Isildur1 Loses $225k Yesterday At Full Tilt Poker

Since making his recent comeback to Full Tilt’s virtual felts at the end of September, Isildur1 has so far been unable to make headway against the array of pros he has battled and is currently showing a loss of $170,000.
Isildur1 is now -$320,864 down in 2010 and $2,537,042 down overall at the site.
Undoubtedly the talent of the Swede when it comes to NLHE with his stats on highstakesdb showing a profit of around $2.7 million, but he has fared rather less well at Omaha, which accounts for around $5.2 million of his losses.
However, that didn’t stop Isildur1 taking on “bemyguestbud” over four tables at HU PLO $25/$50 yesterday and dropping a further $150K over 1,300 hands.
Eventually, Isildur1 decided to return back to his favourite NL HU game hoping to make back some of the deficit. However, half an hour of $100/$200 NLHE against ‘KTPOKP’ instead saw him drop a further $85,000 before he finally quit for the day.
There’s no doubt Isildur1 was running poorly during their session, for instance having lost a $20k starting stack holding pocket A’s on a flop which also handed his opponent an open ended straight draw.
However, some of his more aggressive plays seemed less well timed, for instance when trying to push ‘KTPOKP’ holding KJ off a J72 flop with himself  on a gut shot straight draw. Isildur1 ended losing  a full $20k starting stack on that hand too before finally quitting his session.
Despite losing $225,000 on the night the positive note is that he seems to be limiting himself to roughly 3 hour sessions this time around compared to his destructive marathon sessions of the past.
Isildur1’s comeback has so far failed to really catch fire this time around, particularly in a positive way. However, his legion of poker fans will certainly be hoping for the Swedish pro to start notching up a few winning sessions, while perhaps wondering why he doesn’t decide to stick to his most profitable game of No Limit Hold’em Heads-up.

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