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Berndsen12 Battles Isildur1: Wins $299k

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Feb/07/2012
Berndsen12 Battles Isildur1:  Wins $299k

Online poker player Sander “Berndsen12” Berndsen has been in a heated battle with Swedish sensation Isildur1, whose real name is Viktor Blom. 

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The Dutch pro Berndsen claimed $299k Monday night. 

Here is how it all went down, courtesy of HighStakesDB.com

Berndsen12 is drawing dead when the money goes in - $106k pot

Isildur1's triple barrel bluff is picked off by Berndsen12 - $101k pot

Isildur1 is coolered on the river in this $98k pot

From PokerListings.com

Blom played 2,556 hands last night and despite some notable wins in the $100/$200 PLO 6-Max games he ended up becoming the night’s biggest loser with $279k in losses.

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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