Viktor "Isildur1" Blom Up $4m At Full Tilt In 2013

Viktor "Isildur1" Blom Up $4m At Full Tilt In 2013 Viktor “Isildur1” Blom seems to be riding a huge upswing since returning to Full Tilt Poker and the Swedish pro is already a massive $4,073,070 in profit already for this year alone.
Initially, Isildur1 dropped $300k shortly after the poker room resumed business back in November 2011, but since then the 22 year-old wild man of poker has been on a tear and is even showing a healthy profit of $1,856,383 since first playing on the site back in 2009.
Viktor “Isildur1” Blom’s recent peak in results quite likely influenced his decision to not join numerous other pros at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure in The Bahamas, in order to concentrate on playing online. This is in spite of the fact last year he took down the $100k PCA Super High Roller Event for $1,254,400.
In his latest session online, Isildur1 amassed a huge $1,356,296 profit over a range of games, including triple draw, FLO8 and PLO. Even more impressively, he managed to make most of his money against two of the best PLO players in the world, namely Phil “OMGClayAiken” Galfond and Ben “Sauce1234” Sulsky.
Back in 2009, Isildur1 ended his incredible reign at Full Tilt with a nightmarish 4.2 million losing session. This time around, however, most people agree there are some significant differences in Isildur1’s approach between now and then. Firstly, the Swede appears to be a much improved PLO player than when he went busto against Brian Hastings in 2009. In addition, Isildur1 is running much better than he did back then, as well as now employing to some degree a stop loss on himself.
All in all, Viktor “Isildur1” Blom’s latest resurgence at the high-stakes tables has once more provided plenty of interest and excitement amongst poker fans, who will now be hoping this time history doesn’t repeat itself.

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