Is this an unspoken rule of poker streams that should just never happen? Andy Stacks is furious at the newcomer Eric who is gracing the popular Hustler Casino Live stream for the first time. What are your thoughts on what happens? Is Andy right or wrong?

Henry is introduced as a financial professional and has become a regular poker player on Hustler Casino Live. Eric was appearing for the first time on the show and had been invited by Saya Ono, little more is known about him. Andy Stacks is a well known professional poker player & GGPoker Ambassador originally from Taiwan who currently resides in Los Angeles, United States. Over the last decade, Andy Stacks has established himself as one of the most recognizable faces on live poker streams playing regularly on ‘Hustler Casino Live’ and ‘Live At The Bike’. Andy is known for his calm and quiet demeanor at the poker table and was given his nickname “Andy Stacks” from the monstrous towers of poker chips that are almost always in front of him.

Hustler Casino Live is a full-scale, high-value poker production. Close to a million dollars was spent transforming the casino’s high-limit poker room, the Crystal Room, into the set of this new state-of-the-art live poker show. Hustler Casino Live looks more like coverage of a TV broadcast sporting event and appeals to those beyond the poker community. Unscripted and unedited, they host regular poker streams such as ‘Max Pain Monday’ and ‘Thirsty Thursday’. Some of the notable poker players to appear on the show have been Phil Ivey, Tom Dwan – durrrr, Phil Hellmuth, Chris Moneymaker, Doug Polk – WCGRider, Garrett Adelstein – GMan, Tony G, and many more.

The Hustler Casino was founded by the late Larry Flynt. It has been operational since June 22, 2000. It is located in Gardena, California about 25km south of downtown Los Angeles. It has poker, table games, and slots.

This high stakes poker hand took place at the Hustler Casino Live casino in Los Angeles, California.

🃏 Preflop: The action starts with Henry who opts to raise with K9s from the cutoff, Will defends his big blind with QJo. Eric in the straddle looks down at pocket jacks aka the Jiggities and decides to 3-bet to $6,400. Both Henry and Will decide to call as all three of them head to the flop.

🔥 Flop – Kd Kc 9c: Henry couldn’t have really asked for a better flop as he cannot believe his eyes as he flops a full house! Will, who has a gutshot, decides to check to the preflop aggressor. Eric continues to tell his story of strength with a small continuation bet of $6,000. Henry correctly identifies that this is a spot that he should slowplay and elects for a call. Will folds in the big blind.

💪 Turn – Jc: The turn is an absolute disaster for Eric but he doesn’t know it as he now hits a full house too. Eric now thinks he is laying the trap as he decides to get tricky and check. Henry quite rightly wants to keep building a pot and sends out a bet of $15,000. Eric makes an easy call. He doesn’t want to scare his opponent away in case he is bluffing as he believes he has the hand locked up!

🚀 River – 2d: The river card changes nothing in their relative hand strength. Eric decides to check again, praying that Henry fires again. His prayers are answered as Henry shoves for $48,500 into the $62,500 pot. Eric snap calls and is shown the terrible news, his full house is no good!

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