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  • Isildur1 Loses over 3 Million Dollars at Full Tilt Poker

    Monday, December 14th, 2009 by t2admin

Full Tilt Poker has been smoking over the past few weeks as the top online poker pros are tearing up the high stakes tables. One poker pro in particular, the mystery pro Isildur1, has been on a losing streak and it has only gotten worse. Recently the mystery poker player lost over 3 million dollars to Cardrunner pro Brian Hastings.

Isildur1 had lost quite a bit over the past few weeks but last week the mystery pro had earned his loses back, well over $3.1 million. so just when it was looking good, things started to go bad; very bad. This past Tuesday Isildur1 started playing at the Jungleman12 at the $100/$200 NLHE and took him for $471,000.

After winning a good size amount, Isildur1 moved on to face Brian Townsend at the $500/$1,000 tables at Full Tilt Poker. The two would play for over four hours before Townsend would end up with over $3 million. the two would complete over 2,500 hands of poker. The largest pot of the night was up over $700,000.

Isildur1 looked good as he competed with Townsend on several of the Pot Limit Omaha tables at Full Tilt, after he earned almost one million from Townsend. But after that it was all downhill. Townsend went on a Roll and ended up taking $4.2 million, with four pots worth $500,000 and several over $400,000. End the end Townsend would end up earning over $3 million from Isildur1 before taking off.

In chat conversations Isildur1 stated several times that indicated how badly the night was going. He commented: “this is not happening” and “take my last $$ I don’t want it”. It was a rough night and most likely really hurt the bankroll of the mystery player, but he is sure to be back for more in the coming days. It will be interesting to see if he can earn back what he has lost.




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