Check out the epic slowroll/bad beat from the Irish Open. And Phil Ivey wants you to buy a Chysler. Check out the top poker videos of the week in Rewind.
A crazy hand from the Irish Open, where a n00b slowrolls Irish poker legend Donnacha O’Dea when holding the nuts. What does he get for that bit of bad karma? A suckout on the river for O’Dea. After some analysis afterwards, most people don’t think this was a malicious slowroll, or even one done intentionally by the amateur poker player:
Phil Ivey appeared in a car commercial for the Chrysler 300, with a bunch of other people apparently capable of owning Chrysler 300s. Like Ivey, most of the people in the video are famous in their spheres of influence, but aren’t exactly household names. Hopefully in a future commercial Ivey is shown betting the keys to this car:
Lots of big names from the world of poker were in South Korea for the Asia Pacific Poker Tour this week. First up, Jason Mo won the main event:
Online baller and Mo’s friend, Dong Kim (AKA “Donger Kim”) took a shot at the live scene this week:
And PokerStars pro Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier talks about going to the country he once called home:
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