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  • @NateRiver87 loool yeah dealers pull cold decks out of their arse’s on the sly… grow up, go watch jamie gold from around day 4/5 in 06, you havent seen such luck till you see that!

  • Holy fuck what a lucky bastard.

  • Then Cada lived to be 122 and won the lotto (2:33)

  • @NateRiver87 Oh yeah? Then you never watch Jerry Yang play did you?

  • @NateRiver87 Oh yeah? Then you never watch Jerry Yang play did you?

  • @NateRiver87 Oh yeah? Then you never watch Jerry Yang play did you?

  • saout is much better player than cada lol

  • poker is alot of luck but also skill and there is a reason he is there im not saying he played it right but he was sorta of bluffing

  • i think the WSOP of 2009 was manipulated… i’ve never seen too luck like this for one player…

  • 2 outter from fucking hell

  • Darvin would have won it lmao

  • @pp0u1110 it was, but the fact of going all in preflop with 22 makes him look like a donk, if he just called the reraise preflop and then hit the set on the flop makes the play look different

  • I HATE watching shit like this!

  • I am surprised there are no youtube donks who say he played it right.

  • @pp0u1110 Yeah, Cada just calls pre-flop, then it wouldve ben shove-shove after.

  • The fact that Cada’s “fans” are cheering on this donk when he gets lucky says a lot about them.

  • I just love how Lon McEachern does commentary.He is like Mike Breen of Poker sportscasting.”OHHHHH!a deuce for Cada he gets the set!” Classic.

  • I would lay down pocket aces to Joe Cada. This guy just never loses a hand, no matter how far behind he is when all his chips are in.

    When he sucked out twice in a row to knock out the chip leader, he said “you deserve it”.

  • I give more probs to Jamie Gold

  • He gets 22 and he three bets it all in, what a joke.

  • @Taroxus I suppose that defending your raise is one school of thought. But I work under the assumption that you should only be calling a raise with a speculative hand if it is less than 5% of the effective stack. 22 plays badly post-flop unless it hits and the odds of that are 7.5:1 or around 13%. Then, even if it hits it is very likely that he won’t get much action from his opponent. Suppose an Ace or a King come on the board, Saout is just going to shut down. I think he should have folded

  • @toby0cooper yes he did, the raise was only 3.5 million, they each had about 40 million, so you could call and defend your raise a ‘lil

  • @pp0u1110 The flop should be irrelevant in this situation, he should have folded the 22 to a re-raise, he didn’t have a big enough chip stack to make that call out of position

  • don’t hate the player, hate the game.

  • cada over-play his 22 so bad preflop and got like that …. online players are overrated.