Sykkuno ruthlessly trumps Sliker in BotezLive poker game

Sykkuno showed his hidden poker talents during a BotezLive stream. Unfortunately, his colleague Sliker was on the receiving end.

Twitch streamer Sykkuno is best known for teaming up with his friends Valkyrae, Fuslie, and Disguised Toast for an eventful game of Valorant.

However, the 30-year-old proved he’s just as adept at IRL as he is at FPS after managing to brutally bring down fellow streamer Sliker during a poker game.

Maintaining an understated poker face throughout the game, Sykkuno successfully tricked his opponent and walked away with a whopping sum of cash, leaving his friends speechless.

Sykunno speaks on his Twitch stream.
Twitch: Sykunno

Sykkuno surprised everyone when he managed to outplay his opponent Sliker during a poker game

Sykkuno destroys Sliker in poker

On April 27th, the Botez Sisters, Alexandra and Andrea hosted a live poker stream with multiple streamers playing cards. Some of the famous faces were Ludwig, QTCinderella, and Slime.

As poker neared its end, the group realized that someone in the group had to have a flush (ie all cards had to be the same suit). After Ovilee May was eliminated, a showdown ensued between Sliker and Sykkuno.

When the duo went all in with their money, Sliker had two diamonds while Sykkuno had two clubs. However, it was Sykkuno who had the better deck and added another $3,300 to his pot, leaving Sliker stunned.

Sykkuno’s sharp win obviously left the table amazed. However, later in the stream, during another hand, Sykkuno showed his good side by handing some of the winnings over to Alexandra.

The move paid off when Alexandra was crowned Creator Poker Night Champion, winning approximately $15,000 that night.

Unfortunately, Sliker’s luck didn’t diminish as the evening progressed. However, he will make sure to keep an eye on Sykkuno next time the two meet in a showdown.

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Emma Bowman

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