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April six, 2018 – $fifty/$100/$two hundred Ante No Restrict Hold’em

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40 comments

  1. I bet if Gary shoves turn, Garrett would fold.

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  2. That board is littered with set combinations

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  3. What a fuckin boss with that fold

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  4. These poker videos are getting to be annoying. These guys spend more time fingering their chips(like it's some kind of talent) than playing. If you're going to play poker then calm it play. Like someone once said, "If you can't stand the heat…get out the kitchen".

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  5. Why 22 did not jam preflop?

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  6. It's interesting that they consider garrets 4 bet range in that spot to not contain any hands that connect with that board really. My 4 bet range is pretty balanced but definitely contains a lot of suited hands that would have hit that board. I mean not having those hands in there would surely make you easier to play against. It would be interesting to see what garrets actual 4-bet range is in that spot.

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  7. If he had 2 black kings, he calls.

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  8. World class fold! KK didn’t 5bet preflop means he put him on a possible AA. When all card is dealt, KK only loses to AA, wins AK QQ and JJ. He has a K of diamond that blocks AKs of diamond. QQ and JJ are not likely to go for a triple barrel. So the only hand that makes sense for Garrett is AA.

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  9. Garrett reaches for chips on the river and the announcer says "Maybe he bets less than all in" … no shit! What gave it away? The fact that he reached for small amount of chips and didn't say all in?!?!?!?! No shit

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  10. Imagine if Dan played 75 & Andy played 69 . MEAN SUCK OUT

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  11. I'm not a pro nor consider myself one .. but kings are face up here and legit a bluff catcher at this point no ? I feel like fold is the only option aside from the obvious history between these 2

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  12. Sometimes u just know.

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  13. Only hand kings beat there that could value bet 30k; ace ten of diamonds. Literally the only one. No other value does kings beat.

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  14. If gman shoves river it means his range would be Chinese and only get a call

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  15. great great fold.. he lost a lot.. but the minimum?? crazy if i was in his spot.. the way the hand played out.. '''''so if i call.. i win against queens.. chop vs kings and lose vs aces.. he made the right read.. good for him.. he's dying inside till he sees that he made a great lay down

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  16. always aces

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  17. i thought the KK was easy fold preflop when garett 4 bet with the amount he bet and how he bet. i would have took the 1700 loss preflop. i was playing the hand since garetts hand wasn't shown for the short period of time and i said it has to be AA.

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  18. I would have called the 30,000 thats why i am not a pro

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  19. Is that even the correct play long term? with that board and that range do you just call and get stacked and live with the variance? AA vs KK with that action pre and then that board…It's hard not to think you just get stacked and live with the variance of it. A set/straight…how often is he going to have those hands on that board. The dude is a pro and im obviously not but that just seems like that decision should be weighted towards a call?

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  20. Is there any Site where you can see how much the regs like Garret, Andy, Ryan, Art etc. are up/down?!

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  21. No need QJ 7 is Good Bro!!!

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  22. WORST fold ever. Gary is WAY too exploitable

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  23. highest level AA vs. KK. class bet from Garrett on the river. class fold from Gary on the river

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  24. 1

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  25. Weird river bet by Garret. His opponet is likely to have different kind of 7x this deep, like 97s, 87s, some 67s that would play the same pre and post. At the same time, he is hoping to get value from QQ/JJ and rare KK which is not happening. Instead he is getting called by 99/TT and 7x and folding out stuff he beats. It's a fishy "oh I am afraid to get bluffed" kind of bet when in reality his opponent has almost no hands to bluff at this point. Great fold by Garry though.

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  26. nice!

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  27. This dealer always deal big accident hands. At the end garrett take the pot.
    Vgg gary

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  28. Basically preflop Gary was too deep to 5 bet kings. When Garret 4 bets that deep he is representing a very tight range, with those depths, and if Gary 5 bets he would have to do a big 5 bet, and he’s playing face up, so he should flat his whole range.

    Postflop by the river he has better hands he can call so no need to hero. He can have some sets, 87 for the straight, and QJ of diamonds for the flush draw turned into a straight. KK IS a better call than JJ or QQ, but if he does call KK he could just call with no diamond and no heart KK, and otherwise just call his bigger hands, and not be exploitable. Discipline fold because he’s analyzing the hand and not getting tilted by Garret’s image.

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  29. Lol at everyone that is broke in the comments 😂

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  30. He can either raise, call, or fold and takes him 10 mins to do so lol

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  31. How does Garrett cooler people with AA vs KK so often? This is like the 3 or 4th time he has been on the good end of the this cooler

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  32. Let's all agree to slap garetts face

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  33. Should have shoved it at the river

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  34. Bad bet on the river. Only way was to shove and with his image he would have got paid off.

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  35. Пиздец, я так ждал короля на ривере

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  36. Wow, what a sick sick hand. I'm not sure which river sizing I like the most here but I think it's close between betting smaller (small chance it does induce from a missed draw or hand with marginal showdown) or going all-in. I don't think we are folding to a shove no matter what we bet.

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  37. WOW WHAT A LAYDOWN !?!?!?!?!? Bruh he got fired at 3 times on that board

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  38. Think it's really hard even for Garrett to have a bluff here!

    1st, because of board texture.. i mean the only "typical" 4-betting hands that don't get there and don't have a K in them are essentially suited Ace-Wheels. All other viable (this deep) suited connectors essentially get there. There are a few left tho like AJh, AJd, AQh, AQd which could be rather effective as played and AKh i guess, but that's one of the worst bluff candidate (or so i would think) since you block AA and KK thus making it more likely your opponent might have a set+ here with 66-TT (depending on 4-bet calling range) unless they precisely have QQ or JJ which blocks the nut str8 (still kinda relevant a little as played)

    2nd, From the small sample of hands i have seen from Garrett he doesn't seem to be doing a lot of value bet bluffing in 4-bet pots which is a problem in this hand with his river sizing i would think. I believe Garrett is good enough to know that his opponent's range is kinda face up here and he is gonna be capped to a 1 pair hand so often with JJ-AA. And because of that and for balance purposes i think jamming river is the best play. Now I'm really unsure if red Aces are better than black Aces in that spot, but i think he should be jamming a lot here and force his opponent to hero call or overfold. That being said, he could have chosen a smaller sizing to allow his opponent to have room to bluff shove river (assuming he saw the naked Ah bluff), but i don't think the spot is anywhere close to this one so, prob unlikely…

    Standard fold for KdKx there as played i believe. If he is playing a proper strategy, i think he should have a bunch of better hands to call river with or at least hands with better removal.

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  39. Can you imagine if Gary went All-in preflop LMFAO!!!

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  40. One of the best folds I've ever seen given the way that hand played out and the money in the middle. WOW! Mad respect! amazing..

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