Isildur1 back up over $2 million in profit for the year

Patrik Antonius
Patrik Antonius loses more back to Isildur1.

On top of $160k won playing $500/$1,000 No-Limit Hold'em, Isildur1 took Patrik Antonius for $536k Thursday night.

After dumping off most of his $5 million in profits just a week after he had made it, Isildur1 has spent the last week attempting to climb his way back. And with last night's profit added to his roll, the unknown Swede is almost half way there, back up over $2.2 million.

The night started with Isildur1 playing $300/$600 PLO against Antonius and Rafi "howisitfeellike" Amit. Amit stuck around for 100 hands before leaving with $181k profit, most of which came from Antonius.

After reaking even over another couple hundred hands, the players chose to move up to the nosebleed stakes for the remainder of the night. For the next hour and a half, Isildur1 took on unknown UK player DjAdi at at the Hold'em tables and Antonius at PLO, crushing both.

Despite winning the largest pot of their match, DjAdi lost over $160k. But Antonius had an even worse go of it, losing both of the session's largest pots and finishing his night down over half a million. With his six-max losses factored in, Antonius booked a $688k loss.

Isildur1 left the tables with $667k profit, continuing his current winning streak.

Below are the three largest pots from the night. You can watch more hands replayed by heading to MarketPulse .


Antonius was drawing very slim.



Flop a set, win a quarter million.



Flop a set, lose a quarter million.


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