Isildur1's cash game rollercoaster ride continues
Viktor "Isildur1" Blom had yet another up and down experience on the online felt on Friday. At one time, the Swede was up $160,000, but eventually he ended with a loss of $138,483.
Friday night the Swedish phenomenon Viktor "Isildur1" Blom once again played one of his famous marathon sessions at the cash game tables on PokerStars.

Blom started out against "mTw-DavIN" $25/$50, cleaning the unknown player for $60,000 in around 2,5 hours of play.

Next in line to be taken down by the Swede was French high stakes gambler Rio "PepperoniF" Cao, whom Blom recently defeated for $150,000 in the SuperStar Showdown Challenge. Unfortunately for the Frenchman, Isildur1 once again came out the conqueror; bagging another $100,000 this made his – at the time - total wins for the night $160,000.

With the wisdom of hindsight, the Swedish cash game specialist should have stopped after this victory - while the going was still good. But after one hour away from the tables the high stakes gambler returned and started a 4,5 hours' long battle against "Volanthn" and "alexeimartov", also on the PLO $25/$50 stakes. This time Blom was less lucky and ended up suffering a provoking $170,000 defeat.

Following, a probably steamed Blom moved up in stakes to $50/$100 PLO, where he commenced a new fight, this time against Ben "Sauce123" Sulsky. But the downswing continued for Mr Blom and after this three hours' PLO clash, Isildur1 left the table with a total loss for the day of $138,483.

The largest hand in the session against Sulsky reached $93,384. The two combatants ended all-in on a board showing [9h] [kd] [3h]. Sulsky revealed [tc] [8h] [9d] [9s] while Isildur1 was in really bad shape with a smaller set, tabling [3s] [2h] [3c] [8d]. Sulsky had to dodge a one-outer, which he did since the turn and river came [6s] [kc].

Sulsky consequently became the biggest winner last night with $145,819 in plus, followed by the two other Isildur1 combatants "Volanthn" and "alexeimartov" with $125,640 and $46,360 respectively.
44 years ago
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Taking a break? thats not in the book of isildur

3 years ago
Is he a billionaire?Because,he is throwing his money like it means nothing to him.Or maybe he's just bored.
3 years ago
Reply to Raccoony
LOL. He is a millionaire I assume with the money he wins and loses. Its like a roller coaster ride. Win some lose some. Back and forth.
3 years ago
Reply to ROYALKNIGHT
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Until one day, he might lose everything. I don't know how this guys can handle to play like that.
3 years ago
He definetely has some balls on him to play the way he does,always good to watch!

3 years ago
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