Isildur1 Takes Revenge on Bttech86 - Wins $565k at CAP PLO

Sweet revenge for Isildur1 last night as he won $565k from Bttech86 at CAP PLO

After suffering a half million dollar loss to Ben "Bttech86" Tollerene yesterday at the $500/$1000 CAP PLO tables of Full Tilt, Isildur1 wreaked his revenge last night in a late night tussle which resulted in a $565k win for the Full Tilt Pro.

The pair actually started at the $200/$400 CAP tables but only played for a very brief 18 minute 3 table session in which Isildur1 took a quick $95k win. The big action didn't actually start for nearly another five hours.

When it did start it looked like Tollerene was picking up where he had left off as he raced to an incredible $350k lead in the first fifteen minutes of play. These games are always fast paced, but last nights encounter seemed to go at warp speed because in seemingly no time, Isildur1 had fought back to even the score.

Once again however, Ben went on a rampage, running well over EV to establish close to a half million dollar lead after around an hour of play. It very much looked like history repeating itself as twice before this week Isildur1 has run up a good six figure profit for the day before surrendering most of his winnings to Bttech86. This time, however, it was Isildur1's turn to run good as during the last half of the 1hr 45 minutes encounter the young Swede seemingly couldn't miss as he ran way above expectation and somehow turned a $475k deficit into a $470k win.

A near million dollar turnaround in such a short period must have shocked Tollerene, as unusually he chose to quit the tables rather than play on with Isildur a $565k winner across the $200/$400 and $500/$1000 games.

As mentioned earlier, Isildur1 went into the match already a substantial six figure winner, showing more than a $300k profit for the day.

Most of his early winnings had come from some heads up sessions of FLHE against jama-dharma which netted Isildur1 over $200k. He also did well in the FLO8 ring games, actually ending as the days biggest FLO8 winner with a +$148k showing. A small c.$50k win in a $150/$300 PLO ring game also added to his daily haul. His only overall loss came in the 2-7 Triple Draw games, although he actually pegged his TD losses back considerably towards the end of the day with a 66 hand $125k heads-up win against Phil "Polarizing" Ivey.

In total Isildur1 ended yesterday a $410k winner, although as much of his $500/$1000 battles with Bttech86 took place on tables which were opened past midnight server time he is actually showing an $880k profit for the past 24 hours play.

There was a also a big winner at PokerStars yesterday as knez1985 enjoyed a +$311.5k win, courtesy of two $50/$100 PLO heads-up tables. He won $174.7k playing 5tgb6yhn7 heads-up in a lengthy 5.5hr session and $130k heads-up in an even longer session which lasted close to 7 hours against MIKMIC888.

The other six figure winner at PokerStars was NLHE specialist, wilhasha, who won $139k at the $50/$100 tables, mainly playing heads-up against Sauce123 and alitiFC.

Sauce actually recouped all of his $107k losses at PokerStars playing as Sauce1234 over at Full Tilt, where he emerged a $135k winner playing $75/$150 and $150/$300 PLO, most of his winnings coming from Sam "S3 TRX" Trickett.

The only other six figure winner from yesterday's games was Kagome Kagome who won $175.7k at the 2-7 Triple Draw tables.

Yesterday's Biggest Winners

Isildur1 +$410.7k

knez1985 +$311.5k

Kagome Kagome +$175.7k

wilhasha +$139.2k

Check all all yesterday's results at our results page or for current action see our live results page




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