Crypto Whales Bet 300K USDT On A Crazy Hand Of Poker At CoinPoker

Author: CoinSense

Celebrity poker player Antanas ‘Tony G’ Guoga won a pot worth just over $300,000 this weekend on the CoinPoker website, beating an anonymous whale in a high-stakes 1000/2000 game.

The game took place as part of the Crypto Series of Poker (CSOP), which is making $1 million in prize money available across 41 tournaments.

It saw Guoga – who is also the CoinPoker founder – call the hand of high-rolling user nvoskob1986, who had played with a two pair of Aces and fives, against Guoga’s two pair of Aces and Jacks.

The pot Guoga won is the largest TwoPlusTwo has recorded so far this month, but with the series set to continue next weekend, it may remain the highest for too long.

Crypto Whales Bet 300K USDT On A Crazy Poker Hand At CoinPoker

Taking place on CoinPoker, the game began with Tony G sitting on USDT 547,323 and his opponent, nvoskob1986, sitting on USDT 152,413.

His opponent raised the pre-flop to USDT 6,000, with Guago responding with a 3-bet to §18,000, before nvoskob1986 called at USDT 12,000.

This led to a flop worth USDT 36,000, in which Tony G bet USDT 36,750 and nvoskob1986 raised to USDT 133,913, all in.

Guoga responded to this by calling at USDT 97,162.70, with the turn and river rounds seeing both players go all in.

Eventually, Tony G called nvoskob1986, who revealed a five of Spades, four of Diamonds, six of Hearts and Ace of Clubs.

As for Guoga, he had a ten of Clubs, Jack of Clubs, three of Diamonds and Ace of Diamonds, enough to take down the pot of roughly USDT 304,000.

This left Tony G with a stack worth around $700,000 at the end of the night.

Not the First Big Pot on CoinPoker

CoinPoker is no stranger to high-value pots, with Tony G also winning the largest pot in the history of online poker in February 2022, worth $7.7 million.

Other big pots could be seen between now and Sunday April 28th, when the CSOP comes to an end.

The series has featured and will feature various poker events, including freerolls, MonsterStack games, progressive knockouts, and pot-limit Omaha tables.

It will end on Sunday with a Grand Finale that will see the best players compete against each other for similarly large payouts.

Of course, players don’t necessarily need to participate in the CSOP to see what CoinPoker is all about.

The site is open all year round, enabling users to stake crypto in their games of poker.

The platform is fully decentralized, using a transparent random number generator that players can view at any time.

It accepts deposits of USDT, CHP (CoinPoker), BTC or ETH, which players can also withdraw at any time if they wish to cash out their winnings.

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Disclaimer: Crypto is a high-risk asset class. This article is provided for informational purposes and does not constitute investment advice. You could lose all of your capital.