Saturday March 17, 2018 at 4:21 pm
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Poker After Dark continued with a new format this week on PokerGO. Moving Violations featured a minimum $20,000 buy-in with $50-$100 NL blinds. This installment included a couple of celebrities such as Don Cheadle and Jennifer Tilly. The infamous Antonio Esfandiari put Jennifer Tilly on "full tilt" after he got her to fold the better hand with a massive river bluff. Oh and there was another doozy of a hand. In a multi-way pot worth $250,000, Tilly flopped a set with pocket Aces but Esfandiari gambled it up with a big draw and got there on the river.

Tillty Tilt

Hell hath no fury like Jen Tilly on mega-tilt! The Oscar-nominated actress was among the latest batch of participants on the Poker After Dark reboot. New episodes have been airing this week on PokerCentral's streaming service a.k.a. PokerGO. The celebrity-heavy week was dubbed Moving Violations and included notable faces such as Jen Tilly and Don Cheadle.

The series is recorded live at the Aria Casino in Las Vegas and streamed on PokerGO.

In this particular tilt-worthy hand, Jen Tilly held Big Slick against Antonio Esfandiari. The magician took Queen-Jack suited into battle. Tilly turned a Wheel with A-K, but it put a second diamond on the board, which gave Esfandiari a flush draw. Esfandiari raised Tilly and she smooth-called.

The river did not full in a flush for Esfandiari's Carte Dame de carreauCarte Valet de carreau. However, the river paired the board. With only $21K in the pot, Esfandiari overbet nearly $84K, which woulda put Tilly all in.

Tilly knew something was up. Her Spidey-senses were tingling and the actress said, "I know you got an Ace! Then you pretended you have a six. Now you're magically pretending you have a full house."

Tilly asked for a count on the river bet and then continued her monologue, "I know I have the best had and we're gonna be chopping but I'm not gonna risk my entire stack for a chop."

Tilly folded and Esfandiari offered to show the hand to Tilly. She stood up and proclaimed, "I don't wanna see it!" Then she proceeded to toss Esfandiari's hand into the muck. The table erupted in chuckles.

Watch Esfandiari induce Tilly-tilt here on Poker After Dark...

And for a bonus video from PokerAfter Dark, check out Jen Tilly with pocket Aces. She flopped top set, but Don Cheadle flopped top two pair. Oh, and Esfandiari flopped a Broadway straight draw. Cheadle fired out $43K at the pot and Tilly shoved all-in for $103K.

"To gamble, or not to gamble!" lamented Esfandiari.

The pot was $173K at that point and Esfandiari would have to be all in to make the call. He only had $15K invested at that point, but he said, "Let's gamble." They decided to only run it one time.

The turn was the seven of clubs and Tilly dodged a huge bullet. The river was a King. "Holy shit, I did it!" said a stunned Esfandiari after he rivered a Broadway straight gutterball. "I shoulda ran it twice," joked Tilly.

"I came to play," shrugged Esfandiari.

Watch this other crazy hand here...

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