Timofey Kuznetsov

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Timofey Kuznetsov
Nickname(s)Trueteller
Born1991 (age 3132)

Timofey Kuznetsov (born 1991) [1] is a Russian professional poker player who specializes in online no-limit Texas hold 'em and pot-limit Omaha hold'em cash games. [2]

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Poker career

Kuznetsov plays under the alias "Trueteller" on PokerStars and has earned over $2,400,000., [3] 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. [4] He won over $100,000 in two weeks playing online in March 2017. [5]

Kuznetsov finished 4th in the 2015 $500,000 Super High Roller Bowl winning over $2,100,000. [6]

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. [7] 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. [8] [9]

As of 2017, his total live tournament winnings exceed $2,900,000. [10]

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