One of the craziest Pot-Limit Omaha hands went down at King’s Resort over the weekend, one that saw King’s owner Leon Tsoukernik help himself to a near €740,000 pot!
The live-streamed High Stakes Ca$h King$ saw Tsoukernik go to battle for six hours in a €100/€200 PLO cash game. There was a ton of action throughout the stream, and Tsoukernik found himself in a €300,000 hole. However, that all changed on the final hand of the night.
Check out the hand in all its glory below
You may recall Tsoukernik won a massive €1,372,500 in January 2020, but not at the poker table. The Czech entrepreneur and art collector failed to cash in the CAPT Seefeld High Roller, and passed some time by playing €1,000 a spin on one of the casino’s slot machines. Tsoukernik, literally, hit the jackpot and took home €1,372,500 (circa $1,530,500).
More recently, in April, Tsoukernik became embroiled in a legal battle with social media giant Facebook; he is suing Facebook for half a billion Czech crowns, which is approximately $24 million.
Tsoukernik is irked by Facebook’s lack of action regarding malicious mobile advertisements for online casinos that were using King’s Resort imagery to encourage players to sign up for an account.
Earlier this month, Tsoukernik scored a victory when a Czech court ruled Czech courts have jurisdiction in his case. The legal battle continues.