We recently reported a hand that saw Viktor Blom lose a good chunk of chips. We caught up with him to find him lose a little bit more.
A player opened to 2,600 from early position and received two calls. Viktor Blom mulled over a decision for a bit before three-betting the action to 10,800. It folded back around to the original raiser and he made it 27,700 to go. Action folded back to Blom and he wasted no time moving his hand into the muck.
After losing this pot Blom was sitting on a stack of 95,000.
A mere few hands later we returned to Blom's table to find him in the middle of the action once again. Blom opened for 2,600 only to have the player in the hijack three-bet to 6,800. The player on the button thought about it for a bit before folding and action folded back around to Blom.
The online prodigy four-bet the actoin to 13,300 and his opponent snap-moved all in. Blom sighed and found that he was in the quintessential race situation.
The board fell and Blom's opponent was able to pair his hand and win the race.
Blom is now sitting around 50,000 in chips.