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A runner-runner Royal Flush was hit to win a monster three-way pot on Day 4 of the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event. Don't miss any of our poker videos. Subscribe here: http://psta.rs/YTSL For all the latest online and live poker news, be sure to visit: http://PokerStarsBlog.com Follow @PokerStars on twitter: http://twitter.com/PokerStars for news, promotions and our weekly #FridayGiveaway! Join the largest poker community in the world! Like our page on Facebook: http://Facebook.com/PokerStars PokerStars operates the world’s most popular online poker sites, serving the global poker community. Since it launched in 2001, PokerStars has become the first choice of players all over the world, with more daily tournaments than anywhere else and with the best security online. PokerStars is the key brand of Rational Group, which operates gaming-related businesses and brands, including PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker and the European Poker Tour. PokerStars is owned by Amaya Inc. (Nasdaq: AYA; TSX: AYA). Helping Hands is PokerStars Corporate Giving Programme which was launched in 2013 and has contributed more than $7 million to charities around the world.
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Doyle Brunson has been playing high stakes cash games longer than many of his opponents have been alive. In this hand of No Limit Hold'em, he makes a full house against Eli Elezra. He plays it slow, however, laying the trap. Will Eli fall into it? Was this the right strategy? It's never good to make mistakes with this much money on the line! As always, Doug breaks down each street of action. Poker Hands is the show where Doug analyzes live poker hands from tv poker shows such as Poker After Dark, EPT (European Poker Tour), High Stakes Poker, the World Series of Poker (WSOP), the Aussie Millions, WPT (World Poker Tour) the Big One For One Drop, and the PCA (Pokerstars Carribean Adventure). He especially enjoys reviewing hands by popular high stakes pros like Viktor "Isildur" Blom, Ike Haxton, Dan Cates (Jungleman), Tom "Durrrr" Dwan, Phil Ivey, and OtB_RedBaron. Check out Doug's training website Upswing Poker: https://www.upswingpoker.com/ FOLLOW DOUG: Snapchat ► http://snapchat.com/add/WCGRider Twitter ► https://twitter.com/DougPolkPoker Instagram ► http://instagram.com/DougPolkPoker Facebook ► https://facebook.com/DougPolkPoker Twitch ► https://twitch.tv/DougPolkPoker #GrindNation
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/514999-Poker-Rules-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm Nicky Numbers, Professional Poker Player, and today, I'm going to talk to you about the rules of poker. Hold em is a game where each player starts with two down cards. However, before they even deal, there are two players that are forced to put out bets, known as the blinds. There is typically a small blind, and a big blind, and these are forced bets that players have to put out, before the hand is even dealt. Each hand, the blinds move from player to player, around the table, so that it's fair. After the blinds are posted, which means the blinds have been put up, and actually are out in front of the players, the hand begins. The dealer gives each player two cards, one at a time. So, the cards are dealt, and each player is given two down cards. They then have to choose whether to stay in the hand, or fold. A round of betting then takes place starting immediately after the big blind, which is known as under the gun, because they're forced to act first. Players choose to either stay in the hand by calling the big blind, meaning they put in the same amount of chips, or increasing the size of the wage of this round, often based on their hole cards, by raising. Alternatively, and most commonly, players decide not to participate in the hand, put in no further chips into the pot, and fold their cards. Once all the players have acted, three cards are dealt, known as the flop. These are community cards that any player in the hand can use. After the three community cards, known as the flop, appear, another round of betting takes place, except this time, there's no forced bets, like there are pre-flop, with the blinds. Players have two options, they can check, or they can bet. Checking is when you choose to let the other players act before you, typically indicated by saying, "I check," or tapping the table. If all the players in the hand check, then the next card comes, which nobody put money to see. The next card, is known as the turn. If instead of checking, one of the players had bet, then they would force the other players in the hand to commit more chips in order to continue, otherwise, those players would have to fold, and the player who made the bet would be awarded the pot. Otherwise, if one or more players call the bet, the hand will continue to the turn. The turn is another additional community card, that unlike the flop, comes off as one card, instead of three. However, like the flop, a betting round takes place in the same way. If all the players in the hand check on the turn, or there's a bet, and it's called, the final community card comes, known as the river. The river is another single community card after which a round of betting takes place, just like it did on the flop, and the turn. The only difference is, that after this round of betting, if two or more players are still in the hand, then a showdown occurs, where all the players still in the hand, after the river, show their cards, and the dealer awards the pot to the best five card hand. So, there you go, the down and dirty rules to poker. Like Mike Sexton says, Poker Hall of Famer, and Ambassador for the World Poker Tour, "It takes a minute to learn, and a lifetime to master."
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How to deal 6th street in Russian revolution poker with expert advice on playing cards and bluffing in this free poker video. Expert: Reg Brittain Bio: Reg Brittain has benefited from the poker boom of recent years. In 2006, Brittain won $25,000 on Fox Sports Network's Poker Dome Challenge. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
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Friday night was crazy in the MGM Grand poker room in Las Vegas and my game was good all night. I racked up hours for the 100 hour challenge also! My Patreon Account : https://www.patreon.com/TheTrooper97 Music: https://soundcloud.com/Tomove Use coupon code TROOPER10 for 10% off at BLINDSQUIRRELAPPAREL.COM !!! Mail Time: Tim Watts 5130 S. Fort Apache Rd. #215-212 Las Vegas, NV, 89148 My Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheTrooper97Vlog Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/thetrooper97 Get me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheTrooper97 Instagram: http://instagram.com/thetrooper97 Periscope: TheTrooper97 Previous video: Thanksgiving in Las Vegas 2016 https://youtu.be/FzOklSqU9JY
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515022-Poker-Chip-Tricks-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm Nicky Numbers, Professional Poker Player, and today I'm going to show you some really cool chip tricks. We're going to start with the chip roll. What you want to do, is get some small amount of chips, like five or six, is usually good. And you want to start them in one hand, and then what we're going to do, we're going to start with one hand and roll them to the other hand, and then be able to easily pick them up. So, the way you do this trick, is you start with your chips in your right hand, or your left hand, depending on which hand's dominant. So, your right hand, you start with your chips in your right hand, and you want to hold them between your thumb, and your index finger. And then, what you're going to do, is you're going to slowly release your thumb from the end, so that one chip falls off. And then, another. And then, another. And then, another. And then, another. And then, the last one. And the key is the angle of your hand. All you're really doing, is releasing the chips. So, I'm just holding them tight and snuggly here, and then, slip, lifting my thumb the slightest amount, so that it rolls to the other hand. The part you're going to have to experiment with, is the position of your hand, because if you do it too straight, they don't go far enough. If you do it too low, they could go really far. So, you want to have, like, a nice forty-five degree angle in your hand, ideally, and that's going to make the perfect roll. So, try to get, like, a forty-five degree angle, and then just release from the thumb up. And just practice hitting your other hand. Once, you can do that, you will be able to roll them all, from hand to the other. So, another cool trick I'm going to show you is, what I call, a chip slinky. Remember a slinky where it goes from one step, down to the next, down to the next? Well, that's kind of how this trick works. You go from one finger, to the next, and over, and back up. I always wished my slinky could go back up the stairs, but it never could. So, the way you do this trick, is you start in between your thumb and your index finger, so that when the chip goes over, it hits the top of your finger, in between your knuckles. In between this knuckle, and that knuckle. So, you can see how it works, by just balancing a chip there, and seeing how you can kind of get it with the other finger. So, you just start with your thumb and your index finger, and then you, kind of, let go, and the chip falls. If your finger is away from the other finger, then when you touch it, you'll be able to create just enough friction to flick the chip over. And then again. And then again. Now, the last one is tough because most people don't have a whole lot of pinky strength, but you're just squeezing the two, so you don't need much. Then your thumb comes from underneath and does all the work. So, it goes like that. Another chip trick I want to show you, is called the up and over. You start with three poker chips, and you put them in your hand, and then you flick it. One to the next, to the next, to the next, to the next. The key to this trick is to use four fingers well. You want to use your ring finger, your middle finger, your index finger, and your thumb. However, your thumb cannot be responsible for holding the chips, at all. So, all I'm doing with the thumb is lifting. I'm just lifting. It's staying planted on my index finger. That's the anchor. So, my middle finger is not moving at all, and my thumb is using pressure against the index finger, to lift it up gently. Once you're able to lift it up a little bit, it can just, kind of, fall back. I'm not really doing a whole lot of work to guide it back, once it's up and over. I'm just putting the slightest amount of pressure from my thumb, to my index finger, and then pulling it back. So, that's how you do some cool poker tricks. And, what it will do, is it will show players at the table that you're playing with, that you have some experience. Actually, before the first time I ever played live poker, I had only been an online player and I learned some chip tricks, and how to move my stack and bet, before I ever played live poker. It made me so much more comfortable, and it gave my opponents the feel that I'd played a lot of live poker, in the past.
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Kevin Hart and Usain Bolt take to the Bahamas beach in preparation for their upcoming battle at the poker table. But who will come out on top: the fast man who ever lived, or the Hollywood superstar with a 30-meter head start? It needed a photo finish to find out... Come and play at the world's largest poker site: http://psta.rs/PSYTJ Don't miss any of our poker videos. Subscribe here: http://psta.rs/YTSL For all the latest online and live poker news, be sure to visit: http://PokerStarsBlog.com Follow @PokerStars on twitter: http://twitter.com/PokerStars for news, promotions and our weekly #FridayGiveaway! Join the largest poker community in the world! Like our page on Facebook: http://Facebook.com/PokerStars PokerStars operates the world’s most popular online poker sites, serving the global poker community. Since it launched in 2001, PokerStars has become the first choice of players all over the world, with more daily tournaments than anywhere else and with the best security online. PokerStars is the key brand of Rational Group, which operates gaming-related businesses and brands, including PokerStars, Full Tilt and the European Poker Tour. PokerStars is owned by Amaya Inc. (Nasdaq: AYA; TSX: AYA)
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515002-Best-Starting-Hands-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm Nicky Numbers, a Professional Poker Player, whose going to talk to you today, about the best starting hands in poker. Now, when most people are talking about poker, they mean No Limit Hold Em. The best starting hands in that game are, big cards, and big pairs. So, hands like Ace, King. Especially Ace, King, suited are incredibly valuable. This is a true, premium hand. Another example would be pocket Queens. Any pocket pair of Tens, or higher, is going to be a premium one. Hands like Ace, Queen, are also incredibly valuable, because they flop top pair regularly. Ace, King, for example, flops top pair, 30 percent of the time. Big pocket pairs have tremendous value because often they're an over pair to the board, and when they're not an over pair to the board, sometimes they flop sets, which are really strong hands. A set is when you have a pocket pair, and then a third card that matches these two, comes on the board, so, you have three of a kind. Now, these are traditionally thought of as the categories of hands that are premium holdings. Pocket Tens are better, Ace, King, Ace, Queen. You only get dealt one of these hands, 4.7 percent of the time. That's about once, every other round, if there's ten people at your table. So, these are infrequent occurrences. If this is all you play, you're going to end up playing way too tight. There are other hands that also play well in No Limit Hold Em, and have tremendous value. And the deeper stacked you get, meaning the more big blinds you have, the better these other hands will play. Hands like pocket Deuces. A pocket pair is going to flop two pair, or better, about 12 percent of the time. It's an incredibly powerful hand, and the most likely hand of any, to flop a monster, pocket pairs. Another valuable hand is suited connectors, cards that are directly connected to each other, and are of the same suit. So, they're sequential, like, Six, Seven. Another example, would be a suited one gapper, like Seven, Five, or, a suited two gapper, like Seven, Four. Cards that have no gaps, and are directly connected, have one gap, or two gaps, and are suited, have tremendous play ability in No Limit Hold Em. For example, a true suited connector, like, Four, Five suited through Jack, Ten suited, is going to hit the flop to make a big hand, or a draw of Eight outs or more, about a quarter of the time. On the surface, it looks like you only have Seven high, but these cards work tremendously well together, and create a synergy that results in the hands having a lot of value in their ability to continue passed the flop. Another example, is a suited Ace, like Ace, Six, or Ace, Deuce. These cards work in a very similar way to suited connectors, suited one gappers, and suited two gappers. Basically, you want to play hands that are able to continue pass the flop, regularly. And when I say continue pass the flop, regularly, I mean continue pass the flop in a comfortable way. Imagine having a hand on the flop, and your opponent makes a bet, and you're comfortable continuing to call, or raise. Imagine being on the flop, and making a bet, and your opponent raises you. And you're able to comfortably continue by calling that raise, or, even re-raising them back. That's what you're looking for when you're picking hands, pre-flop. Hands that interact with the flop in multiple ways, and are often able to continue passed the flop, and regularly go to show down.
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More Live events: https://triton-series.com/ Learn with Tom Dwan how the game works: https://youtu.be/cmurkkHC8Tg Short Deck poker is an exciting, high-variance game that features more coin flip situations than traditional No-Limit Hold'em, creating a challenging dynamic for the pros and businessmen alike. In Short deck poker, more starting hands are playable and rank closer in value before the flop. With just 36 cards instead of 52, straights become more common, while flushes are a rare sight. In order to adjust for this, the hand ranking chart has been updated and a flush beats a full house. There's are no blinds; instead, the game is played ante-only, with the button posting a double ante. Entries 61 Total Prize Pool HK$ 14,347,200 Total Prize Pool (USD) $ 1,827,664 Prizes: 1st HK$4,749,200 $604,992 2nd HK$3,199,000 $407,515 3rd HK$1,937,000 $246,751 4th HK$1,334,000 $169,936 5th HK$918,000 $116,942 6th HK$689,000 $87,770 7th HK$560,000 $71,337 8th HK$488,000 $62,165 9th HK$473,000 $60,255 HK$ 250,000 No Limit Hold'em - Short Deck Ante Only 250K Maestral Resort & Casino, Budva Saturday 12 - Sunday 13 May 2018
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The Feels. A few days removed from the Sacramento trip, I fight burnout and frustration as I head into the next session... "DeepVibes" Hoodie available at deepvibes.com Merch Store: http://thedrawingdead.com How I Study: http://www.crushlivepoker.com/referrals/Partners/JamanBurton/BUR401 Music by: Guggenz: https://soundcloud.com/guggenz Epidemic Sound Gear: -The camera I use when walking around and talking is: http://amzn.to/2zeSMiS -Recording of hands is done using: http://amzn.to/2AhSmZ8 -Some in car shots and some time-lapses: http://amzn.to/2y3ifu7 -My current drone: http://amzn.to/2zjUBgI -Editing software Final Cut Pro 10.4 with some plugins Motion 5 with some plugins -Current Machine: MacBook Pro(15-inch, 2017) 2.8 GHz Intel Core i7 16 GB 2133 MHz LPDDR3 Radeon Pro 560 4096 MB Intel HD Graphics 630 1536 MB Contact Info: Old Fashioned: Saint Peters Post Office PO Box 132 Saint Peters, MO 63376 My Channel: https://www.youtube.com/jamanburton Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/killogram Instagram: http://instagram.com/thedrawingdeadvlog email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/margollik SC: Killogram Fellow poker vloggers who you should check out: Andrew Neeme: https://www.youtube.com/user/PokerScenes Brad Owen: https://www.youtube.com/bradowenpoker Tim Watts: https://www.youtube.com/TheTrooper97Vlog Jaman Burton: https://www.youtube.com/killogram333 Johnnie Vibes: https://www.youtube.com/tmoren02 Matt Vaughn: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZFC... Andrew Pieper: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHS5... Nojan Dorson (German): https://www.youtube.com/MrDorsonPoker PokerKraut: https://www.youtube.com/Pokerkraut Jeff Boski: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8yd... DogeBag: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRY6... PokerMonk: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTPu... Czech Raise Charles: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs-h...
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515015-Poker-Etiquette-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm professional poker player Nicky Numbers and I'm going to talk to you today about poker etiquette, most importantly, what not to do at the table. The first thing I'm going to talk about is how you bet, how you call, and how you raise. Let's say you have some chips in front of you; so you're at the table playing, you've got your nice stacks and you want to make a bet or you want to make a call or you want to make a raise, well how you put your chips into the pot is incredible important. What you don't want to do is this, where the chips that you put out have now gone right into the middle of the pot. This is called splashing the pot and it's terribly bad poker etiquette. The reason it's such awful etiquette is because it completely confuses the game. I don't know how many chips you put out, if you were making a bet or a raise, we don't know how much it was, if you were making a call it's difficult to confirm that you called the correct amount. You're going to often force the dealer to have to recreate the entire hand just to see how many chips should be in the pot and how many chips are in the pot in order to figure out what chips went into the pot and which chips are suppose to be part of a bet, raise, or call. Rather than splash the pot, what you want to do is put your chips out in front of you where they can't hit any other player's chips or the pot itself. So, for example, if I was going to bet that same amount I could just put them in front of me like that or I could neatly stack them in front of me like this. Either way is fine, the key is that you don't want your chips to encounter any other obstacles at the table involving other chips. The next thing I'm going to talk to you about has to do with showing the winning hand. Let's say I'm dealt two cards, we've had some betting go on, and now I'm all in. You call me and I wait, I don't show my hand right away, except that I have two Aces. I know for a fact that I have the best possible hand pre-flop, I know I have the winner, yet I paused and made you sweat. I made you sweat and potentially think that your hand might be good. I deliberately allowed you to believe that you were more likely to have a winning hand or the best hand at the moment than you actually were. That's called a slow roll and it doesn't only happen when I'm the person that bets or raise. When you call a bet or raise, especially on the river, if you know that it's very likely that you have the winning hand just table it. If you or your opponent is all in and you know that you are likely to have the winning hand just table it. The only time you should wait for your opponent to show their cards first or to make them wait and sweat is when you're genuinely unsure whether or not you have the winning hand. Splashing the pot, slow rolling your opponents or reacting to or discussing a hand while it's still going on are three great examples of poor poker etiquette.
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Nov. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Steve Begleiter, who headed corporate strategy at Bear Stearns Cos. before its 2008 collapse, talks with Bloomberg's Mark Crumpton and Lori Rothman about playing in the World Series of Poker and parallels between Wall Street and poker. Begleiter earned $1.59 million at the World Series of Poker's main event on Nov. 10 with a sixth-place finish. Joe Cada, 21, became the youngest champion claiming the $8.55 million top prize in Las Vegas. (Source: Bloomberg)
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No hand today, instead Bart gives his thoughts on where most of the money is won in live cash games, from the fish or from the pros. If you want to call in with a hand or question for Bart use the number 323 348 1281. The show streams live each Monday at 4:45 P.M. PT. right here at youtube.com/crushlivepoker/live To keep updated of schedule changes to the live stream follow @CrushLivePoker on twitter. CrushLiveCallIns will be taking a short hiatus for the WSOP between June 4th, 2018- July 16th Live shows will come back on July 23rd, 2018. ►►► Keep learning with me over at http://www.crushlivepoker.com/ Sign up for my poker training & improve your poker strategy quick over on my site! We have a 30 day free trial just go here: https://goo.gl/r9K1Rq or use the code YTA200 at checkout. Find more of Bart Hanson’s Poker Training at: ► https://www.facebook.com/CrushLivePoker/ ► https://twitter.com/CrushLivePoker ► https://twitter.com/BartHanson ► https://www.instagram.com/bart_hanson/ ► https://www.instagram.com/crushlivepoker/ Graphics - Peter O’Neill
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Berkey wraps up his trip to the Southern Hemisphere, Jy plays the MSPT that he won last year for over $100k, and Chin leads a discussion breaking down a controversial hand from Berkey's night on Poker After Dark. Music - 1. Broods - Heartline (MOUNT Remix) 2. Greg Street – Good Day (feat Nappy Roots) 3. Fleet Foxes - If You Need To Keep Time on Me 4. Mark Ronson - Somebody to Love Me If you're looking to improve your game: https://www.solveforwhyacademy.com Or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Golden Nugget holds an annual Grand Poker Tournament Series. The daily tournaments run from the beginning of June through early July. The Series features low buy ins, deep stacks and long levels of almost every kind of poker. The games range from badugi to Razz and everything in between. Also featured almost every day is a No Limit Holdem poker tournament. The tournament series is highlighted by several special events. These include a Seniors No Limit Championship, the Golden Nugget Queen Lips Grand Championship, The Grand Finale Poker Shark Championship, and the Poker Player Newspaper Championship. The tournaments are held in the Grand Ball room. Registration is available through the first few levels and you can re enter. There is poker to be played and it's at the Golden Nugget.
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James McManus, author of Cowboys Full: The Story of Poker, as well as the classic account of the World Series of Poker, Positively Fifth Street, defines a few favorite poker terms. He spoke at the Amazon.com offices in Seattle in November 2009.
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