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Highlights FT HKD$250k Short Deck Ante Only | Phil Ivey | Daniel Cates | Jason Koon
 
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More Live events: https://triton-series.com/ Learn with Tom Dwan how the game works: https://youtu.be/cmurkkHC8Tg Short Deck poker is an exciting, high-variance game that features more coin flip situations than traditional No-Limit Hold'em, creating a challenging dynamic for the pros and businessmen alike. In Short deck poker, more starting hands are playable and rank closer in value before the flop. With just 36 cards instead of 52, straights become more common, while flushes are a rare sight. In order to adjust for this, the hand ranking chart has been updated and a flush beats a full house. There's are no blinds; instead, the game is played ante-only, with the button posting a double ante. Entries 61 Total Prize Pool HK$ 14,347,200 Total Prize Pool (USD) $ 1,827,664 Prizes: 1st HK$4,749,200 $604,992 2nd HK$3,199,000 $407,515 3rd HK$1,937,000 $246,751 4th HK$1,334,000 $169,936 5th HK$918,000 $116,942 6th HK$689,000 $87,770 7th HK$560,000 $71,337 8th HK$488,000 $62,165 9th HK$473,000 $60,255 HK$ 250,000 No Limit Hold'em - Short Deck Ante Only 250K Maestral Resort & Casino, Budva Saturday 12 - Sunday 13 May 2018
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Basic Rules of Texas Hold 'em | Gambling Tips
 
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Gamble at Casinos videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/511510-Basic-Rules-of-Texas-Hold-em-Gambling-Tips Want to learn how to play poker? In this video, a gambling expert explains the basic rules of Texas Hold 'em. It's up to you to work on your poker face. Texas Hold 'Em is one of the most popular games in Poker today. It's played in card rooms all over the world and home games all over also. I just want to go over the rules of Texas hold 'em with you. First you need a table. Get some players with you. The first thing that we do you either put up an ante or a blind. Basically there are two ways of forcing action. An ante is where every player at the game would put in a certain amount. In this case five dollars that automatically goes in the pot. Blind is a little different where the two people next to the button, which I'll explain that in a second, would put one small one and one big one. This is just to make sure there's something going on in every hand because otherwise if people don't like the hands and everybody just keeps folding no money changes and it's kind of boring that way. The dealer button, if you're in a home game you can play this with your friends and generally the deck would be passed around from player to player to player and everybody would have a chance to deal. In games where you've got the dedicated folks, like myself, then the dealer represents that deck being in the player's hand and then the dealer takes care of all the action. Here we're going to have blinds of five and ten. Players get two cards dealt face down. Dealer doesn't play. Then everybody will check their hands making their bets or decisions based on what their hand strength was. So the big blind, that's the minimum that people would have to bet to commit. Here, say they want to bet ten. This guy doesn't want to play for whatever reason so he folds the cards, they come in my way. Then he wants to bet. Now, as the big blind he already had ten dollars in he has the option, he could check, basically making an additional bet of zero, or he could raise, and we'll go into raising in the next hand - the next round here. So he decides to check, his money goes in the pot. One card gets burned, this is just a security thing. Back in the days of Poker where people, like in the Wild West, used to cheat and they'd be dealing from the bottom of the deck and things like that. The card burned on the top makes it a little harder for somebody to cheat at the game. So that's just a security measure that's been added to every game. Then three cards are dealt face up. This is a flop, community cards for all the players. I don't see what these guys have here, but say if the gentleman here has a four he now has a pair of fours. If the person here has got a queen, he now has a pair of queens. If he's got a jack and a four he now has two pair. With the community cards there now have the option they can bet again. Say this guy wants to bet ten. Now he can bet, or he can fold. Say he decides to raise. So now he's going to tell everybody at the table he's raising. Then he wants to put out twenty. Now the player here has to either put in twenty or fold. Now the gentlemen here has to put at least ten or fold. Say he decides to call, which is matching the twenty, and the player here decides to do the same. Then this goes in the pot as well. Another card gets burned and we've go the fourth card, this is called the turn. It's another community card that everybody at the table can use. Say for the purposes here that everybody just decides to check. Everybody wants to check. He checks so he bets nothing and then they're just kind of following along. In the case that nobody bets then the fifth card, which is called the river, and that's it for me and the card. Then players get the option that they could check or bet. So say somebody wants to bet ten and let's just say that these two guys decide to call. This money goes into the pot and now the players here get to show their hands. In this case he's got an eight and a two so he doesn't make any pairs. In the case here he's got an ace, but then he's just basically playing for high card because he doesn't have a pair. Then the player here, he's got a pair of nines. So this would be the best five card hand he could make with a pair of nines, ace, queen, jack. The cards would be swept up and the pot would be shift to the player. Then the button goes to the next player here and then play would continue. That's how you play hold 'em.
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Highlights - HKD $250k Short Deck Ante Only - Heads up
 
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2018 Triton Super High Roller Series Montenegro Rules of Short Deck Ante Only : https://i.imgur.com/I83C6WA.png Tom Dwan explains short-deck poker (6-Plus Hold’em) : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmurkkHC8Tg Triton Twitch Channel : https://www.twitch.tv/tritonpoker Triton Website : https://triton-series.com/ Pokernews Reporting : https://www.pokernews.com/tours/triton/2018-triton-super-high-roller-series-montenegro/hkd-250000-nlhe-side-event/ Hendonmob of Event : http://pokerdb.thehendonmob.com/event.php?a=r&n=496797 Contact : bestofeditor@gmail.com
Views: 8107 Best of Poker
Blind Stealing | Poker Tutorials
 
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515030-Blind-Stealing-Poker-Tutorials Hey. I'm Nicky Numbers, professional poker player, and now, I'm going to talk to you about stealing the blinds. First of all, in order to steal the blinds, there have to be blinds out there, which means there has to be a button. So if the button is across from me, and the blinds are 50 and 100, then if you were trying to steal the blinds, you would be making a preflop raise that will result in sometimes winning an uncontested pot. That means that you raise preflop, and sometimes everyone folds. A classic steal attempt of the blinds is done when it folds to either the cutoff, which is one seat off the button, or it folds the button, or it folds to the small blind. If it folds to anybody either in late position, or in the small blind, and they raise verses the pot, that's traditionally going to be thought of as a steal attempt. This sometimes also extends to even one seat further, from not just the button, not just the cutoff, but to the seat before the cutoff, which is often referred to as the hijack. Stealing the blinds is incredibly important in a tournament, and much less important in a cash game. When you play a tournament, and you have a starting stack, if you do nothing with that starting stack, it's going to erode over time, because you're paying blinds antes. Also, the blinds are increasing, which means that the size of your stack decreases relative to the blinds. If you just stand still and do nothing, eventually you're going to result in just having one big blind in your stack. So you have to steal blinds in order to keep pace with the escalating tournament structure. In a cash, stealing blinds is far less important, because they're consistent. They don't increase, and they usually only represent a very small percentage of the chips you have in front of you. In addition to the blinds, sometimes there's also antes. So let's say the blinds are, instead of 50 or 100, 100 to 200. It's common at the 100 to 200 blind level for there to be 25 antes that every player puts into the pot. If there's 10 players at the table, then they'll be 10 antes in the pot. One from each player. In this case of blinds of 100 and 200, and 10 times 25, in antes in the pot, that's 100 plus 200 or 300, plus 250, for a total of 550 in the pot, before the action has even started. That's 550 in the pot instead of the 300 that would be in the pot with no antes. So you can see the pot is almost twice as big when antes come into play. When antes are present, the frequency with which you attempt to steal the blinds should increase, because there's more dead money out there that can potentially be won. Dead money is money that players put into the pot without necessarily getting anything for it. The only thing they get for putting out the blinds and antes is their whole cards. However, they're not guaranteed a flop, or anything else. So it's dead money, because they're putting it in blind. The best opportunity for stealing blinds and antes has everything to do with the number of remaining opponents yet to act behind you. People often talk about stealing from under the gun. UTG stealing it's called, because they feel that they can represent a good hand by raising from early position. However, there's actually a direct linear correlation between the chances of you winning the pot uncontested preflop, and the number of remaining opponents. That means that under the gun is the seat at the table least likely to win uncontested pot. The seat most likely, not the hijack, actually not even the button, but rather the small blind, because the small blind only has one player to get through when they raise in order to make them fold successfully when the blinds. The next best seat is the button, followed by the cutoff, followed by the hijack. In other words, the fewer remaining opponents yet to act when it's been folded to you preflop, the better your chances of successfully stealing the blinds.
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POKER HIGH STAKES 2018 | Short Deck Cash Game with Phil Ivey - €2000/€4000 (Part 3)
 
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Short Deck Ante Only High Stakes Cash Game €200k Buy-in Ante €2000 Button €4000 with Phil Ivey
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4 Simple Mistakes RUINING Your Poker Tournament Results
 
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A lot of players struggle to close out tournaments. I get asked all the time about how to close the gap, and it turns out that these players have a lot of issues in common. Today I want to talk about some of these common mistakes and how to fix them. Check out my poker training website: https://www.UpswingPoker.com #GrindNation
Views: 190238 Doug Polk Poker
PokerStars Duel: Cristiano Ronaldo Vs. Miss World
 
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Watch football legend Cristiano Ronaldo tackle the poker table as he takes on 2015 Miss World Mireia Lalaguna for charity in an intense heads-up duel. Who will hold their nerve and emerge victorious? Find out now... Learn to play poker on our free tutorial http://bit.ly/2bwUkN6 Come and play at the world's largest poker site: http://psta.rs/PSYTJ Don't miss any of our poker videos. Subscribe here: http://psta.rs/YTSL For all the latest online and live poker news, be sure to visit: http://PokerStarsBlog.com Follow @PokerStars on twitter: http://twitter.com/PokerStars for news, promotions and our weekly #FridayGiveaway! Join the largest poker community in the world! Like our page on Facebook: http://Facebook.com/PokerStars PokerStars operates the world’s most popular online poker sites, serving the global poker community. Since it launched in 2001, PokerStars has become the first choice of players all over the world, with more daily tournaments than anywhere else and with the best security online. PokerStars is the key brand of Rational Group, which operates gaming-related businesses and brands, including PokerStars, Full Tilt and the European Poker Tour. PokerStars is owned by Amaya Inc. (Nasdaq: AYA; TSX: AYA)
Views: 4243059 PokerStars
Tom Dwan explains short-deck poker (6-Plus Hold’em) | Paul Phua Poker
 
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Watch Tom Dwan explain short-deck poker, aka 6-Plus Hold’em, the game played by some of the biggest cash game players in the world. https://www.paulphuapoker.com/tom-dwan-explains-short-deck-poker/ Tom Dwan: Hey guys. This is a full deck of 52 cards. People use it to play poker. There’s a bunch of different games. No Limit Holdem’s a very popular one. Sometimes in China lately, people take out the 2’s, the 3’s the 4’s and the 5’s. You end up with a 36-card deck. The game play is very different. An ace can make a straight if its board is 6, 7, 8, 9. So an ace can be a 5. Oh man, and there’s a lot to explain! We can get rid of these 2’s, 3’s, 4’s, and 5’s. One: it’s harder to hit flushes. Now, when you have a flush draw you only have 5 outs left, instead of having 9 outs. Two. J-T and A-K are basically a coin flip. If you have a set against a straight, if you didn’t get it in behind, if you’re on the flop, you’re actually a small favourite. Remember, the ace can be 5, though. So again, ace, 6, 7, 8, 9 is a straight, but you’d still lose to any 10. Straights and straight draws: straights happen a lot and straight draws are worth a lot more. If you have a straight draw on the flop, let’s say it comes K, 7, 8 and you have 9-T and the other guy has A-K… My math’s a little rusty but it’s something right around 50-50, and if the guy had, say, K-J, for example, he’s actually a little bit more of a favourite because he blocks your straight a little bit and if you hit two pair he makes a straight. So there’s all the math stuff to figure out later. But it makes for a pretty good poker game. And they’ve been playing in China a lot lately. And they play some funny variations. I’ve played it, l believe, twice, when there were blinds, like normal No Limit Holdem. But a lot of the time we play where everyone antes and then sometimes there’ll be a straddle on the button, sometimes there’ll be blinds somewhere else. There’s actually two types of short deck: the type we’re playing for a long time, a full house beats a flush, just like always. Just recently we’ve started playing a flush beats a full house. That’s because someone went and did the math and apparently flushes actually happen less commonly than full house. I haven’t verified this so don’t yell at me if l’m wrong! But the last few days we’ve been playing a flush beats a full house, and l think that might carry on longer. I think there was some jurisdiction where they needed to have it that way because the less likely hand needs to beat the hand that’s more likely than it. So l think some casinos are going to be like this where a flush beats a full house. There might be two different variations: maybe some people play flush beats a full house, some play it doesn’t, but it changes the game a lot. When you’re playing normal short deck – l call it normal because that’s the one l’m used to, where a full house beats a flush – flush draws usually aren’t that good, you don’t have that many outs. Even if you hit, someone might make a full house on you. And when you’re playing this new variation, all of a sudden two suited cards look pretty good. Then you can have someone make a full house, think they’ve got the hand all wrapped up, and you just sneak it in there and win a big pot off them. But it’s a pretty cool game! They’re just starting to play it in Vegas a little bit. We’ve been playing it in Montenegro. I think there were almost games in Manila, maybe there were games in Manila, l don’t really remember, l’ve been playing too much poker so my mind’s hazy! But they’re playing short deck a lot. You guys should learn it.
Views: 100710 Paul Phua Poker
Tom Dwan in 2018: Triton Short Deck Poker High Stakes Cash Game
 
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Tom Dwan in 2018: Triton Short Deck Poker High Stakes Cash Game NOTE: All clips used by permission. Watch Tom Dwan's best hands from the 2018 Triton Ante Only Short Deck Texas Hold'Em Poker Cash High Stakes Cash Game! This was an Ante €3,000 / Button €6,000 amazing Cash Game, that took place in Montenegro, as a part of the 2018 Triton Super High Roller Series. Players who participated in this exciting high stakes poker cash game were, other than Tom Dwan, Phil Ivey, Rui Cao, Paul Phua etc. Watch the FULL Broadcasts of the exciting 2018 Triton Super High Roller Series Montenegro: ► On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0Pd4ChqL-TRSridnyhadJg and https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpcv404DxfhGYhXgyB9Aoeg ► On Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/tritonpoker ► On more platforms: linktr.ee/tritonpokerseries Visit Triton Poker's profiles on: ►Twitter: @TritonPoker ► Instagram: @TritonPokerSeries ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TritonPoker/ Watch these playlists for more exciting poker hands from PartyPoker Live, PartyPoker Premier League, European Poker Masters, the World Series of Poker (WSOP), etc. Poker Video Compilations ► https://goo.gl/Hpv49w Poker Tournament Highlights ► https://goo.gl/iGNgjp Live Poker 'Sick' Hands ► https://goo.gl/7daA8n All time classic poker hands ► https://goo.gl/zmqNCF Online poker exciting hands ► https://goo.gl/vM1OTR Pot limit Omaha ( PLO ) Poker ► https://goo.gl/t4Eoma Cash Kings High Stakes Cash Game Highlights ► https://goo.gl/Csw64B Poker Suckouts ► https://goo.gl/e6QPZl Phil Hellmuth Videos ► https://goo.gl/b4kbd1 Phil Ivey Videos ► https://goo.gl/mE6qX1 Fedor Holz Videos ► https://goo.gl/eccd2H Daniel Negreanu Videos ► https://goo.gl/itjEkL Please share, comment and subscribe for more #pokerxpress videos! Visit our website ► http://www.pokerxpress.net Find us on Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/pokerxpress/ Find us on Twitter ► https://twitter.com/PokerXpress Find us on Reddit ► https://www.reddit.com/user/pokerxpress/
Views: 33651 PokerXpress. Net
Small Blind Versus Big Blind
 
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An ordinary hand betwee small blind and big blind. Who gonna win? For more great videos related to poker please visit http://www.amazingvideocollections.info/poker/
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She Can't Believe He Has TOP SET!
 
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3-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner Jason Mercier faces off once again against Academy Award Nominee (and also WSOP bracelet owner) Jennifer Tilly. This budding rivalry heats up with an ice cold runout that leaves Tilly stunned. What would you have done in this river predicament? ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/pokernighttv INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/pokernightin... FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/pokernightina... TWITCH: http://www.twitch.tv/pokernighttv ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- Do you want to PLAY AGAINST THE PROS on NATIONAL TV? Download the new Poker Night in America app to play and win! It's absolutely FREE TO PLAY! Get the Poker Night app on iOS and Android: http://pkrnt.com/c53
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How to Play No-Limit Texas Hold 'Em
 
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more Poker 101 videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/322-How-to-Play-NoLimit-Texas-Hold-Em No-Limit Texas Hold 'Em is the Rolls-Royce of poker, the game the big boys play, the game the World Series of poker is all about—the game you want to play. Step 1: Choose dealer Choose a dealer for the first hand and denote that person with the dealer button, placed on the table. Step 2: Shuffle & cut The dealer shuffles and cuts the deck of cards. Step 3: Blinds place bets The player to the left of the dealer is given the "small blind" button, indicating that he or she posts the small blind bet. The player two places to the left of the dealer is given the "big blind" button and places the big blind bet. These are considered the ante and vary from game to game. Step 4: Deal cards The dealer deals two cards face-down to each player. Everyone assesses his or her hand, and the first round of betting follows, beginning with the player to the left of the big blind and continuing clockwise. Tip Each player's two private cards are called his or her "hole" or "pocket" cards. Step 5: Bet or fold Each player can call and/or raise the blind bet, or fold their hand. In no-limit games, any player can also go "all-in"—staking all their remaining money or chips at once. It's this chance to win big or go bust that brings No-Limit Hold 'Em games their reputation for high stakes and higher drama. Tip Drawing a Two and a Seven in different suits is considered the worst possible starting hand for a game of Texas Hold 'Em—if you get 'em, fold 'em. Two Aces is the best possible draw. Step 6: The flop After the first round of betting, the dealer "burns," or discards, one card, then turns up three communal cards, called the "flop," in the middle of the table. Step 7: 2nd round of betting A second round of betting follows the flop, starting with the player to the left of the dealer button and continuing clockwise. Step 8: The turn After the second round of betting, the dealer burns another card, then turns up a fourth communal card, called the "turn." Step 9: 3rd round of betting A third round of betting follows the turn. Step 10: The river Finally, the dealer burns another card, then turns up a fifth communal card, called the "river." Step 11: 4th round of betting A fourth and final round of betting follows the river. Step 12: Single player left If everyone but a single player has folded, that remaining player is the winner and doesn't have to reveal his or her cards. Step 13: Reveal cards If two or more players remain, they reveal their cards in what is called the "showdown." The winner is the player with the highest five-card poker hand made up of any combination of the five community cards and his or her two private cards. If two or more players have the same winning hand, the pot is divided evenly. Tip In a showdown, the last player to call the bet shows their cards last. If nobody has bet, it's the person to the left of the dealer's button. Step 14: Begin next hand When the hand has been played to completion, the dealer, small blind, and big blind buttons rotate clockwise one player to begin the next hand. Did You Know? Texas singer Kenny Rogers knows when to hold 'em and when to fold 'em—he's had 5 wives in as many decades.
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Set OVER Set For $1,000,000 Pot W/ Tom Dwan Commentary!!
 
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The blinds are 2k/4k EURO w/ a 10k EURO ante!! This pot takes place between Asian businessman and poker lover Paul Phua and Elton Tsang (One Drop Winner.) Tom Dwan is on the commentary for this hand as he was waiting to get into the high stakes POKER action!! Tom did a great job commentating and was much better than I would have expected him to be. Enjoy. Jungleman, Patrik Antonius, Phil Ivey and more were in the game!! You can sign up for Upswing Poker's new Elite No Limit Hold em course or any other course/lab here & support the channel: http://bit.ly/EliteCashGame My Instagram: instagram.com/papiGTO _ || ► Subscribe to My Channel Here http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=joeingram1 || ► Twitter: http//twitter.com/joeingram1 || ► Snapchat: joeingram1 || ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PLOPodcast || ► Website: http://www.onepokerlife.com || ► ITunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/my-podcast-site/id982877403 _
Views: 18650 joeingram1
Some Street Poker in this One
 
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Here's another hand from the 2018 PCA Super High Roller where I breakdown some ranges for myself and Ivan Luca. Check out my Full Contact Poker Podcast at http://www.fullcontactpoker.com or subscribe on iTunes. Follow Me Online Here: https://twitter.com/RealKidPoker https://www.instagram.com/dnegspoker/ https://www.facebook.com/OfficialKidPoker
Views: 60838 Daniel Negreanu
Ultimate Texas Hold'em Strategy
 
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Play at the best Casinos with the best bonuses here! http://www.casinotop10.net/top-bonus-casinos?pk_campaign=UltimateTexasstrategy Ultimate Texas Hold’em Strategy Once you’ve learnt Ultimate Texas Hold’em, it’s really easy to play the right way by learning a few simple rules. This strategy is simplified to make it simple for you to learn, remember, and use the next time you’re playing Ultimate Texas Hold’em – it’s a great first step to playing perfect strategy. Most of the tips have to do with when to raise but there’s one thing you can do right away to win more money playing Ultimate Texas Hold’em. Be Careful Betting Trips If you want to play the numbers, the ‘Trips’ bet is the first thing you should watch out for. It can be fun to bet the bonus and win big when you get lucky, but over time it can be a big leak. Depending on the casino, the house edge on the ‘Trips’ bet can be as bad as 6%. Since it’s hard to analyze pay tables on the fly, it’s a lot easier to just skip the ‘Trips’ bet altogether. The 4X Raise After you’re dealt your cards, you can either check or make a play bet equal to four times your ante, a lot of people only make this bet with monster hands, but the truth is there are lots of hands you can profitably raise here - raise with all your pairs except Deuces, raise when you have an Ace and any other card, raise when you have a King and any other card if they’re suited, raise a King with a five kicker or better if it’s unsuited, raise a Queen six or better if it’s suited, raise Queen eight or better if it’s unsuited, raise Jack eight or better if it’s suited, raise Jack ten or better if it’s unsuited. The 2X Raise If you decided to check in the first betting round, you have the option of making a play bet equal to two times your ante bet after the dealer turns over the first three community cards – you should raise with two pair or better, any pair as long as it includes at least one of your hold cards, raise with four cards to a flush as long as you’re drawing to the fourth best flush or better. You can also bet 2X when you have a combination of a flush draw and an open ended straight draw. Call or Fold After the dealer turns over the final two community cards, you have to either call by making a play bet equal to your ante or fold your hand and forfeit your ante and blind bets. You should call if you have a pair or better using at least one of your whole cards, you should call if the board is paired and you have at least the third best kicker and you should also call if the five community cards make a straight or better. Visit casinotop10.net for more free casino strategy. See our Strategy and Guide Videos Here How to Blackjack Tournament http://bit.ly/1XPzI00 Ultimate Texas Holdem Strategy http://bit.ly/1KPVAXn How to play Ultimate Texas Holdem http://bit.ly/1VIKe Top 5 Blackjack Mistakes http://bit.ly/1LJyb4B Scientific Craps http://bit.ly/24sPHG1 Roulette Strategy http://bit.ly/1XPA2vF How to play Roulette http://bit.ly/20ZeTPE Craps Strategy http://bit.ly/1oEp142 How to play craps http://bit.ly/1WNyv8r Caribbean Stud Strategy http://bit.ly/20Zf9hR How to play Caribbean Stud http://bit.ly/1Uodsug Pai Gow Strategy http://bit.ly/1oMsaQ2 How to play Pai Gow http://bit.ly/1LJyTyK How to play Texas Holdem Bonus Poker http://bit.ly/1QByI9S Texas Holdem Bonus Poker Strategy http://bit.ly/1R6Qanq Baccarat Strategy http://bit.ly/1R6QTVw How to play baccarat http://bit.ly/1Rsufty Blackjack Strategy http://bit.ly/1XPADh6 How to play blackjack http://bit.ly/21wv0Xb How to play 3 card poker http://bit.ly/1QKmIJv 3 Card Poker Strategy http://bit.ly/1QhUTGC
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Madoka - Ante Up
 
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FREE DOWNLOAD: http://adf.ly/WbKSY Background Wallpaper [Updated]: http://adf.ly/WbKbZ What's a holiday? What is being a lazy fuck? From the hit show "MEGUCA MEDUKA"! Well, if you've ever wanted to hear someone rap over MOP and replace the lyrics to fit more with Madoka's themes, great job. You've come to the right place. If not, I hope to god you don't desert me or vote down because oh my god I am not allowed to make anything if it isn't me doing my own voice all the time. Y'all niggas closin' dem capshuns B) (lyrics may vary because I'm based/lazy as fuck): Down dirty bitches, becoming the witches Grindin up and down cause they grantin all my wishes Bring out all my aces like this game was Poker Banish all the witches, thank you based Madoka What a joker the trick is in the wrist Wish you kept your head Mami cause you don't know what you missed Now the witches getting pissed and they jacking up my swag When I'm finished with this shit send my regards to the bodybag Maze time, home of the brave Puttin work to the street like a slave Keep rugged dress code Always in this stress mode Being Meguka is suffering So? You think I don't know that? Madoka Hold that! Homura Hold that! Mami-san Hold that! From the soul cousin, this ain't the time Shoulda wished for more money cause now you ain't got a dime Ante Up! Become Meguca! Ante Up! No Meduka... Get a contract! Where my girls at? If Sayaka becomes a witch you gotta bust dat! Ante Up! Become Meguca! Ante Up! No, Meduka... Taking grief seeds Yeah, you need these I'mma fuck Kyuubey up I'mma preach peace Credits go to http://www.youtube.com/foreverpandering for the original video/audio before it was taken down. If anyone can send me a timed srt script for the lyrics I'll include it in the video. Credits to https://www.youtube.com/user/Dunedoune for sending me srt script for the song captions
Views: 521666 ChinatsuYoshikawa
Phil Ivey & Paul Phua: “Short-deck poker suits a gambling style of player” - Paul Phua Poker
 
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What is “short-deck” poker? This is just one of the things Paul Phua discusses with Phil Ivey in the latest Paul Phua Poker School video, along with strategy tips for beginners View part one of this video here: https://youtu.be/4pmytX0Duas Have you noticed a change in the way people are playing in Asia? PHIL IVEY: It’s changed a lot. I think Asian players have got a lot better, and now because of all the information that’s available, with the different teaching schools and things that are available now, different ways of learning that are out there, and with Paul’s teaching site, I think everyone is catching up. PAUL PHUA: So people nowadays… definitely beginners improve faster. It makes it a little bit harder, you know, not as easy as before to make money. How can beginners improve their pre-flop strategy? PHIL IVEY: I think beginners have a certain selection of hands in their minds that they want to play, and they just stick with that. But again, you’ve got to remember that beginners are usually playing against other beginners, so the strategy is a little bit different. Yes, in practice you start learning which hands you can play, in which positions, which hands you can bluff with, which hands you should call with. You know, a lot of it is trial and error in the beginning. For me it was, because again, I didn’t have schools. I didn’t have teaching sites. I didn’t have different tools I could learn from. So now I think it’s a big advantage for people coming up nowadays that they have schools that they can learn from, where they can learn which starting hands not to play, certain different pre-flop strategies, you know, things like that. PAUL PHUA: Pre-flop, it depends on the structure of the games: whether there’s antes involved, a straddle involved, you know. You play differently for every structure pre-flop. How much dead money is there, is it worth putting in a bluff to steal however much, you know? All these factors I think are very important. And also pre-flop, whether to three-bet or four-bet a person. Like I said before, it’s more which types of players are you playing against: aggressive or tight? How can beginners start to up their stakes? PAUL PHUA: I think first and foremost they have to be comfortable if they want to up their ante. How many buy-ins can they afford to lose? It’s a matter more of a risk and money management thing. PHIL IVEY: Yes, another thing is, I think that they have to be winning players at that level they are playing already. If they are not winning at that level, then they shouldn’t move up to the next level. PAUL PHUA: Yes, definitely. To up the ante in certain games, how much of a favourite are you? What are your chances of winning in that game? It all comes into play. What do you think of the short deck game? PHIL IVEY: I enjoy it. I like playing it, it’s fun, it’s something different, it’s new and there’s a lot of gambling involved. The equities run pretty close, so it’s pretty easy to get your money in the middle and be 50/50 or somewhere near that. It suits a more gambling style of player. What makes Phil such a good player? PAUL PHUA: For me, Phil is a non-steamer, you know, he doesn’t get tilted much. He’ll play his normal game even when he’s losing, and losing big, even. I think that’s one of Phil’s greatest attributes. Phil is someone that I try to model some of my play around. More Phil Ivey videos: https://youtu.be/4pmytX0Duas https://youtu.be/2sgX5NCDMiY
Views: 32839 Paul Phua Poker
Learn English – Vocabulary & Expressions for POKER and other card games
 
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Do you know how to play the game of poker? If so, can you play it in English? After watching this fun lesson, you will be able to play a game of poker or any other card game using English vocabulary. You might also be surprised to know that this vocabulary appears in movies a lot! I will teach you the card names, suits, and the names of some combinations to help you win! You will learn the meaning of "bluff", "royal flush", "full house", "poker face", "three of a kind", and more. So grab your best lucky charms, and get ready to play. Good luck! Take the quiz on this lesson at: http://www.engvid.com/vocabulary-expressions-for-poker-and-other-card-games/ TRANSCRIPT Oh, there we are. Hi there. Welcome to poker night with Ronnie. Do you know how to play poker? Maybe? Do you know how to play poker in English? I'm going to teach you. I know how to play poker. I am not very good at playing poker; I always seem to get really terrible cards, no fault of my own. Very skilled in the game, just bad luck. Luck of the draw is not with me. I'm going to put my old-school video camera away, and we're going to learn how to play some poker in English. So, the first thing that we need to know about poker is it's a game. Woo-hoo. It's become very, very, very popular online because you can get a lot of money. The way I learned to play poker was my father taught me, after many a grape soda, sitting around the kitchen table, betting matchsticks. So, welcome to my childhood. I learned how to play poker. What did you do? The most important thing is to learn the name of the cards in English. So, probably you know: A, K, Q, J, 10, and the numbers, but these actually have names. The "A" is the Ace. The "K" is the King. The "Q" is the Queen. The Jack is the "J". Then it goes from 10 all the way down to 2. There is no 1. Sometimes the ace can be used as a 1, but that's too complicated, and I'm not going to tell you my tricks. Well, you're going to lose anyway, so might as well. The other thing that we need to know is what to call the cards. So, these are suits. Not... Suit? Suit, suit, suits... Suits, they're called... I don't know why they're called suits, they're just suits. So, the suits means: Hearts, diamonds, clubs, and spades. Now, when I was a child, I had a very stupid brother. Still do. Mm-hmm. And for some reason, he said shovels. Okay? It's a spade, buddy; not a shovel. Get it right. Okay? So, hearts, diamonds, clubs, and spades are the proper names of these. So, now you know the vocabulary of the wor-... Of the cards. I'm going to teach you some verbs that you need. The first one probably you know, is a bluff. "Bluff" means you have a face... Oh, Lady Gaga go away. Mm-hmm. Poker Face. Do you know what that means? "Poker face" means you are expressionless. Usually you have a baseball hat, so people can't see your eyes. But a bluff is when you do not let your face show your cards or what you're doing. So, if you're betting money or matchsticks and you want to bluff, you're going to pretend that you have a fabtabulous hand. Now, "the hand" means what cards you have. So, I'm going to pretend that I have the highest cards ever, called a "royal flush". So I would not make expressions with my face, and I would bet a lot of money. I would be bluffing, because maybe I have really, really bad cards. I always have bad cards. So, "bluff" means to, like, lie and pretend you have really, really good cards. The most important word is "bet". "Bet" means you put in money that you're going to lose or win, depending. Before they even deal the cards-"deal the cards" means you give them to people- there's something called an "ante". An "ante", not your mother's sister, means a forced bet before the deal. So, if we were playing cards or playing poker, and I have lots of money, I would ante $100. I would never do that. And then everyone else that wants to play would have to put in, automatically, $100, even before we look at our cards. Scary. What happens is we have the first bet is called "open". So, it would be my turn, I could open, which means I would put in money; or if I did not want to, I could "check" or "pass". This means I don't want to play with money. I'm just like: "No. Enh, we'll see what happens." If I have a really, really, really terrible hand, which means my cards are not good, I would do what's called "folding" or "fold". I would say: "Fold." Fold means: "This is terrible, I'm out. I end the game. I'm no longer playing this." When you bet, you can "call", which means you match what the other person has bet. For example, if the person before me bet $10, I would call, and I also would put in $10. If I wanted to get more money from people, I would "raise the pot", which means I would put in my $10, and I would add more money. So, if I had a really good hand, I would say: "I call the 10, and I raise you 50." So the other people playing, if they wanted to stay in the game, would have to put in $50.
Dead Rising 2 - Ante Up - Epic Game -Strip  Poker
 
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Episches Pokerspiel in dem Auftrag Ante Up. Epic Poker battle in the Ante Up Mission. 50 Dollar geschenkt zum Pokern clickt den unten angegebenen Link:: 50 Bucks for poker for free click the link below:: http://tinyurl.com/Pokerstartkapital (if your language is not german change it on the pokerstrategy site, they have a lot of different languages to choose from)
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It's for Your Own Good | How To: Calculate Big Blinds | Poker Central
 
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It’s not just about knowing how much you have to ante before the cards are dealt, there’s a lot more those blinds can tell you about which events you should enter, how you should bet in a hand, and when to call it a day. It’s not complicated math but it’s math you gotta know and abide by. It’s for your own good, learn How To: Calculate Big Blinds. Find more how to videos from Poker Central here: http://bit.ly/pokercentralhowto Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/PokerCentralSubscribe Get even more Poker Central! Like us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/PokerCentralFacebook Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/PokerCentralTwitter Follow us on Instagram: http://bit.ly/PokerCentralInstagram Subscribe to us on Twitch: http://bit.ly/PokerCentralTwitch Add us on Snapchat: pokercentral Subscribe on Perisope: PokerCentral
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Playing Poker, Six Plus Holdem at Gala Casino
 
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Playing Six-Plus Holdem with free money from http://www.pokerstrategy.com/#uRB3R3 This is part of a funny series where I play as The World's Worst Poker Player. Sorry I didn't set my mic up properly and the audio isn't perfect in this video! Cephelopod - Cephelopod by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1200081 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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Ante   New round
 
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В музыкальном и вокальном плане группа "ANTE" уходит от многих стандартов. Мы любим играть ново, мы играем по-своему! ( Анте – это обязательная ставка в покере, которую ставят все игроки, сидящие за столом до начала раздачи карт.) ссылка на нашу группу вк: https://vk.com/ante_nvkz
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Man Invades LADIES NIGHT Poker Game
 
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It's Ladies Night in the $1,000 buyin No Limit Texas Hold'em cash game at the Gardens Casino, but that doesn't mean that entry is so strictly enforced. Can this guy hang against the likes of Tiffany Michelle and Courtney Hamilton? ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/pokernighttv INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/pokernightin... FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/pokernightina... TWITCH: http://www.twitch.tv/pokernighttv ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- Do you want to PLAY AGAINST THE PROS on NATIONAL TV? Download the new Poker Night in America app to play and win! It's absolutely FREE TO PLAY! Get the Poker Night app on iOS and Android: http://pkrnt.com/c53
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The Most Important Reason We Need More Women In Poker
 
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Lena Evans is known for her philanthropy, poker playing and advocating for women in poker. She started a women-only Facebook group called Poker League of Nations (PLON), a great resource for tournaments, poker strategy, and community. Women players account for just 4% of the field in major World Series of Poker tournamets. Sasha Salinger asks Lena Evans why so few women play poker and why it's important for them to get involved. PLON is holding free cocktail parties and low buy in sattelites to the WSOP 2018 Main Event for women this summer in Las Vegas. Watch to find out more!
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Ramsey Refuses To Back Down vs. Chris In The Ante Game ♠ Live at the Bike!
 
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Ramsey and Chris try to outmaneuver each other in this hand from the "Ante Game" on Live At The Bike!, then Ramsey joins Matt Boyd to comment on the hand. Commentary by Matt "avoidthe9to5" Boyd September 28, 2017 - $5-$5 with $5 ante No Limit Hold'em Watch. Play. Win! Download this video and hundreds more at https://www.liveatthebike.com Watch Live At The Bike! Monday - Friday at 6pm PT / 9pm ET https://www.liveatthebike.com https://www.youtube.com/liveatthebikecom https://www.twitch.tv/liveatthebike.com Live at the Bike! is the first and only regularly scheduled live stream to feature a live poker cash game. Real people playing poker with their own bankrolls, uncut, unscripted, unedited, with expert commentary from top grossing poker pros. Music credits: The Conwaves - Take Me To The Moon https://soundcloud.com/the-conwaves
Views: 23186 Live at the Bike!
Ante    Счастье
 
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В музыкальном и вокальном плане группа "ANTE" уходит от многих стандартов. Мы любим играть ново, мы играем по-своему! ( Анте – это обязательная ставка в покере, которую ставят все игроки, сидящие за столом до начала раздачи карт.) ссылка на нашу группу вк: https://vk.com/ante_nvkz
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How to Play Ultimate Texas Holdem from the Casino Experts
 
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Play at the best Casinos with the best bonuses here! http://www.casinotop10.net/top-bonus-casinos?pk_campaign=UltimateTexasrules If you know how to play Texas Hold’em, the casino game called Ultimate Texas Hold’em is going to be a breeze, if you don’t know, don’t worry we’re going to break it down step by step . Because Ultimate Texas Hold’em is a copyrighted game, we’re not allowed to buy the table; we’ll be showing you the rules using a regular poker table. How to Bet First things first, make a bet, the main wagers are the ‘Ante’ and ‘Blind’ – if you want to make these bets, you have to bet both and both have to be the same amount. The second main bet is called ‘Trips’, it pays out if you make three of a kind or better and it’s a completely separate bet from the ‘Ante’ and ‘Blind’, so you don’t have to bet one to bet the other. The Deal Now the dealer gives everyone at the table including themselves two whole cards, you can look at these cards whenever you want. The dealer also sets out 5 community cards face down, the point of this game is to use any combination of your whole cards and the community cards to make the best possible 5 card poker hand. Raise or Check In Ultimate Texas Hold’em, you have the option of raising once during the hand, how much you can raise depends on when you choose to do it. Once you get your two whole cards, you can make a play bet equal to 4 times your ‘Ante’ bet or you can just check. The dealer will then flip over 3 of the 5 community cards, if you haven’t already raised, you can make a play bet now equal to 2 times your ‘Ante’ bet, or you can just check again. The dealer will then turn over the last 2 community cards, if you haven’t already raised during the hand, you now must either make a ‘Play’ bet that’s equal to your ‘Ante’ bet or fold your hand. Now the dealer will turn over their hand and compare it to the players’ hands to see who wins. Remember, each player is only playing against the dealer not each other – you can use any combination of your whole cards and the community cards to make the best 5 card poker hand. Getting Paid Regardless of who wins the hand, the dealer has to have a pair to qualify. If the dealer doesn’t qualify, the ‘Ante’ bet is a push. Whoever has the best 5 card poker hand wins 1:1 on the ‘Play’ bet and if the dealer qualified, they win 1:1 on the ‘Ante’ bet as well. Payouts on the ‘Ante’ bet depend on the value of the player’s hand, anything less than a ‘Straight’ is a ‘Push’ and big hands are paid out according to this table. For the ‘Trips’ bet, look at the payouts posted on this table. Visit CasinoTop10.net for more free casino strategy See our Strategy and Guide Videos Here How to Blackjack Tournament http://bit.ly/1XPzI00 Ultimate Texas Holdem Strategy http://bit.ly/1KPVAXn How to play Ultimate Texas Holdem http://bit.ly/1VIKe Top 5 Blackjack Mistakes http://bit.ly/1LJyb4B Scientific Craps http://bit.ly/24sPHG1 Roulette Strategy http://bit.ly/1XPA2vF How to play Roulette http://bit.ly/20ZeTPE Craps Strategy http://bit.ly/1oEp142 How to play craps http://bit.ly/1WNyv8r Caribbean Stud Strategy http://bit.ly/20Zf9hR How to play Caribbean Stud http://bit.ly/1Uodsug Pai Gow Strategy http://bit.ly/1oMsaQ2 How to play Pai Gow http://bit.ly/1LJyTyK How to play Texas Holdem Bonus Poker http://bit.ly/1QByI9S Texas Holdem Bonus Poker Strategy http://bit.ly/1R6Qanq Baccarat Strategy http://bit.ly/1R6QTVw How to play baccarat http://bit.ly/1Rsufty Blackjack Strategy http://bit.ly/1XPADh6 How to play blackjack http://bit.ly/21wv0Xb How to play 3 card poker http://bit.ly/1QKmIJv 3 Card Poker Strategy http://bit.ly/1QhUTGC
Views: 10423 CasinoTop10
High Stakes Phenomenon Tom "Durrrr" Dwan is Back in Action in Montenegro
 
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High Stakes Poker Player Tom "Durrrr" Dwan has been away from the mainstream poker scene a little while. But PokerNews found him at the Triton Super High Roller Series in Montenegro, where he chats about where he's been, what the games in China have been like, how he got into short deck ante only games, whether he has cryptocurrency, his favourite worldwide destinations and more. To watch the Triton Super High Roller Series live stream, please visit www.twitch.tv/TritonPoker
Views: 42156 pokernewsdotcom
Ante Up for SAG Foundation Poker Classic
 
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The SAG Foundation is gearing up for our 3rd Annual Poker Classic benefitting the Don LaFontaine Voice-Over Lab on August 24th from 5pm-10pm in Los Angeles! It's the single largest group of voice-over actors ever assembled in one location. And it is a celebration! The event will take place at an exclusive location at the Original Farmers Market. Come play poker or just join us for the party! Poker Buy-In is $200 and a Party Ticket $100! All proceeds benefit the Don LaFontaine Voice-Over Lab and the development of voice-over artists and the VO community! More details and purchase tickets at www.sagfoundation.org/pokerclassic. Join us!
Chris Olaafson's 'Up Your Ante' Lesson One
 
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You, like 99.9% of the poker playing population are not very good, not very good at all. Let Chris Olaafson take you roughly by the hand and drag you in the front door of his Revolutionary Training System. Inside you'll be shown what you have to do to become the player you've always wished you were and you'll learn that giving yourself completely to Chris is the only way to progress in this fascinating game. Do you dream of being a multi-millionaire professional poker player? Well stop dreaming because there's only one way to escape the nightmare that is "being a normal person" - It's time to go right 'Up Your Ante'!
Views: 3223 chrisolaafson
Doug Polk Makes AGGRESSIVE Poker Moves
 
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3-time WSOP champ Doug Polk gets into a series of hands with lots of fireworks preflop. The blinds are $100/$200, but stacks are very deep, with some players sitting with over $100,000. Also at the table are Kane Kalas, Shaun Deeb, and Frank Kassela. ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/pokernighttv INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/pokernightin... FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/pokernightina... TWITCH: http://www.twitch.tv/pokernighttv ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- Do you want to PLAY AGAINST THE PROS on NATIONAL TV? Download the new Poker Night in America app to play and win! It's absolutely FREE TO PLAY! Get the Poker Night app on iOS and Android: http://pkrnt.com/c53
Views: 80142 Poker Night in America
Ante Wild
 
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Alexis Bellino and Jim Bellino at the Ante Up For Cancer Free Generation Poker Night @AlexisBellino
 
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Phil Ivey suffers a HUGE cooler at the 2018 Triton Short Deck Event!
 
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Finnish Poker Legend Patrik Antonius Wants to See Poker Grow in Asia
 
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Patrik Antonius, the Finnish high stakes legend of poker is making a comeback and would love to see poker grow in Asia with bigger events and more Short Deck as he sees it as a game with "the most potential". He chats to PokerNews at the Triton Super High Roller Series in Montenegro, whilst playing the 1m HKD Main Event, with other high roller stars like Phil Ivey, Daniel "Jungleman" Cates and Tom Dwan. To check out the livestream for the Triton Super High Roller Series, head to www.twitch.tv/TritonPoker
Views: 4364 pokernewsdotcom
Angry Man Can't Catch A Break! $5,000 Buy In Poker Game
 
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Bobby Constanzo is back, and he's still mad as hell! Once again, the action is high stakes, with blinds of $25/$50, No Limit Texas Hold'em. Bobby has already been stacked, and now he's down to the felt preflop with a couple of face cards. He smashes top pair on the flop, but will it be enough? ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/pokernighttv INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/pokernightin... FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/pokernightina... TWITCH: http://www.twitch.tv/pokernighttv ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- Do you want to PLAY AGAINST THE PROS on NATIONAL TV? Download the new Poker Night in America app to play and win! It's absolutely FREE TO PLAY! Get the Poker Night app on iOS and Android: http://pkrnt.com/c53
Views: 11814 Poker Night in America
Shanna Moakler at the Ante Up For Cancer Free Generation Poker Night @ShannaMoakler
 
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Views: 1789 Hollywood To You
CLUTCH FLUSH At The $5,000,000 Final Table | S6 E5 Poker Night In America
 
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The Final Table of the Party Poker Caribbean Poker Party Main Event $5,000,000 Gaurantee. Featuring Sam Greenwood, Felipe Ramos, Andrey Shatilov, Preben Stokken, Jonas Gjestad, Jiri Horak, Udo Erlei & Dan Dizenzo ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/pokernighttv INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/pokernightin... FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/pokernightina... TWITCH: http://www.twitch.tv/pokernighttv ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- Do you want to PLAY AGAINST THE PROS on NATIONAL TV? Download the new Poker Night in America app to play and win! It's absolutely FREE TO PLAY! Get the Poker Night app on iOS and Android: http://pkrnt.com/c53
Views: 27213 Poker Night in America
$181,790 to 1st; WSOP $565 PLO Rebuy & $537,710 to 1st; $5,000 NLH;
 
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Views: 10054 JeffGrossPoker
[UNCENSORED] Phil Hellmuth FREAKS OUT Over Cracked Aces And Millennials
 
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WSOP legend Phil Hellmuth is having a rough day at the office. After setting up what he believes to be a brilliant psychological tactic, he runs into the turned set of Liv Boeree and loses a big pot. Enraged at how unfair this is, he goes off on a rant about how this young generation doesn't understand how deep he is. He also talks about his rampage in the $300k Super High Roller Bowl. ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/pokernighttv INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/pokernightin... FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/pokernightina... TWITCH: http://www.twitch.tv/pokernighttv ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- Do you want to PLAY AGAINST THE PROS on NATIONAL TV? Download the new Poker Night in America app to play and win! It's absolutely FREE TO PLAY! Get the Poker Night app on iOS and Android: http://pkrnt.com/c53
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INCREDIBLE Luck. Does This Guy EVER Lose?
 
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When will it end? It must be nice being Jason Mercier, who seems incapable of sitting down at a poker table without utterly destroying everyone in his path. Once again he's up against Jennifer Tilly, who by this point has quite a history with Jason in these high stakes poker games. Wendeen Eolis also falls victim to the latest sun run. ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/pokernighttv INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/pokernightin... FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/pokernightina... TWITCH: http://www.twitch.tv/pokernighttv ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- Do you want to PLAY AGAINST THE PROS on NATIONAL TV? Download the new Poker Night in America app to play and win! It's absolutely FREE TO PLAY! Get the Poker Night app on iOS and Android: http://pkrnt.com/c53
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Know When To Fold Em'
 
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It's Poker Night! Time to Ante up! Bet money and get ready for anything. And I mean anything. Thanks to all the guys who help work on this project! Victor-Jeff @the_hass Kenn-Ken Brett-Cory @CASheaffer Toasty-Scutt @BrandonTeel1 Cameraguy-Steve @steveodel
Live at the Bike $5/$5 with $5 ante  NL - "Austin Yoo is a GOOD BOY"
 
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For the full episode, go to https://www.liveatthebike.com/videos/?_sft_commentators=wayne-chiang&aff=Winston_Ocash ! Get a FREE 7 day membership using promo code: poker Jason Les "heyitscheet" and JJ De La Garza in the booth! http://www.d22-soso.com/ https://twitter.com/D22_soso http://wiki.teamliquid.net/starcraft/Soso https://www.quora.com/profile/Wayne-Chiang-6 https://www.pinterest.com/waynechiang1/d22-soso/ https://www.instagram.com/d22sosowaynechiang/?hl=en
Views: 6110 Wayne Chiang
Dan Colman & Paul Phua: “Online poker puts recreational players at a disadvantage”
 
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In the latest in a series of video interviews with the Paul Phua Poker School, poker pro Dan Colman talks to Paul Phua about AI, tells, and the trouble with online poker View part 2 of this video here: https://youtu.be/AylENPAkx6s In the latest in the Paul Phua Poker School videos featuring top pros, I am delighted to have Daniel Colman sharing his frank views on poker. Dan is an exceptional player. He made headlines when he won the 2014 Big One for One Drop for a $15m payday, but it was no accident: he had already won $2m in the Monte Carlo Super High Roller Grand Final that year, and he has won many more since. With earnings of $28m in all, he is the second most successful live tournament player in the world. Have you played against Paul? DAN COLMAN: Yeah, Paul and I have played a couple of times in tournaments. Not that many times. We played once at the final table in Monte Carlo. PAUL PHUA: Yes, you busted me in sixth place! DAN COLMAN: Yeah, everything got pretty short-stacked at that tournament so a lot of the hands just played themselves, we didn’t get to play that much. PAUL PHUA: In tournament play, yes, I think I still have a lot to learn, especially from players like Dan. DAN COLMAN: From what I could tell, it seemed like you were playing pretty good! PAUL PHUA: OK… still learning, still learning! Especially when short-stack play is so different from cash games. DAN COLMAN: Right. Yeah, the play changes a bunch as well when you go into the money bubble, where a lot of the hands don’t play the same because you have to be more cautious in some areas. For some player stacks you can be more aggressive – there’s another added element to it that goes outside the normal ranges of cash-game poker. PAUL PHUA: Yes, definitely. What are your thoughts about online poker? DAN COLMAN: I think the way the online poker game works is that it puts recreational players at a severe disadvantage, where any guys you’re playing against have software, they have HUDs [Heads Up Displays] that show them everybody’s stats, they mine hands from the days and weeks before to get a database on players they’ve never even played with to understand how they play. Everything is very unfair for the recreational player the way the online environment is these days. PAUL PHUA: I totally agree, and even recently I’ve seen artificial intelligence beating top pro players. You begin to think, am I playing against a computer sometimes? Are you worried about what AI means for poker? DAN COLMAN: Yeah, it worries me a bit. I think online poker will die down as a result of computers and machines playing. I think this will come in the next one, two, three years. It’s already happening in some game formats. For live poker, I don’t see it really impacting the games all that much apart from good online players may soon have to realise there’s no money online; then they come over to play live and maybe they hurt live games by being robotic and motionless and not fun to play with, so maybe that will hurt live poker in some way. But for the most part, I think machines will hurt poker overall in the coming years. I think live poker will certainly survive long after online is dead. PAUL PHUA: Yes, especially I think tournaments. DAN COLMAN: Yeah, tournaments will always be good. PAUL PHUA: You see in all those tournaments they see record numbers year after year, so it suggests that the game is heading in the right direction in terms of tournaments. DAN COLMAN: Yeah, and live tournaments will always draw people for the sake of a huge top prize. It’s more gamble-y! Is playing online poker first an advantage in the live game? DAN COLMAN: I think some young players have an advantage, but for the most part I think when you go from the online realm and cross over to live poker you’re always uncomfortable at first. They might know ‘I have to bluff right here’, but then they think about it and they think ‘Oh, maybe they’re on to me, I check’. You have to get confidence to be able to follow through with your game plan in live poker and I think it’s very difficult for some young online players to do that, so they never really make the seamless transition as other online players are able to. PAUL PHUA: One good example is Jungleman [Dan Cates]. Two years ago, when I first played him in Montenegro, we had tons of tells on him live. Then one day, one of his backers asked me, ‘Paul, how do you think Jungleman plays?’ I said, ‘Do you want me to tell you honestly? We all have tons of tells on him!’ ‘What are the tells?’ ‘Oh,’ I said, ‘I can’t tell you now!’ But after that… you get very few tells from Jungleman nowadays! More Dan Colman videos: https://youtu.be/Bf1UPKCjrM8 https://youtu.be/78ffOC48lLk https://youtu.be/2sgX5NCDMiY
Views: 17506 Paul Phua Poker
Poker Night in America | Live Stream | 8-9-15 | Turning Stone Casino - Verona, NY (1/2)
 
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Poker Night in America cash game, live from Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, NY. Players include Richard Anthony, Dominick Christiano, Alec Torelli, Tom Cannuli, Matt Glantz, Travell Thomas, Joe McKeehen, Shaun Deeb, and Bart Hanson. Featuring commentary from David Tuchman. -- Watch live at http://www.twitch.tv/pokernighttv HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO PLAY AGAINST THE PROS ON NATIONAL TV? JUST DOWNLOAD THE NEW POKER NIGHT IN AMERICA APP, PLAY FOR FREE, AND ENTER OUR SWEEPSTAKES TO WIN REAL LIFE PRIZES INCLUDING AN ALL-EXPENSE-PAID TRIP TO PLAY POKER ON TV. BEST OF ALL WE'LL GIVE YOU $5000 IN REAL CHIPS TO SIT AND PLAY WITH THE PROS! LIVE YOUR POKER DREAM! DOWNLOAD NOW TO PLAY AND WIN! IT'S ABSOLUTELY FREE TO PLAY Get the Poker Night app on iOS and Android: http://pkrnt.com/c53 Poker Night in America is sponsored by Kimo Sabe Mezcal. Why settle for tequila? Upgrade to a Mezcal! http://www.kimosabemezcal.com/
Views: 88143 Poker Night in America
Buttermilk Crispy Tenders: Grandma Plays Poker | McDonald's
 
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Grandma has much better things to do than spend hours in the kitchen over a hot stove. McDonald’s Buttermilk Crispy Tenders can pass as her own. And since nobody is calling her bluff, she’s upping the ante on her free time activities. Go all in on Buttermilk Crispy Tenders at https://www.mcdonalds.com/us/en-us/buttermilk-crispy-tenders.html
Views: 19548 McDonald's
Sydney-based photographer Ante Badzim mentioned Taehyung as he came to Korea
 
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Sydney-based photographer Ante Badzim mentioned Taehyung as he came to Korea. Music: BTS piano cover from Smyang: https://www.youtube.com/user/Fogotish/featured?disable_polymer=1 Hi you, welcome to my channel. i'm an ARMY so you can see many many videos about them. My videos ideal come from twitter mainly, subscribe my channel to update the hottest news of BTS For business and issue: kpopbuffchannel@gmail.com If there is an issue of copyright or st important, sent me an email and i will remove the video immediately, no drama Thanks for watching and subscribing.
Views: 13803 BTS Buff
When Your Full House Loses To A Full House | S1 E6 Poker Night Live!
 
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The Hollywood Home Game returns with Tiffany Michelle. She takes over hosting duties, as Joe Stapleton loses the chair in a misguided hand of heads up no limit holde'm. Tonight Tiffany is joined by Rob Riggle, Oliver Hudson, Jake Johnson, Haley Joel Osmand, and Amaury Nolasco. ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/pokernighttv INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/pokernightin... FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/pokernightina... TWITCH: http://www.twitch.tv/pokernighttv ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- Do you want to PLAY AGAINST THE PROS on NATIONAL TV? Download the new Poker Night in America app to play and win! It's absolutely FREE TO PLAY! Get the Poker Night app on iOS and Android: http://pkrnt.com/c53
Sam Trickett on tournaments: my disastrous poker hand v. Dan Cates and Tom Dwan | Paul Phua Poker
 
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In this second video on poker tournament strategy, we begin with analysis of two real hands that Sam Trickett and I had just played in the Triton Super High Roller Series in Montenegro. Watch part 1 of our poker tournament tips at https://youtu.be/WgqUIHigKRg In this second video on poker tournament strategy, we begin with analysis of two real hands that Sam Trickett and I had just played in the Triton Super High Roller Series in Montenegro. Watch part 1 of our poker tournament tips at https://youtu.be/WgqUIHigKRg Sam, at the Triton SHR Series Montenegro you nearly called Tom Dwan’s all-in with 9-high. Why? Sam Trickett: Yeah, yeah, it was just a mathematical call. I was getting 3 to 1 on a call. It goes, like, raise by Daniel Cates – ‘Jungleman’ – who’s opening a lot of hands. l’d already seen him open, like, 8-5 suited. So l felt like it was a good re-raise, because he opens a lot of hands because he’s a cash game player. Generally cash game players open more. So l thought it was a good re-raise. So l re-raised him. l had 9-6 of clubs. And now Tom, who’s also a loose player, a cash game player – but he still has to have a good hand, because it was my first re-raise too -- and he went all-in, and… l was just thinking about mathematics purely there. I know he has a better hand than me. But you know Tom, if he has Ace-Jack there, maybe he’d go all-in, because it’s Tom! And he knows l re-raise quite light. So, l was just thinking whether… Paul Phua: l think in your mind you were thinking ‘most probably l have two live cards’, right… but is 3 to 1 enough, you know? Sam Trickett: But then l know he’s going to have tens, Jacks, Queens, Kings, Aces as well, which I don’t play so good. In a cash game l will call. ‘OK, I’ll call, call.’ Because price. But in a tournament it’s not so much about price it’s about … Paul Phua: The chips are so valuable. Sam Trickett: Exactly, yeah. So that’s why l elected to fold. Paul, you drew some strong players in the Triton SHR Series in Montenegro. How do you play against them? Paul Phua: Yesterday l did not have a particularly big stack on my left, but they are good players, you know: Trueteller and John Juanda. Interesting, you know. There was one hand, I had Ace-King under the gun, the blind was, er… l raised to 7,000. Trueteller made it 17 then Juanda made it 45. I did not know what to do! You know, it came back to me… Sam Trickett: You raised under the gun? Paul Phua: Yeah. Sam Trickett: Tough spot. Paul Phua: And they had 300,000 each, you know, l had 400,000. And l decided to move all-in. Which was wrong, obviously. Yeah, he had Aces! So in those types of spot, experience comes in a lot, you know. Looking back, you might think folding is the best option. Sam Trickett: Yeah, l think folding’s good there. If you raise, like, in mid position, or late position, that may be different because it’s more likely you’re stealing, but because you raised under the gun, maybe… maybe fold. Tough spot, though. Paul Phua: Yeah, it was seven handed. Sam Trickett: OK, so it’s not even…. yeah, it’s a tough spot. It’s like when you’ve got a big stack on your left that’s also a good player, maybe you just don’t open raise as much. So when he folds to you, you have like a medium strength hand that sometimes you would raise maybe because a good player on your left with chips, you just fold. So maybe you just tighten up a little bit when there’s a good player on your left with chips. That’s probably my main adjustment. Paul Phua: Yeah, generally l think so. Generally we should. For more videos featuring Sam Trickett visit:
Views: 13397 Paul Phua Poker