Stacks with doubtlessly 6,666 huge blinds in clashed in a cash game in the US this week making for a ridiculous pot.
The Pearl River Resort poker room in Philadelphia would possibly simply be house to one in all the largest uncapped cash video games you’re ever more likely to see, if a current tweet is to be believed.
Cardroom supervisor John Hagberg tweeted yesterday that the native $1/$3 game had a pot in extra of $40,000 this week. He additionally reposted that the $2/$5 game had over $90,000 on the desk.
If that $40,000 pot was a heads-up pot, it signifies that roughly every participant had 6,666 huge blinds in their stack earlier than the hand started. Even if it was multiway the stacks have been in the hundreds of huge blinds.
Heard the 2/5 NLH game had over $90k on the desk! Sick motion over right here.
— John Hagberg (@ratesbyjohn) September 13, 2022
There is not any hand historical past to report sadly so we should take Hagberg at his phrase. It isn’t unusual for uncapped cash video games like this to have ridiculous stacks at the desk. It usually occurs in smaller poker rooms the place there usually are not sufficient gamers and/or sellers to unfold a variety of cash game stakes. Often the video games play like a lot greater stakes with preflop opens a lot bigger than is common.
This, nonetheless, seems at first look to be about as huge as the stacks can get in a typical $1/$3 game and it could be fascinating to see what the hand historical past was.
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