On Friday Isildur1 lost a six figure to Ben "Sauce123" Sulsky, but on Saturday the roles changed when the Swede took $334,000 from Sulsky in a 5,000 hands session.
Friday night the Swedish online phenomenon Victor "Isildur1" Blom clashed with Ben "Sauce123" Sulsky and dropped around $150,000 to the American in Pot-Limit Omaha.
Next day, on Saturday, the Swede was back at the $50/$100 high stakes
table on PokerStars; Sauce123 was once again the opponent.
This time the match was battled out in what many experts call Isildurs1's best discipline – No Limit Hold’em. The two young gamblers fought for 7,5 hours and more than 5,000 hands, and eventually Blom got his revenge, defeating Sulsky for $334,000.
In one of the biggest pots against Sulsky yesterday, Blom hit a set of fives on a [9d] [7c] [5h] flop. Sulsky held the overpair with [ts] [th] and could not get away from the hand. The turn and river came [4d] [qd], securing Blom the $77,617 pot.
This morning Blom was, not surprisingly, back at the cash tables. But this time nobody on the No-Limit Hold’em tables seemed to want to duel with the Swede. As soon as Blom sat down at the PLO tables, however, a line of players was ready to fight against the Team PokerStars pro.
Unfortunately for the PLO contestants, Blom continued his heater from yesterday, bagging by the end of the day another $184,000. The Finnish pro Ville Wahlbeck was one of Isildurs1's sorry victims this morning.
Blom is now up $600,000 since 1 June, with his total online income for 2011 at the cash game tables being in positive numbers at $400,000.