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Tom Dwan plays high-stakes poker with Dan Bilzerian in Vegas

Tags: Dan Bilzerian, high stakes, Tom Dwan
Posted on Friday, September 01, 2017 by "T".
At the all-new Poker After Dark, poker fans anticipated the comeback of Tom "durrrr" Dwan, and they were not disappointed as Dwan's poker prowess has once again manifested, allowing him to win a $700,000 pot against Antonio Esfandiari during the first day of the 3-day show. A few days after the rebooted Poker After Dark concluded, it looks like Tom Dwan hasn't left Sin City yet - turns out he's g[...]   Read more » Tom Dwan plays high-stakes poker with Dan Bilzerian in Vegas

  1-Sep-17, 08:30   #1
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doubletop777 
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I think we would like to be a fly on the wall in these poker rooms. I can only imagine how high the stakes are between these two and it must run into the millions. I hope to read further updates

     
  1-Sep-17, 09:05   #2
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rv 

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How's Dan Bilzerian not broke yet playing these pros? The guy has been proven to be fish compared to pros.

     
  1-Sep-17, 10:13   #3
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CALICUL 
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I watched in the past a cash heads up game with dan bilzerian and another professional player. Has played very well for a while maybe 30 minutes or more. After that he started practicing a childish game. In 10 minutes he lost everything. Is a good player but can not compare to Tom Durrrr Dwan. There is a big difference between them.

     
  1-Sep-17, 18:45   #4
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Mober 
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Winning a 700k pot.
How much money come and go from their hands in the entire career, on the tables Smile
At least when you make a profit, it is all good .
Do poker players have fans? Smile I mean you can like a poker player, but being a fan...

     
  1-Sep-17, 18:52   #5
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av1966 
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Hello my friends and fellow mobsters

This a a very crazy pair but this cash games high rollers are for the big guns and the pros tend to be like a predator they carefully watch their victim and when the right time comes they go for the kill

Dan Bilzerian likes the emotion and likes also to loose big Worship Worship maybe one day the odds will turn and he will come out as a big winner

     
  1-Sep-17, 20:07   #6
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perattin 
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Personally I think that professionals like Tom Dwan in this case are hoping to hunt these billionaires like Dan Bilzerian. They know that in the long run they will end up peeling or getting juice from their dollars that they put on the table. The professionals are waiting for Dancon with open arms

     
  2-Sep-17, 00:06   #7
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bowie1984 

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Posted by rv:
How's Dan Bilzerian not broke yet playing these pros? The guy has been proven to be fish compared to pros.

I guess his family's vaults are bottomless, would make sense tbh seeing that he really has no other way to show success 'cuz he yet to make anything worth of note...

     
  2-Sep-17, 07:53   #8
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shokaku 

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This is the first evidence, that the Bilzerian guy is actually playing high stakes poker, and is not just claiming to do so. And if he can hold his own in such rounds, he can't be that bad at the tables.

     
  2-Sep-17, 08:01   #9
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pajalnick 

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Posted by perattin:
Personally I think that professionals like Tom Dwan in this case are hoping to hunt these billionaires like Dan Bilzerian. They know that in the long run they will end up peeling or getting juice from their dollars that they put on the table. The professionals are waiting for Dancon with open arms

Dan Bilzerian is certainly a very large and delicious fish .... and he lost money probably is not very sorry, therefore he plays more relying on luck ..... such people will certainly be surrounded by different people who will gradually take their money ... however without much damage to the "victim"

     
  2-Sep-17, 14:58   #10
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Tony_MON7ANA 

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It probably won't matter to the ultra-wealthy thrill seeker like Dan Bilzerian if he wins or loses a couple of million dollars in one night. How much does it cost to fly around the moon nowadays? $500,000? Has he taken a trip to the moon already? Multiple times?

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (Saturday, September 02, 2017 @ 15:06 GMT)


     
  2-Sep-17, 18:09   #11
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Gerimantas 
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Yes tom dwan is playing against dan bilzerian- this is a fantastic co pany, so much interest from may poker players from all world, I think it is a match or session that people would like to see on YouTube, maybe some hands will be there after some time.

     
  2-Sep-17, 19:00   #12
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Mober 
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According to a googles search, blizerian has net worth of 160 millions Smile
So he can afford playing that games, and losing.
And its not he is losing all the time Smile
He had some good wins over the years.

     
  3-Sep-17, 08:38   #13
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pajalnick 

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Posted by Mober:
According to a googles search, blizerian has net worth of 160 millions Smile
So he can afford playing that games, and losing.
And its not he is losing all the time Smile
He had some good wins over the years.

of course he must win at least sometimes according to the theory of probability ..... I'm joking ... if you do something for a long time, then in any case, you'll learn to do it even if there is no talent ..... so he wins .. ... sometimes .... otherwise its 160 million would have long ago ended

     
  3-Sep-17, 13:10   #14
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pochui 

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yeah 160 millions of dollars is quite an amount to have, but if you're playing high stakes poker and I mean really high stakes with fellas like Arabian sheikhs then you can even lose your whole wealth in a single night...

     
  3-Sep-17, 14:14   #15
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shokaku 

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For losing 100+ million in one night, mere high stakes is no longer sufficient, it had to be insane stakes. Even at the highest stakes in the old FT, when the action was really crazy, they won/lost "only" single digit millions per day.

     
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