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Poker Brats – High Emotions, Trash Talk and Blow Ups!

Poker Brats – High Emotions, Trash Talk and Blow Ups!

Playing poker can be a rollercoaster of emotions, from elation when you win a tournement to dispair at losing a big pot to a bad beat, but in general it’s good to keep your emotions in check. Going “on tilt” when you get unlucky not only tends to give away tells to the other players at your table, but also often clouds your judgement and causes you to make bad decisions.



Poker Superstars 3 – Gus Hansen Crazy Plays

Poker Superstars 3 – Gus Hansen Crazy Plays

What do you get what Gus Hansen sits at the table, needing to win in order to progress to the final 16, and decides to move all-in in every hand? Carnage!

Gus is behind in the tournemant and needs a first place finish to win, so right off the bat he tells the other players “do not raise my blinds”. Well he goes all-in preflop the first few hands and picks up quite a few chips, until he finally goes all-in against Phil Helmuth. Hellmuth has AJ suited and knowing that Hansen is playing super loose he calls, and gets knocked out when Hansen’s pocket deuces hit him a set on the flop!



Sam Farha vs Patrik Antonius – $1 Million Pot

Sam Farha vs Patrik Antonius – $1 Million Pot

This hand comes from the fourth series of High Stakes Poker. Everyone’s stack is deep, and with the blinds at $300/$400 and a $1200 forced straddle, Sammy Farha opens for $4,200 with K-Q of diamonds from the hijack. Antonius, on the button, reraises with J9 of hearts and Sam calls.



Johnny Chan Interview – Poker Superstars

Johnny Chan Interview – Poker Superstars

Best known for winning the World Series Of Poker main event in back to back years, first in 1987 and again in 1988, Chan is one of the best known players in the world. In addition to his 2 world championships he has another 8 WSOP bracelets, a number of wins (4 out of 5) on Poker After Dark, and a Poker Superstars win. In ths short video he talks about a number of topics including…



Gus Hansen Interview With Poker Superstars

Gus Hansen Interview With Poker Superstars

Gus Hansen is without doubt one of the most exciting players in high stakes poker today. He’s also a bit of a wild card, playing with a unique and modern style which has been very successful for him. In this interview Gus talks about his modern style of poker, what makes him different from many other players, and why he plays a lot of hands, but is always ready to adjust to the game.



Jonathan Little Secrets Video Review

Jonathan Little Secrets Video Review

This is a quick review of professional player Jonathan Little’s new course which teaches his awesome strategies for multi-tabling SNGs. The video gives you an overview of the course, what you’ll learn from it, and why Jonathan is so qualified to be teaching this stuff. If you like the look of this you can download a 41 minute sample video where Jonathan teaches a bunch of great stuff in the same format as the course.



Phil Ivey Interview For WSOP Europe 2009

Phil Ivey Interview For WSOP Europe 2009

Phil Ivey Interview During The WSOP Europe 2009 In this interview, Phil Ivey talks about how he got started in poker, learning from his grandfather when he was a kid, and how he made the progression into professional poker. Ivey talks about all sorts of subjects including the WSOP, Bobby’s Room at The Bellagio, proposition […]



Learn From The Pros – When To Quit

Learn From The Pros – When To Quit

This episode has comments from Howard Lederer, Jennifer Harmen, Phil Ivey, Chris Ferguson and Layne Flack, and they are talking about knowing when to quit (in cash games!) A lot of people play badly if they start losing, that can make them go on tilt, play worse and lose even more! Poker is a game of psychology, and if you think you’re losing or playing badly you probably will lose!



Learn From The Pros – Bluffing

Learn From The Pros – Bluffing

The dicsussion talks about what to bluff, why bluffing should only be done with the weakest hand, whether people bluff to often and more. Annie Duke makes a really good point about people who try to bluff with their body language by trying to give off weak signals, but those “fake” bodylanguage signales can be very different to the “real” subconcious signals.



Chris Ferguson Out-draws Phil Hellmuth

Chris Ferguson Out-draws Phil Hellmuth

This was the final table of the National Heads Up Poker Championship. Phil Hellmuth vs Chris Ferguson. Hellmuth is dealt A-3 offsuit and completes the blinds for $4000. Ferguson gets 9-3 offsuit and raises to $28,000 which Hellmuth calls…

 
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