High-stakes poker player Garrett Adelstein was a super nice guy in a recent live stream from the Hustler Casino in Gardena, California.
In a clip posted to Twitter by another poker player, Adelstein is seen on the losing end of an all-in hand with K 10 on a board reading Q 3 3 4 K against his opponent’s pocket fours for a full house.
The pot was worth about $180,000.
Only the end of the action was shown in the video, and it looked like Adelstein called all in. His opponent inexplicably told Adelstein “good call,” only moments later to say “just kidding.”
Adelstein barely reacted to the situation, a classy move despite the slow roll.
He later posted a Tweet about the hand, continuing to shrug off the poor etiquette.
The lack of response by @GmanPoker here is straight class. This is the model for all professionals. pic.twitter.com/2ST2dKdWUu
— Johnnie VIBΞS (@JohnnieVibes) February 19, 2022
Regarding the pot I lost w KT vs Dylan’s 44: We have no history aside from playful banter last week. I have no ill will towards him and he’s welcome to slowroll, needle, moon me midhand, etc. That said, he’s got an uphill battle if he thinks I’m affected by anything he does/says
— Garrett Adelstein (@GmanPoker) February 19, 2022