Isildur1 Now Up $1.56m Since Full Tilt Relaunch

Isildur1 Now Up $1.56m Since Full Tilt RelaunchFollowing Full Tilt Poker’s relaunch in November, 2011, Viktor “Isildur1” Blom got off to a shaky start as one of the site’s three ambassadors and was soon down $297,724 after a month’s play. However, the Swedish poker pro has now managed to turn around his fortunes and is currently the relaunched site’s biggest winner showing an overall profit off $1.56 million.
Most of the 22 year old high-stake pro’s winnings seem to have come from the first few days of 2013, when he went on an impressive $1.144 million upswing. This includes winning $564k on Day 1 and dropping $117k on Day 2, before going on a tear yesterday and notching up a further $696k.
Last night’s proceedings started with Isuldur1 beating up on ‘mastrblastr’ over a 3.5 hour session at a 2-7 TD table, in which he walked away with a $392k profit. Blom then followed up by relieving SallyWoo of $275k of his bankroll  at the FLO8 tables over an hour and forty minutes of play, before capping the night of f by taking $30k of Sebastien “Seb86” Sabic’s money at a 2-7 TD table.
Despite Isildur1 now being Full Tilt’s biggest winner since relaunch, incredibly he is mostly even at his two preffered disciplines of NLHE and PLO. Converesely, the lion’s share of his profits have been derived from playing FLO8 and 2-7 Triple Draw limit games.
On the other side of the coin, fellow Full Tilt Poker Ambassador Gus Hansen  is languishing in the biggest loser spot and is currently in the red by a massive $3.3 million. The Danish pro has also dropped $6,487,440 since he first started playing on the site back in 2007. The third Full Tilt Ambassador Tom Dwan doesn’t seem to be faring much better at the moment and is also currently down by $987,189 over the past couple of months.

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