Robbi Lew, of Robbi Lew-Garrett Adelstein J4 scandal, as been playing a lot of poker and catching a lot of eyeballs ever since the scandal last year. Recently she was playing at Aria Poker Room in Las Vegas, where she found herself titling after being eliminated, just before bagging for the day.
In her tweet, she wrote that if anyone wanted to know what tilt looks like, then they should watch her videos, referring to the two videos attached with the tweet.
In case anyone was wondering what tilt looks like… watch below! (Apologies for the close-up conversation… I clearly need to work on my camera distance )
KK < QQ all-in pre-flop… and ofc a Q shows up on the flop 🤮 last hand of the day! Lost it all 5 min before bagging.… pic.twitter.com/p8R2uzhxYC
— Robbi Jade Lew (@RobbiJadeLew) June 11, 2023
In one of the videos, she is seen narrating the entire sequence of events, while in the second video, she shared a video of the hand playing out where she faced a bad beat.
She narrates how just half an hour before bagging for the day, she 3-bet with pocket jacks having a stack of 120,000 chips and is faced with a 4-bet jammed by a player who she had covered with 2.5x more chips. She goes on to explain how she decided to make the call, and the opponent flipped KQo. The turn brought a K. She lost almost half her stack there and was down to 65K.
She then shared that they moved tables where all the stacks were big. And she’s dealt with pocket kings just 15 minutes before the day ends. Lew thought it was a great opportunity for her to double up, and hence she 3-bet jams, only to be faced by a 4-bet. The opponent has pocket queens, and a Q falls on the flop.
In her tweet, she mentions the hand, followed by, “Is this why quitters quit?! Because I’m really feeling it … 😖” (sic.) She also shares how badly she needed a hug after that tilt. “I’m not even a hugger, but pretty sure I could use a few hugs right now! 😭” (sic.)
Disappointed, in her tweet she also shared her feelings and appreciated those who don’t give up even after suffer bad beats are still resilient to play. “I am constantly floored at the stamina and resilience this tournament grind demands. It takes a certain type to endure it, and I have mad respect for those who have done it year after year…. How you pick up after defeat is truly a remarkable strength 🙌🏼 One day at a time 🧘🏻♀️,” (sic) she writes.
She ends the tweet by saying, “I’m currently riding the struggle bus 😢😵💫.” At the end of the video, she says that one of her friends told her she had run badly. However, the reply section of the tweet was flooded with people and fans encouraging her. Have a look.
Brutal way to go out. Got your money in good (real good). That’s about all you can do. If you consistently get your money in bad THEN it’s time ask “what am I doing”. This isn’t the case here. Just gotta shake it off and move forward. G/L ✌🏻
— Dave Williams (@DaveWil39946774) June 11, 2023
My friend was at the table for the KK misdeal debacle, said you handled it impressively well. Much more impressive than whether or not you bagged a tournament IMO
— Brian Hastings (@brianchastings) June 11, 2023
weird things can happen in live poker that can screw u over. im learning that u just gotta do the best u can and control what u can control. dont let it bug u too bad, youll get them in the next one
— Chris Meyers (@ShipDontDie) June 11, 2023
You can’t worry about those spots. It happens to all of us. It’s just variance. Don’t let it get to you and affect your decision making in future spots.
— Tino (@OMGTinoG) June 11, 2023
Poker is probably the most tilting activity on earth. 🙄
— Bass (@Bass06379449) June 11, 2023
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Amarylisa Gonsalves is a Content Writer at Gutshot Magazine. Advancing from a marketing background, she found her calling in writing. She takes delight in exploring genres and is a curious learner. Patient and ambivert, she believes in letting her work speak for itself. Apart from content writing, she finds solace in writing poetry by expressing herself through words. Additionally, she adores indulging in anything that satisfies her creative self, like drawing and DIY crafts.
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