After three straight nights of losing to the unknown Swedish player, Dwan returned to Full Tilt last night and took seats on multiple $500/$1,000 NLH tables.
High-stakes player DjAdi sat across from Dwan, but only got to stay for 23 hands before Isildur1 crashed the game.
DjAdi gave up his seat and the fourth epic heads-up session in as many days was underway. This session turned out to be the shortest of the four with only 2,142 hands dealt.
But despite seeing only a fifth of the hands as the night before, Isildur1 still managed to win all five of the night's largest pots and take another $700k out of Dwan's roll.
In total, Dwan has lost over $3 million to Isildur1 in just four days.
With this loss added to his year's results, Dwan leapfrogs both Gus Hansen and LarsLuzak to take the top spot as this year's largest online loser at -$4.4 million.
Still in first place for profits on the year is Patrik Antonius, who also took on Isildur1 heads-up last night. The Finnish Full Tilt Pro sat for only 150 hands and came out of the session just above even with $3,000.
After last night's action Antonius is up $6.9 million on the year.
Below are the three largest pots from the latest heads-up session. To see more hands, head to MarketPulse.