Sam Greenwood 4-way River Bluff

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Sam Greenwood 4-way River Bluff

I just watched this hand from a Triton cash game where Sam Greenwood wins a big pot with 4 players by bluffing on the river. While Sam's bluff on the river makes sense since he's at the bottom of his range and has more AcX than his opponents (aside from BB), I really don't understand his flop call. Sam calls flop with 6-high and a gutshot with no BDFD. Given that 3 players call in front of him on 332cc, it seems very likely that at least one player has a FD which means he only has 3 clean outs to the nuts. Can somebody explain his flop play? It seems like it's certainly a losing call, even with fish in the pot.

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