Just when it looked as if the unidentified Swedish high
stakes online poker ace Isildur1 was recovering this
week (see previous InfoPowa reports), he suffered a
serious reversal of fortunes on the Full Tilt virtual
Less than 24 hours after
leaving a successful session up $869 000, the Swedish
phenom was back at Full Tilt and facing off against Tom
Dwan, Justin Bonomo and Brian Townsend, all intent on
lightening his bankroll in a series of heads ups.
Dwan, who has been steadily receovering from a bad
patch this year, was the first to tackle Isildur1 in 166
hands of $200/$400 NLHE that saw Dwan profit by $33 000.
Bonomo confronted the Swede next, keen to recoup
some of the $567 000 he lost to him Tuesday. The duo
tangled for about an hour on six $100/$200 tables,
playing 881 hands that ended with Bonomo winning back
$233 521, according to MarketPulse reports.
this point Isildur1 suggested they get serious and move
to the $200/$400 NLHE tables, where a further 296 hands
was quickly played, but did not help Isildur1, who went
down a further $35 000 before Bonomo departed (he later
won another $360 000, this time from Dwan) to be
replaced by Brian Townsend.
Heads up on the
$200/$400 Pot-Limit Omaha tables, Isildur1 faced the
Cardrunners instructor, one of the architects of his
multi-million dollar demolition by Brian Hastings last
Over 934 hands that saw most of the night's
big pots, Townsend took the Swede for $651 000, leaving
him in the red overall for the night to the tune of $959
645. Biggest pot of the night was a $415 986 that went
The question now is, will
Isildur1 be back for more?