Isildur1 Turns $10k Into $300k At PokerStars

As you would expect from the mystery Swede, Isildur1 has had a quite a roller-coaster of a ride since joining PokerStars at the beginning of December.
According to ‘pokertableratings,’ Isildur1 started out well and was even up around $324k during his first day on the site, helped along by his winning battle against urnotindangr.
The Swedish Hold Em specialist said he was hoping to improve his PLO game while at PokerStars. However, the ever game mystery man then bit off more than he could chew after the next day settling down to play some $100/200 PLO against top pro Phil Galfond. 
It took five hours for Galfond to relieve Isildur1 of around $300,000 of his bankroll, who over the next few days sunk further in the mire to go down around -$227,311.
Now it looks like Isildur1’s fortunes are on the rise once more after showing up on PokerStars on December 26th with apparently just $10k to gamble before spinning it into $300k over the next few days.
On Monday, 27th, Isildur1 played around 4,000 hands and took away $117,720 profit from the game, only to win a further $172,062 yesterday at $25/50 PLO to return into profit on the site.
Once more, online pro urnotindangr was the main contributor to Isildur1’s winning night after the duo got involved in a six hour, 3539 hand match of $25/50 PLO resulting in a loss of $175K for urnotindangr aka Scott Palmer.
During their marathon session, Isildur1 went ahead after the first 195 hands played and continued to push forward going $241K up after 2869 hands. Urnotindangr managed to recoup $66k of his money in the last hour of their session but still had to nurse a $175k wound by the end of play.
Isildur1 ended up winning three of the four biggest pots of their session worth $69k, $57k, and $53k to help mount his comeback campaign at PokerStars.
Whether Isildur1 is able to further consolidate his winnings at PokerStars remains to be seen, but in the meantime rail birds are being treated to plenty of high octane action at the world’s biggest poker site.

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