WATCH: Out-Flopped Poker Streamer Freaks Out Before Seeing The River


We've all been there. After a full day of online poker, you find yourself at a final table and get all of your chips in with the best hand. Then, your opponent outflops you.

Unlike in the live poker realm, online poker allows the freedom of letting off steam in the comfort of your own bedroom. For some, including poker streamer and online high-stakes fixture Bert "Girafganger7" Stevens, that means viciously slamming your computer mouse on your desk in reaction to your misfortune.

In a recent clip from his Twitch stream, Stevens found himself at the final table of a World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online $300 Sunday Mediterranean Marathon event and got all in with pocket tens to dominate the pocket threes of Leon Sturm, a fellow online crusher who won his first WSOP bracelet earlier this summer.

A three on the flop sent "Girafganger7" into full Phil Hellmuth mode and he rubbed his head in disgust before peeling off a miracle river card that immediately changed his mood as he doubled up through the German prodigy.

Check out the wildly entertaining hand for yourself in this clip that was shared to social media:

For more on Stevens, follow him on X at @girafganger7 or watch his Twitch stream at

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  • How would you react if your opponent out-flopped you like this at an online WSOP final table?

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