Isildur1 Back In Full Flow With $3 Million Profit For 2010 So Far

After a bumper weekend that saw him add $526,000 to his bankroll, Isildur1 has continued his assault at Full Tilt Poker’s high stakes tables this week and steamrolled some of the world’s best poker players in the process.
On Monday, Isildur1 started off playing $300/$600 then $500/$1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha against Finnish high stakes pro Ilari “Ziigmund” Sahamies. At the end of their session Isildur1 was up $777,965 before Sahamies had enough and Isildur1 went looking for fresh competition.
After dropping $187,000 to Justin “ZeeJustin” Bonomo over 791 hands of $200/$400 NLHE, Isildur1 then sought out team CardRunners Cole South and Brian Hastings and proceeded to take them on heads-up simultaneously on different tables.
South found himself down $334,000 over 825 hands of $300/$600 PLO, while Hastings turned a profit of $330,000 over 224-hand before moving up to $500/$1,000, where he took another $219,000 off Isildur1 over 468 hands.
After a final session against South for the day, Isildur1 added another $144,000 to his bankroll to finish the day in profit by $572,746. 
Tuesday, Isildur1 was back at it again, this time taking nearly $800,000 from Cole South after a 2,400 hand session before moving onto South’s fellow CardRunners associate Brian Hasting’s, whom he took for over $550,000.
Overall, Isildur1 made around $1.4 million Tuesday and his insane run over the past few days means he has managed to notch up over $2 million on Full Tilt Poker this month so far. The mystery Swede is now believed to be in profit around $3 million for 2010 which would make him the highest earner on the site this year.
You can’t keep a good player down and when Isildur1 is on one of his hot streaks it would seem nothing can stand in the way between him and his rapidly expanding bankroll.

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