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?).
Now, after a few weeks of complete silence, he's once again back at the poker tables. But, unfortunately, it's on even lower stakes than last time - $0,25/$0.50 NL Holdem. Isildur1 sat down at the table with $10, which he lost later on after that his pair of kings was beaten by three of a kind 5's.
Not many poker players who have followed Isildur1 (including myself) from the beginning believe that he will make a comeback playing high stakes. But who knows? Some of the best poker players in the world said that Isildur1 has a huge talent and that he just need to take care of his bankroll and avoid playing so long sessions. Some of them even said that he easily could build up a bankroll of 1 million dollars in less than a year - with a small bankroll to start off with. Well, I think it will be hard for him to stay focused and play his very best game if he's going to play on these low stakes. The best thing for Isildur1 would probably be if someone (Tony G?) could stake him so that he could play at least $25/$50 or $50/$100. In other words, give him a last chance at the high stakes.
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