They Can’t Believe HOW LUCKY Wesley Is

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They Can’t Believe HOW LUCKY Wesley Is

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  1. When you lose 10s of thousands of dollars in a pot to a kid and then hear his soft spoken Chinese voice say Max Valuuueee!🤣🤣

    1. @Hip Hop Connoisseur theyll get over it…a lot more obnoxious pro poker players out there

    2. Yeah and he was triggered too. Min value after paying a 16k bet on the river lol.

  2. 5:00 I disagree with the assessment that Luda made a simple mistake and his intent should matter. He looked down at his chips, counted them and put them in. His action is complete. If Luda missed Wesley’s raise, that’s a personal problem, not an etiquette problem

    1. @datDANK Then you get my point, playing make believe pretending other people are at the table. There are many YT videos of high stakes poker, find me one where someone was allowed to take back a raise and raise even more with more than one person in the hand just like Luda did. You’re just trolling now.

    2. @El Toro Loco I just told u Garrett allows it 100% of the time everytime a player bets less than he wants to

      How would I know that?

    3. I think a lot of ya’ll don’t understand the way DGAF views the game. DGAF is all about doing what’s good for the game. This isn’t a bunch of randoms. It’s a bunch of people that regularly play with each other on a friendly televised stream. I agree that Wesley has no obligation, but you’re certainly undervaluing etiquette.

    4. @El Toro Loco I wasn’t talking about your local 1/2 game yes the floor would rule in Wes’s favor that’s completely different from Etiquette which you obviously know nothing about. At those stakes there’s unwritten rules about this. Any reputable high stakes player would have allowed the raise. Getting knd of sick of the trolls though telling me about casino rules…

  3. I don’t blame Wes for not allowing him to fix his bet. He already had money in the pot. If he didn’t already have money in pot I’d feel different about it.

  4. Yea luda’s mistake and wesley has every right to decline. Luda’s action is complete.

  5. Man I only play low stakes and I’m never ever checking top set on that turn.

    1. Wouldn’t have mattered at that point. He made a bad call on the flop but when the turn gave him open ended with a first draw he was not getting rid of Wesley there

    2. The guy
      was unhappy with the cards but he never blamed himself for checking calling topset in a three way game. That’s plain bad.

    3. Top set shouldn’t be checking flop 4 ways. If he checks with the intent to check raise it’s fine. It wasn’t played well from preflop to river. Sizing was bad, line was bad imo

    4. @Joel Troughton agreed, you have the current nuts ~ bet for value. Make it unprofitable for them to call. If they call and hit that’s poker. If they call and miss you get max value. IDK. Imma 1/2 player. This game is waaaaay above my game. Lol

  6. I don’t agree with the commentator here. If a dude makes a bet he can’t then go back and say he meant to make it more. Next time verbalize before putting the chips in.

  7. intent or not, I don’t see Wes being wrong here saying his raise stands. It seems like bad commentator etiquette to call out a player cause he’s bratty to say he’s out of line. Luda put in the wrong raise, Wes did nothing wrong Plain and simple. Don’t get me wrong Wes is a next level brat who’s always out of line, just don’t agree with the commentator on this one

    1. @specadmin  98 of 100 high stakes players would tell you, that’s bad etiquette! It’s the rule yeah, but you usually only see in small games people insist on that. In high stakes games, as long as the guy is not trying to angle, you let him pick the size he wants “Fair play”

    2. Hmm interesting. I was in a tournament last week and accidentally tossed in a 1k chip along with a 500 chip instead of a 100 for a 600 call and my opponent insisted it was a raise and it had to stay. My intent was to call but it didn’t matter and then he re-reraised me (then I jammed and sucked out on him A rag v JJ but that’s another story) So I guess high stakes cash rules different than Tourney.

    3. @specadmin it’s totally different. In tournaments or in a 1-2 cash game, there are many tables running and people usually don’t know each other, have less money, and don’t have good knowledge of poker etiquette. A hight stakes table is occasionally running and players know each other very well. They try to out play each other and wouldn’t usually take advantage of a situation like that

  8. Ah poor Jeremy 😭😭😭 ‘I save money’ he says at the end 😂😂😂😂 —> 🤭🤡🤡🤡🤡

    1. Yeah disgusting , throwing cards and blaming dealer. Can’t manage your tilt don’t be a pro.

  9. I’m waiting for someone to stack Wesley in future episode and then say “MAX VALUEEEEEE” 🤣🤣🤣

  10. I think Wes is a great character! I am a Wesley fan! For only playing for a few months he is a better than average player! I think he is great for this size game!

  11. Wes not allowing Luda to increase his raise was fine, nothing wrong with that. JBOOGS, crying and acting like a low stakes player is priceless.

  12. Can we start a gofundme prize pool to be awarded to the person on stream that stacks Wesley and screams ‘MAX VALUEEE’ to his face?

  13. DGAF calls out Wesley when he did nothing wrong and say nothing about Jeremy tossed his card at Wesley and blaming Magic. I guess he just doesn’t like a specific player

  14. 12:14 was kind of nuts. Two different camera angles. Jboogs throws his cards and they exit one frame at the same position/time as they enter the other frame (and landed on Wesley lol)

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