Isildur1 Returns To Wreak $3 Million Revenge On Old Foes

After a brief absence from the tables in which he was rumoured to have gone busto and quit, Isildur1 returned once more to the high stakes tables at Full Tilt with payback on his mind.
Fresh from an almost $6 million downswing, Isildur1’s comeback trail brought fairer fortune for the mystery Swede who was able to book himself $3.1 million in profits, mostly at the expense of Finnish pro Ilari “Ziigmund” Sahamies.
Victim 1 was none other than Brian Townsend, who got involved in six-max $100/$200 Pot-Limit Omaha before deciding to battle heads up against Isildur1 at the  $300/$600 stakes. Townsend’s total loss to the Swede across all the tables amounted to around $800,000 and as he left the arena Isildur had already lined up his next opponent.
Victim 2 was Isildur’s favourite cash cow Tom Dwan, The two pros got going at $300/$600 No-Limit Hold’em and played 3,228 hands over which Dwan came out $77,000 ahead. After the action moved on to $500/$1,000 PLO, Isildur1 came into his own and managed to pull in $615,000 of Dwan’s money over 300 hands for an overall profit of around $530,000. 
Victim 3 produced the lion share of his days profits, after a sit down with Sahamies at $300/$600 PLO and then $500/$1,000 produced a total profit for the Swede of $1.6 million.
So far Isildur1’s poker journey has been nothing if not spectacular since appearing on the high stakes scene recently. His inaugural $1 million downswing lead onto a $5 million upswing which ended dramatically after losing around $6 million. The poker community were left wondering if that was the last they would be seeing of him for a while but Isildur1’s winning $3.1 million day puts his Full Tilt Poker profits back up to around $1 million so far and promises railbirds more nose bleed action to come.

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