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Isildur1 Shocking $1.4 Million Winning Weekend in High Stakes Online Poker

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Aug/29/2011
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Swedish high stakes online poker phenom Isildur1 continues his rollercoaster ride of big wins and big losses.  This past weekend, he was sitting atop the world with a $1.4 million take.

Isildur1’s victim was none other than Illari Sahamies, who beat the Swede out of $482K just days prior.  Blom’s winnings over Sahamies during his weekend session at the $100/$200 Pot Limit Omahatable were just over $1 million.   

The Finnish poker pro Sahamies had this to say after the beating:  “Only good thing those money went to Isildur, no[sic] any nit guys…but f*** I hate poker. GL.

Isildur1 managed to wipe out his Finnish opponent in a matter of just under 3 hours. 

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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