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WATCH: High-Stakes Poker Pro Garrett Adelstein Shrugs Off A Brutal Slow Roll

Six-Figure Pot Takes Place In A $100-$200-$400 No-Limit Cash Game

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High-stakes poker player Garrett Adelstein demonstrated yet again what a nice guy he is in a recent live stream from the Hustler Casino in Gardena, California.

In the video, Adelstein is seen on the losing end of an all-in hand with KSpade Suit 10Spade Suit on a board reading QHeart Suit 3Heart Suit 3Club Suit 4Diamond Suit KDiamond Suit against his opponent Dylan Gang’s pocket fours for a full house.

The pot was worth about $186,000 in the $100-$200-$400 no-limit hold’em game.

After seeing the chips go in the pot, Gang inexplicably said, “good call.” Adelstein tabled his hand and began dragging his chips back, only for Gang to add, “just kidding.”

Despite getting salt rubbed in his wound, Adelstein barely reacted to the situation. It was a classy move despite the slow roll.

He later addressed the hand on social media, continuing to shrug off the poor etiquette that would have sent many players off.