Viktor Blom wins partypoker MILLIONS Germany

An iconic win for the high stakes pro and the tour as Isildur1 takes down €850,000 in Rozvadov after making a massive call.

Viktor Blom wins partypoker MILLIONS
Viktor Blom

The runaway success that is the partypoker MILLIONS tour reached a new height yesterday as it crowned infamous Swedish nosebleed star Viktor 'Isildur1' Blom its most recent champion.

The partypoker MILLIONS Germany (Held in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, for regulatory reasons) attracted 1,022 entrants - another big field for the relatively new series. 

While he is much more considered an online cash game legend, Viktor Blom has many times proven his MTT chops. He won the $100,000 PCA Super High Roller in 2012 for $1,254,400 and boasts a WCOOP title and the SCOOP Main Event among his many online wins. 

But this is his first major large field live tournament win, which he took down after a chop heads-up with Pavel Plesuv, ending it with this massive call:

The story of his win might be even more infamous in poker folklore if this story from partypoker pro and PokerStrategist pleno1 is to be taken at face value:

Next up for partypoker MILLIONS is the Barcelona event starting on April 7.

partypoker MILLIONS Germany
Position Player Prize
1st Viktor Blom €850,000*
2nd Pavel Plesuv €750,000*
3rd Rickie Silcock €400,000
4th Joao Simao €280,000
5th Radoslaw Wesierski €200,000
6th Ondrej Drozd €140,000
7th Aristeidis Moschonas €100,000
8th Niko Wieland €70,000
1,022 entrants

*Denotes heads-up deal

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  • CucumbaMan


    How is Blom running recently? A few years ago he went broke, is that right?
  • BarryCarter


    Based on Patrick's tweet he was broke at the start of the week
  • CucumbaMan


    Oh right, thanks I didn't check the date on Patrick's tweet. Viktor must have nerves of steel then, the anti-tilt machine.
  • tonypmm


    Isn't Viktor still sponsored by Unibet?

    I guess he just hadn't taken all of his cash to Rozvadov. He wasn't broke, he was just in a liquidity crisis.
  • BarryCarter


    No I think he has just been a special guest or at least a short term sponsor. He is very friendly with them