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What a wonderful feeling.
What a garbage video. Unsubscribed.
What a stupid compilation cutting right before the reactions from the players, please do better next time🙄🙄🙄
Have there ever been two players with both straight flushes in the same hand? Like when someone has say A,2s and another one has 6,7s and the flop comes 3,4,5? Of that suit? Has something like that EVER happened??....I've seen royal flush and quad aces in the same hand! Legendary hand!
You guys need to show the time Phil laak got a straight flush..... I can't remember but it may have been a royal flush
this is nothing without seeing the expressions and reactions after the players flip their cards.
You had 1 job. Only 1 simple job! 😤 I fjeel so... unsatifjied
My thoughts exactly - we all love to see them scoop up their winnings as well
Agreed I shut it off😊
Vogelsang hitting the SIX card straight flush is my favourite part of this video!
Or maybe two seven card straight flushs? xD
Ever seen an SEVEN card straight flush ?
Please don’t cut the clips short, we want to see the full reactions.
@Aiden W I know it's trendy to demonize dopamine lately, but don't be an idiot.
muahahaha no dopamine for you
Fr I wanted to see the reaction to the Selbst clip
Asking for too much
tricket straight flush hurts my soul ,, that all in - call is brutal could've let us see his reaction the clip ended so quickly!
Really smart not to show the reactions, because those are the most fun and interesting to watch!!
"He just improved to a 6 card straight flush!"Imagine how pissed Alireza must've been.
@Marcus Fredriksson LMFAO
Well he was more like impressed. Its not a shame to loose against hand like this. Its a best play ever
Commentator: Is that MORE straight flush? 🤣🤣
I'd love to see 1 of these with Phil Hellmuth in it.
What are the odds for that happening?
The 6 card straight flush was out of pocket 😂
The feeling losing to a straight flush is unreal, it's a feeling I'll never forget
Or flopping a straight flush and winning 11 dollars.
“Stroking the nipple of this pot…” hahahaha love it
I remember one of the most crushing feelings I had in a holden game was when I had an Ace high flush with an unpaired board. Opponent re-raised me all in and I snap-called only to see he had a completely disguised straight flush
@Alcsaar Totally true, but it's one of those "can't see the forest through the trees moments" when you're blinded by the monster hand you're sitting on
A straight flush can't be completely disguised, you literally see 3 of the required cards on the board.
Same bro, but in my case i had K high flush and my opponent had straight flush😅
That last hand was absolutely devastating. Inside straight.
I’ve got this once in a real game. My opponent had the flush with an ace. He started reaching for the chips with a huge grin on his face. I almost felt bad.
@Rui Barbosa yeah none of us are career poker players. I’m sure you’re not as good as you think you are either. Also, how does that make the story not true?
@Christian Olson that you 7 dudes, besides knowing the ranks of hands, have 0 idea how to play poker lol
@Rui Barbosa he’s actually very hard to read. He smiles like that sometimes when he bluffs too
@Rui Barbosa we usually have like 6-7 guys who play, and what are you on about??
@Christian Olson with those tells, it so easy to exploit your friends into giving you money xD
Please add the players' reactions as well. Would love to see their "dying inside" reactions.
I once flopped a straight flush only to be beaten by a higher straight flush.Site had a bad beat prize but was only for cash games and I was in a SnG.Also you guys should have show that straight flush (maybe royal) vs AAAA that I saw a while back here on YT.
I ended up with a 6 card straight flush. Unfortunately 5 of them were sequential on the board and I had the A of that suit. It was AA vs QQ and and they put the straight flush on board to kill my nut flush draw. I think I played poker once after that and quit.
I love how they cut most of the reactions, like I'm here to watch them think and moving chips. Come one man!
The ending of the last one is brutal. Literally don’t even know what to do if you lose in that situation and see your opponent get a better straight flush 😅
@Dmitri Pogosian absolutely you do. It still isnt a common occurrance
@Shawn Brink You know, when you play online maybe fifty hands per hour, you see it on a daily basis :)
@Dmitri Pogosian It is pretty rare for one person to have a straight and the other to have a flush. Maybe you people do not know what the word RARE means.
@Dmitri Pogosian It is rare as fuck. Do you not know that the vast majority of hands are won with only a pair? That is why AA is so important.
@Shawn Brink well, a straight being beaten by a flush is not that rare. No need for straight-flush
I'd love to see the 2 chip leaders going head to head with a straight flush and a full house.
I dont think that would be technically possible
Sometimes the reactions of the losing player is the icing on the cake when such a rare hand wins. Too bad PokerStars decided to leave these out.
The dont even show one of the most amazing hands in existence... the ruanne vs obst straight flush of full house.Probably not a pokerstars sponsored event, or players.
Thank you for saying it for me.
A friend of mine lost a huge pot in Vegas years ago. Lost to a straight flush with 4 tens. He looked like someone just told him his family was murdered so I feel for the other guys.
There was one from the World Series of Poker where one guy had four aces and got beat by a royal flush. Ray Romano happened to at that table so they got it on camera
@masso163 I had the same thought initially... there are some of us who don't automatically think of Hold 'Em and shared cards when we think poker hands. And sometimes we are tired.You fell on the sword for others of us. ;-)Nice that after the "apology" there are folks who still need to comment on it 'splain how much "smarterer" they are.I actually set up a deck once with two friends at a cafe, just a little fun no stakes 7-card stud hand over coffee. (just casual poker players)I arranged for one guy to get royal flush and other guy to get four 9's, both to hit on last card, all very concealed in hole cards, and my hand showing as strongest on table. Oh man, they bit hard. At the end they were super intensely imaginary betting and raising every last thing they had in life and more against each other... I was dying. It was almost too much, but everyone survived.
@J Ram yeah. Already replied, but it had been a tiring day and was thinking five cards in hand instead of two and the board. Just had a brain cramp.
@masso163 You know that you can use the cards on the board right ?.
@masso163 unless you need the A to make the royal and it comes up... so yeah... poker math.
@Peter Brkan yeah. Was tired that day and for some reason was thinking of five cards in your hand. Completely had a brain cramp and forgot about the board.
I've had a few straight flushes, it's awesome when it happens.
1 out of 10 for this video. Without reactions, it's the best part.
Would have liked a little more reaction and table chatter after those hands. Thanks for posting tho 👍🏻
“This flop has so much action, it should start Jason Stathom”. I died
Pepper needs new shorts!
Dude those commentators are awesome 😂
Hitting a straight is always amazing
I always find it funny that these players are lucky enough to not only get the best hand in the game. But up rubbing salt in the wounds with 6 card straight flush.
Little tip to make your videos more satisfying, show what happens after . Even if it’s nothing. Don’t directly end it so fastv
A 6 card flush that is insane
I was playing poker with my dad and brother last night and, I tease you not, my dad got the Royal Flush in Spades!! And I dealt the cards out!!!!!!
That last one is probably the best hand in the history of poker🤣
Fatehi: “Good Game”German guy: “Well wait, I think you still have a chance on the river maybe?” The river: *even stronger straight flush, one in a 10 million chance*
9 times out of 10, the straight flush draw never gets there.
In my "career" playing cards, I've had four straight flushes (no royals), but lost with two of them to higher straight flushes.
On the first, SOW was also playing all the 10 and 7, that means 6 outs more, 21 instead of 15... if two 10 or 7 comes out, he also gets the win.
I was at Maryland Live! In Maryland about a year ago and I made a straight flush on the turn. This dude kept betting into me like non-stop. The board wasn't paired or anything but there was a possible straight flush on the turn, the top straight flush. What are the odds though? He goes all in on the river, i snap, he has the higher straight flush, but I win the Bad Beat jackpot for $75,000. Best cooler of my life. Everyone at the table was high fiving and slapping me on the back, they got around $1,800 or something each. The worst part was one guy got up to smoke a cigarette and wasn't at the table, he comes back finds out what happend and immediately picked up his chips and left after yelling at everyone and the dealer and floor manager.
@Dustin Platt you are the man for that. More than generous
@EternallySeeds Everyone tipped the dealer about $70-100 each, I tipped the dealer about $1000 and the other bad beat guy tipped her $500
@Leon Lonnie Love I ran him down and just gave him the $1,800 the other players made.
@Yeh. Quad Jacks or better has to be beat
What were the qualifications for the bad beat jackpot?
Love the 6 card straight flushes
Would love to know the odds of seeing it
my favorite part is that half of these cut right before the players react. genius editing…
oh my that ending was incredible. "was that just more strait flush that just happened?"
A buddy of mine's mom and dad were at a casino in Laughlin, playing 25-cent video progressive poker. The guy playing next to his mom got a Royal Flush on the deal and said something like, "What do I do with this?" My buddy's mom said "Here you go" and hit the Draw button, throwing out all 5 of the guy's cards. The guy says, "What did you do?" repeatedly. My buddy's mom realized what she'd done and went running for the elevators with the guy some distance behind. They hid in their room for a while and then my buddy's dad brought the car around and they bailed. It was only about $3K or something like that, but it was a once in a lifetime thing for the guy who got screwed out of a jackpot.
it’s definitely the right move to skate straight past the loser reactions
Hilarious watching 'Reza waiting around for the river as if he's in some alternate dimension where a miracle card can save him.
I hit this in a casino game, it’s crazy as a causal poker player (1/2$ blinds). Hard to keep hands from shaking etc. but all said and done 450$ pot for me. I needed a cigarette afterwards.Edit: it’s was on the flop
Wish you showed more reactions, that hand is so hard to get.
The 6 of spades in that Selbst/Mcclung hand @5:50 would have been the sickest card of all time
I was thinking the same thing haha
When I got my first and only straight flush , on the river, it was magical. Unfortunately, the other 4 players had shit and folded when I bet.
But Juanda had trips ...
The best part is seeing the table's and loser's reaction, but you cut away too soon.
every once in a while you need motivation to continue 3-betting with suited connectors
would have been nice to see the player reactions
When 5 cards straight flush ain't enough you get the 6 cards straight flush 😂😂😂. That last dude 🤣🤣🤣
what a flush .smart players always hide the reaction while flop
Reactions would've made this even better!
players: *goes all in about to realise what just happened*PokerStars: and that's all for this time folks!
Please show the full hand with players reactions.
Would have liked to see more reaction!
Yeah, I would have liked to see the flush v straight flush reaction
5:30 That was Good Fold . Really so much thrilled - Kurganov / Flush Vs Straight Flush
Hahaha at the end when he says he’s got the brutal 6 straight flush
love that the strait flush improved just to rob it in more :)
Wish I could play against this spindler guy. What a calling station.
Really wanted to see all the players reactions could’ve made it better
6:35 "This flop has so much action it should star Jason Statham" 🤣
LOVE when Fatehi loses any hand!
6 card straight flush to win it. I know they thought he was cheating. That’s crazy.
Same exact situation like 4:06 costed me a tournament today while i had flush with A8 suited
7:28 if the turn is 6 of spade it will be absolutely crazy
You missed Igor’s reaction bro wtf. One of the best “oh my god...” I’ve ever seen.
Best I’ve managed to luck out was a spade straight to the king… Zero action,. And never showed whole cards Boss move… in myMind I bet the min, but 3 spades on the flop killed the action. How ever in Crib I hit 29 hand in the cribbage hand and main hand had 24. Unfortunately we were playing no count and I lost the game first round lol Just a story about big luck.
Selbst seems like a chill dude tbh.
that moment when you realize you didnt just have bad luck but you were also destined to lose lol
The last guy pure class.
7:07 if that was a 6 of spade that would be crazy
He took 1.3 million dollars from the dude and then tried to give him a high five after 🤣
Ive played poker for 20 years thousands of hours and one time me and a buddy were messing around playing 2$ blind heads up while drinking and I got the Royal flush won about 20$ on that hand
This video was great! It showed exactly what it stated in the title without having to wade through 20 minutes of bullshit to get to the single instance of whatever is in the title.
Perder uma mão que parecia ganha é foda rs.
The reactions of the players are the best part. Why edit them out :(
the cut at 5:40 is brutal
When the turn give you a straight flush.. But then the River said "That is not enough here's the better one..!!" 🤣🤣🤣
Why skip their reactions
Should have shown the reactions after the bad beats.....that's the best part.
Snap calling with the nuts is the most satisfying feeling in poker also hitting a one outer against a douchebag
"This flop has so much action it should star Jason Statham" LOL.
I don't see the point of this video having been shown without the players' reactions. Come on guys, you made this in 2021.
he improved his straight flush..🤣
"Is that more straight flush" 😂😂😂
Wonder if there's ever been a 7 cars straight flush lol
6 card straight flush just to rub it in 😂
Why do you cut their reactions, those are the best part!
5:35 never heard someone call that fast
Sorry but Chris Tryba winning a WSOP Bracelet HU with a straight flush with the guy shoving all in into him is the best. Epic way to win his first bracelet.
i have been playing poker everyday for about 2 months now and haven’t hit one yet 🙏
dude ur in a hurry wait for 12 years then this comment would mean somthing :D ;)
My favorite part of this video is it cuts away from the reactions.
Kurganov should have folded on the turn, Trickett could have had any one of A-K-Q to make a better regular flush. The others in this video are just tough losses, especially the full house going down,
I still think that is hard to let go when you already have flush. Splindler played it worst
1:21 - "Benes, stroking the nipple of this pot." That's a new one, don't think I've heard that before...
The way she said it too, very serious
what are the episodes I want to watch some of them
shit made me laugh so hard, lol
I used that line in bed the other night... went as well as expected
That jack of diamonds was rubbing insult to injury😭
"Huh wait more? Is that more straight flush that just happened?" LMFAO
Imagine having a great hand just to experience the crushing feeling of your hand not mattering at all
"Wait is that more....more straight flush" LOL! no way he was suppose to win that hand sheeeeesh
Those comments by Vikki at the outset of #4 are fucking golden!