In this video blog, I discuss final tabling the $1,500 Shootout. Check it out and let me know what you think!

11 Comments

  • Gary Brudner says:

    Great video, thank you!

    With your training I was able to cash twice and for $20. I won a $1,000 satellite seat at WSOP.com last week in Las Vegas, another thank you!

  • dj says:

    Go get em JL i thought he would have turned at least 2 pair but KK vnh. Good luck in the deep stacks!

  • Jerry says:

    Jonathan,
    Great vlog as usual. Really enjoy your commentary on PokerGo. Step up that Fashion sense buddy…take a page outta Tuch or Berkie’s book…

  • tal watts says:

    Damn Jonathan…you rock bro….youve made me money…for a poor man that is huge….i so much admire your demeanor at the table….silent intensity, etc….nice…Tiger by the tail technique….lol….

  • tal watts says:

    Damn Jonathan…you rock bro….youve made me money…for a poor man that is huge….i so much admire your demeanor at the table….silent intensity, etc….nice…Tiger by the tail technique….lol….///

  • tal watts says:

    we only live once…i guess im asking you for more…but i am willing to pay…of course…Im an angry man…i want more out of life….i love the game of poker…i really do….consider my words here Jonathan…as I have paid for your “secrets of poker” and Im better for it….my name is Talmer Watts.

  • Filipe says:

    Hey Jonathan!
    Nice video, congrats for the final table!
    Just one thing, did never cross your mind to raise with the AA on the flop or turn? Your idea was calling all the way or get out of the way in a obvious danger board? Did you not expect the shove on the river? Was not that shove the get way door right there?
    I like the way you face poker in a positive way and try to learn and evolve your game, thanks for that.
    Best luck!

    • If I am going to raise AA on any street, it is preflop. When you raise the flop and turn on somewhat dry boards, it turns your hand face-up as either a premium made hand or an optimistic bluff. If your opponent knows this, he can make somewhat snug fold with hands like AK and KQ, which would be a disaster.

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