Wild Action Dominates HCL’s Historic 24-Hour Livestream

Wild Action Dominates HCL’s Historic 24-Hour Livestream

Hustler Casino Lives High Stakes Week 3 wrapped up on Saturday afternoon with the conclusion of its record-setting 24-hour poker livestream that featured some of the wildest action of the year thanks in no small part to the inclusion of nosebleed game starter Alan Keating.

The game, which started at $100/200/400 and eventually moved to $1,000/1,000 with a $1,000 ante, rode various waves of adrenaline with a rotating cast of crushers taking a seat throughout the 24 hours. The game played so big that mid-five figure pots felt like the norm and HCL wouldnt even bother clipping a hand that didnt exceed the quarter-million dollar mark.

Luckily for fans, there were plenty of those massive pots to go around, including the following highlights from a historic night of high-stakes cash game poker.

Perhaps one of the most talked about hands of the evening occurred when HCL favorites J.R. and Hanks got all the chips in preflop creating a pot of more than $231,000. Hanks, who had been suffering losses for most of the evening, held a dominated Wild_Action_Dominates_HCL_s_Historic_24_Hour_LivestreamWild_Action_Dominates_HCL_s_Historic_24_Hour_Livestream to J.R.s Wild_Action_Dominates_HCL_s_Historic_24_Hour_LivestreamWild_Action_Dominates_HCL_s_Historic_24_Hour_Livestream. The pair opted to run it twice. JR showed his tens while Hanks kept his pocket pair face down. Hanks won the first runout, four flushing the would-be straight of JR. Then JR won the second flop. Reminiscent of Phil Ivey in the 2009 WSOP Main Event, Hanks didnt realize that he won the first board with his flush and mucked his cards costing himself ~$115,000 for his mistake. (unless the RFID reader was mistaken, a rarity but it happens.)

Nik Airball and Santosh may both be known for giving action with a wide variety of hands, but in this instance, both players picked up unfoldable premiums resulting in a head-on collusion where more than $600,000 got in the middle. Airball’s pocket aces held against Santosh’s pocket kings (as is the case 80% of the time) leading Santosh to hit the rail having lost more than $1.1 million on the evening.

AA vs KK!! $623,000 POT!@nikairball & Santhosh play the biggest pot of the week

Santhosh leaves the game down over $1.1 MILLION

Tune in NOW for THE 24-HOUR GAME — we are 16 hours in: https://t.co/QUFgen6sr3pic.twitter.com/YkdVNv6zvG

— Hustler Casino Live (@HCLPokerShow) December 2, 2023

For Airball, watching his aces hold against Santosh may have felt like impossible redemption. Earlier in the night, the self-anointed “King of L.A.” and Hanks went to war, both holding pocket pairs. Airball had Hanks dominated in a bad way, his pocket kings crushing Hanks pocket eights. The duo decided to run it twice, to reduce variance, and somehow, the King’s kings couldnt find a way to win either runout.

He can't breathe!@nikairball just entered the game and gets it in good with KK, and then THIS happened…

The game is now $100/200/400/1,000 with lots of $2,000 and $4,000 straddles!!

The stakes are HUGE — tune in NOW for THE 24-HOUR GAME: https://t.co/iZPpuJi2Hjpic.twitter.com/MpKpHMJRpn

— Hustler Casino Live (@HCLPokerShow) December 2, 2023

Jeremy JBoogs Levin, an HCL regular, joined the lineup and was playing one of the biggest games of his life. When he got involved with the always aggressive Alan Keating, JBoogs found himself in the middle of the biggest pot of his career – a $349,000 monster pot in which the river cooled off Keating giving him a straight against JBoogs full house.

JBoogs just played the biggest pot of his life vs @Mister_Keating

$349,000 POT!!

JBoogs is now a big winner tonight!!

Tune in NOW for $100/200/400/1,000 — THE 24-HOUR GAME: https://t.co/iZPpuJi2Hjpic.twitter.com/FQ5KItvDlm

— Hustler Casino Live (@HCLPokerShow) December 2, 2023

These are just a few samples of the action that took place during the threepartstream. Although not featured in the hands above, Charles – who was subject to one of the largest losses of the week on Monday – came into the show and nearly made up for all of his previous losses this week with a $689K win. Santhosh, felted in the hand versus Airball, walked with just over $1.1 million in losses.

Heres a look at the winners and losers of the longest stream in poker history.

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