“That’s one of the worst PLO hands I’ve seen played in the history of poker.” – Prahlad Friedman

Because Prahlad Friedman likes to speak his mind and because Shaun Deeb isn’t afraid to trash talk a little himself, “Pragress” didn’t hold back after the reigning WSOP Player of the Year played a peculiar hand of Pot Limit Omaha at the $50,000 Poker Players Championship final table.

Deeb checked all three streets – he had aces preflop, added the nut flush draw on the flop, and improved to a set of aces on the river. While Dan “Jungleman” Cates’ confused look says a lot, it’s Prahlad who drops the mic.

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