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The Big Game S4 EP14 Full Episode | TV Cash Poker | partypoker

The Big Game S4 EP14 Full Episode | TV Cash Poker | partypoker
as london begins to wake up our

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continues to play out here at less ambassadors with 12 hours remaining the end is in sight but who will be the big money winner here at the party

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this is the biggest

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in town and some of the best in the industry are battling it out over pots worth thousands of pounds they're all fighting fatigue in a bid to be the top dog at the table night and day have merged into one as our group of players have battled far more than fatigue the pressure enormous 48 hours of action has rapidly diminished as we head into the closing straight the eight men around our table really do reflect the ebb and flow of this

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justin bonamo has been here once before and suffered the indignity of a player eviction robert williamson iii suffered a similar fate evicted first time around this time he's left of his own accord and in profit you know what if they vote me off again i'll stick around for round three if they'll let me ellis rubin has a fearsome reputation and it was certainly justified as he clocked up nearly 40k in profit isaac haxton has been here once before but as with the others he's back for more i'm pretty impressed with wiffer and neil for being able to play for going on 48 hours straight i definitely couldn't do that biffer is the only man who has stood the test of time aggressive play has proved both costly and rewarding i get this like serious bluffing condition and i just can't stop...
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doing it channing would have joined viffer as a stalwart of the table but an eviction denied him a continuous run he's back paul zimbler the latest recruit is still waiting to make his mark phil laak has struggled to get out of first gear but he's weary of his opponents biffer is on hypo aggro ballisto mode if there's a gear for that and channing is in old school talk him into calling but all crazy it's a great

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the hard cold facts are here for all to see viffer is fast closing in on 100k mark a remarkable achievement but he's been here from the start no one really gets close channing is at 11 and lock it four they are the only two in profit justin bonamo having a torrid time losing nearly 30k whilst ruben flying at one point fast slipping into the red justin bonimo's uh history is pretty well documented i mean he's kind of grown up uh really grown up along with internet

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when he was you know if it was 18 or 19 or something he got embroiled in sort of a scandal that really redefined a lot of the rules and boundaries of internet uh internet

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he took a bit of a took a bit of a brutal public relations beating for a couple of years and i think you know it it it it as it usually happens dusty i don't know if you know about it but uh he's come out of it as sort of like the guy who's almost an ethical standard bearer for some of the things in

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well you know he really took the right approach when that uh issue came up you...
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know he he admitted it straight away and uh and uh you know apologized and did the right thing and you know everyone's not perfect but if you kind of reach out to your fellow

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players and say hey look you know i kind of messed up here and uh you know you're generally going to be greeted a lot differently than if you try to hide things and stuff so you know and and a lot of great things came from online

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out of it you know he's just a kid at the time and just uh he's he's seems to be a great dude yeah and it is sort of funny how internet

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has has grown up and that obviously so many similarities live

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but also so many different ethical boundaries uh that are that are still happening i know uh i know um you're very involved in that kind of stuff even even now yeah the rules are sort of always evolving and what's acceptable and what isn't line is you just got to try and do the right thing and generally be in good shape funny sort of hand here two players have faulted the seven nine which would be the nuts on the flop so both zimbler and locker are banging their head on the table but um not much action besides that yeah before has picked up a nice draw here and a niner king could give him an extraordinarily strong hand reuben's uh getting a little curious he's figuring he could have a lot of hands like uh different could have a lot of hands like king jack and you know flush draws but it's it's a pretty optimistic...
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call it is and one of the better cards from his point of view and that was probably the best possible result from his point of view the the trek yeah i think viffer figured that you know one that that 10 might have just made him uh three tens on the river and secondly that he still can't beat a number of draws that uh reuben could have come along with so uh he just took the showdown with ace high and unfortunately uh for wiff it didn't quite work out but looks like ruben made a pretty good call there welcome back to the big

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here at les ambassadors casino nearly 35 hours played in this 48-hour

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vifer still trying to get near that 100k mark things not looking good for a bunch of players in the red among them paul zimmler the most recent recruit to the table but bonimo the player really in trouble yeah nobody knows up to 225. paul oh oh he's just you know the buttons the best spot to pick up these hands isn't it that's best about to pick up anything oh most certainly is and isaac is uh most certainly be making a uh re-raise here and how has he sized it he's he sort of sized it to get called here hasn't he he sized it a lot uh better we were talking about some of the other players who were making these massive re-raises with pairs against you know against uh the rubinator who calls uh fairly liberally it's probably a good idea but against most other players you don't mind the action with king so yeah looks like he's gonna get...
some these differences know each other very well yeah they do they do um vifor was about to to compete with the 6-7 suit and decided not to not sure why and bonimo's buried this will be really kind of exciting to see how these guys match up with these two quality type of hands it'll be interesting to figure out how long it takes bonamo to uh to uh know he's beat here well with respect uh that he has for haxton i mean it's gonna be really hard for him to take anything over other than a check call line at least for the first street or two right yeah i mean there's not going to be a whole lot of value in him kind of betting out he might as well uh yeah just take sort of a check call line and you know it's going to probably take him at least a straighter you know a couple streets to figure out that uh you know he's crushed haxton right now is obviously computing bet size is it a guess i mean what's what kind of things are going through his mind right now what are they saying rounders there pipe dreams is going to vegas in the mirage he's got uh he's got three kings here and he's just trying to figure out exactly how much he can extract from justin guessing it's a call it is 1600 benton calls two thirds of the pot um and you know this same bet well now what has that done well this card is probably going to be the best thing that ever happened to bonimo it's going to save him a lot of money uh haxton haxton my guess is it's...
going to be a tough call between him betting for value and maybe going for some paw control because the ace of diamonds is on the board so much more likely that bonamo has uh uh a pair of aces than a flush you agree with that yeah i mean in a lot of ways you know unless bonamo has a hand like queen jack of diamonds or something you know he's not really gonna have a uh you know a flush too often that goes with any other card on the board so um it looks like he's still getting looked up right and you know what does bonomo put haxit on and does bonamo is he computing bluffing outs what if a diamond pops well and that's a terrible card for bonimo because now he's basically had the king kicker and he's only behind flushes uh aces and kings and i guess ace king specifically as well so and what was the bet the bet size was like 4500 um yeah he's just uh that's brutal now the effective the effective bet is 13 700 which is what bonimo has here um bonimos knows that haxton's more than capable of taking a hand like eight seven of clubs and playing it this way as well so uh this is why you know he feels like it's a pretty sick spot this could be an easier easy fall against a lot of nittier players but against uh never bet you with that friend and somebody who he has a lot of history with presumably this is uh this is a pretty sick spot for bottomer effectively i think haxton was putting you know the thirteen thousand seven hundred and about fourteen...
thousand six hundred so basically a pot size bet on the river which gives him the two to one and another factor that could be in play is since bonimo started the session uh down quite a bit he could be you know on his last legs for how much money he's brought over here so this could be his you know sort of case money on this trip here and and how do you compute the fact that uh little till so often bonimo has to has to be calling to splitting he has to have hands he can beat to call right yeah and i think uh you know like i said isaac could could take any hand and turn this into a total bluff so and he knows that you know it's very unlikely that paxton would do this with a you know hand like you know made hannah just turn a hand like uh ace 10. well you know what he is you know having said that it is possible that haxton could take a hand like ace 10 and and put bonimo squarely on what he has like an ace queen ace jack and try to move him off the chop the only reason i don't think that's too likely is i think hands like that for hackston would have checked the turn for some paw control uh so i think this is sort of like a nuts or a bluff situation yep and uh i wonder wow i wonder what the straw was for bonimo there you'd love to know the thought process he had um and obviously a lot of it has to do with what he knows about isaac and it's probably a lot of personal stuff but bam he took he's taken it well but uh he basically got stacked off there...
and is now you know he's now down a pretty s pretty sizable amount and uh you know these guys these guys good friends but at this table at this table they're playing each other hard and that clear evidence of it absolutely there's no give up and uh justin there and you know he shouldn't uh he shouldn't feel bad about it there there's uh no question though isaac's gonna he's gonna pick off a lot of bluffs there as well yeah really yeah but it still hurts it's still words well reuben oh my gosh this well it's just not fair having a look here uh just sort of this idea about in uh you know everyone talks about this two and a half times raised size and that sort of thing um when there's like the straddle say you got the 2550 the 100 and all that how do you size your raise you're not making it these guys are making it like 350. yeah i mean it looks like effectively that when the straddle's on there it's 100 so you're gonna have to make it at least three and reuben went out and uh started at uh four four yeah yeah and uh and isaac's gone for the five ball here um to a straddle and a call got everybody in four ways now and yeah you like this you like aces four ways two thousand pounds in the pot you like this you like yeah you just don't one of those disgusting flops like you know nine seven six we don't pay you for your education already that's what you're hoping you're hoping for something you know...
like a queen 9-3 type deal you don't know what you're hoping for you're just hoping you win uh-oh and this is oh no problem good day for ellis reuben um as far as this hand is concerned yeah and he's let out for a grand this is a good play here it could easily induce a raise and swell the pot early you know check raise might look uh might might kind of come off like a nuts or bluff situation isaac might slow down a lot and it looks like he's already sniffing something out yeah i mean if there's anyone in your mind weird there shouldn't be but and what would what would the thinking be oh my gosh there's not really that many draws here so well i think he figures that reuben's either really strong or he has some marginal hand like 10 9 or something and he wouldn't mind letting you know 10 9 continue to see some cards and risk that it catches up but maybe being able to extract more value from the hand on later streets than if he just raised and took him off of it right away justin was saying that he thinks that isaac is very big on physical sorts of tells i don't know he's picked up something off ellis i think he just sees a little value in raising and he's just going to call down all three streets he's not going to get away from it well i didn't see that coming that's a pretty large bet and i think uh how much is that it's it's about 18 into 10. um and how do you yeah 20 loss he said it's the new the new...
trend um the new fad is thinking about over bets is it simply a pot odds deal or what else is there in play well over bets are kind of weird because they tend to be uh the nuts or bluffs from people but there are players now that are actually good enough to make thin value bets with those uh uh types of hands as well so it's getting a lot more confusing yes nuts are bluffs but so much more weighted towards nuts than bluffs or no well it's it's going to depend on the player there are certain players that over pot and they have the nuts 100 and there's guys that mix it up well and there's guys that are always bluffing when they over bet so uh it's very player dependent uh but getting to this hand i call him getting to this hand yeah well he got to that hand and he's not like what he saw and that i don't know that was kind of was it good for the

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i don't know but you know what it's uh it certainly made the

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interesting because ellis rubin who was i don't know he was having a little bit of a momentum problem right and they don't have one now no he's uh he's been chipping up quite nicely the uh 8 000 pounds ahead um however more interesting the 48 000 pounds he got is basically among the biggest stacks he's had at the table and to me that's uh that that's a little more interesting because um it's gonna make the pots bigger yeah absolutely and and to think uh what he'd have if he didn't kind of...
have a that uh a little bit of a meltdown moment there with that a6 uh this could be uh he could be uh really making a run against wiffer thank you do you have any um starting to feel a little bad for bonimo because uh i don't think there's any way with the paul zimbler stack size he gets away from the sand so i'm pretty sure all the money's going in here viffer made sort of a 400 raise and zimbler's made at 1400 so about 6 000 back and you're saying if if if zimbler was deeper there'd be a big reason for bonomo to for some reason if they were really deep he'd probably just call and they'd play a flop but with these stack sizes the money's going in every time yeah we saw the different fold of the jack of diamonds so that jack of spades he's overcoated in the suits um he's like wow fml yeah oh bye wow it's a one corner wow well rough break for zimbler what up tough break what a tough break got the virtual nuts now fun fair wow oh that hurts on pair and bonamo gets the break with his trip jacks zimbler forced a rebuy very early on more to come in the big

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four welcome back to the big

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and the big news here surrounds the rise and fall and then rise of ellis rubin at one stage he was 40k to the good he crashed down the leaderboard and into the red now he is back in steaming up the profit ledger he sums up the tail of this

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viffer tops the other end of the board nearly touching the hundred kmart what's that i...
don't want to play you don't tease me we went through what did we say was there a couple hours where it was just like you know there's no pocket pairs there's no big hands and then bam the aces the ace jack the sets the kings yeah the fireworks are starting wow and uh channing has underwrapped his hand uh tremendously here just limping in with jax i don't suspect a olympic race though i think he will just uh call yeah it's um it's a real feature of uh of his

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i mean i mean how scared would you be to see chan getting it all in before the flop and you having like the two queens i mean you know i may be like oh god um this is gonna be a tough flop for uh chanting to get away from so reuben goes for paw control again he didn't like that flop either really i think he fears that uh he has a lot of small and middle pairs that he's calling with and suited connectors and that board pretty much smacks that range right in the face chatting's having a good think of this i mean you know you're never folding um what is raising accomplished i guess that's what he was kind of thinking there you go you're talking again you're just awesome maybe you might tell me your hand like accidentally you might just blurt it out yo i have a pair of sevens or something that might save uh channing some money there might go check check i'm assuming he's just gonna take the show down here i guess i have the best time i check queens oh i...
think i saved money yeah um and you know he just he had the radar up i don't know if the radar was up because of the big raise by reuben um pre-flop he just always had his uh his antennae up and for some reason you think it was uh reuben being scared and going for paw control i don't know is it possible he was just trying to be a little tricky as well i mean just sort of the whole thing trying to trap channing or no well they're both really deep and uh i think i think uh reuben just kind of wanted to play a smaller pop there yeah and i don't think he liked that flop he didn't like if he bet into it if he got some action he'd just be in a really sick spot so i think he'd just try to paw control it and maybe look for a few spots on later streets to extract a little value so as much as channing got a a signal when when reuben raised ellis raised big ellis also knows that when channing calls a big raise like that he's not he's not monkeying around yeah exactly i mean he's gonna have some type of uh suited connector he's gonna have a pair you know he's not gonna just take a hand like ace ten offsuit and do something like that and that flop was pretty nasty for the types of hands that channing would play that way it's amazing how channing always seems to lose just about the minimum when he gets in these sort of marginal pair over pair type situations he's been pretty excellent at controlling the pot yeah he's um he's...
very good at losing the minimum and then in some spots he's very good at winning the maximum all other facets of his

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always always seem very technically incorrect i don't know how he gets there it is sort of funny he's got his own little methods you know so reuben's going to play his hand he has position figures why not stacks are deep he's got good implied arms these guys are these guys are both uh well hackson's about 30 000 deep and reuben will cover that so haxton's really good flop he's not behind much here ace jack and pocket fives would be the really ace five other than that he should have the best hand we know he's not gonna call raise a jack five he he's got thirty so you can see him sort of thing oh i bet three now that'll put like 10 in the pot i could bet about seven you know and then i can bet the uh the remaining 20 on the river yeah i think he's before he gets you know that far i think he's going to be uh you know rooting for um you know some bricks to come you know maybe like a you know if the board went seven seven or something would know how he got half of your money back or three three would be another great one so he should be able to just fire away here and just be careful and hope

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y get paid off he could take some type of paw control line but i just don't see him doing that i think he thinks he has the best hand he knows ruben calls uh fairly wide in a lot of these spots and i think he's...
just gonna try to go to value town how much more you're playing with well the answer is going to be just over 20 now like 13 or 14 more uh well and then by saying that he sort of wow it's pretty suspicious there are some hands out you know he could just be double barreling with he could have flushed straws can't give away all my secrets what have you anything you feel like you're i know you've seen a lot watched a lot but anything in particular you think you're kind of taken away uh you know something new well i think you know that there's almost not a person i've ever met who is like too aggressive and if you watch uh you know being able to see all the the hands uh some of course uh you know everyone may not see but uh you start to realize that people don't have hands very often and the more aggressive you are you're just going to pick up a lot of those small pots and and you know you're going to get paid off a lot more on some of the big hands viffer's obviously been a perfect example of that stuff is you know people just don't have big hands all the time if you apply some heat to them you're not gonna have a choice but before it was like 20 minutes bottom bow oh he hasn't exactly picked up a lot of huge hands but every time he picks up a hand someone else seems to pick up a big hand and that's all he can all he can do to uh to get some breaks on yeah playing a real marginal hand like this against fifa is...
probably the last thing you want to do but uh he just can't you know fold right away just taking the check check root on the flop you want to protect your hand you want to well you want to the problem is you know it's vifor and he's sick enough to like you know you make it 2 000 he might just make it 12 on you and you're just like now what do i do but you just can't imagine how he could have a big hand on this turn after checking the flop right and right now bonamos if a heart comes bonamos i mean certainly he expects vifor to have a heart here pretty pretty often right yeah if uh yeah i mean it his hand looks a lot like ace king to pick up a heart draw on the turn and now he's going to uh you know now he made his hand so when bonamo checks he's repping exactly what he thinks bonimo thinks he has and he knows and the big sigh got bad beat it wiffer understood sort of the bluffing ass he didn't really have to think long about what to do there did he i never looked i knew i had two red cards i didn't know i didn't know if they were suited or not nice and so it was 50 50. there's been an empty seat at this table for a while but not anymore we'd like to now welcome a new player at the table it's barney boatman every hand is an individual event you know it's not like a tournament where you can play great or get lucky or whatever for four days and then one hand just wipes everything out i mean that can happen in the

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too but uh you know you're far more likely to be rewarded if you're playing well with

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oh he's gonna be a big smile and party boat which is his walk-in saw great sense of humor ten thousand pounds and this is a guy who uh has played in all three uh i think

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dan

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s and last time i had a commentated a bunch of times too dusty last time had a bit of a rough go but he's been playing quite a bit of uh sort of this six max deep stack on the internet all of a sudden he tells me and uh i think he's pretty excited do you know much about barney boatman you know i haven't uh had a whole lot of experience playing with barney i've sat with him a few times uh actually uh on the internet only uh but uh he hasn't struck me one particular way that i can remember but so it'll be kind of interesting to see uh what kind of style of play he chooses yeah i mean you know of course barney is one of the old original as far as from the from the real growth of

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real you know a real tournament player lots of results around the world um and i think most of his

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play has probably come uh playing on the internet um you know in the last couple years like as a sponsored pro that's a good way to get a lot of hands in real fast but he is a um he is one of those guys who his first second third and fourth weapons and lines of defense are all instinct you know he's uh so i i quite like him live he's like that's a crazy...
tournament and you're getting us all excited yeah he's obviously had a lot of success on the tournament tree also be interesting to see if that uh translates here to the big

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oh hollywood yeah and i'm guessing he knows well obviously he knows uh you know guys like neil channing and and zimbler and lock quite well i'm just guessing because the number of tournaments barney plays that uh you know he'll have run into uh justin bonamo before we'll see you know i got a hand sort of busy catching up here and everyone's hand just seems to get better all the time quite excited at this point i think that was a that was sort of a little bar was it who's always keeps asking to get the pot spread add it up darn it who is it someone in there someone in this

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who just kept them asking and asking i had a flush anyways yeah he knew he had to bluff phil uh you probably put him on some type of marginal hand and thought he might get curious i think he decided to kind of toy with him really yeah boy it took him a little while to get those last two or three thousand didn't it well he's he's massive obviously and the 350s come from lack my dad discovered some nameless service that tells him when i lose 200 000 on the internet which always makes calling home more fun say uh it is one of the things that certain players had to deal with that it's no fun especially when a lot of these players become sponsored pros and they go from having sort of...
uh internet names which only a few people know or only those in the known name to their names in red which is taken all over the internet exactly feeling from first-hand experience so viffer here uh leads right out with his fives maybe feels he can get more action that way this is a really really hairy card this is where lock could definitely justify making a play since he picks up a monster draw yeah and lock has made a couple plays on this sort of uh turn card before hasn't he absolutely and i think before hates that that's certainly an action killer card but biffer's got it better for value and one thing he wouldn't expect maybe i wouldn't expect it i wouldn't expect lock to put in a bluff raise on the river that's not something i'd expect a lot and we've seen it happen several times tonight but not from or not that i can remember from lock yeah it would be a pretty unusual spot and there's a lot of decent reason to suspect viffer might even have a hand like that so he doesn't want to try and represent what biffer but it thinks could have got ugly for phil there if he had to raise the turn you know he probably would have got re-popped back and been in a pretty gross spot with his uh monster draw there must have been the bet size that uh scared him off kind of expensive i don't know something else just just good instincts yeah i think he thought maybe if some of those nasty card came such as the one that did come on the uh...
river that possibly before might might check and and phil could represent that as well so i think he just chose to not swell the pot too much put himself in any ridiculous positions so locks made this 300. i mean you heard an irish accent in your head right we're only going to hear the same one i guess sorry haxton's made this 300 zimblers made this 15. and and lock is called and now it's that's the real confusion okay that's the real confusing part okay thank you it's it's the it's the 1500 call from lock exactly okay exactly otherwise he just put uh zimbler and they'd go off and flip a coin for a bunch of money okay so uh more more of a reason now oh i think you know what it is i'm sorry lock raised first sort of under the gun um haxton called and then zimbler's race now it's come back around to haxton who could put a weird kind of squeeze in which is what he's done yeah achieve what he's done he's just made a bet that kind of commits himself to haxton but not to lock in case lock right decides to go insane he okay this pull in the twelves to start and and zimbler's gone straight all in because he never had much money to begin with so now the question is because what lock obviously wants to know right now is if he calls can haxton re-raise and if the answer is yes lock will have just done 1500 pounds right i mean that's basically what's going to happen so if i call 34 and a quarter can he raise yeah yes...
and now that he's ashton really hates it yeah he's just done 1500 pounds i think he's putting on a little bit of a show here i can't imagine why he knows exactly what happened so what happened was uh axton was a little bit worried about lock but once locked didn't isolate all of a sudden he was pretty sure that he could start to to get it in against luck got shocked you all right twice all right once whatever makes no difference to me wait till the river we can design on the river how's that is that good for you it's better for you ready okay yeah deal out for them he really said that didn't he i mean what is she talking about oh wow oh my god that is sick only a three percent chance on the flop there zimpler won this yeah wow that's about the best flop you can hope for if you're it's just been lucky today i mean you know you run around you know isaac said i didn't care so zindler said let's run it out to the turn and then decide because i said okay and then you're like what and then he said two turns in one river and then you're like what the hell are you welcome back to london for the big

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viffer finally crosses the 100k mark in his quest for big

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immortality everyone else is trailing in his wake most in profit apart from zimbler hackson and the unfortunate bonimo who is now 45k down on his day's work they have uh you know you could probably put a bit of a highlight reel together of of all the the the...
wonderful hands bonamo and hackson have played and yet they're just both of them are just buried in this 48-hour

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and uh i'm not happy about it i'm not saying that you know but i think that it's it's great in a sense and they can take it i know they can take it it's great in a sense because it shows the uh and i think they're too these are two guys who understand it pretty clearly i think a lot of people watching

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on tv just assume the best player wins every time that's just not the case it's

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's uh one of those things where you kind of evaluate results at the end of the month or even end of the year depending on how frequently you play even in a deep stack

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and you know in these deep stack

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s the best players don't always get it in good either right i mean you know no there's certain times it just happens you know like um like the way hacksaw reacted when uh when ellis ruben just stacked him off completely with the three sixes yeah i mean he just you know got owned there but that's that's the way it is that's the way it goes yeah i don't think he's going to lose any sleep over it just that's the way it goes sometimes and uh lock is in the tank right here because uh he made a little raise vifor re-raised rubin sorry reuben re-raised viffer made the re-re-raise with the ace queen and now this constitutes his lock slow playing the kings yeah this is a little bit of a slow...
play here but i think he's just worried if he re-raises then he really forces vipre to have an actual hand what do you think what range do you think vipre is putting him on here i think he's got him probably on a hand a little bit more marginal kind of like the hand he has like an ace queen or pocket nines through jacks you know and then a lot of other just random stuff because you know it's phil laak after all i wouldn't have done that with you and quick call at what point is biffer starting to say oh i don't know if i can get him off this or should we go one more time yeah it's hard to see if i don't know if ever ever thinks that well because you know if it is nines if it is nines three barrels should do it right yeah you would think you would think i would not want to have uh i would not have a lot of fun trying to call with three nines they're against fifth number three three straight that would be important lock has done really well here would you agree yeah he's played the hand really well and uh he's confused he's wondering biffer's confused wondering if he can uh take him off the hand phil's hand looks real marginal is is vifor thinking is it fours is it a flush draw is it is it ever kings here in vifor's mind is it ever kings it's kings here i mean it's kings here very rarely that's sort of the top end of his range yeah because i mean the reason it doesn't seem to be kings here we've never...
seen lock play the kings like this i think uh i think the ten might have actually saved him i think he has him on pocket nines through jackson is worried that uh wow and he goes all in he i was just kind of thinking if he if he if he makes a bet that biffer can bluff raise over the top of him doesn't that give a little more flexibility or is that just no it's just going to be yeah there's one of those spots where it might be a little bit too optimistic to play and i don't think you're going to expect to get check raised there with air too often and if phil laak did bet small and then get check raised he might throw up in his mouth a little you better just went all in it's one thing to like put it all in and go oh shucks like thiffer takes a step back phil laak the big benefactor of that clash with viffer and doubles up no break for bonamo over 45k down and deciding to call time on the big

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the second session was a little frustrating for me it didn't really catch many cards i ran into some unfortunate situations probably made a bad call in the river against isaac overall i think i'm just really sleep deprived and wasn't really playing my best an empty seat rarely stays that way in the big

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next time up we see the return of moto the last time i played this event i was the unknown and it's good to play as an unknown because you know everybody but nobody knows you so this time i have to give attention to the players and they know i...
can play pretty aggressive and then maybe i should i should play just solid

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