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Hustler Casino Live poker show MrBeast local tycoon tipping dealers big! If you didn't watch the Hustler Casino Live poker show on the night of May 1, you might have missed the best Texas Hold'em live stream ever, the WSOP event team reports.
Over 100,000 viewers watched pros Tom Dwan and Phil Hellmuth compete against a table of influencers from Twitch and YouTube. Alan Keating may have created the highest loss in a game of the night for $100/$200 No Limit Hold'em.
Keating has become a regular on HCL, losing more than $1.1 million at the mostly amateur table. In contrast, chess star Alexandra Botez won $458,000, and she is no small feat.
MrBeast, one of YouTube's most popular celebrities of all time, was also the night's winner, earning over $430,000. The same goes for Ludwig, another YouTube influencer, who is the third player to earn more than $400,000.
As for the pros, the night wasn't a good night for them. Hellmuth is accused of using an out-of-the-table move against Twitch influencer Slime in a hand that cost him $96,400.
Hellmuth was heavily criticized by many professional poker players on social media after the event. Dwan didn't make much money at all on a loose table, and he didn't have a good hand most of the night, but he ended up making $26,000.
The final result of the night was as follows:
Picking the best hands of the night was difficult because every hand seemed unbelievable frankly. Each player came to the table with a buy-in of $50,000, but they kept increasing their stacks throughout the night. Keating lost three buy-ins in the hour and lost all shoves due to questionable play.
The hype surrounding the game was no exaggeration, and the action at the poker table did not disappoint the audience. The poker community has been tweeting about the best poker stream we've ever seen.
In one of the most memorable hands, Ninja came back to life with 77 against Hellmuth's JJ, the flop came KAJ and the last two cards were queens and 10s, and Ninja came back to life to split the pot.
Ninja said that if he lost that hand, he would be out of the game. But the backdoor Shunja kept him alive, and he ended up making $142,000 that night.
Less than an hour into the tournament, many players saw their stacks increase significantly. Ludwig played well for most of the night and won a big pot in a three-way all-in pot.
He had K♥ K♣, Ninja had J♥ J♦, and Keating had A♥ Q♠.
The final board was 8♥ 6♥ 10♦ 7♥ 2♠ and Ludwig won.
Keating played more than 85% of the cards he was dealt, and was out of luck.
For example, he calls Slime's A♣ 6♣ all-in with A♥ J♦, then the first deal is 4♥ 6♥ 4♣ A♠ Q♣ and the second deal is 7♣ 8♣ 7♠ 10 ♣ Q♥, Keating lost the entire pot.
But he also made some interesting decisions. For example, he 3-bet 9♠ 4♥ preflop for $154,600.
MrBeast called with Q♥ J♣. Neither pair had a pair, and MrBeast's queen-high won a big $300,000 pot.
Botez, who has more than 1.1 million followers on Twitch, showed off her poker prowess that night. He called Slime's (7♠ 4♣) all-in with J♦ 10♦ on a 4♠ 3♦ J ♣ 5♣ board. Keating followed up with J♠ 7♣.
Then the river came A♣, Botez and Keating both checked and Botez won a big $279,000 pot.
MrBeast had some trouble at first and repeated buy-ins a few times. In a $213,000 pot, he moved all-in preflop with Q♦ Q♣ and Ludwig's J♠ J♦.
But the board was J♥ K♦ A♣ 2♥ K♣ and Ludwig got away with winning the match.
All-in without checking cards preflop
On the final hand of the night, Keating and MrBeast agreed to shove all their chips without checking, and played a pot of nearly $400,000. The flop came J♥ 10♥ 4♥ and the backstage showed MrBeast's K♦ K♣.
Commentator David Tuchman asked: “Are you kidding me?”
The turn is J♠ and the river is 2♣. Keating then showed his 7♣ 7♠. MrBeast took the pot and tipped the dealer $10,000.
Keating had a chance to recover some losses, but the all-in cost him more than $1.1 million for the night. To his credit, Keating was smiling all night, despite his repeated injuries over the course of eight hours.
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