It’s going to be really hard to top the previous Top hands of the Week article, featuring the infamous J4 hand. But there’s more to poker than just Robbi&Garret and a lot has happened since then.
Today’s article is titled From Zero to Hero. Well to be frank, Daniel Negreanu was never really at zero, but he was having quite a rough year or two poker-wise, and this hand was a cherry on top of his downswing.
It's the stone bubble for @RealKidPoker as he gets in it with aces against @Sdavies22 jacks.— PokerGO (@PokerGO) October 3, 2022
A jack on the flop spells the end for Negreanu and he finishes the 2022 Poker Masters with just one cash.
The final six are now in the money.
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Nobody likes losing with Aces on a pure bubble of a $50k tournament and Negreanu gave this funny interview after his elimination.
And oh boy what a foreshadowing this was. Daniel really dominated the Super High Roller Bowl and won $3.3 million. But not before this ridiculous hand happened…
We have no idea what’s happening in the new episode of No Gamble, No Future, but we suspect these players might not be 100% sober. Just a hunch.
The 🍫 is kicking in for everyone as Jimmy D sees moving chips and @NickSchulman cannot figure out what to do with the K-high flush draw.— PokerGO (@PokerGO) October 12, 2022
Things are definitely getting weird on the new episode of No Gamble, No Future.
⏯ - Watch now on PokerGO: https://t.co/ZSiKs0GqA4 pic.twitter.com/ZWkZ0T2aBL
Should we even post Hustler Live Casino hands at this point? It’s technically not a hand, so let’s do it. Player called Wesley bought in with a $1 million into 5/5 game with $100 ante. Why? BECAUSE HE CAN.
For the first time in @HCLPokerShow history, someone bought in $1 MILLION tonight!!!@CryptoApprenti1 bought in $1 MILLION in the $5/5 + $100 BB ante game— Hustler Casino Live (@HCLPokerShow) October 5, 2022
If you missed it, watch it here: https://t.co/WMPDv7mOMz pic.twitter.com/IbxSWP39RA
Poker players are a weird breed. On one hand we’re celebrating prematurely with 72.2% equity, on the other we’re sweating profusely with 99.9%. We’ve all been there.
Premature celebration is an affliction that affects many poker players and can be very embarrassing for all concerned. pic.twitter.com/a23GXoqsMp— Fintan Hand (@EasyWithAces) September 20, 2022