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  • PokerStars
    PokerStars  4 months ago +108

    Do you think Haenraets has the potential to become a pro? 🔥

    • Simon
      Simon 26 days ago

      @Again Banglue agreed

    • Again Banglue
      Again Banglue 26 days ago

      @Владимир Ломаев live poker? Yes.

    • Again Banglue
      Again Banglue 26 days ago

      @Simon its called hot run

    • Jbird3576
      Jbird3576 27 days ago

      Absolutely not lmao, every highlight was him shoving and getting lucky for it

  • Gabriel Romero
    Gabriel Romero 4 months ago +417

    Good sport. I like how he was polite to his opponent after winning big hands.
    edit: finished the video that all-in with ATo was terrible but well played otherwise to the qualifier

    • bobcatwelder00
      bobcatwelder00 Month ago +1

      the 8 /7 of diamonds allin to hit the straight against the pocket pair kings was a wild call but lucky river

    • Will Page
      Will Page 3 months ago

      IKR he did well but I am puzzled by his A10 jam. He will regret that on FT bubble for sure.

    • moo yoo
      moo yoo 3 months ago +1

      AQ till A2 in early position or having a deepstack is always a disaster you win small pot with toppair or lose a big one vs a set/straight or two pair

  • MELOW MAURICE
    MELOW MAURICE 4 months ago +831

    This dude should play the lottery

    • Eren Yalçın
      Eren Yalçın Month ago

      @hokayleesan Not much difference between tournament and cash games, both are about doing the optimal play that makes you profit on the long run

    • J
      J 2 months ago

      Poker is a lucky game as long as u know what beats what

    • Vineleak
      Vineleak 3 months ago +2

      poker is mostly a glorified lottery

  • BrotWurst
    BrotWurst 4 months ago +229

    7:44 "im sorry dude" multiple times like a fair and honest gentleman. recognizes that he has slightly misread his value / the value of his opponent. and realizing that he just got lucky with only 3 outs left

    • lordifandk
      lordifandk 4 days ago

      I had to literally pause the video and look at all the visible cards both on table and on their hands and try and see why he would go all in with such a hand, combined with what was on the table, and i could not make heads or tails of it, unless he really was just hoping for either the unlikely king would appear or if he thought that his opponnent would fold due to the high stake bet, but that seemed unlikely given what was on the table and what his opponent knew he had on his hand, no chance of a straight, no chance of a flush. He was indeed just lucky that king appeared.

    • suibora par
      suibora par Month ago

      You should NEVER apologize in poker. If you were really sorry then you would give back the chips you just won. Otherwise its just rubbing salt in the wound

    • Renzan Fortineri
      Renzan Fortineri Month ago

      @David Borg
      I think this statement is only true if the game still in play.
      He apology to him after the game already ended
      Enemies in game
      Just a bro outside of game

    • BrotWurst
      BrotWurst 3 months ago +1

      @SunnySunGER dann hast du ne toxische gambler-mentalität

  • splodead
    splodead 4 months ago +211

    More aces today than Roger Federer playing against a 10 year old.

  • Shadow, who games
    Shadow, who games 4 months ago +261

    “Mike McDonald had two outs, and now he needs them both”
    Brutal 💀

    • TechnoFeeling
      TechnoFeeling Month ago

      @curnath he is always like that

    • curnath
      curnath 3 months ago +5

      How does one even come up with that on the fly? :D

  • Dustin Ferguson
    Dustin Ferguson 4 months ago +70

    That's so good for the game of poker to have 'no name' players winning like this. I love it.

  • Will Page
    Will Page 4 months ago +145

    Huge congrats to him. Stood his ground. He will rue the decision to blow his wad on the bubble with A10 off. When the experts talk about applying bubble pressure they mean with a stack; oh and against anyone else and especially when he raises in EP. But seriously, what a performance for $82.

    • moo yoo
      moo yoo 3 months ago

      @Will Page absolutely no fan of AQ and hands like AK AJ A10 KQ KJ QJ off suit I play 1000bb deep cashgames where you most of the times play toppair topkicker and in cashgames I play suited Ax suited pocketpairs and suited connectors like 67 or 10J suited perfect hands to hit nutstraights/flushes and sets or flop nothing at all.

    • Will Page
      Will Page 3 months ago +1

      @moo yoo Yeah I can see maybe AQ suited but A10 off is too wide ...

    • Will Page
      Will Page 3 months ago

      @Jsper I'll try but it will be difficult.

    • Jsper
      Jsper 3 months ago

      Stop tryna sound smart buddy

    • Ayoub Kaboul
      Ayoub Kaboul 3 months ago

      It's 82 Euros so technically 92$

  • frozeNatra
    frozeNatra 4 months ago +101

    He was running hot, got lucky with 7% equity once, but basically self-destroyed the 2nd time blowing away FT opportunity where he shouldn't hesistate to fold at all. Chance of a lifetime.

    • sdtok
      sdtok 28 days ago +1

      @JOhn Doe In poker you should judge plays on the given information at time of play. Not on the result.

    • Santeri Koho
      Santeri Koho Month ago

      In the very start of the video I think it said "a banker from Netherlands". So basically, I think he has a pretty good yearly salary anyway. Yeah it was a very great chance but I think it wont haunt him. After the first disappointment he will understand that 92k is very good amount and he will be happy about that

    • JOhn Doe
      JOhn Doe 3 months ago +9

      @Bartholomew Lyons ? his very first tournament and he's walking away with well over 100 grands

    • Bartholomew Lyons
      Bartholomew Lyons 4 months ago +3

      He should learn from this and quit playing poker for life

    • Ualisson Carlos
      Ualisson Carlos 4 months ago

      I agree

  • 98802ohhey
    98802ohhey 3 months ago +17

    Damn nick seems like a cool dude, great play, took the loss and was kind when the new guy was reeling in a little bit of excitement. True gents

  • The Gray
    The Gray 4 months ago +166

    82 Euros to 92,000 Euros, that's why we play.

    • sdtok
      sdtok 28 days ago +3

      That is also why pokerstars love to highlight online qualifiers, promise the dream.

  • Aljaž K. - SI
    Aljaž K. - SI 3 months ago +4

    That last play was too ballsy, but his overall game was pretty decent, with a lot of luck.
    All in all, he more took away more than 1000x more than what he invested, I would call that a win any day.

  • sküll düggery
    sküll düggery Month ago +6

    if that last hand played out on pokerstars, the run out would've been all 10's; giving haenraets 5 of a kind.

  • Sissy Ntala
    Sissy Ntala 4 months ago +44

    If he didn’t play the A10 & he was more cautious in the main table, I definitely would put him in top 5 of the tournament. I like him 💪🏻🔥 he only lacks experience! He has the skills and the luck.

    • Flow
      Flow 7 days ago

      not really, he only had luck, he just shoves on half decent hands, a pretty bad player who just got lucky.

  • Christopher Schroeder
    Christopher Schroeder Month ago +1

    I love the commentary - great job fellas!

  • Sparta89
    Sparta89 4 months ago +4

    He played well counting that it was his first live tournament and he qualified to it with just 84$. The KJ shove was terrible, and that ATo shove on ft bubble was an ICM suicide but otherwise he played well

    • Shane Waters
      Shane Waters 3 months ago

      Had he played first it wouldn't be as bad. The fact he did this after someone already threw chips is pretty bad. Better off shoving with A2 first than shoving with even AQ second IMO.

  • SBakerNYC
    SBakerNYC 4 months ago +10

    Rampone is a gentleman... great player and class act

  • j o
    j o 4 months ago +7

    This is a good video seeing some different players in it, nice change, following that guy as far as he made it.

  • that guy Isaac
    that guy Isaac Month ago

    I love the respect after taking rampone out beautiful sportsmanship

  • K Sh
    K Sh 3 months ago +1

    Daniel is so great on bluffing and reading people

  • Turtleskull
    Turtleskull 4 months ago +4

    I always think “what a lifechanging event for any of these winners” and then realize this isn’t a 1-time thing for any of them. There was probably years of losses too, and will be a lot more later, because these guys never stop. Plus I guess most people that play at this level are absurdly loaded regardless so these wins and losses are drops in the bucket anyway.

  • M B
    M B 3 months ago

    someone get this dude a powerball ticket

  • Matt Sivits
    Matt Sivits 4 months ago +7

    You could tell his inexperience when it was one away from final table, you let final table come to you you don’t force your way on it

    • Shane Waters
      Shane Waters 3 months ago +1

      @Jake Cooper for real, this isn't a SNG, its a tourney. If you aren't playing to win, you will lose money over time. Often the way the money is divied, its not even a major bump just to make final table, with top 3 getting the lion share.

    • Matt Sivits
      Matt Sivits 3 months ago

      @Jake Cooper
      I think that was his last hand, pretty sure he lost chips on bad calls before that last hand

    • Jake Cooper
      Jake Cooper 3 months ago

      Oh you mean get blinded out and occasionally limp to the final table with 7BB?

  • cc
    cc Month ago +4

    We want to see outplayed,not “outlucked”.

  • Ziwuri13
    Ziwuri13 3 months ago +7

    "Look at this guy DESTROYING pros with pocket aces and 2-out draws!!!" Like bruh he playing the scratch tickets

  • George Thinks
    George Thinks 4 months ago +42

    This guys a prime example of how luck dictates the game

    • Bartholomew Lyons
      Bartholomew Lyons 4 months ago +2

      Yup, all shown perfectly here

    • Wilker
      Wilker 4 months ago +1

      Yeah, but eventually u goin down, pretty accurate

  • C M
    C M 4 months ago +63

    Congrats, but he got lucky as hell like 6 or 7 times. Still great to see

    • Rocinante Corazon
      Rocinante Corazon 3 months ago

      @Justin Sims Every guy on the Final table have Lucky Befor the Come in the Final table

    • Tee Bo
      Tee Bo 4 months ago

      No nuts no glory
      Lol

    • Justin Sims
      Justin Sims 4 months ago

      6 or 7 is a stretch after watching. He got lucky catching the river King and to suck out with 7 8. You can’t call being dealt aces “lucky.”

    • ImnotaRobot
      ImnotaRobot 4 months ago

      @Christian Holway life is a big gamble game

    • nfc14g
      nfc14g 4 months ago +2

      We didn't see how he lost 1.7m in the process so there could have been an equal amount of cooler

  • Alex G.
    Alex G. 4 months ago +5

    We love an underdog!

  • Sanpaito Sandman
    Sanpaito Sandman 4 months ago +3

    Goed gedaan Bram💪🏽

  • Chevelle 1
    Chevelle 1 2 months ago +1

    Almost as lucky as Jonathon Little at WPT final tables

  • Lymbe06
    Lymbe06 4 months ago +59

    🎶 Mike McDonald had two outs,
    And now he needs them both🎶

  • J T
    J T 4 months ago +1

    That A10 punt was pretty bad, you have to look at how full the table is, who is raising you, and from what position he’s raising you from. Was a full table, so have to tighten your range. Was an older dude, typically very tight. And he was betting out from what appeared to be early-mid position, indicating he had a big hand. Best to let A10 go and try to wait for a premium, in the meantime watching a few others bust out. I wonder what the pay jumps would’ve been. He likely punted away a couple hundred thousand euros for top 5

    • Sparta89
      Sparta89 4 months ago

      Agree, that was a big punt. The raise came from utg from a tight player so ATo shove from utg+1 on big ft bubble is always a bad play. Only hand that he might fold there is AQ because his opening range will be very tight because its from utg and from a tight player. He definitely lost a couple thousand euros making that shove.

  • refinedsugar
    refinedsugar 4 months ago

    A bit anticlimactic ... makes a super deep run and then punts it off after two attempts.
    So close to the finish line!

  • Micha Seals
    Micha Seals 2 days ago

    That K on the river happens EXACTLY like that about 85% of the time on GG. 5% on GG is actually 85%.

  • Javier Melgarejo
    Javier Melgarejo 4 months ago +5

    I love how the narrator show her their bias when they talk about the pro poker player compared to the online qualifier and they all got embarrassed

  • Jason
    Jason 4 months ago +5

    I’m surprised he didn’t get a set of 10s on the last one lol

  • Rapho Silva
    Rapho Silva 4 months ago +5

    that was nice! Well done!

  • Seth Morrison
    Seth Morrison 4 months ago

    I have no clue who these poker pros are but it's fun seeing a new guy get lucky.

  • Eagle Rider
    Eagle Rider 3 days ago

    This is an easy game when you keep getting the best hands .

  • JKY TV
    JKY TV 3 months ago +4

    More aces than Roger Federer playing a 10 year old 😂

  • Kobie
    Kobie 4 months ago

    When u are running hot as u need to be to win big tournaments. Not even being a clueless poker player can stop u, skill can only take u so far and no more. Been there done that.

  • Huncho MMM
    Huncho MMM 4 months ago +2

    He punted so hard at the FT but cant complain by a 80euro investment turning it to 90keuro.

  • Loi Escudero
    Loi Escudero 3 months ago +2

    "Destroys Poker Pros" by hitting a 3 outer on the river and wins with 87 preflop shove vs KK. GG.

  • Gabriel Rockman
    Gabriel Rockman 4 months ago +10

    I feel like AK is the hand with the most negative EV for me, so it makes me feel a bit better when I see pros lose big pots with AK.

    • Daniel Hamilton
      Daniel Hamilton 3 months ago

      @Gingnose Not even 3betting AK is insanely nitty. It really is a monster hand, it just need to be played correctly. Ideally you get a pair on the flop and get paid. If you don’t hit your pair then you can fold and lose the minimum. It’s also great for knocking out short stacks in tournaments who will often have weaker Ax or a lower pocket pair, giving you at least a flip.

    • Killa Skrilla
      Killa Skrilla 4 months ago +2

      AK is almost always lucky for me. Its JJ that makes me lose, im more lucky with a 10-8 off suit somehow i hit a straight 8 times out of 10 lol so i never fold 10-8 unless its a preflop all in

  • Tee Bo
    Tee Bo 4 months ago +1

    Great run . But he should know if he was online , you
    Use that luck to get the bubble than tone it down

  • sixty nine
    sixty nine 4 months ago +1

    OH MY GOD! SUCH SKILL!
    (luck)

  • Hadi
    Hadi Month ago

    God that was painful to watch.. how can he be mad at winning 92,000 euros after getting it in bad and winning like 10 times

  • Simon Hale
    Simon Hale 3 months ago

    How how lucky can someone get ffs! :D

  • Kamal Shukla
    Kamal Shukla 4 months ago +2

    82 💶 to 92000 💶
    This guy was lucky af. 🔥🔥

  • ch0pst1xZ1
    ch0pst1xZ1 21 day ago

    Was extremely disappointed that he didn't knock out that dude who called the clock. Hate people who call the clock.

  • The Hilltop Pillbox
    The Hilltop Pillbox 4 months ago +9

    Good for him. But, going All-In pre-flop without a pair is always risky. I would have bet big, maybe, but not pushed.

    • sylverdrag
      sylverdrag 3 months ago

      On the other hand, you have to have a pair to go all in preflop without one.

  • Troy Baker
    Troy Baker Month ago +2

    Destroys? I mean he had AA often. Never outplayed any1. Called every bet. Never forced action

  • Tobia Aldente
    Tobia Aldente 4 months ago +3

    8:23 love that from both!

  • Tommy8248
    Tommy8248 12 days ago

    11:02 I dont understand the reason why 5’s are an out, does that mean he gets two pair with Ace high?

  • sajlent
    sajlent 2 months ago

    Mike Mcdonald had two outs and now he needs them both xD
    Hartigan is the best

  • sajlent
    sajlent 2 months ago

    Imagine that turn and river vs Kitai happened against Mike Mcdonald xD
    two outer runner runner

  • Mike PenceTD
    Mike PenceTD 3 months ago

    He may be a psychic pro, but a poker pro? Who knows lol

  • A VERY horny Mr.Dinosaur

    "huh.. i wonder what that UTG is doing with that raise.."
    ATo *_ships_*
    genius.

  • Rob Murray
    Rob Murray Month ago

    Now there is my dream. Respect

  • Lunesco
    Lunesco 3 months ago

    10:44 nice call! he guessed it

  • Thijs Visser
    Thijs Visser 2 days ago

    did a great job

  • baden pobjoy
    baden pobjoy 2 months ago

    LOVE the "one liners"(commentator) LOL

  • Matthew Feeney
    Matthew Feeney 15 days ago

    So, he went from spending €82 to winning €92,000? Is that good?

  • Hero X
    Hero X 4 months ago

    How to be a poker pro is to be rich in the first place to join the pro tournament.

  • ArchonP91
    ArchonP91 7 days ago

    There's no skill here lol, just pure luck

  • Mustafa
    Mustafa 4 months ago +1

    that king though was pure luck

  • dude nukem
    dude nukem 4 months ago

    destroys? he was just lucky af xD

  • Mickael Malove
    Mickael Malove 4 months ago

    In today's poker analysis they talk about range vs range, which can be a bit more complicated than just the specific cards you made a decision on, but given the thumbnail play was to shove a million into the pot at 7% odds to win ... lol nope. Not based on this anyways.

  • Michele Capitanio
    Michele Capitanio Month ago +1

    this is not pro gaming… this is just doing all in challenge with the luckiest guy on the table

  • RCB DOMINION
    RCB DOMINION 4 months ago +10

    Tony G says never overplay K,J. Dude overplayed K,J and got lucky af

    • Marcel Mattern
      Marcel Mattern 3 months ago

      Wasnt a overplay. If u allways fold Top paar with decent kicker u never win a tournament.
      If he just called the turn he has only 1 Million behind. The other player would go all in in 50% of the time.

  • Chris Dimino
    Chris Dimino 4 months ago

    Getting hands is not called destroying anybody

  • Martin Quinn
    Martin Quinn 24 days ago

    More than 1000 times his buy in, not bad at all ! 😃

  • beakt
    beakt 3 months ago

    That first dude with the nine-high did what I used to do in my playing days. Proudly flip over a bluff as if you have it, hoping the other guy will misread it as a straight or something and muck his winner. LOL

    • beakt
      beakt 3 months ago

      @Peracetic Ha, ha. Maybe! I don't remember. This was in the '90s in Los Angeles. There were some very bad players. Another reason I did it is for the psychological effect that could help me in future hands. When players see how you move enough, their brain, rightly or wrongly, tells them it can anticipate what you're going to do by imagining your past actions. Or at the very least, general confusion. Sometimes I'd pretend I misread my hand; I didn't mind my opponents thinking I was clueless.
      I saw one guy get someone to muck the winner, although it wasn't a bluff. And the story has a twist! One of the most memorable things I've ever seen. Limit Hold 'Em. Lots of betting pre-flop. Two spades came on the flop, and one guy (Joe) starts pumping the pot hard. A young guy (Matt) was the only one to hang in there. Turn was a spade. Matt, kind of a weak player, confidently bets. Joe groans, and angrily slams in a call, but leans forward in eager anticipation for his savior card. River pairs the board. Joe freezes. Matt meekly checks, and Joe flings his chips out in triumph. Matt calls. Joe proudly flips his cards. "Full house," dealer says. Matt picks up his cards in front of his face, stares at them for a long time, shaking his head, and then sadly drops his cards face down towards the muck. As the dealer is reaching for them, Joe goes, "LET ME SEE THOSE CARDS!" Just to be a dick, I guess. I swear the next events I describe happened in less than one second. Dealer flips Matt's hand, says "Straight flush!" as she pushes up the three spades on the board, mucks Joe's hand, with a WHOOSH shoves the mass of chips with both hands to Matt (who was in seat five), gathers up the cards, and starts shuffling. The whole table sat in silent amazement! Of course then some of us started roasting Joe for that dumb move. "Serves you right! Ha, ha!"
      Matt's friend was standing behind him and saw the cards when no one else did, by the way. Matt's lucky either his friend is as dense as he is and didn't see the straight flush, or his friend was smart enough to know that if he said anything the hand would be killed (breaking the one-player-per-hand rule).

    • Peracetic
      Peracetic 3 months ago

      lmao have you ever had someone actually muck?

  • Valentin Jonathan
    Valentin Jonathan 4 months ago +3

    He put his glasses on when he realized that shit was getting serious

  • Aaron Beardsley
    Aaron Beardsley 4 months ago +1

    1:21 yo....someone come get their boy. Dude wandered to the announcer's table.

  • steve jey
    steve jey 4 months ago +25

    This dude is a fish with tone of luck

    • Killa Skrilla
      Killa Skrilla 4 months ago +1

      Sometimes im a fish, sometimes im a shark. But most of the times im just a kool azz dolphin...

    • Lajnus
      Lajnus 4 months ago +2

      Pretty sure you never been even close to play this level, but still feel you not to dumb to comment like this 😂

  • Ozan Karakaya
    Ozan Karakaya 4 months ago

    good but its about luck it seems if we consider the fact that he picks up aces twice and wins a huge pot with misread all in

  • david mullings
    david mullings 3 months ago

    lol this guy wears all his emotions on his sleeve

  • eoghan Conghaile
    eoghan Conghaile 4 months ago +5

    god i love poker

  • Mark McFarland
    Mark McFarland 2 days ago

    That first hand has two ten of spades in it. Patel should have called the floor

  • Michael Sweaney
    Michael Sweaney 4 months ago +1

    Flashbacks of Jerry Yang and Robert Varkonyi.....🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂

  • Fredo Giron
    Fredo Giron Month ago

    Can someone explain to me how he can win with a 5? 11:01

    • Piotr Dudziak
      Piotr Dudziak Month ago

      A55KK>455KK better 2 pair and A kicker to complete

  • Max Johnson
    Max Johnson 3 months ago

    Mike McDonald had 2 outs, now he needs them both! x-D

  • Emanuele Marescotti
    Emanuele Marescotti 3 months ago

    A 10 all in pre flop when you absolutely dont Need to do that

  • Los Ballos
    Los Ballos 4 months ago +1

    6:55 one off the worst jamms ive ever seen

  • abhay chowdhery
    abhay chowdhery 4 months ago +2

    Ensan is a gentle beast

  • Jakob Yüksel
    Jakob Yüksel 2 months ago +1

    Joe‘s one liners are gold

    • Chris Ajello
      Chris Ajello Month ago

      yeah, dude doesn't get enough cred, he pulls deep

  • Xpz
    Xpz 26 days ago

    Funny all these poker “pros” in the comments, i don’t see any of you getting 9th in the tournament. The guy played Well for his first tournament, give him some slack.

  • GirdhaR
    GirdhaR 4 months ago +1

    Great video

  • dantes peek
    dantes peek 3 months ago

    "destroying people" with pocket aces, KJ and 77 catching them on flop LOL

  • Giancarlo Villarreal
    Giancarlo Villarreal 4 months ago +9

    i mean come on, when ur running good, who the fuck is gonna stop you?

    • YoungerSquad
      YoungerSquad 4 months ago +2

      thats what i was thinking - AA twice? i could win those hah. still cheers to his success though

  • Jeff Doe
    Jeff Doe Month ago

    He is the chosen one

  • luffys brother
    luffys brother 2 months ago

    Destroys??lucky hits and monsterhands against his aces 😂

  • Doug Fresh
    Doug Fresh 4 months ago +14

    Everyone looks like a pro when you get good cards.

    • Mario
      Mario 4 months ago

      And it takes the cards to win🤷🏻‍♂️. Any one with good cards will call you pro or not.

  • peter stacey
    peter stacey 3 months ago

    always said luck of the cards will always win no matter how good you are skill yes but still luck

  • Vitaliy Bukhantsov
    Vitaliy Bukhantsov Month ago

    He left that place a winner

  • Simeon
    Simeon 4 months ago

    Poker, the only game where the worse player can win

  • Jv woods
    Jv woods 3 months ago

    They shouldn't let online players play in real tournaments.

  • meepXmeept
    meepXmeept 4 months ago

    cool video
    thank you

  • ahmed sp
    ahmed sp 3 months ago

    Its called luck 🤣