Isildur1 Takes Ilari Sahamies To Task For $630,000

The high stakes poker action at Full Tilt has been getting quite heated since Isildur1 appeared on the scene a couple of months ago and Sunday night was no exception.
Finnish pro Ilari Sahamies and Isildur1 went at each other in three separate sessions across four $500/1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha tables and round 1 saw Sahamies, despite winning a $710,000 pot, drop $1.3 million to the mystery Swede.
Round 2 resumed just over an hour later and the one and a half hour session saw Sahamies lose a further $110,000.
Hoping three times would be a charm, Sahamies returned to battle his nemesis around 2 hours later, and it payed off nicely for him as three hours of PLO over 1,882 hands saw him recoup $1.3 million in losses from Isildur1.
At the end of the session Isildur1 emerged almost $630,000 in profit for the night with estimates as to his profit at Full Tilt ranging from between $2 million and $4 million depending on which news source you read.
The two Scandanavians have crossed swords regularly throughout the last few weeks and they are known to bait each other at the table at times, but an incident a couple of days ago evoked a stronger reaction than usual from Isuldur1. Ilari “Ziigmund” Sahamies had just won $1.5 from his opponent over 600 hands and disappeared from the table without warning.
A few days later when the two were at it once more, the chat began with Isildur1 accusing Sahamies of being a limping hit and runner. The conversation went like this:
Isildur1: who s the little scared fa g starts lipimg every hand cos hes up
Isildur1: fckn clown
Ziigmund: how long u have been around here
Ziigmund: u r losing after this year if u continue f ag
Isildur1: well see, u keep hit n run me and limping
Ziigmund: haha
Ziigmund: nono
In the meantime, any thoughts that the Isildur1 mystery had been solved following Tony G’s revelation that he was definitely chief suspect Viktor Blom, the 21-year-old Swedish pro, have been dealt a blow after Blom dispelled rumours by replying,  “I am not the one you are looking for. Keep searching”.

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