Player Mis-click Folds the Nuts on the River During Poker At The Lodge Stream


You will not see this on a regular basis. A participant in a latest session on Poker at the Lodge folded with the stone-cold nuts following an all in and name guess on the river.

The poker participant, Jay “JWin,” Nguyen an everyday at The Lodge Card Club in Round Rock, Texas, misplaced the practically $20,000 pot to a participant named Jake, who was really rivered in the hand.

Not solely did JWin lose the pot because of apparently misinterpreting his opponent’s hand and the playing cards on the board, he was additionally compelled to stay standing because the table was playing the Texas Stand Up recreation. In that game, everyone stands up for the primary hand dealt and then can sit down solely upon profitable a pot. The last particular person standing must pay each participant on the desk a loser’s fee.

Mis-clicking in Live Poker

It’s happened to us all, accidentally clicking “fold” with a monster hand on-line. But this isn’t online poker. There aren’t any buttons. JWin simply mis-clicked in real life, and this is how it went down.

Following a preflop elevate to $150 from “Slicer,” who was holding q-Clubsj-Clubs, three players known as to see a flop of 6-Heartsa-Spades9-Clubs, giving Jake a gut-shot straight draw as he had 7-Hearts5-Hearts. The flop did not hit JWin’s q-Diamonds10-Spades, but “TM” did spike high pair with a-Clubs3-Clubs.

Action folded to Jake, who semi-bluff wager for $200 and TM known as. JWin then made an ambitious elevate to $800 with queen-high, maybe hoping to take down the pot so he could sit down. Jake known as whereas TM folded one of the best hand, although the announcers agreed with the choice.

The turn was the 8-Hearts, giving Jake the nuts to associate with an open-ended straight flush draw. It did, however, additionally give JWin a little little bit of equity as he picked up a three-outer to a straight (heart on the river can be no good even if he hit his straight). He continued his aggression, betting out $2,200, and he acquired a call.

Both players saw the j-Diamonds on the river, a merciless card for Jake as a outcome of there was no getting away from the hand although he was up against the rivered nuts. Jake moved all in for $6,160 and received a snap name. He flipped over his playing cards, showing the lower straight earlier than JWin mis-click folded the stone-cold nuts in a $19,155 pot.

“The cards have been read right, he simply folded the winning hand,” The Lodge commentator “Skull Mike” said.

Why He Folded

So, what caused him to fold the nuts? Mike Brady, a associate at The Lodge, defined what happened in a tweet.

“He misinterpret the board (thought there were 3 hearts) and he interpreted the snap call as “have to be a flush” – then the man showed two hearts. Only after mucking did he see the jack was a diamond. Unfortunate,” Brady wrote.

As Brady described, it really was a real-life mis-click. Nguyen reiterated Brady’s comments.

@JayVNguyen yeah misreads occur on a daily basis. I’ve seen RFID make mistakes too so thanks for weighing in!

— PokerNews (@PokerNews)

To make issues worse for the common on the Lodge’s well-liked YouTube stream, the participant who folded the nuts was additionally compelled to proceed standing. That’s a brutal method to lose a large pot and the Texas Stand Up game all in the identical.

The Lodge Card Club is co-owned by poker legend Doug Polk and poker vlogging icons Andrew Neeme and Brad Owen. The trio of movie star poker players, especially Polk, often compete on the show, which now has over 77,000 YouTube subscribers.


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