Viktor Blom

Viktor Blom ( born September 26, 1990 in Rånäs, Norrtälje, Sweden), better known as Isildur1, is a Swedish poker player. He was known for his unusually high return on investment and its high- stakes games on Full Tilt Poker. From January 2011 to August 2012 he was sponsored by PokerStars Team Pro member. and since October 2012 he is announced as the representative of wiedereröffnenden platform Full Tilt Poker.

September 16, 2009 Blom played for the first time on the platform Full Tilt Poker under his user name Isildur1. He challenged well-known professional players like Phil Ivey, Tom Dwan and Patrik Antonius in the highest possible blind inserts. Until 15 November 2009 he won as a gain of about 5 million U.S. dollars. Its very aggressive way to play poker and his bad bankroll management, however, led to the fact that he pissed away the money recovered quickly and by October 2010 even played empty his account. In the first two weeks of 2013, Blom won over 3.5 million dollars in high-stakes games on Full Tilt Poker. At times, his win was even more than 5.1 million U.S. dollars.

Blom has been involved in the twelve largest ever online poker played pot. The largest he lost on November 21, 2009, compared Patrik Antonius in the value of 1,356,947 U.S. dollars. With a £ 10,000 No Limit Texas Holdem Event of the World Series of Poker Europe in London, he reached the 16th place and received a cash prize of 33,582 pounds sterling. Long been puzzled about his identity until he revealed on 8 January 2011, this at PokerStars Caribbean Adventure.

In January 2012, Blom won the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure $ 100,000 Super High Roller event. It was Blom's first win in a live tournament. His prize money was U.S. $ 1,254,400.