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Tag: Viktor Blom

Blom Gone

Viktor Blom opened to 6,500 preflop from the cutoff and Dimitar Danchev made it 18,500 on the button. Blom responded by moving all in and Danchev sighed, rechecked his cards then made the call.

Blom Three-Bets Vamplew

There has been a lot of three-betting so far today, looks like they means business in what promises to be an action packed first few levels.

Blom and Colman Re-Buy; Three More Hands Tonight

In what is not exactly shock news, Viktor Blom and Daniel Colman have bought back in to the tournament, as has Bryn Kenney . Three more hands of play has just been announced.

Blom and Colman Bust

Daniel Colman can’t win then all. Unless he re-enters and wins that is. Colman had got a little short and a shove with got looked up by Philippe D`Auteuil holding . The cards fell and Colman hurried for the exit.

Viktor Blom Eliminated

We've not seen many players as patient as Viktor Blom yesterday. For someone so used to swings, constant action and a lot of adrenaline, we imagined he might rush when finding himself short stacked, but we were proven wrong.

Loosli Spikes It, Doubles

Ariel Celestino opened the betting for 2,000 and a still angry Artem Litvinov slammed down the calling chips. Viktor Blom madethe call on the button and small blind Sylvain Loosli moved all in for 25,900.

One Full Tilt Professional is Gone

It's back to the virtual felt for Viktor "Isildur1" Blom, who has been eliminated from the 2014 PokerStars and Monte-Carlo® Casino EPT Grand Final €10,600 Main Event.

Viktor’s House

Three players were fighting over a 10k pot. They had got to the turn of a board reading . Viktor Blom was in the big blind and he checked it to Mikal Blomlie who bet 2,300. Adam Joseph Reynolds folded but Blom made the call.

Blom Bets His Ace

Table 3 isn't too easy a table. The EPT Grand Final is a tough tournament, but this table takes it to extremes.

Viktor "Isildur1" Blom's Feature Table Appearance Short But Not So Sweet

Viktor "Isildur1" Blom was recently moved to the feature table, something he's not fond of, but his stay there was short. Blom shoved his last 98,000 from the button after Robert Haigh had opened for 13,000 from early position.

Blom Triples, Courtesy of Bussman

Fabio Sperling from Germany made it 9,000 under the gun and a couple positions down Adrian Bussman made the call. From the button Viktor Blom shoved all in for the remaining 28,000 he had.

Good Start For Blom

Full Tilt's Professional Viktor Blom got off to a nice start after winning a small pot right off the bat. The board read when Blom bet 6,500 and his opponent, Jean-Philippe Rohr, made the call in position.

Welcome to Viktor’s Table

With a steady stream of eliminations so far today, tables are breaking and players are being assigned new seats. Any hard earned information about player tendancies and stack sizes has to be learnt anew.

Everybody Knows Viktor

Viktor Blom made the opening raise and called the small blind shove of Ami Barer. We got to the table as Blom had his in front of him versus the of Barer. The final board was and Blom’s patient approach reaped the rewards.

Wheeler's Chips are Smoked

Jason Wheeler and Viktor "Isildur1" Blom each put in 2,600 preflop and took a flop of . Blom was first to act and wasted little time in checking it over to Wheeler, who tossed out a bet of roughly 4,000.

Blom Makes the Call

Viktor Blom, a Full Tilt Poker Professional, opened for 375 and found two callers in Ziga Jamnikar on the button and Jens Lakemeier in the small blind, both PokerStars players.

Blom Check Calls

Blom is known for his super aggressive play and over sized bets from time to time when playing no-limit hold'em. He does know a different gear than warp speed 9.

Blom Here Early

“Shuffle up and deal.” announced the Tournament Director. On table 34 sat two players Ziga Jamnikar, a PokerStars player from Slovenia, and Full Tilt Poker Professional Viktor Blom.

Blom Crippled, Then Eliminated

Rono Lo was all in for 167,000 with the and in dominating position against the for Viktor Blom. The board ran out , and Blom was crippled to 22,000 in chips. On the next hand, Blom moved all in for 21,000 from middle position.

Ivey Chips Up a Little More

From under the gun, Phil Ivey raised to 3,000. Viktor Blom called from the next seat, then Philipp Gruissem called from the big blind. From there, the three players were prompted with an flop, and everyone checked.

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