High Stakes Poker Season 6 Episode 7 Recap
Away from the table action, once again I liked the Negreanu Did You Know? segment about implied odds (excellent addition to the show this season!). What was even more entertaining, however, HILARIOUS as a matter of fact, was Gabe Kaplan’s post-segment commentary about “putting your opponent on implied tilt and he might give you an implied middle finger” LOL…
High Stakes Poker Season 6 Episode 6 Recap
New poker session, some new faces, and 3 of the same faces I’m happy to see again: Ivey, Dwan and Negreanu. I find it interesting that Antonius, Dwan, and Ivey each bought in with $500k, as opposed to the $200k everyone else bought in for (Negreanu bought in for the $346k that he had remaining from previous session). I wonder if Dwan, Ivey, and Antonius feel more comfortable with bigger stacks, or if others feel less comfortable with smaller stacks against them.
High Stakes Poker Season 6 Episode 5 Recap
Also about Negreanu, I’ve grown to like and appreciate his “Did You Know?” segment in season 6. As opposed to vignettes like “The Nuts” that we’ve seen in past seasons of High Stakes Poker just for entertainment purposes, the Did You Know segments presents some nice explanations of more advanced poker concepts.
High Stakes Poker Season 6 Episode 4 Recap
Away from the action at the table, I wanna say that I loved Kara Scott’s 30-second segment on the best question ask a player to get information. More specifically, I liked Gus Hansen’s reply: “Did you get laid last night?” I think I might ask that next time I sit down at the felt, and see what kind of information I’ll get J
Top 10 Money Winners at WSOP
The World Series of Poker (WSOP) is a poker tournament held annually in Las Vegas. The first WSOP in 1970 was an invitational wherein Benny Binion invited six of the best known poker players to the Horseshoe Casino. Since then there has been many winners. Below is a list of the top ten money winners […]
Top Ten Players with the Most WSOP Bracelets
If you know anything about poker, you’re probably familiar with Phil Hellmuth, a man who won’t let you forget that he sits alone atop the all-time leaderboard with 14 WSOP bracelets. But who follows him on the list of bracelet winners? Does anyone stand a realistic chance of catching up to the Poker Brat? We’ve got the answers for you in this post.