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Tom Dwan Calls it Quits after Losing $2.3 Million Pot in High Stakes Cash Game

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Posted on Thursday, September 27, 2018 by "K".
Poker fans who follow Tom Dwan in his high-stakes poker sessions love it when Tom Dwan gets to win an incredibly huge pot, but it can pretty interesting to see what his reactions could potentially be when things don’t go too well for the reclusive poker pro. Take for example the time when he lost a $2,353,500 pot that made him quit playing immediately. The poker action was at the Triton[...]   Read more » Tom Dwan Calls it Quits after Losing $2.3 Million Pot in High Stakes Cash Game

  27-Sep-18, 10:44   #1
Tom Dwan Calls it Quits after Losing $2.3 Million Pot in High Stakes Cash Game 0 
shokaku 

Joined: May '08
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Bit strange play by Dwan, as his hand was quite strong, but not a monster, and after the run of play he couldn`t expect to be ahead. For the record: The weakest hand involved would have won the showdown, if not folded after the reraise before the flop.

     
  27-Sep-18, 12:01   #2
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dule-vu 

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he probably thought that this tycoon try to bluff him and that he doesnt have such a good hand,but he got something that he didnt expect!for sure he wasnt happy with this lost and he was out from game!its not small amount to lose,no matter how much you have on bank account!

     
  27-Sep-18, 13:32   #3
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bowie1984 

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Its weird all around, theres no denying of it and he got played pretty hard too. Probably was not his first large loss at the tables but there are definitely some people who would not take loosing millions well... Poor guy I wish I could say I pity him but I don't.

     
  27-Sep-18, 15:23   #4
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Nightkid 
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the truth many do not take it very well to have lost despite having or not a lot of money ... and poker is like that, I usually spend at tables that I see earning well and always the last card with 90% chance to win I flipped it and you win to kick everything hahaha xd Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap!

     
  27-Sep-18, 17:07   #5
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Mober 
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That was a big pot to lose at the end. And it took him quite some time to decide,
calling or not.
That shows how important is, in such games not to have a timer.

Another funny thins is that the commentator said at some point that they didnt respect dwan's
3bet.
Because you are who you are when you 3bet, every one else must fold? Smile

     
  27-Sep-18, 17:17   #6
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pajalnick 

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this poker player is often surprised by the big winnings or big losses so his next big loss losing me is not at all surprising but probably his fans will stop playing Where he lost so much money But in any case he is a very strong poker player who will soon win again

     
  27-Sep-18, 17:26   #7
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Mober 
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He could have done many things after the loss of that pot, but he chose to do,
something that it was probably the best. Left the game.
No point trying to get back to it after a loss like that.
He wouldnt have the calmness to continue playing.
Others would have started swearing and stuff Smile but he left the table like a gentleman.

     
  27-Sep-18, 19:53   #8
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Milos753 
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Holy what a bad all in. I mean, if Paul 3bet his 3bet why he go all in with A Q NO suited, I can understand if he go with top pair like JJ, QQ or KK but A Q ns that so stupid. He is my favourite poker player but this hand he play like amateur.

     
  27-Sep-18, 21:41   #9
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Gerimantas 
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Yes very big pot and super big.money i of course not know how it is to feel when lose millions in one poker hand, but this is high stakes poker and people must onow they can lose fantastic money and win too. Not good luck i thos situation to tom dwan

     
  27-Sep-18, 22:21   #10
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CALICUL 
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I noticed a few times on youtube the fact that Tom Dwan really likes to risk AQ when someone is all in or which gives re raise a lot. He stayed and thought a lot to this hand but risked everything and game over for him. It was his decision and no one forced him to play in that way.

     
  28-Sep-18, 07:18   #11
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shokaku 

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If he wanted to play the hand, he had no choice than to go all in. The pot was already so high, in relation to the stack sizes, that a simple call was no longer an option. Paying 1/3 of ones chips preflop with A high would be even worse play.

But the all in is still difficult to understand

Edited by shokaku (Friday, September 28, 2018 @ 08:00 GMT)


     
  29-Sep-18, 05:08   #12
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Calmplay 

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He played that hand like someone who was fed up and wanted to go home which actually happened, I don't know what happened in hands before maybe something that caught Tom's attention about Paul's play and yes you will never expect someone to have Aces or Kings when it was your turn to straddle... lol

     
  29-Sep-18, 06:24   #13
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Gerimantas 
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Yes calmplay say correct thing abiut we not know what happen in early stage maybe there is many situations where tom spot steange play or risky bets from his opponent and now think that to play a1lq is very good chance to win hand

     
  29-Sep-18, 08:09   #14
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doubletop777 
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I watched this hand the other day on YouTube and was shocked at how calm everyone was, considering the huge amounts of money in the pot. These guys definitely have too much money!!!

     
  29-Sep-18, 09:04   #15
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shokaku 

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Just one of the basics of poker. Never play at stakes, that you are not comfortable to play. Those guys just have the money from other sources, or are used to play at that high stakes (and maybe backed by others), so they can play like it was NL10.

     
  29-Sep-18, 09:58   #16
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Gerimantas 
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I not think some of guys who play very high stakes poker can play it, because they not have that many money, they just think that super skill help them and dmall bankroll is good to play, but people they play versus are sometimes very rich businessmen and they can lose millions on night and with good luck they cab beat better poayers but with too small bankroll

     
  29-Sep-18, 12:21   #17
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dule-vu 

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this isnt first time that he lose such a big amount and probably wont be last!you can see his reaction after this lost!nothing special!ofcourse that he isnt happy about it,but dont think that he cant sleep because of it!on some next tournament he will win big amount and everything will be same!

     
  29-Sep-18, 12:47   #18
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bowie1984 

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Posted by shokaku:
Those guys just have the money from other sources, or are used to play at that high stakes (and maybe backed by others), so they can play like it was NL10.

Those guys probably did not get their buyins from loansharks or other unlucky entities like tommy boy did. It is gonna take a very long time to pay back everybody who rolled him for this.

     
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