The Most Ridiculous Moments In Poker 3
#1 – One Of The Worst Folds Ever
Despite wearing glasses, it seems like Gary Patterson can’t see a damn thing. Seriously, get this man a seeing-eye dog or at least a white cane as having the dog might violate the „one player per hand“ rule. Misreading his hand is the only logical explanation why mr. Blinderson might have folded this hand, isn’t it?
#2– Most Ridiculous Hand in the History of Poker
This hand. Sense no potatoes, no comprende and what the hell. Turtles. Why did happen this way? Nobody knows. Big error mistake has done in the hand with parsley, Don Quijote references included randomly. All your base are belong to us. AAAAAAAAAAY.
#3 – Fillipo Candio’s Absolute Donk-Off
One of the most watched poker clips on youtube, former November Niner Fillipo Candio from Italy made history with his undescribably epic outburst after playing this hand. Being among the bigger stacks already at the start of the hand, he decided to pretty much donk off all his chips versus Joseph Cheong.
#4 – Spewtards Gonna Spewtard
2012 WSOP Main Event was full of great moments from absolutely retarded plays to absolute genius reads, but this hand stood probably the most out of all that have been played, probably because they somehow fall into both sides of the spectrum. Just take a look and feel free to post your opinions in the comments!
#5 – Ultimate Phil Hellmuth Blow-up
Lets end this episode with a classic Phil Hellmuth blow-up. In fact, this might have been his biggest ever as he douched around and acted like a complete jerk for so long that he actually ended up with a penalty – a rare sight indeed. The hand was played out at the 2008 WSOP Main Event.
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