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Isildur1 Loses More Than $200K: Mostly to Gavz101

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
May/29/2011
Isildur1

Isildur1 was a big loser in this weekend’s high stakes online poker action.  Most of his $220K was lost to fellow online poker player Gavz101. 

Isildur1, whose real name is Viktor Blum, has managed to lose much of his $550K profit and is down to $193K.

From HighStakesDB.com

On the 6-seat tables he at least managed to win $30k, but in the first HU-match against Sauce123 he lost $70k and the remaining $187k he lost against gavz101which was yesterday's biggest winners. His biggest hand for the night was a quite standard hand where the players shoved on the flop and gavz101 took home a nice $53k post.  

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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