A poker player hilariously suffered a wardrobe malfunction DURING a game… only for it to turn out to be a prank.
Sashimi, who is also known for her exploits on YouTube, was taking part in a live stream event called "Max Pain Monday".
During the game, she appeared to suffer a nip-slip while competing next to her opponents.
And the poker commentator of the game swiftly picked up on the awkward moment.
He could be heard saying: "Sashimi, come on, please.
"I'm looking away from the screen right now – are you, guys? Sashimi, come on, please."
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However, it turned out that she was actually wearing fake prosthetic breasts as part of a joke aimed to creatively distract her competitors.
But those online did not know it was all a rouse when they reacted on social media, with most people seeing the funny side.
One person said: "This is actually a really good strategy."
Another added: "Did she win?! That's one hell of a distraction."
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And a third responded: "That's what we in the poker business call 'a tell'.
Hustler Casino Live owner Nick Vertucci was also impressed by the skit.
He said: "Pretty sure it's a body suit/gag. But FN brilliant. Had me fooled."
But fellow owner Ryan Feldman expressed regret at letting the prank go ahead.
He said: "In hindsight I wish I knew what Sashimi was doing and that THAT might happen. Didn't know until it happened. I wish I vetoed it.
"But most people will find it entertaining and innocent, even though it might be in bad taste and definitely unnecessary.
"Didn't know in advance what was going on and that could happen. But not sure it's that big a deal.
"Either way, we care a ton about poker and want to grow it a lot."
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