Doyle PWNS Dwan!! $200K pot.

Doyle PWNS Dwan!! $200K pot.

Doyle Brunson Movie Rating: four / five

23 Comments

February 16, 2013

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February 16, 2013

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February 16, 2013

Phillip Williams

TL;DR

February 16, 2013

rhythmicrhyme

also it’s an opportunity to knock out a tight/ once awhile wild card player next to you which would help with your positioning and confidence. Basically players like Doyle scares Dwan the most like because of the experience or w/e it’s the style especially if you’re under the gun. Dwan loves stealing pot and using people who play by the book to his own advantage. The more logical you are the more predictable you are in that sense.

February 16, 2013

rhythmicrhyme

Most high end players don’t go by the book when there’s a flush draw you usually want to take the initiative of paying the toll instead of waiting to be put on tilt because in that situation you mask ur hands potential and you increase the value of ur hand regardless (fact is majority of pro players do not bluff they take opportunities,position, etc) Because of the constant high end value bet it seems too obvious and Dwan just thought he was bluffing striaght out and river reinforces his call.

February 16, 2013

rhythmicrhyme

Preflop that’s usually what set the pace especially for doyle. The continuous preflop raise indicates he most likely has faces. After that with his bet and the board is pretty much a blank board. The thing here is how Doyle played it; he played it like he was bluffing and buying his limp for a flush draw the pot with rly blatantly aggression also. Besides Doyle is known for chasing the flush he’s pretty much a average tight player, but besides the flush draw and he known for the flush draw.

February 16, 2013

Phillip Williams

Only thing I can think of is Dwan putting Doyle on a flushh draw. Then because it didn’t come out on the river, Doyle ends up bluffing for the pot. Other than that, bad play from Dwan. But he’s still one of the best.

February 16, 2013

EsserGui

(although I’m not a pro, not even close) that was pretty bad from tom dwan, doyle almost never bluffs

February 16, 2013

cjc651

Haha you realize that doyle’s hand range is completely face up and polarized on the river(you probably don’t know what a polarized range is) so in a vacuum Dwan’s call is profitible. Don’t pretend like you’re any good and critisize the best poker player in the world…

February 16, 2013

ThreeWickedWonders

right… that’s why he called to the river with two pair… and 3s to boot… the smallest two pair…. yes… he is amazing… notice the sarcasm….

February 16, 2013

cjc651

Because he is one of the best poker minds on the planet

February 16, 2013

cjc651

So you’re saying doyle’s not 3-betting JJ-AA for value pre and betting them for 3 streets? lol

February 16, 2013

roell29

Dwan figured Doyle was trying to durrr him – give the young pup a dose of his own medicine. I would have thought that too.

February 16, 2013

axebodyspray71

Dwan knows that it’s a 9 or nothing. Doyle wouldn’t do this with a 5, 6, or J. With the flush missing Doyle is only shoving a 9 or bluff.

February 16, 2013

glensohot

The fact that Doyle told Dwan how much he started with was a pretty big tell already. If you know Doyle he never tells anybody his chip stack during a hand.

February 16, 2013

LSRCSS

Doyle is old-school that’s is the difference…

February 16, 2013

ThreeWickedWonders

agreed! WHAT WAS HE THINKING CALLING THAT? i mean… even if i didn’t see anybody’s cards except for Dwan’s i still would’ve hated to see him call that. BAD hand. im guessing he was chasing a 3?

February 16, 2013

MrBrandonLau

that call is a disrespect, c’mon its Doyle Brunson!

February 16, 2013

Morihay

Pretty loose call from Tom. Pretty fucken loose.

February 16, 2013

Green Field

it missed the important part, Doyle re-raised before the flop.

February 16, 2013

Jeremy Bader

first of all, he doesn’t beat any of the ones with J’s because there was a J on the river. secondly, if you read what I wrote, I said that “he literally only beats a 3-barrel bluff” and when was the last time doyle did that? um how bout never. learn how to read dude

February 16, 2013

serratop

AK AQ AJ A19 KQ KJ K10 QJ Q10 J10 do you need more?

February 16, 2013

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