Tony G is at it again talking taunting his opponents when the floor
man gives him a warning which is quickly met with a feisty response.
But an Ace on the turn "turns" the tables as it were and it is the
great Tony G who stomps off in a tantrum of sorts. Always fun to watch
TonyG. Never a boring moment.
Folding a big hand is hard but some players manage to do it and live
to fight another day. In this first segment 3 players flop a
set, straight and a flush. These kinds of hands are met with
skepticism online with suspicion of rigged cards but as is evident
from the crazy cards of offline poker, we can see strange things
can and do happen. No rigging required.
Huh? I am all in. Now that is quite the drama right there. Go
all in and the dealer mucks your hand . You explain that you were all
in with AA but nobody seems to have a solution. The hand is declared
DEAD!. Well this kind of mistake NEVER can happed online so there you
Sometimes you hold the winning hand and don't even know it. Most often
this happens with a gut shot straight but it can happen with a flush
on the river if you are not paying attention as happened here with
Ivey. Another example of online advantage. If you get to the river
with the winning hand, no worries the system will award you the pot
even if you thought you lost.
When you bluff
and get re-raised all in, what is there left to do but pretend you had
a hand. Darvin Moon finalist in the WSOP 2009 picks a bad spot
for a bluff and ends up having to back off when re-raised all in. The
funny part is when he goes over to his fan base and spins a cute
little story about what he had.. Come on Moon, they will see it on TV
and KNOW u were lying.
could hold 4 of a kind AND STILL LOSE. Not very likely but that is
exactly what happens in this amazing table when quads are beat by a
straight flush. Anything a set or better is a monster and you expect
to cash in unless the board counterfeits your hand.. Then you can
swear and vent some steam but the next hand is already on the way.
Keep playing. .