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    1. The way Luda plays, it’s highly possible he would still stay in even with an un-filled set.

  1. Their rivalry is so amazing to watch. Love both these guys. Thank you both Luda and Nick V. What a hand. What a session overall. 👏

  2. I think LudaChris played the last hand emotionally, most likely because it was against Nick (rivalry). LudaChris wasn’t going to get called by worse hands when he raised, but he was always going to get re-raised by better hands, which is exactly what happened in the end.

    1. Yeah I disagree. I think he was convinced Nick had a straight with that blocker bet and that Nick would call light again with just a straight on that board.

    2. @Sid that s why the games are so soft in USA… The hand he called before was check call 3 streets where all the overcard bluffs bricked.

      This hand Nick check-raises flop, the flush comes and he checks and call turn. The board pairs on river and he leads, 3-bet all-in… This is basic hand-reading. Basically Nick check-raises the flop, everything comes in and he still leads on the river… What hands are you getting value from with the raise? 2 combos??? And you get owned by at least 20 combos??? Great raise for sure.

      Exactly same spot…

      Aiaiaiia God bless America

    3. @hoan tran you really should put this hand in the solver lolol with the correct preflop ranges and correct. J-high flush is never a raise on that river.

      But my dear american friends, keep playing like that. Europe and South America thank you for boosting our poker economy!

    4. @Andrew Grant it may be right. But the number of these combos are minimal compared to the ones that beats him (FH and higher flushes). He s never good more than 50% of the times when called.

    5. @Antonio Alves Atrocious raise on the river. He only has himself to blame. The J10 bluff was a punt also. All he does is punt

  3. has nick ever donked river super small and super quickly without having the absolute nuts?

    1. He was really convinced that Nick just had a straight. But would Nick ever call him with a straight? Maybe he convinced himself that in totality of previous hand, Nick would call him light again….risky…but that’s the difference between us in the comments section and PROs. Looking for maximum value against a straight….

    1. @Chairman Meow a good poker player wins the max and loses the minimum. That’s why there on tables with millions in chips and we’re not.

    2. @Jamie Vardy Im just playing devils advocate. You have to factor in how much theyve played together. He just knew Nick had it and he had played the hand poorly. Better to just release than make it worse by calling.

  4. Such a brutal spot on the river to have to fold for $20k with $150k in the middle. Nick has to have it when he shoves, but mentally it can be tough to fold there.

    1. @kelvin tang you dont think lower flushes are calling there? Comon dude. The nut flush should be raising there some of the time, but every other flush should just call. There are just as man combos of other flushes as there are boats here. It’s so easy when you can see the cards but if you have the nut flush draw there and nick check raises the flop, some of his range is going to consist of lower flush draws, no?

    2. @kelvin tang Definitely avoidable, Still a brutal spot to have to let it go after putting that much money in though

    3. @Junito Punto Comm The guy just called him with bottom pair. He’s an aggressive player and gets loose calls. He’s got a flush, due to his style of play, he has to raise. He should have just gone all-in and saved him the grief to not knowing

    4. how is it a brutal spot u call the 9000 nick originally bets on the river its an easy spot

  5. Watched this live and even on the replay on nicks river bet when he goes for his stack he is shaking a lil I guess Chris didn’t pick up on it definitely sign of the nuts 🔩

  6. I’d just be calling that weak river bet. Too many hands beating a Jack high flush

  7. Love how Luda says “u always have the nuts against me” meanwhile he had just dumped $30k on the previous hand in a rediculous check raise float river all in bluff with jack high

    1. That was a great play and would work 99.9 percent of the time. Stack off there with bottom pair no kicker and tell me how many times you win

  8. Dying laughing every time Luda talks about people getting lucky. Seen him get lucky as often as everyone else in poker.

    1. Yeah, Luda was luckier to hit the flush on the turn than Nick was to hit the boat on the river. Fewer outs for the flush than for the boat.

    2. He’s also by far the most aggressive and often time aggressiveness pays off as “luck” because you will take the betting lead on so many streets and realize all of your equity more often than an average player.

  9. “YOU ALWAYS HAVE THE NUTS AGAINST ME!”

    *first hand Nick calls down with bottom pair of 3’s*

  10. Nick played both hands perfectly. Love the small river bet against an aggressive player

  11. 15:00 commentator makes a great point. nick isnt moving in for the last 17-20k with 33. nick’s range is 66 55, 77 or a straight flush. no bluffs, no 65s, no 33.

  12. Nick giving away some live tells here on the river but regardless good solid fold by Chris. As others have mentioned it’s hard to understand what Chris is hoping to achieve with this raise. He’ll be thinking about this pot for a long time.

  13. The face of Luda when he got called by bottom pair ROFL what a sight to see. Noone punts as hard as Luda on Hustler

  14. Two of My Favorites. Great to see Nick V and Luda. I love Hustler Live…..

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