There were six crazy records set last night

There were six crazy records set last night

Summary:

The Super High Stakes Week at Hustler Casino Live ended with a 16-hour live-stream of a $200/$400 cash game. The game set a number of records, including the most money in play, the biggest pot, the most profitable session, and the largest stacks. Jean Robert-Bellande set a new record for the most profitable session in the history of the company.

The Super High Stakes Week at Hustler Casino Live ended with a bang. The sixteen-hour live-streamed $200/$400 cash game, with an $800 straddle in play for most of it, was the longest stream the company has ever attempted.

There were more records that didn’t stop there. The game set a number of records, including the most money in play, the biggest pot, the most profitable session, and the largest stacks.

At the end of the stream, the exhausted team said, “History was made last night/this morning Longest stream ever (nearly 16 hours), thanks to everyone involved!!”

The new Hustler Casino Live records have been set

Jean Robert-Bellande set a new record for the most profitable session in the history of the company. Over the course of the session, he ran his $100k starting stack up largely at the cost of Mikki Mase, Kaufman, and J.R.

Allen Keating ended the session down by around $100k despite his enormous final stack. In the past, he has not had the best luck with the company. He was in danger of being down a lot more than just $100k, but was saved when he won the biggest pot in history.

At the end of the sixteen hours of play, there was $4.7 million on the table, with the shortest stack being $276k. The smallest stack in play was 345 straddles deep. This was a really deep stack poker.

Allen Keating had a cool $1 million in front of him. In front of him, Jean-Robert Bellande finished up with $904k.

At certain points during the stream, both players had over $1 million in front of them, setting records for the biggest dollar value stacks. At 2.5k+ big blinds, those stacks are the deepest relative stacks in the show’s history.

This was the end of a full week of high-stakes streams. It is going to be a thrill to see what shark is going to jump next.

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