It has been kind of quite around Tom "durrrr" Dwan and his high stakes games lately. But now he hits the headlines once again as he has played what probably is the biggest pot in the history of televised poker in Full Tilt's Million Dollar Challenge.
The pot landed on $1,100,000 dollars, and it was against one of the best poker players in the world at the moment - Phil Ivey. This is [...] Read more » Biggest pot in the history of televised poker
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Having the oportunity of watching this play live should be amazing, but can you imagine the thrill of living it, being one of them??? First of all: who in his perfect state of mind would call a re-raise at pre-flop with 67 in the hand? Ok, those two cards can come to be a great game, but receiving a re-raise after puting a $240,000 raise at the table i think durrrr would have went all in if Ivey decided to make that type of movement... conclusion, that is just crazy playing! 2nd: the cards turn to be what both most expected and the rest of the play is history. Now: did durrrr plyed well? I think not, he can be the best card counter in the world, but probabilities will never tell us what are the table cards, so we will never know when we will win or loose. Even though, congratutolations to the new durrrr's million!