Weekly Poker Hand #203


  • David Strelitz says:

    I really do like the video WPH so please continue. I like them all but the video I like a bit better since I play almost exclusively live. Thanks,

  • Gordie Jones says:

    I really like this style of training on live hands

  • Mike Zelasky says:

    I like the video

  • Bill Sheridan says:

    Why isn’t the Q hearts included in Casey’s outs?

  • Alena says:

    This is the best format, I love it, please continue to do this ! Wishing you luck!

  • Morgan says:

    I like the format. I’d be interested in seeing a breakdown of a pre-bubble hand from the 2017 WSOP; can’t recall one player’s name but he was head’s up against Chino Rheem with pocket AA. He opened pre-flop and Chino called. Flop was a brick, he bet and Chino called again. Turn was another brick, and he checked (IMHO this gave control of the pot to Chino). Chino now bet and our guy called. Turn is another brick, hero checked and Chino bet like 2/3 of the pot, and hero folded. When hero checked the turn I told my wife “he’s given the hand to Chino”. Was there a good reason to check the turn? Given that hero had AA and there was nothing to indicate that Chino had improved his hand; if hero was ahead at the flop he remained ahead through the hand since the betting pattern didn’t give any reason to believe had improved. In light of that, would you have folded, and why? I think in this situation with the AA and a dry board you just keep barreling, keeping the pressure on Chino. Otherwise you open the door and Chino will bust right through it.

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