Big day at the tables for Doorbread and Sauce1234 - Huge Swings for Isildur1

Ben "Sauce1234" Sulsky enjoyed the biggest single session againt Isildur1, winning $420k in under an hour, although Blom won some back later in the day
Isildur1 was at the heart of nearly all the action yesterday, playing a 20 hour shift and losing and winning back a million dollars

When Viktor "Isildur1" Blom has been on an upswing you can guarantee there will be plenty of sharks circling to get in on the action, and yesterday Blom had his bankroll on the line all day long, with PLO players Doorbread and Ben "Sauce1234" Sulsky taking advantage of the freely flowing cash.

As reported yesterday, Isildur1 ended Monday on Full Tilt up $217k, but continued to play Doorbread at $250/$500 PLO after midnight, dropping just over $200k before leaving the tables for a little over 5 hours.

When he reappeared, Blom went on an huge roller-coaster of a day, playing for 20 hours straight encountering some huge lows and almost equally huge highs.

His biggest downfall yesterday was PLO. After losing over $200k to Doorbread in the early hours, he went on to lose another $230k in just over an hour early in the afternoon playing 3 handed with Doorbread and Ben "Bttech86" Tollerene. Shortly after this he had a nightmare 50 minute session playing heads-up at $250/$500 PLO against his old adversary Ben "Sauce1234" Sulsky, where he lost $420k in under 50 minutes across two tables.

Around the same time, he also started to lose heavily in some lengthy 8-Game sessions playing against the likes of Phil "Polarizing" Ivey, BigNittyBanker, Patrik "FinddaGrind" Antonius, and Alexander "PostFlopAction" Kostritsyn. At his lowest point, Isildur1 was down close to $1.1m on the day, virtually wiping out his profits across Full Tilt and PokerStars over the previous few days.

However, this time his persistence paid off, and during the late evening and early hours of the morning, Isildur1 was able to write off the majority of his losses, ending his session down a little over $200k since the start of play yesterday (around $72k of this is counted for today's figures as it is from sessions started post-midnight).

Firstly, Isildur1 took a little back from Sauce1234, winning back $127k across three evening sessions. His biggest comeback, however, came at the 8-Game tables, where he was able to turn some big deficits into small wins, and in one marathon 8 hour session at table Cyber, he was eventually able to post a $535k win. During the last few hours, both Isildur1 and Polarizing were able to capitalize on a big +$700k downswing from newcomer "BigNittyBanker".

After being down $1.1m, Isildur1 ended the day down "just" $291.5k, and is so far up $73k today meaning that remarkably, he is even at Full Tilt since Monday morning.

Doorbread's early PLO efforts against Isildur1 made him the day's biggest winner with a $334.7k profit, with Sauce1234 close behind with a final tally of +$293k.

Over at PokerStars, NoelHayes bagged a big win, earning $225.8k at the $1k/$2k FLO8 tables. All of his profit came from a +$266k 2 hour session at table Unuk, where he played mostly heads-up against Phil "RaiseOnce" Ivey, although some of his profit came from Isildur1, who lost $76k in total at PokerStars yesterday.

The final six-figure winner of the day was Kyle "KPR16" Ray, won won $108.9k, with his profit coming from a $1k/$2k FLO8 session at table Epeios III where he played against Isildur1 and Matt "MUSTAFABET" Ashton.

Yesterday's Biggest Winners

Doorbread +$334.7k

Sauce1234 +$293k

NoelHayes +$225.8k

KPR16 +$108.9k

For all yesterday's results go to our results page, or for current action check out the live results section.


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