"Trueteller" Gets His Aces Cracked Twice in a Row by Jonas "OtB_RedBaron" Mols

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It's bad enough to get your aces cracked once, let alone twice. However, that's exactly what happened to Timofey "Trueteller" Kuznetsov earlier this week in a PokerStars $200/$400 No-Limit Hold'em cash game.

Kuznetsov was playing $200/$400 No-Limit Hold'em Heads-Up match against Jonas "OtB_RedBaron" Mols, when they both picked up big pocket pairs to start the hand. Mols was holding pocket kings while Kuznetsov had pocket aces.

Above: Timofey "Trueteller" Kuznetsov suffers a terrible bad beat in PokerStars $200/$400 NLHE high-stakes game.

The two players agreed to run the hand twice and Mols managed to hit a King on both boards to take down the nearly $160,000 pot:

Don't feel too bad for Kuznetsov however, as he is one of the biggest PokerStars high-stakes winners ever with over $3 million in winnings. Despite winning the hand, "OtB_RedBaron" ended up losing a bit in this particular session, but he is still up well over $2 million from his games on PokerStars.

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