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Is Isildur1 using a fake alias on PokerStars?

There are some quite interesting rumors circulating in different forums at the moment. One of them is that Viktor Blom, whose sponsor deal with PokerStars is about to expire and also hasn't been seen playing on the site for quite some time, has been active lately under a fake nick. "Wilhasha", who has taking on everyone at the $50/$100 NLH tables, is rumored to have used account "drpill" on Full T[...]   Read more » Is Isildur1 using a fake alias on PokerStars?

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he is a gud player after all

we can only be jealous on him

     
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I think it's good that viktor started playing again at the hisg stakes plo cash tables on pokerstars, he won around 600k dollars, the biggest pot was over 200k Big Smile

The biggest loser was VietRussian who is around 230k down...

     
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isildur just dont play that often, thats why you dont see hime often in tables. Simple and easy. imagine if you have so much many, would you play every day?

     
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as you see he's back, so i don't think he played under a fake alias

     
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no one can be guaranteed that most of the pros aren't using x fake accounts- online poker is not the most reputable place in the world, so you can either accept that or go and find yourself a safe home game, with the local sharks...and get kicked in the head when they lose a couple tons...lol

     
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Yeah, I don't think he'd do that, surely he can make enough money without?

     
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lol.. Smile)

     
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