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Isildur1 Books Loss, Dwan Gaining Ground
After a long day of short sessions, Isildur1 logged off for the night booking another loss, this time to the tune of $229k.
Over the course of the day the unknown Swede played 11 sessions of Pot-Limit Omaha at limits ranging from $25/$50 to $200/$400.
Although there was some six-max sessions scattered throughout, the majority of Isildur1’s 3,638 hands came from playing heads-up against CardRunners pro Cole South.
Over 3,217 hands of heads-up, South took over $238k from the Swede.
The majority of Isildur1’s heads-up losses came from a 924 hand session of $100/$200 PLO where he dumped close to $158k.
The largest pot, worth $126,391, went to South after getting it all in on the flop with an over-pair Aces against Isildur1’s combo draw. Isildur1 bricked the turn, and South hit a third ace on the river to take it.
Thanks to small profits from his various six-max games, Isildur1 was able to make back close to $10k of his heads-up losses, logging off for the day down $229k. As of the end of this session, Isildur1 is down a total $2.6 million on the year.
Tom “durrrr” Dwan was also back at the felt, playing Hold’em and Omaha across a variety of limits from $25/$50 to $100/$200.
His latest session ran from Sunday evening until midday Monday over 7,043 hands. Dwan put away over $107k worth of profit.
Unfortunately, this $107k is only a very small step towards getting back to even on the year. With yesterday’s profit, Dwan is still down almost $6.1 million. He's currently playing in the WPT Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic in Las Vegas.
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Below are three of yesterday’s largest pots, head to MarketPulse to see more.