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Timothy Adams wins PokerStars blowout PKO high roller for $167,591
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The latest PokerStars winner of their Blowout Series events is the biggest winner of 2020 at the live felt- Canadian pro Timothy Adams.Taking down the Progressive Knockout High Roller NLHE event which cost $5,200 to enter and saw 148 entries in total, Adams would earn $167,591 for his latest phenomenal performance at a final table that featured players such as Matthias Eibinger, Patrick Leonard and Ole Schemion.With eight players assembling at the official final table in the tournament, it was Eibinger who busted first, his move with ace-five shot down in flames when running into Ramiro Petrone’s suited ace-king that found a flush by the river.With seven left, it was Petrone who left next, the Argentinian going down in the big blind, correctly calling off the small blind shove from Finnish player Eelis Parssinen. Petrone’s queen-ten was ahead of nine-six off-suit, but a nine on the turn did for the South American’s hopes of spinning up his 11 big blind stack before the hand.It was Ole Schemion who busted in 6th place for a total prize of $23,426 when his ace-queen shove pre-flop was dominated and delivered by Timothy Adams’ ace-king, giving the Canadian the lead from British star Patrick Leonard.With five players left the stacks went this way and that before Patrick Leonard found himself short-stacked and turning a spade flush holding jack-nine of spades with a one-ended redraw to a straight flush. Oddly, the hand went to the river before the money went in, but when it did and Leonard’s effective shove for 18.5 big blinds leaving half a blind back was ‘raise-called’ by Adams, the Canadian’s hand of queen-three of spades sent play four-handed with the following stacks:Timothy Adams – 6.24 million (89 big blinds)Eelis Parssinen – 3.79 million (54 big blinds)Dominykas Mikolaitis – 2.91 million (42 big blinds)‘CrazyLissy’ – 1.7 million (24 big blinds)It was ‘CrazyLissy’ who busted next, but thanks to plenty of bounties, the Russian earned over $56,000 and only a little less than the player who departed after him. CrazyLissy’s bounty went to Adams, however, courtesy of an all-in for 29 big blinds with ace-jack and a call with pocket kings and 90 big blinds by Adams.The Canadian was running roughshod over the table and that continued for the remainder of the tournament, which turned out to be less than ten minutes.The 3rd placed player was Lithuanian Dominykas Mikolaitis, who had just 22 bib blinds when ace-seven off-suit seemed enough to move all-in. Mikolaitis was called by Parsssinen, who held king-jack of spades and a king on the flop won the hand for the Finn, despite a worrying open-ended straight draw appearing on the turn to make matters a little sweaty.Heads-up may not have lasted long, but with Parssinen’s stack bumped up to 5.47 million (68bb) after winning that hand, it was no longer a guarantee for Adams to win, as the Canadian had 9.32 million (117bb).With the money chopped, the bounty prize would decide who ended up with the most money as well as the win, and it proved to be a huge hand that won it. Adams had swelled his lead a little in the first four minutes of the battle, and with a raise called, saw a flop of 5-2-Q with two spades, holding pocket queens. Parssinen bet 400,00 and was called. A brick on the turn saw another bet from Parssinen, this time for 880,000, this time prompting another call from the Canadian. On the nine of hearts river, and with four million in the pot, Parssinen shipped 37 big blinds and just under 3 million all-in and was snapped off by Adams, ending the contest in an exciting manner.PokerStars Blowout Series High Roller PKO Final Table Results:PlacePlayerCountryPlaceBountyTotal Prize1stTimothy AdamsCanada$70,755$96,836$167,5912ndEelis ParssinenFinland$70,755$31,211$101,9663rdDominykas MikolaitisLithuania$47,801$9,063$56,8634th‘CrazyLissy’Russia$37,004$19,375$56,3795thPatrick LeonardUnited Kingdom$28,646$1,875$30,5216thOle SchemionAustria$22,176$1,250$23,4267thRamiro PetroneUruguay$17,167$36,484$53,6528thMatthias EibingerAustria$13,290$11,875$25,165If you’d like to watch a full replay of the event’s dramatic final table, which lasts less than a movie at a neat and convenient 83 minutes, you can do so right here:
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Poker in Print: Poker with presence: Unlocking the final 15% (2020)
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Some poker books that apply to strategy look at the specifics of your poker game and break them down bit by bit, building them up with stronger foundations. Either that or starting afresh, giving poker players new knowledge to fight with.What about a poker strategy book, however, that presumes the poker player in question already has the first 85% of the game taken care of?This week, Jason Su, the author of Poker with Presence: Unlocking the Final 15%, spoke on Twitter about the power of Fedor Holz’s magnetizing presence at the table and how it was the inspiration for him writing this book, published last May independently by the author himself.The notion of having a presence at the poker table is, of course, both an elusive one and something that some might argue is counter-productive. Some of the best players fade into the felt but make millions. So why should a poker player want to have a magnetic table presence?Well, the book goes a long way to explaining exactly this and can be used effectively as a guidebook to feeling comfortable at the poker table. Enjoying playing poker can benefit the player immensely and Su’s book is given some glowing references by a couple of really prominent voices in the industry.Matt Berkey said of the author: “I’ve had the pleasure of working alongside Jason and I promise his wealth of knowledge on emotional intelligence and its application in a risk-based business is an untapped, hidden edge that few explore. Can’t recommend his work enough.”He’s not the only player to throw his weight behind Su’s work. Tommy Angelo, who we spoke to about his YouTube series with Lee Jones, Poker Simple, as well as dissecting his own legendary poker book, Elements of Poker, was happy to recommend the book. Angelo said, “I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to improve at poker, and anything else.”High praise indeed.While Jason Su has been a successful poker player, this is his first published book, but it doesn’t read like it for a second. We were really impressed with the arguments put forward and anecdotal and evidentiary points that contribute to the volume.There’s a lot more to come from Su in writing about poker, we’re sure, and for anyone considering how they can add that comfort and ‘X Factor’ to a successful poker game, this could be the perfect book to pick up and dive into whenever you need a pick-me-up.Whether you want some quick advice on improving your own table presence or want to look deeper into mindfulness, exercises and concepts that you won’t read in your regular poker strategy book, you should take a look at buying Jason Su’s Poker with Presence right here.
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Poker Idols – Jason Koon
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Of all the players to fully embrace the modern poker career, Jason Koon is one of the most respected and revered players at the table.It’s been hard work to get to the top, but Jason Koon is today one of the best poker players of his generation. How did he get there, and which parts were inspiration and perspiration? Let’s take a look.The Cure Beats the InjuryJason Koon hails from West Virginia, and had a tough time growing up, victim of bullying and abuse, as he revealed in this highly personal interview.After graduating, gaining a Masters in Business Administration and Finance, Koon suffered an injury and while in recovery, started playing poker. With his education roomie teaching him NLHE, Koon started studying the game and made the most of his talents as quickly as he could.The Rise to the TopKoon played on PokerStars and Full Tilt, becoming highly profitable on both sites, including taking down a SCOOP event for over $300,000 and chopping a FTOPS event for over $450,000.Koon’s inexorable rise didn’t only come at the online felt. In live events, Koon cashed for the first time aged 23 in a $1,000-entry Deepstack event in Las Vegas. Koon loved Sin City, and of his first 18 cashes, 16 of them were in the Neon hub in Nevada.Koon started winning big, and not just in cash games. Tournament were started to be tamed by the man who was dedicated to his craft. Training to become physically strong, Koon was just as formidable at the tournament tables. He was winning six figure scores all over the place and his major event titles were right around the corner.King of the HillIt says a huge amount that Jason Koon’s biggest fans would appear to be his poker peers. Some of his biggest results have come in the toughest events, against the best players. At 35 years old, Koon might be the best player never to win a World Series of Poker bracelet, but it surely can’t be long until that fact is rendered untrue.Koon’s biggest live tournament cash is the $3.5 million he won by taking down the Triton Poker Short Deck event in Montenegro in 2018, but that’s just one of an amazing eight seven-figure results in the West Virginian’s career. Koon won a million dollars for the first time back in 2016 , taking down the $5,250-entry Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open in Hollywood. He’s won high rollers, super high rollers, and came third in the $300,000-entry Super High Roller Bowl in Las Vegas in 2018.At just 35 years old, if he wants it, a long and highly successful poker career is surely Koon’s for the taking. The work he puts into his game and staying in peak condition may be hard to maintain over the coming years, but as luminaries such as Phil Ivey can personally testify, if anyone can, Jason Koon can.
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โป๊กเกอร์บนหน้าจอแบบพิเศษ: แขกรับเชิญ Polk ที่ Lock-In เพื่อทำลายชัยชนะแบบ Heads-Up
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หากคุณไม่เคยเห็นดาราโอเคียร์นีย์และเดวิดแลปปินเป็นเจ้าภาพ The Lock-In แสดงว่าคุณพลาดเนื้อหาโป๊กเกอร์ที่ดีที่สุดในช่วงล็อกประเทศของคุณไปแล้ว หากเป็นเช่นนั้นไปที่นี่เพื่อดูภาพรวมเพิ่มเติมของ The Lock-In และเพลิดเพลินกับ Canon ฉบับเต็ม อย่างไรก็ตามหากคุณเป็นแฟนที่ได้รับการยืนยันแล้ว (มีความผิดตามคำฟ้อง) รายละเอียดของสัปดาห์นี้เกี่ยวกับการกระทำระหว่าง Doug Polk และ Daniel Negreanu โดยผู้ชนะการท้าทาย: Polk หากคุณเคยอาศัยอยู่ภายใต้หินกันเสียงที่ ลาสเวกัสอย่างน้อยหนึ่งทวีป: สำหรับคุณเท่านั้น ในนั้น Doug Polk ตอบคำถามมากมายจากตำนานโป๊กเกอร์ชาวไอริชในขณะที่เขาเจาะลึกลงไปในการวิเคราะห์ชัยชนะของเขาและพูดคุยกับเด็กชายและผู้ชมเกี่ยวกับวิธีที่เขาทำ Crib Notes: ใช้เวลาทำงานมาก ในตอนนี้ของ Lock-In มันจะเป็นเรื่องง่ายสำหรับ Lappin และ O'Kearney ที่จะชื่นชมยินดีกับ Negreanu โดยเฉพาะอย่างยิ่งเมื่อผู้ชนะกำไล WSOP ของแคนาดาหกกำไลนั้นงมงายและน่ารังเกียจเหมือนพอดคาสต์ที่ได้รับรางวัลเมื่อ The Chip Race (นำเสนอ โดยคู่หูชาวไอริช) ได้รับเครดิตจากเพื่อนร่วมงานในงาน Global Poker Awards 2019 ความล้มเหลวในการทำเช่นนั้นถือเป็นข้อดีและเป็นเหตุผลเดียวกับที่ทั้ง The Chip Race และ The Lock-In กลายเป็นภาพที่ห้ามพลาดในช่วงไม่กี่ปีที่ผ่านมา ด้วยคำถามที่ละเอียดและรอบรู้และจังหวะการสัมภาษณ์ที่สมบูรณ์แบบสำหรับหัวข้อ Polk นิรนามเพื่อยกย่องสิ่งที่ผิดพลาด ไม่มีไส้กรอกอยู่ในสายตาและ Polk จริงใจและเปิดเผยอย่างแท้จริงเกี่ยวกับวิธีที่เขาจัดโครงสร้างการโจมตี Negreanu และด้วยการทำลายครึ่งสุดท้ายของความท้าทายเรารู้ดีมากว่าแม้แต่ผู้เล่นออนไลน์ที่ดีที่สุดจะอยู่ในระดับใด พวกเขาอยู่ที่ - ชั่วโมงและชั่วโมง (และชั่วโมงอื่น ๆ ) ของการทำงาน แน่นอนว่าความสำเร็จของ Polk อยู่ที่ 1.2 ล้านเหรียญ แต่นั่นหมายถึงการคว้าชัยชนะครั้งใหญ่ในช่วงไม่กี่หลาสุดท้ายเพื่อยืนยันชัยชนะ 7 อันดับที่ได้รับการยืนยันและเขาทำได้ด้วยความอ่อนน้อมถ่อมตนในส่วนของ Polk เขาเป็นผู้เล่นที่หลายคนมองว่าเป็นผู้รุกรานในตอนแรก แต่ความคิดเห็นเปลี่ยนไปอย่างถูกต้อง Negreanu มักจะเชื่อว่าเขากำลังเล่น“ โป๊กเกอร์ที่สมบูรณ์แบบ” แต่ Polk หัวเราะในความคิดเดียวกันโดยยอมรับว่าทำผิดพลาดหลายร้อยครั้งเหมือนกับที่ใคร ๆ ก็ทำได้ในความท้าทายที่ยิ่งใหญ่แม้จะเป็นคนที่เก่งที่สุดในโลกก็ตาม Polk มีความซื่อสัตย์พอที่จะยอมรับว่าถ้าเกมนี้มีการถ่ายทอดสดเขาอาจจะเป็นสุนัขที่ร่อแร่ในการต่อสู้ แต่ระหว่างทั้งสามคนพวกเขาให้รายละเอียดเป็นอย่างดีว่าทำไมเกมประเภทนี้จึงไม่เป็นที่ต้องการโดยสิ้นเชิง ในข้อได้เปรียบของ Negreanu ถ้าเขาก้าวหน้า แน่นอนว่าหากทั้งคู่เต็มใจที่จะเล่นโป๊กเกอร์ส่วนหัวแบบแฮนด์ออนแบบสด 25,000 ครั้งเราก็น่าจะครอบคลุมถึงเรื่องนี้เมื่อโดนัลด์ทรัมป์ขึ้นเป็นประธานาธิบดีของสหรัฐอเมริกาอีกครั้งในปี 2567 อย่าส่ายหัว อาจจะเกิดขึ้น. David Lappin กล่าวว่า Polk เป็น "ผู้ที่รู้จุดอ่อนของเขามาก" และในทางที่ดี Polk ตอบสนองได้ดีมากโดยใช้เวลาในการพูดถึง "รู้ในสิ่งที่เขาไม่รู้" และในขณะที่เขาอธิบายเขามี ทำได้เสมอฉันเตรียมพร้อมที่จะดูนักแก้ปัญหาวิเคราะห์เกมของพวกเขาและเปิดกว้างพอที่จะมองว่าพวกเขาทำผิดพลาดตรงไหน ยิ่งคุณดูตอนนี้มากเท่าไหร่คุณก็จะยิ่งตระหนักว่าจุดแข็งของ Polk ในการท้าทายคือการขอบคุณที่แต่ละเซสชั่นเต็มไปด้วยความผิดพลาดในส่วนของผู้เล่นทั้งสองฝ่ายและการ "ตระหนักเป็นอย่างยิ่ง" ถึงสิ่งนี้คือข้อดี หากคุณยังไม่เคยเห็นรายการพิเศษ 1 ชั่วโมงเป็นสิ่งที่พลาดไม่ได้และสามารถเห็นได้ที่นี่ Doug Polk เป็นทองคำบริสุทธิ์ทุกที่ แต่เขาได้รับการช่วยเหลือจากผู้นำเสนอโป๊กเกอร์ที่ดีที่สุดสองคนอย่างเพียงพอ หากพวกเขาไม่ประสบความสำเร็จอย่างเดียวเราอาจพยายามให้ O’Kearney และ Lappin นำเสนอเกมอย่างสม่ำเสมอมากขึ้นทุกครั้งที่โป๊กเกอร์สดกลับมานอกจากเจ้าของไส้กรอกที่มีเนื้อวัวสูงแล้วพวกเขาจะไม่ พวกเขาเห็น?
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Newspaper claims footballer won $100m at poker
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Put on your sceptical hat for this, but a newspaper is claiming that former Everton star Thomas Gravesen is one of the biggest winners in poker. Thomas Gravesen The Daily Star wrote that the Danish midfielder had won over $100 million playing poker since retiring from football and moving to the United States.  At this stage it would be remiss of us to point out that the Daily Star in the UK is not exactly a Pulitzer winning publication. Also, mainstream media tend to get turnover and profit gravely mixed up in these stories.  There are, however, rumours abound in poker that some of the biggest games and therefore biggest winners in poker are from the private games enjoyed by the rich and famous where most professionals are not allowed. Indeed, there is credible evidence to suggest that Rick Salomon and Tobey Maguire are two of the biggest winners in poker history from such games.  The article also claims that Gravesen lost $54 million in a single heads-up session in Vegas. That actually has some secondary evidence to be found, as five years ago somebody made the same claim on 2+2. They also said Gravesen was up $80 million at the time.  So it seems clear that Gravesen plays high stakes games and possibly has been a winner in them. However, it is probably better to wait for some respected players in the industry to confirm he is the real deal before we pay too much attention to the $100 million winner claims.  Do you think this story is plausible? Let us know in the comments: Barry Carter Barry Carter is the editor of PokerStrategy.com and the co-author of The Mental Game of Poker 1 & 2, Poker Satellite Strategy and PKO Poker Strategy
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Poker pros win sportsbetting contest
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Mark Gregorich and David Baker took down six-figures in two high profile sports contests while they wait for poker to return. Mark Gregorich and David Baker It is always fun to check in on what poker professionals do next when they are unable to play poker. With the games drying up in the US, Mark Gregorich and David Baker turned their attention to sportsbetting.  We have already seen poker players find success in Daily Fantasy Sports and these two poker players had big results in two sportsbetting contests that covered last year's NFL season.  These contests are similar to poker tournaments, you pay an entry fee and you bet against the spread in five games each week. Betting against the spread means not just picking the winning team, they have to win by a margin larger than the spread. So a +7 point spread means your team has to win by more than 7 points.  Gregorich and two-time bracelet winner Baker teamed up in two contests. They came second in the $1,000 Circa Sports Millions for $200,000 and came first in the $1,500 Westgate SuperContest for $435,623, for a combined win of $785,623 between them. They could have banked an extra $800,000 from the Circa Sports Millions were it not for a late pass touch down for San Franciso at the end of the season.  It was perhaps the most unusual of NFL seasons to bet on because of the ongoing COVID crisis. There wasn't the normal pre season warm-up and games would be disrupted, meaning the players were rusty compared to previous seasons.  Baker told PocketFives he plans to use his winnings to move to Las Vegas for what he hopes will be a normal World Series of Poker this year. Do you bet on sports as well as poker? Let us know in the comments: Barry Carter Barry Carter is the editor of PokerStrategy.com and the co-author of The Mental Game of Poker 1 & 2, Poker Satellite Strategy and PKO Poker Strategy
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7 Ways in Which the Poker Community Is Helping Me Survive the Pandemic
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Generally speaking, I’m a pretty positive and mentally strong guy. My natural state is thankfully to be in a good, jovial mood, appreciative for my very many blessings in life. I feel truly fortunate to lead the life I do, with a family I adore, in my ancestral homeland, doing poker media work for a living. And yet, since the world turned upside down back in March 2020, I’ve found myself having very real challenges to keep going. With alarming frequency, often out of nowhere, I find myself dealing with feelings of general malaise and depression. Between lockdowns, quarantines, and an incessant 24/7 news cycle bearing bad tidings, it’s almost as though some mysterious force seems to be working overtime to erode my hope and faith in a brighter future, and that things will be OK. This has somehow happened despite my ostensibly having had one of my best years professionally speaking, and more than ever for which to be grateful. Without meaning to sound presumptuous, I feel that if someone like me is having these sorts of difficulties and issues, I imagine many folks out there who are perhaps “not as strong” – for lack of a better phrase – are truly and genuinely struggling. Until the world gets back to normal, our collective and individual struggles are sure to continue. Of course, while we’ll all have our weak moments from time to time, it’s best if we try to equip ourselves with as many tools as possible to properly handle the slings and arrows that life throws at us. I’m no mental health guru, and if you’re genuinely facing serious depression issues it’s critical that you not be afraid to seek professional assistance. With that said, I’ve taken the time to reflect on what it is that’s helped me slog through this pandemic. Aside from my very strong support system of family and local friends, I can say beyond the shadow of a doubt that my engagement in poker and with the poker community has proven essential to my wellbeing. Here’s a list of what’s worked for me and what has quite often proven to be the antidote to my recurring malady. Watching Poker Vlogs May the Good Lord bless Brad Owen and Andrew Neeme! In a time where travel has been impossible and my natural longing for playing poker in Las Vegas has been forcibly exacerbated, Brad and Andrew’s vlogging has provided a welcome, much needed substitute. Through their lenses, just seeing the inside of the casinos and that there’s still great action going at the felt helps keep my internal poker fire going. Then there are the special ingredients that make this pair of poker vloggers videos so endearing, namely Andrew’s knack for Neistat-esque cinematography and storytelling, and Brad’s penchant for finding boatloads of humor at the felt. Every time I see the notification of a new episode waiting to be watched, I know I’m in for a real treat and something that’ll surely make me smile. Home Poker Games An absolute lifeline for me, I count myself exceedingly fortunate to have played in about three dozen home games since the onset of the pandemic. When things first went topsy-turvy and nobody understood the magnitude of what the world was facing, we didn’t dare gather in person. Instead we moved the home game online, and incorporated Zoom such that we could see one another. Over time, more and more members of my two home game groups felt comfortable enough convening in person. As an extrovert who thrives on interpersonal interaction, it’s difficult to encapsulate just how important these poker meet-ups have been for me. Winning or losing has mattered far less to me than just having company, sitting around a poker table, and having a good time with friends. As my buddy Kenny likes to say, “it’s my five-hour vacation.” On top of that, the pre-game build-up and post-game banter on our WhatsApp groups never fails to put me in a good mood. My Dad hasn’t played poker for 6 months. He finally returned to the home game tonight. Let’s show Dr. Joe some love, folks ❤️ pic.twitter.com/kzvhwgsQ4y — Robbie Strazynski (@cardplayerlife) September 10, 2020 Poker Podcast Hosting Starting to host The Orbit and the CardsChat podcast has given me the opportunity to speak with dozens of wonderful people in the poker community and have great conversations that aren’t politics- or pandemic-related. As those two topics have completely overwhelmed our daily discourse, having a “built in” mechanism via which to discuss something else, both on camera and behind the scenes with my co-producer colleagues, have been so incredibly beneficial to my psyche. Even if you’re not someone who’d consider starting your own poker podcast, just reaching out privately to your poker friends for a phone call can be so beneficial. Back in April I suggested starting a “calling station” campaign, and I still stand by those words. Public Words of Care and Support A while back, I learned a very important life lesson from my friend and fellow poker media member Lee Davy: there’s strength in vulnerability. In the age of Instagram, we’re becoming increasingly conditioned to the idea of a picture-perfect life, but for 99.9% of people life is anything but. Even the strongest of us have our weak moments, and IT’S OK TO LET OTHERS KNOW THIS! Just yesterday, I Tweeted this: I had been having an impossibly shitty day today; really in a bad, dark place. Over the last several hours I had the good fortune to speak with half a dozen friends (you know who you are). I’m feeling much better now, and grateful. If you’re down, reach out to people for help. — Robbie Strazynski (@cardplayerlife) January 7, 2021 The responses from the poker community have been overwhelming in their empathy and love. I had decided to share what I had gone through over the course of my day in order to possibly help someone. I literally wrote “I’m feeling much better now.” I was unprepared for just how positive the response would be. The virtual hugs I received in part inspired me to write this today. However uncomfortable it feels, I believe that putting yourself out there will result in an outpouring of love from others. We’re ALL going through so much. Private Words of Care and Positivity The aforementioned notwithstanding, not everyone is comfortable publicly expressing themselves, and THAT’S OK, TOO! Since the pandemic began, I’ve received dozens of unsolicited emails that have been so incredibly helpful to me. Some have been to privately send words of support and encouragement for the poker media work I’ve been doing, while others have been to thank me for the competitions and giveaways I’ve been running. I cannot fully express how much these have meant to me. To receive acknowledgement that what I do matters to people is so precious. Moreover, in response to this, I’ve also received plenty of emails asking for poker-related advice. It’s so incredibly fulfilling to feel that my experience can potentially assist someone. To those who’ve written me, you may feel like I’m helping you, but let me assure you that you are helping me just as much. Writing is becoming a lost art, but words matter so much. I encourage you all to take the time to write to someone, whether you need help, want to say thank you, or just send words of encouragement. It’s completely worthwhile. My Poker Partners, Contributors, and Collaborators As mentioned, I thrive on interpersonal interaction. The nature of the work that I do necessitates near constant digital interaction. Whether it’s brainstorming article topics with my many contributing writers, liaising with the many wonderful affiliate managers who work for poker training sites, or planning the multimedia content I produce with top professionals in audio and video production, I feel totally wired 24/6 (Thank goodness for shabbos!). Between email, Twitter DMs, Facebook messenger, Whatsapp, and other forms of digital communication, the ongoing conversations I’ve been having have not only served to keep me busy and continuously “feeding the content beast”, but they’ve also served to keep my mind off all the chaotic and negative things going on in the world. For that I am supremely grateful. High Stakes Poker and Poker After Dark May the Good Lord bless the wonderful folks at Poker Central/PokerGO! For years, we’ve all been reminiscing about all those great hands on High Stakes Poker and Poker After Dark. “Ah, such great shows… I wish they’d come back and produce more!” Well, our poker prayers have been answered and we’re all now fortunate to be treated to new, excellent episodes of two of the highest-quality poker shows that have ever been produced. Beyond the players themselves, specific shout outs go to Brent Hanks, Mori Eskandani, the behind-the-scenes production crew, and the commentators – Gabe Kaplan, AJ Benza, and Ali Nejad. Thank you so much for doing your absolute best to fill the live poker void that’s been created and give us such fantastic content to consume. Conclusion So, that’s what’s worked for me. That’s what’s kept my head above water. That’s what’s turned my frowns upside-down. Thank you, dear poker community, for everything. Perhaps someone reading this will have their spirits brightened. Perhaps some of the things I’ve shared will inspire others. Perhaps I’ve given you some ideas for how to take matters into your own hands and dig yourself out of the doldrums. Perhaps I’ll be happy and relieved to read my own words next time I need a pick-me-up. And finally, there IS a light at the end of the tunnel. Things WILL get better. The human spirit WILL endure. We WILL prevail… and we WILL get back to the tables! About Robbie StrazynskiRobbie founded Cardplayer Lifestyle in 2009. Having quite literally learned how to play poker around the kitchen table as a child, "living a Cardplayer Lifestyle" is something that he's always aspired to. After having worked as a copywriter and marketing professional in the online gaming industry for a number of years, Robbie transitioned to become self-employed in the poker media industry in March 2017. Robbie translated Pulling The Trigger: The Autobiography of Poker Pro Eli Elezra, from Hebrew into English. He is also the host of the Twitch.tv/poker roundtable panel show The Orbit, the CardsChat Podcast, and creator of the Poker Notes Live mobile app. Robbie received the 2018 Global Poker Award for Charitable Initiative of the Year and in 2019 he was recognized by the Women's Poker Association with their Excellence Award as Media Support Person of the Year. Connect with Robbie on Twitter @cardplayerlife, or via email: robbie@cardplayerlifestyle.com.
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Could poker have a Queen’s Gambit?
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The poker world loves the new Netflix chess show and are crying out for a poker version, but could poker make a binge worthy show? The Queen's Gambit I am late to the party but I am just about to finish The Queen's Gambit and like everyone else in poker I love it. It's a great show on its own terms but poker people are getting very excited because not only does aspects of the chess remind us of poker, it also looks like a template for how a similar poker show could look.  If you haven't seen the show I won't spoil it for you but it is about a young girl with a talent for chess whom we follow from learning the game, playing local tournaments all the way to becoming one of the game's greats.  The first thing I would say is those early episodes where Beth is learning the ropes and discovering the world of chess tournaments really made me feel nostalgic for the first times I played in live poker tournaments. They really captured what it was like being a noob and discovering a secret world you want to be a part of.   Poker players are now asking if there could be a mainstream Netflix style show that focussed on poker too? The short answer is yes, with a but.  Don't go heavy on the strategy Rounders was about the subculture more than the game Serious poker players want to show the game for all its complexity and finesse. We don't want to see ridiculous hands like the straight flush in Casino Royale, we want to see somebody make a good value bet with 2nd pair. Mainstream audiences don't care about that stuff.  I know nothing about chess and upon finishing The Queen's Gambit I will still know very little. The show actually spent very little time focussing on individual moves or matches, it managed to capture the drama in a way that even a novice can follow. It was the subculture of chess and what happened between matches that got captured in the show, the same would have to be true for a similar poker show.  Rounders is a great movie but there isn't actually much poker analysis in it, it's all about the private games, the underground clubs and going to Atlantic City. Non poker players trust the storytellers that the game is going in one direction or the other, they likely have no idea what a Jack coming on the turn means in and of itself.  Poker has ready made stories The Annette_15 story could write itself Mainstream audiences don't want to be confused so the poker itself would have to be kept to the bare minimum. It would have to be about the stories around poker, of which we have plenty to draw from. The Doyle Brunson road gambler stories could easily be a template for a poker show or if you wanted a real like-for-like poker version of Queen's Gambit, I have always thought the industry has criminally underused the story of Annette Obrestad, a young girl who played underage, built a bankroll in freerolls and went on to win the WSOPE Main Event. Poker could certainly have a Queen's Gambit, but manage your expectations on the poker itself if we ever do. Could poker have a show like Queen's Gambit break into the mainstream? Let us know in the comments: Barry Carter Barry Carter is the editor of PokerStrategy.com and the co-author of The Mental Game of Poker 1 & 2, Poker Satellite Strategy and PKO Poker Strategy
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The Bernard Lee Poker Show (1/5/21): Rob Campbell (Part 2)
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In this episode of The Bernard Lee Poker Show on the Cardplayer Lifestyle Podcast Family, Bernard Lee conducts the second part of his interview with the 2019 WSOP Player of The Year (POY), Rob Campbell. Rob discusses going to WSOP Europe since he was in contention for WSOP POY. The drama at this event was incredible as the lead between him and Daniel Negreanu changed many times, including during The Colossus, which was the last event for the 2019 WSOP Europe. Rob talks about how his strategy may have been altered if there was no error in calculation. 0:00 Welcome to The Bernard Lee Poker Show as this week’s guest is 2019 WSOP Player of the Year (POY), Rob Campbell. 0:36 Bernard discusses recent poker news that began the year including Damian Salas  winning the “2020” WSOP Main Event, Huck Seed inducted into Poker Hall of Fame, Chris Moneymaker parts ways with PokerStars and James Carroll winning MSPT Venetian. 7:01 RunGood Gear Ad 7:43 Bernard welcomes Rob Campbell to the show. 8:22 Rob joins the show for the second part of his interview. 8:52 Rob confesses he never thought about WSOP POY, but goal was to win a WSOP bracelet, which he did for the $1,500 2-7 limit triple draw. 11:15 Rob talks about the $10,000 seven-card hi-lo 8 or better stud bracelet, including the final table. 13:00 Rob discusses his no-limit hold’em ability even though he is a mixed game player. 15:34 Rob talks about going to WSOP Europe and his strategy since he was contending for WSOP POY. 21:53 Rob remembers the POY race at the WSOP Europe especially a huge cash in $25,000 high roller which gave him the lead. 27:45 Rob discusses the WSOP POY situation heading into the last event (The Colossus). Note: the calculations were incorrect. 29:08 Rob remembers the event including entering Day 2 with a large stack, watching if Daniel will make it to Day 2 and playing Day 2. 35:17 Rob remembers Daniel achieving his goal and Rob busts out, thinking he lost WSOP POY. 36:45 Learn WPT Ad 37:31 Bernard concludes his interview with 2019 WSOP Player of the Year (POY), Rob Campbell. 38:53 Rob talks about how his strategy could have changed if there was no POY miscalculation. 43:55 Rob talks about $10,000 championship WSOP bracelet tournaments. 46:30 Rob talks about his future schedule including Australian poker events but also the lack of interviews from Australia. About Bernard LeeBernard Lee is a professional poker player who has more than $2.5 million and ten titles since turning pro following his 13th finish in the 2005 WSOP Main Event. Recognized as “the voice of poker in New England” by Cardplayer.com, Lee is known worldwide as a poker media personality having written for ESPN.com, Pokernews, Card Player and All-In magazines and hosting his widely popular poker podcast/radio show, The Bernard Lee Poker Show.
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พื้นฐานโป๊กเกอร์: คณิตศาสตร์ประภาคาร
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สำหรับผู้เริ่มต้นเรามีสูตรง่ายๆที่ช่วยให้คุณเข้าใจว่าโคมไฟต้องทำงานบ่อยแค่ไหนจึงจะได้กำไร ผู้เล่นใหม่คิดว่า Bluff เป็นส่วนที่สำคัญที่สุดของเกมและโดยเฉพาะอย่างยิ่งพวกเขาคิดว่าสิ่งที่คุณต้องมีเพื่อเป็นนักสู้ที่ทำกำไรได้คือต้องกล้าหาญกว่าคู่ต่อสู้ของคุณ ความจริงก็คือการบลัฟอาจไม่สำคัญเท่ากับการเดิมพันมูลค่าสำหรับผลลัพธ์สุดท้ายของคุณ แต่เมื่อคุณต้องการบลัฟมีกลยุทธ์ทางคณิตศาสตร์อยู่เบื้องหลัง ขนาดหม้อและขนาดเดิมพันของคุณเป็นตัวกำหนดว่าโคมไฟต้องผ่านบ่อยแค่ไหนจึงจะทำกำไรได้ มีสูตรง่ายๆที่คุณสามารถทำตามได้เมื่อทำการบลัฟเพื่อกำหนดเปอร์เซ็นต์ความสมดุลของบลัฟ คุณต้องทำงานบ่อยเพียงใดเพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์ที่เป็นกลางในระยะยาว หากคู่ต่อสู้ของคุณพับบ่อยกว่าเปอร์เซ็นต์สมดุลการทู่ของคุณจะทำกำไรได้หากไม่เป็นเช่นนั้นก็ถือว่าเสียเปรียบ นี่คือสูตรง่ายๆ: Risk / (Risk + Reward) = Breakeven% ลองดูตัวอย่างง่ายๆ นี่คือเกม $ 1 / $ 2 และ $ 6 เพิ่มขึ้นจาก Cutoff preflop ด้วย 67, การโทรแบบ Big Blind และ AK9 flop คุณพลาดไปแล้ว แต่คุณคิดว่าคุณสามารถเป็นตัวแทนของมือใหญ่ในความล้มเหลวนี้ได้ ตอนนี้เงินกองกลางมีราคา $ 13 และคุณตัดสินใจที่จะเดิมพันที่ $ 7 สัญญาณนี้ต้องทำงานบ่อยแค่ไหนเพื่อให้มียอดคงเหลือ? เราเสี่ยง $ 7 เพื่อชนะเงินกองกลาง $ 13 โดยใช้สูตรข้างต้นที่มีลักษณะดังนี้ $ 7 / ($ 7 + $ 13) = 35% คุณเสี่ยง $ 7 เพื่อชนะ $ 13 เพียงแค่ครึ่งหนึ่งของ pot ซึ่งหมายความว่าคุณจะต้องได้โคมไฟที่ถูกต้อง 35% ของเวลาถึงจุดคุ้มทุน เนื่องจากคุณสามารถเป็นตัวแทนของ Ace ที่ยิ่งใหญ่หรือดีกว่าดูเหมือนว่าจะเป็นการเดิมพันที่ดี แน่นอนว่าการเดิมพันเพียงเล็กน้อยก็เป็นการเรียกคู่ต่อสู้ได้อย่างน่าสนใจ จะเกิดอะไรขึ้นหากคุณตัดสินใจที่จะเดิมพันเพื่อให้ดูเหมือนว่าคุณคุ้มที่จะเดิมพันกับสัตว์ประหลาด? สมมติว่าคุณเดิมพันเต็มขาดังนั้นคุณเดิมพัน $ 13 เพื่อชนะ $ 13 $ 13 / ($ 13 + $ 13) = 50% ตอนนี้คุณต้องมีเวลาครึ่งหนึ่งในสมดุลดังนั้นจึงเป็นเรื่องสำคัญที่จะต้องอ่านให้ฝ่ายตรงข้ามทราบ หากพวกเขาเป็นผู้เล่นที่แน่นหรืออ่อนแอซึ่งพับได้มากก็อาจเป็นทางเลือกที่ดีหากพวกเขาเป็นผู้เล่นที่ไม่อยู่นิ่งก็อาจเสียเดิมพันได้ นี่คือคณิตศาสตร์พื้นฐานของการป้าน (เราจะพูดถึงกึ่งบลัฟในภายหลังซึ่งคุณมีโอกาสสร้างมือที่แข็งแกร่งมากเมื่อพวกเขาโทรหาคุณ) ในระหว่างนี้ตารางต่อไปนี้เป็นคำแนะนำที่มีประโยชน์เกี่ยวกับความถี่ที่คุณต้องการให้คู่ต่อสู้ของคุณพับด้วยการเดิมพันตามปกติ ควรจดจำไว้ แต่การลองใช้สูตรนี้ก่อนที่คุณจะเริ่มอุทิศสูตรถัดไปให้เป็นความทรงจำก็มีประโยชน์ยิ่งกว่า ขนาดเดิมพันไม่สม่ำเสมอ% 25% หม้อ 20% 33% หม้อ 25% ครึ่งหม้อ 33% 2 / หม้อที่ 3 40% หม้อ 50% x2 หม้อ 67% แหล่งข้อมูลที่เกี่ยวข้อง River Bluffing เข้าร่วม w34z3l ในขณะที่คุณจัดการกับ Bluff บนถนนสุดท้ายของ Hold'em การบลัฟไมโครโฟน LemOn36 จะปัดเป่าตำนานที่ว่าคุณไม่สามารถพูดปดด้วยเงินเดิมพันต่ำ
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