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Durrrr vs. Laak for a Sleek $100K (Higher Stakes Poker Cash Match)





Higher stakes poker with 1 of the most important rivalry in poker marketplace… Durrrr vs. Laak! Laak floped the nuts and his cash activity poker tactic results in being appealing really don’t you feel? What do you feel about durrrr’s poker tactic? Check modern Hand of the Working day episode and let me listen to your feelings about this high stakes poker hand.

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24 comments

  1. Knowing Laak is tight, do you think a check shove or raise on the river makes lLak think the flush came in for Dwan?

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  2. I know Tom is aggro-loose, it's a nice bet but an ambitious one from Laak on the river, cuz Dwan easily could have had the AQ of hearts. Great review though, Alec

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  3. I think his best shot would be to hide his big denomination chips. If his opponent can't seem them, then they might make a mistake. Also, if you add more chips to your stack without anybody knowing, make sure to keep these chips hidden as well.

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  4. Dwan should have just hid half of his chips

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  5. But what about the side bet? THAT was a bad Dwan decision. Again, good analysis, but a bit too long.

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  6. alec 10-8 is always a call on the flop easy call with double gutter every idiot knows that

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  7. Love your videos. I've watched Laak a ton over the years, and while he can make some loose calls, when he's betting, he has something. Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar. If I have Dwan's hand I fold on the flop and wait for a better spot. And if I did decide to peel one then call with my top pair, I don't think I can call the river. Laak plays some weird holdings but is he betting all three streets with a one-pair hand?

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  8. hellmooth

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  9. I don't know how deep Dwan was, but could check-shoving the river pretending he made the flush had made Laak fold a hand as strong as the straight?

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  10. He forgot that his opponent was Laak. Some people won't bet River here without being prepared to call a huge reraise. Some of their opponents pay off a nit about as readily as they pay off a nut (like myself).

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  11. Thanks for sharing Alec. Being that Tom Dwan is out of position, his call on the flop to float, to then hit top pair, seems to be a recipe for disaster, and more or less, a line of play to avoid.

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  12. before i watch, let me guess… he calls to make it a "smooth" 100 k lol… "will he call?" ?!??!??! :/ donkey idiot naming video

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  13. I get Durrr could / should get away from this but for his overall game agree with his play.

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  14. old shittttt

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  15. at :38 you ask will dwan call, the pot shows 77k and your title says smooth 100k, i wonder if he will call -.-

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  16. This hand is a good example of the pit falls of hand based thinking. Dwan put Laak on 89 and went for it.

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  17. Incredible reverse tell at 2:35 for Dwan. When losing the bet about Hellmuth, he pays out of his pocket instead of out of his stack. This is to create the illusion that his hand is so strong that he wants to be as deep as possible during the hand.

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  18. Real hero in this video is Antonio… 😀 Great bet and reaction… 🙂

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  19. hey alec! do you prefer to face fuck or receive a knob slob from your pretty wife in the morning? Thanks in advance 🙂

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  20. It would be really cool if you didn't give away the hand in the beginning of videos

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  21. Alec, with the exception of Laak's image of being tight or game dynamics, this looks like a clear call to me.
    #1 Reason, as Tom says, Laak is polarised to having monsters (sets and above) or air with that bet sizing — and it's really hard to flop a monster on that board.
    #2 – After we call on the flop, and turn a J — it's a perfect bluff catcher on all brick rivers like Kh. Too many gutshots and draws have blanked out. Leak will have a naked 5 a lot of the time and will have to fire when river blanks out. Most probable hand is 45s and 56s. Perfectly reasonable play by Laak w that hand on all streets.
    #3 – We're not blocking any draws that blank out.

    Would be great if you can point out the mistake in my thought process as I have sure lost a lot of money hero calling like this. Either curiosity gets the better of me or I level myself into calling with above mentioned logic.

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  22. Would he be better off calling 88 here? on one hand he blocks the straights, but on another hand he blocks the straight draw bluffs his opponent could have. Is all card removal like this when making calls?

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  23. Hey Alec, just recently been winning at a decent rate this past couple of weeks and won about a total of 20 buy ins. I have a regular job that I work from 7-5 then I go play poker most nights after and I think I'm okay. (I'm only 18) My regular job pays for everything so how much do you think I should be able to spend with my winnings (taking my girlfriend out, vacation) (whatever the case may be) how much of my winnings should I set aside for personal use (5% ? 10% ? ) and when is it a good time to move up in stakes

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  24. out to get laaky!

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