Weekly Poker Hand #347: It’s not everyday someone flops quads but when they do it can sometimes be difficult to extract maximum value. In this hand from High Stakes Poker, Brandon Steven finds himself in a multiway pot with flopped quads. Facing a bet from Tom Dwan and a call from Bryn Kenney, can he get maximum value?
I’d be interested to know how the old Tom Dwan would have played this hand and if it would have been any different to how he played it here. What do you think?
Salomon bets a Lamborghini on the river but can Kenney find a hero call with a set that has now turned into a bluff catcher?
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