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AmSoGood Makes a Quick $117k from Viktor ‘Isildur1' Blom at PokerStars online PLO tables

Tags: AmSoGood, high stakes, Viktor Blom
Posted on 26 March 2018 by "T".
On March 21, 2018 Wednesday, player AmSoGood made a quick but sweet $117,000 off of Viktor ‘Isildur1' Blom after defeating him at a heads-up PLO match in the wee hours that day. The two sat down just after midnight struck at a $200/$400 PLO table, and they then had a second go at it a quarter of an hour after that. Their total session lasted for only 37 minutes, had 80 hands total on the fi[...]   Read more » AmSoGood Makes a Quick $117k from Viktor ‘Isildur1' Blom at PokerStars online PLO tables

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This is amazing that their session lasted for just over half an hour. To win so much money in such a short time is mind blowing and he must have won a lot of the hands played

     
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first place in this top played two sessions and won 117 k dollars but 2-4 positions have played 5 sessions with many hands and with lower profits if we compare with 1st. Very interesting nick of that player so far i have not heard of him but i congratulate him for the result of that day.

     
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"AmSoGood" won a great deal of money in such a short period of time. Pot Limit Omaha (PLO) is an insanely high variance game. I guess I have heard of "AmSoGood" before somewhere but I don't recall his/her nationality. Is he/she from Canada?

     
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I am not sure Tony,..but i bellieve i see him ore her from full tilt?

     
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Viktor 'Isildur1' Blom again does what he has been doing for a long time .... in a very short time he loses a huge amount of money .... I read about the beginning of his career and his big winnings and big losses .... so I do not at all surprised by this news ... good luck Viktor 'Isildur1' Blom Worship

     
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well this was a typical pot limit Omaha hand if you ask me, both dudes had a legit hand and considering that this was a heads up match I kinda feel that both of them made the correct move just that as in every other situation only one of dudes was rewarded.

     
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I read now somewhere and you are right, this AmSoGood is from Canada of course... Angry How bizarre these players are... Angry Many players who are part of this country have earned impressive sums in the past... Angry Strange is this company who owns pokerstars is from Canada... Angry Many of these players practice the same strategy... Angry everything is done with great care Angry Rational group... Angry

     
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Yes this sime big money these players are playing from, to win or to lose 100,000 of dollars is kne session or maybe two or three is very big money, and you have to be very rich to br playing sych high stakes. I personally would like to try such games too but have no bankroll

     
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Very nice Gerimantas. Who does not want to play at the big stakes? I think everyone wants this, but unfortunately it is not possible. In pokerstars are many experienced players who could get there but they are bad luck because of the software. If they had money, they also played big stakes. Anyway players with experience even if playing at high or low stakes are favored by software in my opinion.

     
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It was a hit for isildur, but one one that can hurt his bankroll.
He has lots of money won so far.
He is a good player, with big wins over the years.
It wont take him too long to get that money back and even a profit.
Just a minor step back.

     
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I would not be suprised if these frequent money dumps at the high stakes cash tables by isildur would be just that he could keep his VIP level status overall at PS. His bread and butter never came from twenty minute sessions for sure - his style was always about wear somebody down till he could beat them by the sheer variance during a long run. This is just weird and uneven, also not the first it happened with him.

     
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ouch. well, theres plenty of players who hit a set and got rivered at omahaha, including me. would be interessting to see their betting structure.

btw, who is anti-durrr lol ? funny



     
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I like the style of this professional player isildur1. I have watched a few games in the past with him. He was an excellent player from an early age. It was a short time when i hated him but after a while i understood him. Isildur made a call with j 8 and i was eliminated but this is another story.

     
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very well played and very well pulled in what luck ne because hit the river of 105k dollars and dream more do what isuldur stayed as mem ai haha he back and get this money in double I am sure of it

     
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Keep in mind that theese high stakes players can go up or down hundreds of K each day,especial Isildur,who has an aggressive style of play and has the money to play so.'' Strange is this company who owns pokerstars is from Canada.."'Where are the headquarters of a company has nothing to do with the fact that a site is stealing a winning hand with the river card.This a common practise of all sites,today is you,next day is somebody else,and the end of the month the loosers are players,due to rake paid .

     
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