Poker pro Tom Dwan calls down bluff for $3.1M, largest pot in broadcast history

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Tom Dwan knows when to hold 'em.

The poker pro made history Tuesday night, calling down multiple bets from self-proclaimed cryptocurrency millionaire Wesley Fei for a $3.1 million pot, the largest ever seen on TV or a live stream.

The game was no-limit Texas hold 'em cash with a $1 million minimum buy-in. It was streamed on Hustler Casino Live from Los Angeles and featured some of the biggest names in the game including Dwan, Doug Polk and Nikhil Arcot, aka "Nik Airball."

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Tough call. I definitely wouldn't have been worried about the 8's there. He wouldn't 5 bet with A8 or 89 suited. AA or KK was very possible though.
 
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