sure it will turn some heads.Tom “durrrr” Dwan hasn’t been doing very well on the live circuit these days. He lasted all of a few levels at the L.A. Poker Classic and was eliminated in the first round at the NBC National Heads-Up Poker Championship by Phil Gordon , but his online cash-game play has been phenomenal and has made him one of the biggest overall winners of 2010.Two weeks ago, Dwan played a very long day of poker and logged about 2,700 hands against the likes of Ilari “Ziigmund” Sahamies , Cole South , and Brian Townsend . After everyone had called it a day, Dwan was up just shy of $1 million.He then spent the next couple weeks trading small six-figure scores with some of the regulars before exploding on Saturday for $1.3 million, most of which came from PixKim.To top it all off, Dwan also resumed his play against Patrik Antonius in the Durrrr Challenge , wherein he won $343,157 to extend his overall lead to a robust $1,755,708.The two played a total of 370 hands and only have 16,758 hands to go. At this point in the competition, Antonius will have to win approximately $105 per hand in order to avoid paying out an additional $500,000. That task seems unlikely, but perhaps Antonius will be able to get back some of his losses before the challenge ends.Despite ending his 2009 campaign in rough shape — especially against unknown Swedish player Isildur1 — Dwan has turned it around in 2010 and is estimated to be up approximately $2.5 million for the year.Card Player readers are eligible for deposit bonuses of up to $600. Click on the banner below for additional information.
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