ROYAL FLUSH hits to win HUGE three-way pot ♠️ PCA 2016 Poker Event ♠️ PokerStars Global

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ROYAL FLUSH hits to win HUGE three-way pot ♠️ PCA 2016 Poker Event ♠️ PokerStars Global 4.5
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A runner-runner Royal Flush was hit to win a monster three-way pot on Day 4 of the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event.

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💬 Comments on the video
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Have you ever seen a royal flush like this?

Author — PokerStars

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I was playing poker at a very expensive club and I got a royal flush. Best day so far in Red Dead Redemption 2

Author — God of Destruction

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What made poker popular on tv was SEEING THE CARDS!!

Author — Stucknmud

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Did I just spend 13 minutes looking at a guy thinking

Author — Moyster

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As usual, the experts are not sitting at the table but in the comment section.

Author — Dutch Defense

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Tedeschi is still wondering aimlessly around with a plastic carrier bag to this day.

Author — Reverend V

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i still dont know which name referred to which player

Author — ben creighton

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Petition to officially rename the Royal Flush to the "Super Mega Ultimo Nuts" (13:44)

Author — Samuel Cheffins

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Who's here after being recommended 2 Daniel Negreanu videos

Author — AstrooDocc

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That was a very decent thing for McCallister to do: give a two minute warning that he was going to call the clock. I've seen that guy play on tv before and he always seems to be a respectable guy.

Author — Bill j

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"seems like a common french first name, monsieur"

Author — barry white

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"Tedeschi" is italian for "Germans", so that's a french guy with an italian name that means germans. lol

Author — HeyDonutJudge

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12:14 Translation: "I know you have a really good hand, but I don't know if you have THAT good of a hand, AKA Royal Flush"

Smart decision to fold.

Author — Spencer Kraus

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I like how that guy built a castle out of chips.

Author — Jenny Lee

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2:49
Commentator: "Monsieur Tedeschi"
Other commentator:...
Other commentator: i think it's Paul

Author — Alonzo Trier

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“The best hand almost always”. I guess 5 aces is better?

Author — Gavin James

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This reminds me of the time I never got a Royal Flush

Author — agentd36

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Bit boring without knowing what cards they have...

Author — messi9991

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I brought my girlfriend to my weekly poker night and the FIRST live hand she ever played after being explained the rules she got a royal flush

Author — Olly Hahn

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Tedeschi: French player, Italian name that means Germans. As European as they come.

Author — Carlo Bissolotti