The Hustler Casino YouTube channel posted several of their biggest televised punts of 2023.

If you don't know, a punt in poker is where one player (the punter) makes not-so-great decisions and gives away lots of chips.

This section seemed to be specially created for Nick Airball; he appeared in four out of ten clips, but he asn't always the one doing the punting..

10. Nick Airball – Mike X, $123,500

For his first gift to the viewers, Nick chose a suited and went after Mike X with .

Nick 4-bet preflop and 3-bet postflop – 40%, 80%, and overbet on the river. Mike and the top pair didn't hesitate for a second.

As soon as Nick bet $42,000 on the river, Mike said, "I have to call you," though he wasn't delighted about it. "Call," he said a few moments later.

9. DK – DGAF, $10,670

Despite the modest limit of $10/$20/$40, players built a pot of $900 preflop. As a result, the fearless player with the nickname DK went for it with , but ran into quads.

DGAF straddled to $400 and DK limped into the hand. On the flop, DGAF check-called $600 with trips. On the turn he raised to four of a kind and led $400, DK called, and overbet shoved on the river. There was no instant call with quads; DGAF thought for several minutes and even clarified whether the opponent wanted to see the call.

“Fuck it,” he sighed after a couple of minutes and still paid.

“I have 72,” DK opened the cards.

DGAF paused again, after which, with the words “no good,” he presented the absolute nuts.

The table rewarded this prank with friendly laughter.

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8. Dave the Dentist – Brad, $128,700

Here the players decided to sort things out preflop. The hands they chose were not the most obvious.

Dave on UTG put in a $3,600 straddle, and Brad in the highjack simply shoved $62,900 with . He got called instantly.

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7. Crazy Drew – Dan, $13,720

Another typical situation for Hustler streams. In a 3-bet pot, five people saw the flop at once.

Everyone checked the flop, on the turn a player with jacks bet $100 into a $4k pot, and Crazy Drew simply shoved in response. The owner of the queen of diamonds, that is, the second nut, almost choked on his drink, shook his head and stated that he could not throw away such a hand.

“Yours. I was bluffing,” Drew admitted proudly.

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6. Andy Stacks – Brad, $568,900

The participant of the Game of Gold show decided to prove to the whole world that he is not a nit.

Preflop, Andy was the fourth to call a $2,000 raise, and on the flop, he was the only one who did not fold a $10k continuation bet into a 9k pot.

On the turn, Brad bet the full pot of $25,000 and called Andy's raise to $70,000.

On the river, Brad checked, thus slamming the trap shut. Andy bet $200,000 into a $170,000 pot and promptly folded to the all-in.

5. Martin Kabrchel – Mo, $181,000

At the end of last year, Martin took part in two sessions at the Hustler casino. His tour of the casino was successful – the Czech brawler won about $600k.

Perhaps it was the hand that was included in this collection that helped him create the right image.

Martin raised to $3k and his opponent immediately called.

– Remind me, what’s your name? – Martin began his favorite games.

“Mo,” the neighbor answered calmly.

On the flop, Kabrhel c-bet $3,000 into a $7,000 pot, Mo raised to $10,000, Martin said, “It’s like we’re playing with Monopoly money,” 3-bet $23,000 and was promptly called.

Martin bet 60% of the pot on the turn. Mo called, keeping $35,000 (there was already over $100,000 in the pot).

– Just a call? – Kabrkhel was surprised. – Why? You still have pennies left.

Mo just shrugged. On the river Martin shoved and got a quick call.

“I was sure that I had tens,” Martin said without blinking an eye. – What's wrong with the lighting here? I played as if I had tens.

4. Doug Polk – Tom Dwan, $1.1 million

This seemed like one of the longest hands in TV poker history. Tom Dwan thought for over 10 minutes on the river.

Doug raised preflop, but not before showing his cards to Wesley Flan.

– Good hand! – Wesley approved.

“I hope you balance your reaction when you look at your neighbors’ cards,” Doug replied and called Dwan’s 3-bet.

On the flop Durrrr c-bet.

On the turn, Polk raised it from $30,000 to $115,000. Dwan thought for a long time Polk called clock on him.

On the river, Doug overbet $420,000 into a $291,000 pot.

Dwan again plunged into deep thoughts:

"It's 1,000 blinds, and someones calling the clock on the turn."

Tom thought much longer on the river, but still called.

“You won,” Polk immediately opened his cards as soon as he heard the call.

– I was deciding if I shove or not” Tom explained.

“Tom in one hand won twice as much as I earned in my entire life on YouTube,” Doug said to the laughter of the entire table.

3. Nick Airball – Pepe, $275,800

A rare case when an opponent surpassed Nick in levels of insanity.

Airball opened with $10,000, received a re-raise to $30,000 and went all-in. He was called, but the players were in no hurry to reveal their cards.

“You’re older,” Pepe said.

“I doubt it,” Nick smiled. – What do you have?

– Not a bad hand.

– Kings?

– What do you have, aces?

They agreed to run it twice. After losing the first board, Pepe showed one card – – and announced that he had two.

Naturally, on the second board I immediately came .

“I think it’s mine,” Pepe said with a calm face, forcing Nick to experience several unpleasant moments.

2. Nick Airball – Rampage, $312,900

In this hand, Nick found himself in a more familiar role.

Rampage called a 3-bet and called all streets.

– What? Snap call with A-high? – Airball couldn’t believe his eyes.

1. Ryan Feldman – Nick Airball, $383,400

Another hand in which there was an even more generous donation than Nick's.

Pre-flop, Hustler co-owner Ryan Feldman cold 4-bet and called a 5-bet for $33,000.

“Nick flopped a straight flush,” the commentator told the audience. “But, to his great regret, Ryan has nothing at all.”

This minor detail did not stop Ryan from check-calling on the flop, check-raising on the turn, and shoving on the river. Obviously, he won.