Even the best poker players can have bad days – in some cases, so bad that online platforms decide to limit their accounts because of losing a lot of money in a single match.
We recently encountered this situation with Star player Neil Farrell. The Scottish player had a very successful career and won many trophies. According to Hendon Mob, his resume includes trophies such as the WPT Main Event, EPT Main Event, and WSOP bracelet, as well as over $6,000,000 in total prize money. He has also achieved many good results in online poker.
Even such a large number of big games couldn’t stop Farrell from having a bad day, and he posted a screenshot of a message on Twitter that automatically suspended his account after the loss:
Not yet It’s clear which platform Farrell suspended his account on; it’s clear that life is regulated. The Scot has already made two final tables in live tournaments in 2024, finishing second and fourth at the start of the Irish Poker Tour.