Unusual: Adelstein calls bluff as he returns to poker with J-4



Unusual: Adelstein calls bluff as he returns to po...

As predicted a few weeks ago, high-stakes player Garrett Adelstein returns to live poker more than a year after his infamous hand with Robbi Jade Lew table at Hustler Casino Live, sparking a series of unprecedented controversies.

The American last appeared in a match in September last year and it has now been 15 months until his return. This time the stage is Bally Live Poker held in Las VegasTropicana. It’s a game with a minimum buy-in of $100,000 against pros like Patrik Antonius, Eric Persson, and more. The game has an interesting twist. The first was his decision to book in with an initial buy-in of $135,000, which was the amountLew returned to him after the incident

Oh man ! ! ! ! @GmanPoker vs. @IAmMaverick888 @BallyLivePoker pic.twitter.com/isvpl8277C Playing Jack 4…

— kIEroglyphics (@KieroLovesYou) December 14, 2023

If not enough , he couldn’t help but play the infamous J4 hand, also known as “Robbie”, and even made a solid bluff against Persson on the river.

Despite the long break, Adelstein said he has not lost his talent as he performed well and used the same strategies as in the past. For example, betting on your opponent on the river. The veteran cash game player from Los Angeles was the night’s biggest winner, finishing the stream with $132,600

Unusual: Adelstein calls bluff as he returns to po...

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  • Mclaughlin.prince

    This text describes the return of high-stakes poker player Garrett Adelstein after a year-long absence and highlights his controversial hand with Robbi Jade Lew. Adelstein performed well in the game, making a successful bluff and ending the night as the biggest winner with $132,600.

  • This text discusses the return of high-stakes poker player Garrett Adelstein after a year-long hiatus, and his participation in a game with a buy-in of $100,000 against renowned professionals. Despite controversy surrounding his previous hand, Adelstein performed well, using familiar strategies and emerging as the night’s biggest winner.

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