Poker Winning Hands

Daniel Negreanu Fights Dan Colman For A Big Pot In The WSOP Large A single For A single Fall





Daniel Negreanu is just one of the most achieved players in the history of poker. He has six WSOP (Planet Series of Poker) bracelets, two WPT (Planet Poker Tour) titles, and is a typical on reveals like Superior Stakes Poker and the EPT (European Poker Tour) circuit.

In this edition of Poker Arms, Doug analyzes a hand concerning Daniel and Dan Colman in the Large A single For A single Fall. In case you haven’t read, this is a event with a staggering $1,000,000 purchase-in. This just isn’t your grandpa’s dwelling game. This party attracts all the significant names, this sort of as Phil Ivey, Phil Hellmuth, Antonio Esfandiari, and even Doug Polk himself.

In this hand, Negreanu usually takes a extremely aggressive line with Aces, but a extremely weak kicker. He is promptly bailed out on the transform, but what was his strategy, and how ought to Daniel Colman react? Doug dives in and gives his analyses on this tv poker circumstance.

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44 comments

  1. How come you seem to discredit Negreanu's skill level in a lot of videos? Yet feature lots of his winning hands.. I don't really understand. You and Daniel have different bet sizing is all I'm taking in

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  2. Is there, in your opinion, any situation in which it makes sense to lead on the flop? I've heard you say many times now that one should always check out of position on the flop. Surely there are some situations where it makes sense to lead?

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  3. doug I don't understand when you say all aces should bet the flop.Shouldn't we Xback our weakest tp because:
    -we protect our checking range
    -we avoid a check-raise wich put us on a tough spot
    -a hand like A7 can't have 3 streets of value,especially if SB and BB have hands like AJ in their range

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  4. fuck off men. no need to explain

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  5. Dont talk during the clip in way annoying

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  6. the wsop already have a host of the show stop talking a lot and pausing the video you do not have to talk a lot like a pussy! we know and get the game! and your voice is very irritating

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  7. Wow so much bs talk

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  8. ya amk çok konuşuyon ya videoda

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  9. youre at the table? what

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  10. Negreanu is a thousand times better then you'll ever be!!

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  11. Great channel, Doug..we appreciate you sharing your poker insights

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  12. Loving everything you're putting out Doug, it's appreciated big time!

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  13. wow i think u might have 20 wsop breclets it seems u know everything donky!!!!

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  14. can the guy in this little window stop talking? he is so fucking stupid, it sucks..

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  15. coleman is never raising in that spot as a bluff..daniel only has 600k behind and there is no way he's ever folding

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  16. blahh blahh blahhhh

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  17. F you, Pilk!

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  18. Have been playing 1-2 cash game regularly for the past year and was having a positive upswing and was regularly winning. Lately, meaning the last 4 months, I've been losing every time I play. Is it normal to have these long of downswings or is it something that I have to revaluate how I'm playing and fine tune my game? Thanks for any advice!

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  19. An interesting thing that you dont talk about history or gameflow as you sat at the table yourself?!
    Also i think there are quite a few reasons to take approaches in tournament spots that differ from your ranges in general just because you think that there is EV in this certain spot. Noone is ever going to find out you werent balanced in that one tourney because you simply cant with such a small ammount of Hands played. I see Negreanu exploiting Colemans wide opening ranges here with the Valueraise on the Flop actually, because he knows that Coleman is wide and he also knows that Coleman knows that he has to defend wide against the Flopraise because Negreanu might bluff alot knowing Coleman is wide. Also I think that this spot is generally areally good bluff spot for Negreanu because people gotta give him credit for raising in the sandwich so he has to balance his ranges with some lighter value probably.
    What do you think?

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  20. Who here watches these videos with the sound off? If only we could do something about the host constantly getting in the way of the action.

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  21. i wish colman was on my games

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  22. Do you really think daniel will fold if Colmen raised all in? he has almost his enitre stack in

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  23. This analysis is Awesome. Its possible that Daniel puts him on the exact hand he has or very close.

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  24. Why don't you do more analysis of hands you played in? Might give some interesting insights.

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  25. Doug, thanks a bunch for these vid. I've pretty much dinged on your vids all week! Do you have any tips on poker books to read on becoming a solid player?

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  26. yo Doug, great videos! just leaving this comment to boost this baby up!

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  27. thank you so much!

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  28. Great consistent content. Please continue to troll for the lols.

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  29. Doug – If Colman did raise here, what would he be trying to get DNeg off of? Would he expect better than 2 pair to fold?

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  30. Love your content but don't agree with your flop evaluation! What you do with your range in that spot if u are Colman? Do you check back a heavy draw board vs 2 players with an Ace? Perhaps with Ax spades blocking flushes or Ax blocking straights…. I like the bet specially with his exact hand! Much love 😉

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  31. if newey for some reason decided to grow a pair and squeeze on the flop, do you think daniel would of called?

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  32. you should make a review of the hand with the guy with the horse mask slowrolling an other dude

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  33. Great stuff Doug! I've only been a subscriber for a few months now, but I'm slowing going back through the archives. Keep them coming. Side note, I usually watch the WSOP on mute because N. Chad makes me ill sometimes.

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  34. Doug, one thing your analysis misses is that Negreanu is one of the world's best at reading players. I think that the purely mathematical and strategic perspective overlooks the fact that Negreaunu could have had a strong read on what Colman had on the flop. Obviously, you're not in his head, and thus your analysis is spot on from an objective stand point.

    Your breakdowns are amazing and very helpful. This was a GREAT video.

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  35. "Let's build this guy together?" Did you just assume the YouTube Channel's gender?

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  36. you said is better Chek the river from negreanu…. but check fold or check call?

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  37. hey doug will i see you tomorrow?

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  38. all game theory reasoning apart… this is daniel.. he probably knew coleman's exact hand..

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  39. Hey Doug, may I ask how you managed to participate in this tournament? $1 M is quite the amount to raise, isn't it?

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  40. I appreciate you Doug.

    btw, with that said, can I borrow some money?

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  41. Has a small ACE. should fold

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  42. What one drop is this?when is it viewing

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  43. OLD

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  44. Presumably, if Colman is betting this on the flop it's just a merge and he's betting pretty much all of his hands on this flop. Given that, does the DNegs c/r become more acceptable. Granted, it's not good, because you wreck your c/c range. But with Colman betting so light on the flop (for value?) does that make the raise less egregious?

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