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on January 26, 2015
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I dont get it how come they can see each others cards?
Raymer was not a donk. Not only did he win the main event the year after
moneymaker. He almost made the final table the next year and was actually
unlucky not to do so
Mike always knows what the other guy had after the cards are flipped over
so raymer bet 241k into a pot of a bit over 70k? And idiot mike makes the
call when he is at best flipping vs overs and some kind of a draw. lol
I don’t really get the call, he’s almost never ahead here
Bad play, Mike. Too many possible hands that would easily beat a pair of
nines, especially when you see a suited board.
… and obviously overs+draw is not even a flip
Man, those were the days when guys who shoved flop for 3 times pot were
considered good poker players lmao.
Awful call on a pair a nines.
People saying this was a bad call are just jealous of Mike’s reads. Great
call and a great player.
Incredible read? Raymer had the nut draw and 2 overs, it could of been
worse, Raymer could of had AT. It was a horrible call never get your money
in on a call for worse than a coin flip. Also calling Raymer lucky and
comparing him to Gold, you obvioulsy don’t know much, Raymer made it down
to 2 or 3 tables in 2005 and I believe he’s made the head table a few times
on the WPT.
My read would have been pocket Jacks or higher….
It’s a good call mike .. You have my respect buddy !!
Matusow was in tilt before that hand and Raymer just
got the perfect opportunity to play that way.
He knew that loud mouth Matusow will “show him” how poker is played.
It’s rather funny to see a guy with middle pair vs 2 overcards + flush draw
+ backdoor str8 praying for help.
97s and call an all-in, boon. Deserved to lose and humiliated by the other
There’s also a video where he cries and saying to himself that didnt
deserved his elimination. Who had the big coj****s mike and who’s the small
you epic boon?
coin flip after the flop
It’s not really an amazing read as it says in the description. The pot was
laying him 1.33 to 1 and he was a 1.17 to 1 dog. In a cash game you can
make this call but in the main event with 100 players left and a healthy
stack you can find a better spot.. He let trying to bust Raymer get the
best of him. The best he is EVER doing here is the position he found
himself in which is flipping. Even if Raymer just goes crazy and decided to
over play A9 or JT or something Mike is crushed even worse.
Raymer is a donk. Where is he now? Nowhere. Same with Moneymaker and Gold
and all the rest of the lucky donks.
That’s hitting imo. Whether you make a hand or not, there are still two
more cards to come. It just comes down to the percentages. If you have an
underpair, and your opponent has two overs, an open ender, and a flush
draw, AND the board is paired. I would say they hit the flop harder than
you did, since they are a 70% favorite, despite that they have not actually
made their hand yet.
I have big cojoneess… You have smaaalll cojooneeessss…
The funniest part is he thought that he is ahead, while he is actually
behind when all the chips went in.
If i’d a’ mucked, i’d a’ had more chips, i think he means
Michael says - Ante & Play has the lower element of risk and is thus the
4 card poker, you get dealt 5 cards, dealer gets dealt 6, best poker hand
My question from Michael is that does he recommend to make the pair plus
Wow, been playing this game for awhile and never knew about the Ante Bonus
@americancasinouide I noticed the 6 card bonus button on the table but
Michael's answer to your question is - "The answer is on my web site. It
Sorry Caesars casinos, keep forgetting they re-branded (d'oh). Thanks much
thats at the creek casio lol
Man! Such a high house advantage. How can this game attracts the good card
Great tutorial. May try it out now that I know how it works. Thx!
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