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  • Lytrigian 4 years ago

    Hearing Doyle say it, “Gus” totally has to be a cowboy.

  • DanteTrickster 4 years ago

    BOSS

  • matttnathan 4 years ago

    well im sure all players don’t play every single hand right. and durrrr
    must play most of his hands right, because look where its got him. I don’t
    know how much you know about durrr, but he’s definitely had some stunning
    performances, plus he won the biggest televised pot

  • JHaden23 4 years ago

    He either had the nuts or nothing, and considering how the hand played out,
    Dwan’s call isn’t the worse. It is hard to put Doyle on a hand and I think
    he thought he’d be right often enough to make that call. I do agree the
    river call was bad, but if Doyle was bluffing, he’d look like a genious.
    It’s the nature of playing with great players, you either play great, look
    like a genius, or you youtube trolls who think they know everything say how
    dumb your are.

  • Sharly Sharky 4 years ago

    That hand only could have sent me to University for 2 years including
    monthly rent and books… F.. M.. L…. :'(

  • 1skullduggery 4 years ago

    you got durrrr….oyled…

  • chuck norris 4 years ago

    @RichF24 shut up u little prick I bet u know Fuck all about poker

  • Richard Forde 4 years ago

    flop 3 of a kind is good play because???

  • bradnugget 4 years ago

    Yes, but Doyle could have flopped even just a pair of 5s, and Dwan was
    still beat. I know plenty about poker. But if I’m playing someone and I’m
    pretty sure they’re bluffing, I’m still going to need more than a pair of
    3s for me to wager my stack…

  • bluffedyaboy 4 years ago

    owned

  • Jay Jayson 4 years ago

    Worst call in history! If Doyle Brunson paired any card on the board Dwan
    would be toast. I would have folded on the flop with such a wimpy pair
    against the board. Calling on the river ?! Pure insanity. Dwan must have
    got a realy bad read on Brunson . And thinking Brunson was stone-cold
    bluffing.

  • JHaden23 4 years ago

    Compared to this table, and the average high stake pro in general, he is
    certainly a tight player by today’s standards.

  • bradnugget 4 years ago

    What an idiot. Really, Dwan? You thought your 3’s were a monster hand? I
    can’t stand this guy sometimes :(

  • SweetZombiJesus 4 years ago

    As far as I can tell, he is still alive O.o

  • 1skullduggery 4 years ago

    a barrel means to bet an additional street after betting the previous one.
    i corrected myself a few entry’s below. thanks.

  • salboaski 4 years ago

    <3 doyle

  • bradnugget 4 years ago

    Of course he does. But that doesn’t mean he plays every single hand right,
    and I’m allowed to criticize here in this public forum. Thank you for your
    call.

  • matttnathan 4 years ago

    do you know anything about poker? Brunson bet after the flop, and raised
    even more on the turn when the card was a 6! this makes dawn think Brunson
    is bluffing

  • codehpro 4 years ago

    you idiot

  • Truls bh 4 years ago

    doyle isn’t really a tight player

  • JHaden23 4 years ago

    On the flop Dwan is ahead of Doyle’s range, period. Any pair on a 995 board
    is more often than not good. When the 6 comes, nothing changes, the only
    hand doyle could have that the turn helped was pocket 6’s or 78. 78 seems
    unlikely considered he re raised preflop. a 9 also seems unlikely because
    doyle is normally tight preflop. ( I know he had it here, but he will VERY
    Rarely make this play with a hand like that. Then the J on the river
    changes nothing unless Doyle had JJ.

  • matttnathan 4 years ago

    haha okay, but im pretty sure tom dwan knows more than you..

  • derheglmeier 4 years ago

    not necessarily a “big” bet.