After a not-so-good weekend at PokerStars nosebleed tables, Viktor "Isildur1" Blom was back in business on Tuesday night. Blom played $100/$200 Pot Limit Omaha against a number of regulars - most of them from the Nordic countries. Anyhow, the young Swede had a fantastic day and managed to take down quite a few big pots. The biggest one, however, was against the Finnish poker pro Ilari "Ilari FIN" Sahamies and a player called "refaelamit".
Here's how the hand was played out:
refaelamit raised to $600, and Isildur1 re-raised to 2,100. Ilari FIN called. refaelamit went all in for $6,285. Isildur1 re-raised to $21,155. Ilari FIN called.
Flop came 35K
Ilari checked to Isildur1. Isildur1 went all in for $39,075 and Ilari FIN decided to call.
Ilari Fin AJK2
Turn was the 6 and gave Isildur1 the flush. The turn card was the 7 and Isildur1 took home the pot of $126,000.
Sahamies, whose been running extremely bad for a very long time, got his revenge a while later when he picked up a pot of $103,000 against Blom. However, Blom still managed to get away with a profit of about $140,000, which eliminated a big chunk of what he lost last weekend.