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DC Shorts: Ansky (#6) - High Stakes Poker Hand

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DC Shorts: Ansky (#6) - High Stakes Poker Hand by Ansky

Ansky reviews a hand recently played on the tv show, High Stakes Poker.

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  • Game: nlhe
  • Stakes: High Stakes
  • 19 minutes long
  • Posted over 2 years ago

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Slottinho

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Was hoping you post a DC short to this hand like 2 hours ago Grin
Sometimes I think I could set something on fire by the power of my mind when I concentrate hard enough.

Feels good Poke Tongue

Posted over 2 years ago

danzasmack

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Man this was like the best episode of High Stakes Poker ever. Great vid too!

Posted over 2 years ago

2fouroffsuit

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Hyrveli

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What's the worst hand durrrr should call with on the river if Ivey shoves? Seems like a tough spot with most of his range.

Posted over 2 years ago

TecmoSuperBowl

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Ah, the good old days. *tear*

Sweet video Dani.

edit: lol @ "hand recently played"

Posted over 2 years ago

D3rJack

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thx for ur work here Dani, really appreciate it. Hope to see more/longer vids form you in the future =)

Posted over 2 years ago

seanillespoker

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Ansky,

From a Game Theory perspective, doesn't Durrrr pretty much HAVE to empty the clip on this river?

I can't really imagine him getting to the river in this spot with a lot of bluffs, so for balance's sake, if he doesn't fire the river in this spot on a bluff, when else is he bluffing?

Is this logic coherent?

Posted over 2 years ago

Ansky

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Ansky,

From a Game Theory perspective, doesn't Durrrr pretty much HAVE to empty the clip on this river?

I can't really imagine him getting to the river in this spot with a lot of bluffs, so for balance's sake, if he doesn't fire the river in this spot on a bluff, when else is he bluffing?

Is this logic coherent?



I pretty much agree.

Posted over 2 years ago

Ass Get to Jigglin

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What's the worst hand durrrr should call with on the river if Ivey shoves? Seems like a tough spot with most of his range.



curious about this too

Posted over 2 years ago

colddeck185

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Ansky

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There isn't a definitive right answer. A better question is what is Ivey's value shoving range, and how should durrrr react to that with his range.

Theres a good chance Ivey's river raising range is J9+, or bluffs, so Tom can't necessarily always call even with something like KQ. He'd be getting a decent price though. I can post more about this tomorrow, going to bed now.

Posted over 2 years ago

private joker

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Hey Dani,

Great analysis, thanks. BTW, you were correct when you said Phil was considering shoving the river earlier, then ended up just tanking about calling. The problem for Phil was rivering a pair -- he decided he was going to jam the river when he called the turn, but didn't count on spiking a 6. Because he did, he hesitated about shoving and had to introduce the idea of calling into his thought process. Once he hesitated, he realized jamming would smell too fishy, so now he was forced into choosing between fold and call. According to Phil, rivering the pair is what lost him the pot.

Posted over 2 years ago




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