Blom Back On Song With $1.3 Won Whilst In London
Viktor “Isildur1” Blom is certainly having an action packed week, with him already being part of the PokerStars Vs Full Tilt Challenge match whilst currently taking part in the European Poker Tour London Main Event.
He has still found time amongst all of that to put some time into a bit of online high stakes action, with it proving to be an extremely good decision as he has banked $1.3 million over the last couple of days.
His winnings came from a selection of tables across this period, with him having sessions on the Triple Draw, Fixed Limit Omaha Hi/Lo and Pot Limit Omaha tables.
Blom is now officially on one of his massive upswings again, much like he was at the start of the year. He won a good $5 million in the first couple of weeks in 2013 before proceeding to lose around $4 million of it in the next month and a half afterwards. This seems to be forgotten now though as this $1.3 million won means he has now won $2.5 million within the last week alone to put him right back at the top of the highest earners in 2013 with regards to online play.
He now sits at $3.3 million in profit for the year, which is a whole $30k more than that of “PostFlopAction”.
His biggest victims were Ben “Bttech86” Tollerene who lost $725k to the Swede and “KPR16” who dropped around $400k. There were of course a few other players that lost amounts to Blom, though these two lost by far the most.
When Blom is playing, you can almost always guarantee large pots too, with this period being no exception.
The biggest was a $300k pot that he won from “Bttech86” after his opponent folded on the river to a re-raise from the Swede. Another between the pair saw “Isildur1” take a further $288.8k from his opponent after hitting a flush on the river.
The largest pot that he lost throughout the period was a $244.7k pot against the very same opponent when his trip twos were beaten by trip aces.
“Kagome Kagome” was the period’s next highest earner having profited to the tune of $315.7k with him taking the majority of it from “Gus Hansen”. “Jeans89” also had a good day at the virtual felt after banking an impressive $236.9k across at PokerStars.
The Largest Profits!
Kagome Kagome +$315.7k
These days the high stakes tables feel like the Viktor Blom show, though can he keep it up this time and make sure he doesn’t lose most of his profits? Follow us and we will let you know.