Viktor Blom Drops $3.6M Since Mid-January
Profits Slipping Away For Swedish Poker Pro
Was it inevitable?
Viktor “Isildur1” Blom managed to crush the competition on Full Tilt Poker during the first two weeks of January, accelerating at light speed to a profit of more than $5 million on the year. However, since then, the young poker pro has dropped about $3.6 million of those winnings, according to tracking data from HighstakesDB.com.
He currently has just around $1.5 million in earnings for 2013.
The past seven days were some of the worst for the Swedish poker pro, as he lost more than $800,000 at the virtual tables on the site he endorses.
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