Weekly Poker Hand, Episode 172

In this episode of Weekly Poker Hand, I play a multi-way limped pot deep in a $5,000 WSOP event

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6 Comments

  • Jack says:

    Thanks Jonathan Great analysis. I wonder if a smaller bet on the river would have tempted the aggressive player to try to bluff you off the pot, or call with a weaker hand.

  • marty says:

    Since you ask for a review it’s the least I can do in return for an intelligent concise interesting hand every week. Thanks, and more power to you.

  • Jon says:

    Enjoyed your analysis. I am a member of pokercoaching.com and I have to admit, your turn lead surprised me. I always try to think ahead to what I would do while i watch your videos and I would have checked the turn and maybe shoved if he bet, though I agree he checks back a lot in this spot. Seeing you make unconventional plays concerns me because my master plan is to learn from you and then one day knock you out of a tournament so I can say, “the student has become the master”, or something equally as witty and awesome.

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