Isildur1 crushes Cole South for $500k

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The rivalry between Isildur1 and Cole South continues to heat up after yet another bloodbath on Full Tilt Poker last night.

Only this time it was Isildur1 holding the knife as he beat the CardRunners pro out of nearly $500k.

Last night's edition of the online rivalry started off with the two players playing $100/$200 and $200/$400 Pot-Limit Omaha.

As usual, South proved to be the stronger PLO player, making over $84k in just 112 hands before Isildur1 called it quits.

Isildur1 returned to the tables three hours later to play a lengthy session of $50/$100 No-Limit Hold'em against unknown online player URnotINdanger2. Isildur1 took the unknown for over $60k before getting back in touch with South for round two.

Isildur1, who understands his strength is NLH, argued that the two should play Hold'em since they already played PLO earlier that day. Up over $84k from earlier, South had no choice but to accept.

The two players sat at $200/$400 NLH, and after two hours and more than 2,000 hands, Isildur1 had utterly destroyed South for almost $600k.

At the end of the night, Isildur1 had made a $574k profit, all but $74k of which came from South.

Below are the biggest hands from the NLH battle or you can head to MarketPulse to get your fill.

That's the suck!

Bluff fail.

No diamonds left to come.

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