In this article, we deliver you a couple of selected poker videos of the past week.
Crazy 3-Way All-In Hand at WSOP PLO Event
Just now, Pot Limit Omaha is making big news in the poker world as Shaun Deeb has won his 5th WSOP gold bracelet in the $25K PLO event. However, this hand posted on PokerGO’s YouTube channel comes from just a few days earlier. This is from the final table at the $10K PLO event at the World Series (which is essentially the Main Event for Omaha players). In this hand, all 3 remaining players in the tournament go all in! Can Tommy Le, Jordan Spurlin, and Chris Sandrock skip the heads-up stage of a major tournament and decide the winner of the last 3 standing in just one deal? Watch it below to find out.
Insane Runner-Runner Aces Save Olivier Busquet’s Butt
This is a short little vintage vid from PokerStars. In the €50,000 Super High Roller at EPT Barcelona back in August 2014, Olivier Busquet decided to 3-bet all-in his 20 BB stack with A2 suited. Unfortunately for him, his opponent, Sven Reichardt from Germany, was holding the second best hand he could: pocket Kings. When the third King hit the flop, it meant that Busquet had less than a 1% chance of staying in the tournament. And who would have guessed, it figured – he caught runner-runner Aces for a higher full house. Needless to say, he went on to win the tournament for €896,434.
Durrrr VS. GMan at Hustlers
Last week, the Hustler Casino’s first high stakes cash game with poker legends went live. This week, the World Poker Tour shared what was possibly the most memorable hand of the night. Tom “durrrr” Dwan clashed with Garrett “G-Man” Adelstein in a massive, $110K pot. Dwan got the better of it with Quad Jacks over a broadway straight. However, Adelstein has something to be happy about as well: he saved himself a few grands with an astute fold on the river.
Rampage at Rounders
Ethan “Rapmapge Poker” Yau traveled down South to visit Texas, where there’s a bit of a poker boom right now. He played a live streamed session of $5/$10/$25 No Limit Texas Hold’em at the Rounders Poker Club in San Antonio, TX. You can re-live the action with commentary from the man himself, and see if he managed to book a win.