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High Stakes: Isildur1 on very low stakes

Isildur1 probably doesn't need a closer presentation since he was the most talked-about person in the end of 2009 thanks to the millions of dollars he won and lost in no-time. Anyhow, we all know that Isildur1 ended up losing everything he had won, and also that he lost about 2 million dollars from his own bankroll. After this, Isildur1 disappeared from the high stakes scene for a while, and then [...]   Read more » High Stakes: Isildur1 on very low stakes

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he is only 19... i think he needs to mature and see what the world is all about because he got greedy and didnt control his game. when you dont control yourself playing poker thats just a death wish.

     
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I wish some poker pro could stake me too so I could have a stab at $50/$100

     
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Too fast, too fast.. probably he hadn't enough exeprience to stand high stake pressure. I'm sure he saved a part of his earnings but seems to me he made a round on a rollercoaster

     
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I don't believe for one second he's lost all his money.

Who said he was only 19 btw?

     
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Last chance at high stakes?

If he is really the person everyone thinks he is, than he will have a lot of time playing high stakes poker in the future.

     
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Well, i think we will not see Isildur1 anymore at high stakes poker, as I believe he has given his account to someone else, and probably will return with a new nickname and on other site than FTP.

     
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He is not profesional lol... He started to play in High limits SB500$ BB1000$ and ended SB 0,25$ BB 0,5$.. When Poker Pro starts from 0,25/0,5 and stay at 100/200

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JoeJeavons Tony G said that he is 19years old

     
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My god! I can't believe it! It's for sure that it's not a good time for Isildur1. If he goes on playing at $0.25/$0.50 maybe it's a good time to play against a pro without risk of losing too much money

     
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one last time....its not victor blom!its his father

mayb not the smallstack action but the highstakes games are all played by his dad

     
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Hello everybody!
If it is found that not even a single person but a group of players.

The next time for new posts! I Smile

     
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Insane to start your career at the highest stakes. In hindsight, hid style of play closely resembles some of the hyper aggressive fish newbies down here at the microlimits. IE: Pushing preflop at any time with any 2 cards without rhyme or reason.

     
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He is just dumping, chances are he gets RB, so each 4 weeks or so he will get his RB and dump it.
Does anyone think he would put more money in to a site that clearly stated that he was cheated yet not gave him compensation.
The guy had money to start wiith to just join FT and go str8 to HS, very little is known about him.
And I very much doubt you will see him play HS at FT, but im sure you will catch him on outher sites.
The guy had 2 mill yes lost it but he had it and im sue he has more, who would he care about $400 etc.

     
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Hope for him he wasn't stupid enough to actually lose ALL of his money. If he did, he is a stupid little fukker and he doesn't deserve a staked new chance.

     
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il stake him 5 dollars Smile

     
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Poor guy...I still can't believe how much he managed to lose in those few months of internet poker fame. Anyone knows where he got his initial stake/bankroll?

     
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Im pretty sure hes totally out of money and only play for the sake of playing ... very bad gambling addiction.

But where did he get all the money from the start ? Most likely like this guy http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Molony

The new stu ungar ... i guess in a couple of years when everybody have totally forgotten about him people will say that he is the best poker player that has ever lived (or is living).

I dont feel sorry for this guy at all ...

Edited by Davoodoo (28 January 2010 @ 21:20 GMT)


     
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might just be playing so low to see what all the curtain twitchers in the street that never have and never will play at the level he aspired too are gossiping about now.

     
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maybe he havent lost all his money but he take a break of poker after losing alot of money and maybe in few month he will be at the high stake scene with all the other pros
like durrr and phil ivey.

     
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Posted by Davoodoo:
Im pretty sure hes totally out of money and only play for the sake of playing ... very bad gambling addiction.

But where did he get all the money from the start ? Most likely like this guy http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Molony

The new stu ungar ... i guess in a couple of years when everybody have totally forgotten about him people will say that he is the best poker player that has ever lived (or is living).

I dont feel sorry for this guy at all ...

you have either no clue about poker or you didnt follow him playing holdem...
the guy is a genius and he will be back for sure... im just hoping he stops playing plo, its just not his game... Sleepy

     
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Isildur1 probably doesn't need a closer presentation since he was the most talked-about person in the end of 2009 thanks to the millions of dollars he won and lost in no-time. Anyhow, we all know that Isildur1 ended up losing everything he had won, and also that he lost about 2 million dollars from his own bankroll. After this, Isildur1 disappeared from the high stakes scene for a while, and then he returned a few weeks later playing $5/$10 NL. This time, the unknown Swede lost about $400 and didn't seem to care about the money at all (who can blame him

He got lucky and then got greedy, he wont make it again

     
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