Knives Out For Isildur1 As The Pros Line Up To Finish Him Off

The high octane poker ride which is Isiuldur1 may have finally  reached its dramatic conclusion after the wild, mystery Swede dropped around $5 million over Monday and Tuesday to move into negative territory.
In a scene reminiscent of Julius Ceasar’s assassination in the Senate, the pros had all smelt blood and were  linning up in their droves to claim their pound of flesh.
Monday’s action began with Brian Townsend playing $300/$600 Pot-Limit Omaha and taking $566k from Isildur1 to go $2.1 million up against him overall.
Next Sahamies took $1 million from him at $500/$1,000 PLO over 1,123 hands to go $1.8 million up against him overall.
Tuesday morning, Isildur1 was still at it, this time against Antonius, at
$300/$600 PLO. Around 900 hands later the mystery Swede had dropped a further $1 million of his bankroll to Antonius, who is now up $1.6 million overall from their encounters.
Isildur1 was now in a tailspin and was not only stuck $2.7 million on the day, but all his Full Tilt profits had evaporated to leave a $626,000 hole.
The word that Isildur1 was probably on his last legs must have spread like wild fire around Full Tilt by now, particularly after a conversation held between Isildur1 and  Cole South. Isildur1 wanted to play at $500/$1,000, but Cole insisted on playing $200/$400 instead. Isildur1 then asked Cole if they could switch to NL hold’em:  “cany i give me a shot for my last money ay nl ?”
The lower stakes didn’t seem to reduce the action too much, though, and after an initial profit of around $250,000, Isildur1 then proceeded to lose a massive $800,000.
During the heads-up game, other players were trying to get in on the action to procure a slice of the Swede’s diminishing bankroll. Noticeably, Ziigmund sat himself down at the table and was implored by Cole to not interfere with their game,’dont try to kill my game plz’ he said, with Ziigmund demanding to knows who was winning otherwise ‘if u wont answer i kill your game.’
A little later, Rafi “howisitfeellike” Amit sat down at the heads-up battle but refused to budge despite Cole South saying ‘neither of us want to play with some shortstack nit in the middle.’ Cole’s action was well and truly scuppered after Antonius then sat down to join the threesome, at which point Cole South picked up and left.
It would now seem that Isildur1 might finally have succumbed to the fate of other high stakes hopefuls who run well for a while only to give it back again. At his peak Isildur1 was up around $5 million, but a quick glance at today shows a deficit of $1,687,159 for the mystery Swede.

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