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Boom! From nowhere the Play Money nosebleeds stakes came to life this week with five new entries into the all-time Top 10. That includes a record smashing biggest-ever pot worth over 6B chips!
The hand in question took place at the new 10M/20M stakes in a game of No Limit Hold'em. The hand played out three ways between Italy's 'viziato1991', Canada's 'MoXpade' and 2003 WSOP Champion Chris 'Money800' Moneymaker, and the winner took it all.
'viziato1991' had the button and opened the action with a minimum raise to 40M. 'MoXpade' in the small blind decided that wasn't rich enough and popped it to 140M. Moneymaker looked at his 5♥2♠ and wisely folded leaving 'viziato1991' to make the call.
The flop brought a potentially slippery trio of 8♠T♦J♠ and 'MoXpade' led out for 193M chips - again 'viziato1991' made the call. The turn was the 7♦ which led both players to check.
The river slammed down an incendiary 9♠ to complete a five card straight on the board. 'MoXpade' liked what he saw and led out for 677M chips. 'viziato1991' also appeared to be pleased with the community cards and moved all in for over 3B chips. 'MoXpade' only had 2.2B left behind and was holding A♣Q♠ for the improved straight - he made the call.
The Italian turned his cards to reveal 4♠6♠ for a heart-breaking baby flush. The speculative pre-flop play proved profitable as 'viziato1991' dragged a pot of 6.47B chips, more than a billion clear of the previous record!
The PM high rollers didn't stop there. 'viziato1991' went on to claim a 4.9B chip pot for third on the all-time list when he showed down a bigger full house than his opponent. It was the unlucky 'MoXpade' on the receiving end again. The Italian also secured 4.1B chips in the week's fifth biggest hand (eighth all time).
The third biggest hand for the week went to 'Kleppr' and weighed in at 4.6B chips (fourth all-time). This time it was 'viziato1991' on the receiving end as his kings were cracked by a flopped flush draw and middle pair combo. All the chips went in on the flop and the turn promptly completed the flush.
The fourth biggest for the week took the title of Biggest Ever Omaha Hand and was clocked at 4.1B chips (1.8B more than the previous record held by 'tripticon'). It was a clash between two little known names for the Monster Pot Report 'Detcidda' and 'chedi1'. Unusually for Omaha, the two players held almost the same hand, with only one of the lower cards differing. It should come as little surprise then that the hand finished with a split pot. Both caught top and bottom pair on the flop and neither player improved from there.
Taking a step down to 5M/10M, the action was also significant. Besides the usual suspects already listed above, there were 2B+ pots for 'Mike.Dot.Roy' (twice benefitting from big bluffs from 'viziato1991'), 'Spotter2002' (flopped top pair holding up against overcards) and 'glaedr8' (who extracted full value from a flopped set).
At 2.5M/5M it was 'zvjerka1' that finished top of the pile. Sitting in a six-handed game, the American took a shot with 7♣8♣ and ran into a flopped three-of-a-kind. 'micula213' was driving the action with pocket kings and unfortunately couldn't escape when the big raise came. The call was made, generating a pot of 1.92B chips, and no other kings came to the rescue.
At 1M/2M it was another Omaha hand from 'chedi1' that took the top spot. His pocket queens produced a set on the flop, and his opponents also caught enough to remain interested (bottom set and top pair with a flush draw). The running sevens on turn and river cranked him up to a full house and with it a 1.28B chip win.
Finally, at the relative sanity of the 500K/1M tables, it was a 450M pot from 'recolec' that took first place. In a nine-handed game the Mexican player flopped top pair with his Big Slick (AK), and was smart enough to bet out the drawing hands. He was ultimately paid off by an inferior pair and avoided allowing one of his opponents to make what would have been a winning straight.
Here are the top 10 hands of all time as recorded by the Monster Pot Report:
4,145,580,000 Detcidda & chedi1
4,068,940,000 GQ Jay29
This week's biggest pots broken down by stakes were as follows:
4,145,580,000 Detcidda & chedi1
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Biggest Poker Cash Pot Ever Recorded Cd
Poker tournament players often find themselves in the limelight and hogging the headlines due to the very nature of the game. Tournaments crown a champion, the last player standing who usually turns a small investment into a much larger sum. While that is true, cash is king when it comes to making regular money from poker despite cash game players often flying under the radar.
Massive cash game pots are won and lost every day in casinos around the world, but these tend to go unnoticed as live high stakes games are often private. Online poker, however, is a different story as you can watch the action unfold in front of you.
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There was a golden spell in the online poker world during 2009 that saw some ridiculous hands take place. A then-unknown player called “Isildur1”, who we now know to be Viktor Blom of Sweden, appeared from apparently nowhere and took on some of the world’s elite players at nosebleed stakes at Full Tilt Poker, now owned by PokerStars.
Five of the biggest cash game pots in online poker history involved Blom and all were played on heads-up pot-limit Omaha tables with blinds of $500/$1,000. Here is how those massive hands went down.
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Patrick Antonius vs Viktor “Isildur1” Blom – $1,356,947
Patrik Antonius, winner of the biggest ever online cash game pot
The biggest ever online poker cash game pot weighed it at an incredible $1,356,947 and it went to Finnish superstar Patrik Antonius. At the start of the hand, Blom had a stack of $678,473 with Antonius was sat with $1,259,450.
Blom was on the button and raised to $3,000 holding 9s-8h-7d-6d. Antonius responded with a three-bet to $9,000 holding Ah-Kh-Ks-3s. Blom four-bet to $27,000 and then called when Antonius five-bet to $81,000.
With $162,000 already in the pot, the flop fell 4s-5c-2h, gifting Antonius a straight. Antonius fired a bet of $91,000 only to see Blom raise to $435,000 leaving himself a shade under $163,000 behind. Antonius raised to $870,000 and Blom called off the remainder of his stack to create the huge $1,356,947 pot.
Antonius was a very slight 54.63% to 45.37% favorite to win the monster-sized pot, odds that increased to 77.50% on the arrival of the 5h turn because the Finn now had the nut flush draw in his arsenal, taking away some of Blom’s precious outs. The river was the 9c and the pot slid to Antonius, stacking Blom and sending railbirds wild.
Phil Ivey vs Viktor “Isildur1” Blom – $1,127,955
Viktor Blom was involved in all five of the biggest online cash game pots of all time
Blom was involved in another seven-figure pot two days after breaking the record. Again, it was on a $500/$1,000 PLO heads-up table, although this time the Swede had locked horns with the legendary Phil Ivey.
Ivey started the hand with $563,977 and Blom $638.457. Ivey opened with a raise to $3,000, Blom put in a raise to $9,000 before calling Ivey’s four-bet to $27,000. Both players checked the arrival of the Js-Ks-Jd flop. Ivey then led for $41,000 into the $54,000 pot when the Td landed on the turn. Blom raised to $177,000 and was called.
The river was the 5d and Ivey checked again. Blom bet $408,000 and Ivey called off his remaining $359,977 only to muck his hand when Blom turned over Kd-Kc-5h-4d for a flopped full house.
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Patrick Antonius vs Viktor “Isildur1” Blom – $878,959
Antonius and Blom clashed a week before the biggest cash game pot of all time in a hand that saw the Finn scoop $878,959.
The hand started with a raise to $3,000 from Blom and a call from his opponent. Antonius checked the 5h-7h-Qs flop and Blom made a continuation bet of $5,000. Antonius check-raised to $21,000 and Blom put in the calling chips.
Antonius led for $48,000 on the Ad turn, Blom made it $192,000 to go and Antonius jammed all in for $416,479. Blom called and turned over As-Ks-Qd-Th for top two pair, with Antonius revealing Ah-Qc-9s-6h for top two pair, an inside straight draw and a flush draw, making him a narrow favorite as the most likely result (62.5% chance) was a split pot. That did not happeen because the river was the 8d, completing Antonius’ straight. Ouch.
Phil Ivey vs Viktor “Isildur1” Blom – $832,940
The fourth biggest online cash game pot involved Ivey and Blom and weighed in at $832,940. It was a classic middle set versus flush draw scenario that saw $54,000 in the middle of the table before the Ac-6c-4d flop was dealt.
Ivey checked the flop, Blom fired a $42,000 bet, Ivey made it $180,000 to go and then called when Blom moved all in for $389,470. Blom showed 6h-6d-3s-3h for a set of sixes, with Ivey turning over As-Qc-7s-3c for top pair and a flush draw.
The turn was a blank but the river was the king of clubs, completing Ivey’s flush and awarding him another huge pot.
Phil Ivey vs Viktor “Isildur1” Blom – $827,960
Ivey may have seen that last pot as sweet revenge for this hand, the fifth biggest in online history, as it happened 90-minutes before.
Ivey raised to $3,000 and called when Blom three-bet to $9,000. Blom continued for $15,000 on the 9s-2h-6s flop and Ivey opted to call. All the chips went into the middle on the 8d turn. Blom started it with a $42,000 bet that was raised to $157,000 by Ivey. Blom pushed his $389,980 stack into the middle and Ivey called.
It was Tc-8c-7s-3s for Ivey that had improved to a straight with a flush draw, and Qh-Jh-Td-9c for Blom for nothing but top pair with an inside straight draw, giving him exactly 20% equity in the hand. Amazingly, the 7c landed on the turn to give Blom a better straight and an $827,960 pot.