MrBeast makes a SHOCKING ALL-IN | Poker After Dark S13E13
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pokerpros oh my god politicians well the game would work well if you could see the card first and celebrities let's see what happens come together for a common goal the luck is in my favor to win all the chips on the table oh man godzilla versus king kong most of the time when we show you the bright lights of las vegas and this scenic of the aria you come to expect gambling
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pokergo studio we bring you our first ever free roll sit and go and everyone's a winner and by everyone i mean the charities for whom these guys are going to be playing for we'll get to them in just a moment ali najjad in the booth and jeff platt gonna handle the interviews today those should be familiar faces to everyone watching phil hellmuth the legendary doyle brunson and united states senator ted cruz join us one time solicitor general ted a
pokerenthusiast has come to test his medal against not only the
pokerlegends but how about some chess legends as well stanford university graduate alexandra botez a prolific streamer in the space and more folks responsible for content clay travis a sports journalist and political commentator and graham steven a real estate agent and youtuber prolific content creator in the personal finance space sold 130 million dollars worth of real estate over his young career has the 31 year old 5k...
put up for each player and it is the top that will be three to donate to their charities 20 000 for first place 10 000 for a second 5 000 for third and it's a turbo structure just 15 minute levels the blinds will be 500 and 1000 big blind ante and you may notice that we have an empty chair in seat two soon to arrive will be none other than youtuber and
pokerenthusiast jimmy donaldson better known to those in the youtube streets as mr beast his flight has been a little delayed but we will plop a full stack promote front of him when he gets here sell sell sell so positivity which tony robbins recommends phil hellmuth what's for you opens later later later we'll get a little later in the match and then graham defends his big blind three thousand three king high does not beat ace high but nevertheless feels like you have a flush drop he wants to take a peek at the turn on this board he doesn't like hitter the ace max hellmuth who already had the best hand i'm sorry and a very modest 1k bet raised to three thousand which hellmuth is not buying any of all right i'm gonna have our first failed bluff of the evening oh that's close not that good though i had it i had it hellmuth perhaps the best known face in
pokerand certainly among the top three if not number one it's too early to pull out all the gags but i'm hungry i want a pop turtle ted cruz that smile suggests he is a man that is more a kid in a candy store than anything else right now has...
a lot of needling well educated sorry alumnus of both princeton when you play and harvard serves on the committee on foreign relations sponsorship's a thing in chess yeah or at least for for content um because the only other sponsorships only go to top players but now people don't monetize their chess but they monetize their viewers so how did the netflix show change things for you had to be like pretty huge right yeah it basically started bringing attention from all the main stream media sources so that was really helpful did you watch the queen's gambit doyle huh did you watch the queen's gambit no this chess show was amazing you saw it yeah i saw it yeah yeah it's great it was amazing how realistic was it i mean it's it was the most accurate depiction of chess in tv that i've ever seen before um there are obviously some things that miss like for example if you're gonna be the best in the world you would have had to technically start a little bit younger um they didn't really show her losing or drawing much it just seemed like a straight shot to the top and the best players still struggle with that and then they didn't really show all of the things about sexism in chess but it was kind of nice because you don't want a show about being a female chess fighter is like no she just happens to be female so that was cool where did you grow up in canada although i was i was born in in the u.s but then my parents moved to canada pretty...
we're in canada uh in vancouver that's cool she finally got to god's country yeah it's a great town vancouver i mean when you said you came from canada i was like well she's not a lot of needle people we do we just say oh sorry about it you know say sarian with a canadian how do you say it sorry sorry glory you're gonna throw a w in there i'm really sorry raised to 3 000. about sorry about it sorry a little minnesota too you've got the so you went texas to canada i went canada and texas yeah there you go from the small blind looking to punish graham's limp and again he has a king high but it turns into a pair of nines yep i was pulling well thank you life is long potez flops a pair of sevens but decides to check it graham checks back it's really nice to have the biggest legend in
pokerhistory at the table mr doyle brunson okay the man the myth legends an old old man now alexandra bet the turn with the worst hand graham promptly called and now she binks trips sevens takes another peek just to make sure she's as lucky as she thinks she is and now with 14 000 in there she's got to come up with a number and the sizing just three thousand so i have to show both all right chess girl three sevens big hand alert wow they both had hands how's the pot so small yeah i guess that's a good point you worry about your pots phil so a nice haul there for the 25 year old chess professional streamer a five-time canadian national girls...
champion people always nicknamed me chess girl even though i remember being 15 and thinking oh god i hope there's going to be something in my life i'm as good at that is not chess i hope this is not the one skill i'm the best at and then it really traumatized me and then i decided to focus more on school than chess it's good not to play too many hands so you know yeah i don't know what your coach has taught you this is actually my first game really ever uh no but i believed you for i didn't believe it until i thought about it this is a tricky one she's messing she's already i know i know i'm already getting in phil's head that's that she has she has the eq you can tell you know she has the iq but now she's shown us the eq well that's what you're famous for right you're actually able to read people you don't care about optimize theory i care about optimized theory to a point but let's just say let's just say you raised it and i re-raised it and you raced it again and i have queens yeah and you move in all the optima all the optimal theory says i have to call you right but if i think somehow you have aces of kings then i can take a little shortcut correct a reading a white magic reads shortcut and just fold the queens and save my stack interesting you can save your stack a couple of times a day you're going to win a lot more botes opened with ace 10 graham defended his big with ace jack and his way out...
in front but out of position he checks the king high rainbow board alexandra checks back and flashes a smile as they both pick up wheel draws all right does anybody want a strawberry frosted pop-tarts i'll take one thank you ted sure all right yeah you can have one of these wait wait you can't touch it give it to the senator first you know like the king right yeah the the joys of taste doesn't somebody have to poison test it first yeah yeah right see he found a good use for your book yeah it's exactly the right size it's a coaster for pop-tarts it's a pop-tart holder that's what she's good for oh my god in the midst of pop-tart distribution oh my goodness a full pot-sized bet here from alexandria it's a bluff and a snap call from graham with the best hand you think i have clovers but i don't oh bluff here we go ace jack hi what a call what just happened
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darkspecial charity sit and go headlined by none other than texas senator ted cruz who sat down with our jeff platt to tell us his
pokerorigin story well senator welcome to
darkit's great to have you here what's your what's your
fill us in well i grew up playing
pokermy grandmother taught me wow and and so my parents would drop me off my grandmother's house i would play and i'd win and i'd win and i win and when i was eight or nine years old i had saved up five dollars uh which was ten weeks allowance because i got 50 cents a week allowance and so i came and said granny let's play for real money so we sat down played for real money she took every penny from it when my mom came to pick me up i was crying tears coming down my face and my grandmother was just laughing you know she's irish and italian and happy to teach your grandson a lesson well let that serve as a warning folks sweet old grandma might just be a card shark four-way action for 1k ahead and graham certainly could have raised this ace king suited made me nervous it was a look does she have anything or not that's like flaps top kicker and closes the action with the check because i do have a flop beautez with the tens in a gunshot straight draw still not a better and hellmuth decides it's time to come out swinging brunson tagged a five but he's out of there jennifer tilly did really well yesterday too sure i think she's still respect doyle but not graham how much experience does she have 2 000. she plays quite a bit doesn't she yeah i mean i did a video on her and saying something about the 10 000 hours this seems when i turn on tv she's on there oh there's a book out there not just your...
screen for ten thousand hours you're a master yeah malcolm gladwell's book has a chapter he's taking the pot courtesy of the fact that graham did not turn his hand over he folded the winner there um i think that one is outliers there's another one david and goliath so which are both really good and then 2t well my guess is that phil didn't have a whole lot of situations like the one he just encountered right there to his information 15 world series of
pokerbraces he all stars and says do you notice anything about them and their birth dates are all i think beginning of february and i guess the canadian youth hockey basically they were when they were five-year-olds they were the oldest five-year-olds in their league and his whole thesis is all right translation so they were the best when they were five they were the best when they were six so they worked harder they worked harder they worked harder and they rose up but his thesis was if you change the birthday cutoff to june the all-stars would be a totally different list which is a pretty wild it's a wild assertion yeah yeah yeah i agree well wild hypocrisy get held back now especially in the south you know to be able to play older by the football yeah for football and other sports too i mean if you're you know 18 years old well travis is well situated to speak on that subject and virtually anything else that's involved in the sports space the george washington university and vanderbilt...
university graduate originally from nashville tennessee found it out kicked the coverage that's right taking the advice on your shirt an outspoken commentary site on sports headlines meanwhile this girl's paying attention to everything the logos on the shirts how can i work that into like playing with fire i i like the the fist bumps they give me confidence before you're going to take my money i'm building you up yeah you really are i'll take you down later okay okay okay you ever do that um only if i'm hustling people oh hustling who here how do you go out and like the central park and play the guys there yeah yeah i did a youtube video actually where i was playing hustlers and one of them went viral and got like 16 million i think i've seen that i think i saw that one yeah yeah that was wild i think i saw that one and it was filmed on an iphone i don't know how that happened that was pretty it's always those videos that end up doing the best you never did he beat you with that game though um one of the hustlers beat me one of the games yeah yeah because he's a master and like he's beaten grand masters before right right right but i felt like he was the king hustler yeah he is yeah so you won like 12 straight but i rematched him though and i got him that you got him yeah seven seven thousand dollars the chest street's nowhere near as profitable as the
pokerstreets and there has been a tremendous amount of interest in chess...
from the highest echelons of
pokerprofessionals and in turn now we're seeing chess pros diverting some of their focus to
pokermeanwhile hellmuth is focused on this blimp from alexandra on the button he
makesit seven thousand with ace ten and clay travis wants to play some cards been waiting patiently for this left is the detective really yeah and who who was that and uh his nephew my nephew yeah six seven nine two top pair for travis botez with two overs and the gutty and helmet with just the gutty which would be no good if the eight slid in there oh yeah alexandra not looking to play any further after travis lee it's for 10k so take it down clay that's little from my hand it's true too good thanks the all-time legend came out of retirement to play with us so what made you start playing
pokeryou said you started when you were a sophomore in college yeah what drew you in at that age to start playing well i'd only played one time in high school yep i came in from a date and i happened to see them playing and i went and started and i they were really bad and so you thought you could take advantage of it so i played all that yeah and had you played before or was that first time you were sitting down at a table that was the second time i was ever sitting down how did you do that night do you remember i played all night long and i had a track mate the next day oh yeah yeah so you were playing basketball you're running track you were doing and
yeah state champion in the mile actually yeah like a four minute 20 something like that 18. oh wow that's yeah it was good that's hardcore back then it was a hard car the funny thing is that was my best time but it was in the national meet and i didn't even place wow 408 one wow what have we said world did
pokerdistract at all from sports no not really travis looking for back to back w's some people can do both i guess graham so doesn't want to peel with the gutty helmets folding with the ace high and two for two welcome back to
darkwhere our charity sit and go has been low-key and polite for now as the blinds go up the action has moved along with it i could change i'm sorry about that picking up the action in a three-way limp pot oh biggest spot so far here we go hellmuth got involved with this six seven suited has himself an open ender up against top pair which is what senator cruz came out swinging with 60 years ago on the flop and yet it is graham who called the 7k and now having picked up a wheel draw on the turn comes out swinging with just the two overs and a quick slap of the wrist from the senator a little swearing ted well those of us who have played a whole lot of
pokerare looking at this situation here and going how on earth does this happen so i have to put in 17k but think back to the first time you got out there on the felt and it wasn't on a studio stage we see what that next card is up against established champs the...
game would work well if you could see the card first okay well all done good raise ted good raise nice i'm very curious to see what you said you'll never tell keep things close to the vest i remember i was filming once and it got down to johnny chan and i and i was like this is going to be some kind of a great heads up match we were filming
darkand the very first hand i'm little very free you can't make this up the very first hand i think had ace 10 and i raced and he moved in and i said he can't have it i have to call i don't want to call but i have to i have him beat and i called and he flopped two pair and i was just like johnny we this is a five-day show you he and i could have played it could have been two or three days straight i bet race to signal king queen suited and at the time tom dawn moved in on you you had two aces and the nbc had oh that one hurt oh my god you you get two tens right yeah yeah well yeah yeah that one really hurt the well don't go second guessing how sharp doyle's mind is he remembers the bad beats that helmets took we put in hundreds of big blinds that was a hand that he had a 10 on the turn sort of put tom dwan on the map actually meanwhile botez raised this pot up after clay travis opening the cut off with a limp i'll see the four in raise six and clay looking to play a little power
pokerhere he is in horrendous shape call that paired flop might allow him to run a three street bluff through...
these kings as alexandra's four thousand became ten she calls the extra six thirty six thousand in the middle now clay hits a five ten thousand i'll see the ten and i'll raise ten twenty thousand total look at this travis looking to play power
pokerwith who beautiful into him for ten thousand the min raised not enough to shake the kings and now what's going to happen on the river a black queen largest pot of the night obviously alexandra needs to respect the possibility that clay has a jack she'll check it one last effort to bluff this pot but is the sizing too small the answer is yes it looks like three jacks doesn't it that's what i'm worried about i said yeah oh my god somebody got caught with his hand in the cookie jar wow i was sweating the jacket yeah that was a good move you had me convinced yeah i i thought you would buy that i had the jacket i was just too tempted to play these like that you guys have impressed me y'all yeah wow that was gutsy man he went after it he did he i was gonna see the jack and i i thought you would think that i had the jack once it got down i was i was afraid you did but i thought yeah chess girl wasn't like she's like he only bet ten thousand the river yeah and you were doing loops on the inside i'm so good because if you would have raised a lot of like yeah if it moves are we before the break alexandra botes won the biggest pot of the night picking off a huge three street bluff from clay...
travis and leaving her as our new chip leader you have to be authentic well yeah clay travis being authentic he's answering this pop with a little bit more kit than he did the last one true brunson was the opener made it 8 000 to go ace jack 8 is the flop and if you're scratching your temple i'm wondering why on earth would open raise this hand well one not one but two world series of
pokermain event titles with that exact hand 10 deuce off suit so it is the text dolly i can get away with a little bit more get it you gotta play it call so failure appreciate when i was in high school i was on a cruise with my parents right before freshman year of college and i was up at the casino playing blackjack which cruise i don't even remember it was like caribbean or something yeah it's like out of galveston okay a four-day cruise or something and so i was playing blackjack and my dad who i'm very close to but he's a pastor and he comes up behind me and he crosses his arms and he her rumps disapprovingly and i'm like hi dad and i just sit there playing and i'm 17 and a pretty cocky kid and i'm playing for about 10 minutes and then my dad with his arms still crossed behind me under his breath he goes double down look what he goes double down look at the hold up look at the door look at that look at that he's got it he was bluffing it off with the tenders because he has to and he hit the diamond diamond wow oh my god that's a fun hint a bit...
of a gut punch there for clay travis who had way the best of it now doyle you've won bracelets with that i almost played a 10-2 earlier this game in honor of you i almost said all right to hell with it i'm betting to see what happens i didn't appreciate all that action okay so you're playing and you're and your father is a pastor is like this he's behind me he's got his arms crossed and then after about 10 minutes under his breath he goes double down i love it my dad was a
pokerplayer and i didn't know it he was doing the secret games for years he went he did yeah i came home and i never forget i raised it with a 10-8 he had a 10-7 and he stayed pat behind me i said how could you call that dad he said i've been seeing plays like that for 40 years that's when i found out that he was playing at the elks club sweetwater texas so did he teach you or who taught you to play
pokerinitially was it a buddy from college or no i think i just kind of had a knack for it i guess in the genes as we come to find out here for doyle brunson three-way limp pot check the round on the 1078 rainbow board and the nine on the turn giving helmet the jack high straight second round of checks in front of her and botezz figures why not and that is a very big bet with just ace high 10 into 12. hellmuth shoots her grin and that's a big bet there what's up young lady i'll check check alexandra i have a jack high stripe ends up with some shoulders...
after hitting the ice oh you tried to bluff i didn't try to vlog oh but you hit an ace so you had to so you gave up bluffing yeah i gave him a bluffing there your bluff would not have worked so exactly the ace save you some money i recently heard the term knit is that offensive in
pokeror is it okay no actual question okay okay doyle what is the term isn't it offensive to you when they call you admit i'll never have been called that welcome back inside the
darksuite where the sit and go is still six-handed but don't fear everyone i promise mr beast is on the way are you kids
pokerplayers uh no uh one is uh one is at uh citibank and the other one um has been you know he's smarter than my wife and i and his eq's higher than my wife and i and he just decided to drop out right near the end of college and kind of go do his thing and we were like what can i say i mean i was like cool and i'm sure it'll end up somewhere but but i respect it i mean his his goal is to become radically authentic which i think is amazing my kids are older than anybody here apparently no one really affects my big blind how often do you see a family pot in this studio very rare very rare so friendly two king jackson ace ten a couple of sixes and somehow a king and a jack roll off on this board top two for both helmuth and brunson and yet it is graham who decides with bottom pair and some backdoor straight potential to come out betting the good senator knows...
when it's time to throw away an eight with four players left to act behind him now beautiful has the gunshot straight draw aggression yeah aggression and this is a meaty raise from phil hellmuth doyle's played with him long enough to know phil doesn't usually put this kind of action in unless he's got a really strong hand oh man nevertheless doyle is going to move all in godzilla versus king kong i can't beat that i'm tired no paid speed no way you're right spade spade oh there you go i'm not even doyle with an old school slow roll it's harmless although you know doyle's put some bad beats on me in some of these shows the book happened this time a scoop should a spade roll off he will draw to it but knows i have the house i have the knife on the turn gives them both kings full and they'll carve it up all right that was strong that was fun i was like i almost felt sorry i'm like he has to have jack eight suited or king eight suited oh because he would have raced with eights wow and for the non-pros we all knew get the hell out of the yeah that was just run away i've never felt better about a fold before when doyle and i pile it in you better watch out weird to get adrenaline from a fold but i did that i loved it when you said two pair i thought you're gonna you are going to show like kings and eights i don't i don't think i call i'm little how much is it you know i make those weird folds three and three yeah...
you might have got me with king thank you how does that we both make the nuts yeah king eight would have been a painful hand to have there yes yes it would have really hurt she might have ended up the same place and that about all she wrote lines are at fifteen hundred and three thousand i feel like i feel like i have a line coming here let's see what chess girl does here well ted's not been playing a lot of hands he's playing this one it's assumption number one that's your mind's working it's running through assumptions yeah so it's okay so is seven two a good hand oh boy hellmuth limped in for the three and ted made it 13-5 from the small blind so alexandra let's go in the big let's back over to so he's talking so he's talking so he definitely is very strong here um i'm supposed to say do you know who i am but i don't think it works against senator cruz maybe not yeah nice hand i had king ton of clubs by the way yeah well very very smart don't show good for you although if you do show and you have it it builds up credibility for me uh we were a coin flip flippy you must have about nine burgers son wow bingo welcome back to
darkwhere the first all-in of the night ended in a chop involving ted cruz who actually has got some
pokerchops so what's the biggest difference between a pro and say someone who plays a regular family game i mean it how are the games fundamentally second tour of duty for...
kings with both you know when you're when you're in a family family game setting there's not as much raising before the flop pros pros almost always no i i'm the exception you saw me just call before the flop with king jack suited and king tun suited because i'm trying to trap people but all the other pros almost a vast majority are raising and they're betting every flop and they're very aggressive and you just don't see that in you know friendly games you don't see that in family games as much um it's like a completely different mindset you know six thousand six thousand and of all the folks you've played with who's like blown you away and said all right that's a hell of a player can't be anyone at this table doyle's been amazing forever wow all right we'll take him off the list um king's full now on the turn for alexandra she's back in front is kind of a great player daniel negroni eric seidel just won his ninth world championship recently which is pretty cool so a lot of the legends and there's some really great young players too i love the sizing out of botez just 10k are the greats are they a lot better at math stephen chidwick steven shidwick is a great young player that everybody respects i mean what are the differentiating skills i mean you obviously have to be able to do the numbers and then know know where you stand but then there's the people aspect of it it's interesting let's...
see this hand call wow king's full wow the oil had an ace wait wow nice nice hands this is the second time i got kinks today and the luck is in my favor you know but you you won chips on them too played it well thank you played both of them well oh i'll remember it there we go what up everybody jimmy bothers you no i like it welcome to the party mr beast welcome yeah nice to meet you let's see you again nice to see you okay southwest decided to delay my flight by two hours so here we are oh no glad you could make it you made it i'm already nervous jimmy i got it 23 year old exactly north carolinian is by all means a youtuber my nieces and nephews i said you're here and there's a lot of people that are like excited okay three and a half million combined subscribers 14 and a half billion views across the six youtube channels that he manages best girl's been killing me and mr beast is the 11th most subscribed channel on all of youtube yeah it's okay you'll join it you'll take over from i gotta just see how you play a little bit before i go in right back actually i was warned you play a lot of big pots but you usually have it yeah i usually lose so it should be basically free money for you guys i just started playing six months ago ace queen jack here is hellmuth open limp the button with the blinds now at two and four thousand his queens are best and his position but on the flop draws the curtain i have a queen anybody want to see or you...
just believe me i believe i like to see too yeah all right trust but verify all right so i want to hear more about you tell us a little bit about your uh so you have a youtube channel for finance right yeah i talk about uh really anything that's going on in the market i just try to make it fun i'm not great with names but we saw we saw we saw a guy who was doing the sports stuff switched to stocks uh portnoy yeah cool he's big into gambling i mean his thing is really just let's go into the most wild call options make a whole bunch of money have fun with it yeah but by the way portnoy i love you and thank you for putting me in the latest thing i'm just a little tired right now so a lot more is that working on more sponsorships yeah a couple of black hooks on the button for dolly well i don't think we're being paid by pop tarts so there you go thanks wow if phil's not being paid by pop-tarts that is just a genuine affinity for breakfast treats in the afternoon no less whoa here we go you guys have fun with that big potter right away senator will defend his ace eight limp but mr beast steps away for texas legends and right away an ace in the window leaving cruz in front out it's a 2-4 uh oh yeah you can always look right there yep oh perfect oh this is so professional i've never seen something like this cruise all right so leads for ten thousand okay so why
makesthe call why why do all of my nieces and nephews love you so much now ted...
picks up basically giving money to a living oh give away good money have a
pokerexactly and a million dollars with the fireworks yes that was probably one of my favorite videos yeah that was crazy we bought the biggest fireworks in the world and launched it really yeah i don't know it's cool we can just talk about whatever i feel like okay well they're just deadlocked if someone bets big and someone's studying then we can stop it oh wow wow you're giving money away now well the bets are pretty sizable that's good you asked i think he got me ted 16 000 pre-flop 10 on the flop 20 on the turn now 20 on the river and a huge chunk of brunson stack is heading to the senator who now is the chip leader much flair with how you guys throw the plug i've just been pushing them in i've been doing this wrong wow yeah all right we have well he may be the most experienced pro here but doyle brunson has his hands full tonight stick around
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pokergo.com all right so what do we call you beasts mister bees you just call me beast b star yeah how many people call you jimmy uh well not many and the problem is if you say that that most people won't know who you're talking about when they...
watch this how did you come up with the name uh i was 13. i honestly don't know i love the names that people picked as kids that just stuck yeah and then you get too big to change it yeah that's a good problem to have you ever think about changing the name like raised through the process speaking of good problems to have how about aces for helmuth and this time jimmy who
makeshis living giving away money apparently beast versus apex predator he's certainly poised to do some of that with this seven eight off suit although he flops himself an open-ended straight draw here i'm all in and leads out for 10 000 which is promptly piled on by hellmuth you can flip it over i probably shouldn't ask for advice but no i'm not gonna ask for advice so it's uh seven eight nine ten i mean i feel like i'll hit a straight so let's do it call no i just sat down but let's see what happens oh my goodness look at phil hellmuth oh all right did everything he could yeah i had this happen the other day right when i sat at the table the first hand i played you had pocket aces the problem is it's bad for the podcast if you lose like you lose because i have plot armor watch this i know i'm going to win because i have plot armor oh man wow all right let's see it's a good one i guess i can't give my if he hits it i can't get my usual tantrum it's a charity event oh gosh all right well not there on the turn one more tug at it and jimmy on...
a two-hour delay just landed the suspense is he headed back to the airport sure looks that way all right so what was the percentage chance i would hit it there uh well two to one you know what yeah you can multiply there were eight cards you could hit four two one four six is four jacks you could hit so multiply that times four so about thirty two percent gotcha plus you could make two pairs so in my case would you have folded i would have folded um and i wish you would hold it for the show wise because because we need mr beast does he i actually did yeah they want to do an interview with me real quick yeah he gets to stay we'll leave him here for another hour though okay oh oh so now i just got to see her watch everyone play and now you can just give color comments okay how many hands were you here for buddy that was the first hand i played and this dude gets pocket aces to my left i just he does have a reputation of going all in yeah you gave very accurate scouting yeah here's another look hellmuth jamming with what else pocket aces and mr beast deciding he just can't fold that open ender and that sends beast to the rail where he is standing by with jeff platt well mr beast you are most certainly fearless i would say take us through your thought process throughout that end uh well if you play it back i pretty much said it yeah uh i don't know percentages but i felt like there was a chance i would hit a straight and i didn't so next time on