Russian poker player wins $730,000 in 5 minutes

Expensive cash game on GGpoker is gaining momentum. One of these games on GGpoker was lucky for well known Russian highroller Timothy “Trueteller” Kuznetsov. In addition to Kuznetsov, there were several other well-known poker players at the online table: Viktor Malinovsky, Linus Leliger and Michael Adammo.

There was also another little-known poker player “crazytrader” under the flag of Hong Kong. It was he who initiated the ambiguous situation that brought Kuznetsov $ 730,000. A player with the nickname “crazytrader” offered poker players a $ 200,000 blind all-ins game.

Timofey Kuznetsov responded to the offer and the other participants refused. In 5 minutes Kuznetsov completely “zeroed” his opponent and earned $ 730,000.

Each of the seven “flips” with a $ 400,000 pot was drawn in the Run It Twice format. In the first hand, poker players split the pot, as Kuznetsov had a 7-10 hand and a crazytrader 2-10. In the next hand, the winner was Kuznetsov, as his A-5 were stronger than 4-10 of the opponents.

In the third hand, Timothy had an A-5 on his hands again, and a crazytrader had a K-9. The latter was again unlucky to see the right cards on the board and he lost $ 200,000 again.

In the last hand of the evening, crazytrader went all-in with 2-10 and lost again to Kuznetsov’s K-J.

Andriey Nabukhotnyi

Former editor-in-chief of Ukrainian specialized magazine catalogue Entertainment Industry. Andriey is E-Play's observer of Eastern European gambling market.

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