Episode 1 of the $100k PCA Live Poker 2013 Super High Roller, with poker star Phil Ivey, Antonio Esfandiari, Steve O'Dwyer and Ike Haxton, with cameo appearances from Phil Hellmuth and Tom Dwan. Poker 2013 live tournament series.
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i've never 5-bet AK in my life, but in the games i play 3-bets are rare and 4 bets almost never happen at all...if there is a 4-bet it is a shove and you can't raise that! in a situation like that, i fold AK to a 4-bet shove, because you are (slightly) behind to any pocket pair and obviously have no fold equity with a call...i'm not a coin-flipper guy if i can help it!
i usually play like 25/50c online and live 1-2 that plays very deep and usually is more like a 2-5 game with lots of $12-20 opens and stacks uncapped upto sometimes even 3000 (i've seen people with $15,000 stacks but obviously that doesn't matter if the next highest is only $1500 or whatever..) Rarely does that game play like a regular 1-2 game, and if you try to play normal and open for $6 you will almost always get 3-bet to like $35! :-( awful game, actually...
B. Alvn Yes, they do. Lots of flips. I'm not ever 5 betting AK in a cash game. Even if it's suited and I have a little more equity. If someone four bets me then I'm absolutely terrified. Thank you for your reply. Love the GTO stuff as well but I am never 5 betting AK. What stakes do you play?
It's a lot better than calling though, especially out of position. You get a lot of fold equity against 88, 99, TT, JJ, maybe even QQ, AK, and even against KK you aren't in terrible shape (70-30 or so)...and you have a blocker to AA and to KK as well, making those hands less likely. Plus don't forget this is a rebuy tournament, which makes a huge difference to the well-funded...this kind of tournament is very luck-oriented and regular rules of poker don't necessarily apply. These guys all seem quite ready and willing to coin-flip for their stacks, don't they?
those two guys have tons of history playing versus each other, that's why. Ivey is taking all that into account, and has probably seen a lot of bluffs from him in the past in similar situations. one thing too is that the way people play very strong hands is often very similar to the way they play very weak hands... Ivey is probably planning to rebuy anyways and as you can see, most of these guys are taking big chances probably for that reason.
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+jonathan herrera Your close. It looks like they have good hands, but in
reality, most of the table folds pre-flop, so usually the only ones
left have high cards and/or same suit. So flop/turn/river is likely to
form a set/straight/flush. But yeah, quad aces was amazing
+jonathan herrera Your close. It looks like they have good hands, but in reality, most of the table folds pre-flop, so usually the only ones left have high cards and/or same suit. So flop/turn/river is likely to form a set/straight/flush. But yeah, quad aces was amazing
that was a total cooler...he most likely had A9 there...almost nobody is getting away from that hand on that board, especially when they are rich enough (or staked by rich friends) just to rebuy back into the tournament anyways... putting that guy on a full house there is pretty much impossible and a fold would be bad play.
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100k in 33 minutes. Wow. $49 per second, $3,000 per minute. He said his children were in college. If I was his son, I'd tell him to retire with the $20 million that sites from a simple Google search claims he has.
I guess being the all-time bracelet leader of the WSOP is pretty awful, huh? How many do you have, Rod?
I agree that there are times when he is rude though, and not only him but plenty of others. The poker world really needs to grow up and sportsmanship and courtesy needs to become the norm...I think it is slowly but surely moving in that direction, actually..and in his case most of his worst behavior that everyone remembers was a long time ago, it's just that TV and the Internet has immemorialized it and people love to watch it. Matusow, Negreanu, and other top figures all have had their share of dickish moments to be sure...Phil Ivey has about the best manners of them all, and that is one reason so many people respect him about the most too. Doyle also.
+Bradley Mainwaring I met him in Baltimore a month ago. Phil is a super nice guy. And he really has settled down as far as talking down to players in the last few years. Most of those videos were like 2010 and before.
umm...you can play poker online for literally pennies these days. this is named "super high roller" for a reason, but Pokerstars has similarly structured touraments with like a 10 cent entry fee or something, and every other amount you can afford is possible.
i do think that the media gives too much credit to people with money, many of whom are lousy players, but even at the WSOP there are events with like $500 entry fees i believe, which is well within the range of nearly anyone if they want to play enough.
Honestly I think she is more of a rich kid with plenty of money that allows her to play at the top levels. Although she isn't bad. A lot of it does come down to bankroll and how much you are willing to gamble at these levels...ask any player and they will tell you that you can't play well if you are worried about the money.
It is weird that out of the whole sphere of top poker players only 4 or 5 are women, and of those, i think 3 or 4 are lesbians...i have never understood that, but clearly there must be something to do with chromosomes...
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