Last night the two young online cash game specialists Viktor "Isildur1" Blom and Ben "Sauce123" Sulsky clashed in a PLO battle on PokerStars. Blom crushed his opponent and won $123,662.
Those days are over, when the cash game pots reached seven figures as it did in the autumn of 2009. The main character generating these monster pots, Swede Viktor "Isildur1" Blom, is still raging the cash game tables, however now playing at much lower stakes than he used to.
Back in 2009 the Swede competed on $300/$600 and $500/1000 stakes, while his level today is primarily on the $50/$100 blinds.
Yesterday Blom clashed with another successful online specialist, American Ben "Sauce123" Sulsky, in a PLO $50/$100 session. In the more than 1000 hands
long session Blom smashed his opponent Sauce123 and earned $123,662, which equals over 12 full buy-ins.
Isildur1 continued running hot the rest of the evening and ended up as the most profitable player last night with a $153,506 score.
Second most lucrative winner was "le kork" with $68,221. "Le kork" has had an amazing last month with a total win of $466,484. His total profit in 2011 is $653,305
Andreas "Skjerv?y" Torbergsen secured his bank roll an extra $43,568 in third spot on the ranking list.
Ben Sulsky, on the contrary, dropped $123,662 as the biggest loser last night, followed by Ilari "Ilari FIN" Sahamies with $43,341 in minus and the French high stakes player Rui "PepperoniF" Cao dropping $32,814.