No Gamble, No Future
No Gamble, No Future is the newest cash game poker television program that airs on PokerGO, and premiered on August 1, 2022. The original series was announced by PokerGO on July 21, 2022, and provide cash game-focused entertainment with a variety of stakes and players partaking.
Patrik Antonius, one of the most iconic high-stakes cash game players in poker, made history on Sunday when he won the largest pot ever broadcast on a U.S. poker live stream. On the third and final day of No Gamble, No Future’s “Cash of the Titans” game that was live-streamed on PokerGO, Antonius topped Eric Persson in a pot worth $1,978,000.
The record-setting hand took place from inside the PokerGO Studio in Las Vegas. At the time the hand aired on the PokerGO live stream of the game, it set a new record for the biggest live-streamed cash-game hand in the United States. The previous record was a $1,158,000 pot from Hustler Casino Live.
On Day 3 of No Gamble, No Future’s “Cash of the Titans,” the game was being played with limits of $1,000/$2,000 with a $2,000 big blind ante to start. If you missed the epic hand, check out the highlight clip from the PokerGO YouTube channel.
Andrew Robl Wins $1,269,000 Pot
Later in the show, Patrik Antonius was involved in another monster pot. This time his opponent was longtime high-stakes pro Andrew Robl.
Eric Persson had limped under the gun with jack-two of hearts. Antonius was on the button with pocket nines and raised to $10,000. Robl reraised from the big blind to $52,000 with jack-ten of clubs. Persson folded, and Antonius called.
Watch the full hand below, with announcers Brent Hanks and Jeff Platt on the call.
The flop was queen-nine-eight with two spades, giving Robl a flopped straight and Antonius middle set of nines. Robl led with a bet of $65,000, and Antonius called.
The turn was the three of spades to put a third spade on board. With $239,000 in the middle, Robl fired a bet of $140,000. Antonius called.
The river was the four of hearts. Robl launched $375,000 into the pot of $519,000. Antonius went into the tank for a little bit, then called and saw the bad news. Robl’s straight was good and he collected the $1,269,000 pot.
Final No Gamble, No Future $1 Million Cash Game Results