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Isildur1 Pulls Out of PartyPoker Big Game IV

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Apr/11/2010

The mysterious high stakes online poker player known as Isildur1 has pulled out of PartyPoker Big Game IV before its scheduled start.   The tournament is a 48-hour cash game.

PartyPoker celebrity player Tony G. issued this statement: "It has left a bad taste in my mouth. What you have to understand is that he reached out to me first and asked and then agreed to play. As far as I am concerned, I am washing my hands with him and moving on."

Isildur1 reportedly told Tony G. that the stakes of the PartyPoker Big Game IV were too low.

But Tony G. hinted at another issue of concern.

"I know for a fact that he is soon taking his driving test," alluding to Isildur1's age, which Tony G. has previously stated is under 21.

Ace King, Gambling911.com         

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