Cristiano Ronaldo Bluffs And Beat Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul At Poker Is So Epic
September 1st, 2016 | by Web Desk
The coolest man on football pitch, Cristiano Ronaldo applies his bluffing skills to beat Breaking Bad’s Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) At Poker
Football hot star Cristiano Ronaldo took the Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul in a game of poker . It was the first online poker stint for the both the stars. The Pokerstars is a web series that pits global stars in a poker duel. The latest series saw football giant facing the movie star. While fans got to see Ronaldo in a new avatar, Paul’s fan also saw him try something new apart from acting. Both the stars played for their own charity organization. While Ronaldo played for Right To Play, Aaron played for Save the Children.
Both the players were given separate coaches for the online poker game to help them. Vanessa Selbst coached Ronaldo, while Fatima Moreira de Melo coached Paul. Selbst was seen coaching Ronaldo throughout the game. Poker 2016 also saw some other celebrities from different walks of life competing against one another.
As the game proceeds…
Even though Paul took an early lead, Ronaldo maintained his calm. Just as the game proceeded things took a different turn soon Ronaldo was seen happy to be able to level the scores. Right after the live poker began, Ronaldo maintained a very cool and calm posture which led Aaron to think he was losing. Ronaldo also makes him believe he is bluffing as he sits relaxed in his chair with headphone around the neck. He even checked his card in a discreet manner in the hope of winning the game. The Real Madrid star was seen smiling and happy while he placed his money. On the other hand, Paul was seen maintaining a straight face while he eagerly waited for the cards show.
Final result and the winner
On the way to the final round, both Paul and CR7 maintained a straight face. However, Ronaldo doesn’t stop surprising his fans as he looks into the camera and smiles as he knows he has an upper hand in the game. Finally, both the players shake hands while the results are declared and Cristiano Ronaldo walks off with a whopping 20,000 dollars or 15,000 pounds at the 2016 Poker.