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  16-Feb-11, 14:16   #1
Can u bluff like this? 0 
magatt966 

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Edited by magatt966 (16 February 2011 @ 14:21 GMT)


     
  16-Feb-11, 18:12   #2
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leva2004 
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nice =)

     
  16-Feb-11, 19:09   #3
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jovicakralj 

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Which show is this?
Well I must admit that Durr is one of greatest high stakes players! He is best bluffer for sure... I just thinking that playing micros with this style he would be BIG loser!

     
  16-Feb-11, 19:13   #4
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Irisheyes 

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yes,tes i can but wouldnt as i play such low stakes i will be called with bottom pair Big Smile

     
  16-Feb-11, 20:24   #5
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magatt966 

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what makes me wonder more is: durr raises preflop and oppo calls, bets postflop and oppo calls, bets the turn for about 2/3 pot and oppo still calls and then ..... he pushes allin for hundreds of dollars with air....incredible

     
  16-Feb-11, 22:23   #6
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DaMessiah666 

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wow, nice bluff! Sammy never knew clearly that he had the nuts. Heart flush, A+J and two 3s in the river ... I'm not going to say that it was an easy fold but Sammy may have risked a little with that hand, even more knowing how Durr is!

     
  16-Feb-11, 22:29   #7
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Hajinnho 

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Posted by magatt966:



bluff like those guys? no way... i mean, silly somehow... if i would, i wouldnt sit here but in Vegas or something gaining some money Blink

     
  16-Feb-11, 22:54   #8
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Greenmohave 

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Unbelieveable, but that's what it takes to make it, if you got the Dollar and courage. I'm a failure when it comes to bluffing, but then again I've won a couple hands of course, in BRM freerolls.

Thanks BRM

     
  17-Feb-11, 00:11   #9
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oldboy7 
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yea that was nutz wow he is good Worship Worship Worship Worship

     
  17-Feb-11, 00:43   #10
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huffinator 

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AMAZING i would have prolly put him on a 3 and did the same thing lmao

     
  17-Feb-11, 01:08   #11
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BadeaCR 
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Lolz, loved the way durrrr was looking at sammy after he folded Smile) and sammy was obviously sad and irritated not knowing if he made the right move.

     
  17-Feb-11, 16:06   #12
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mahdrof 

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That was absolutely insane to watch. I am getting better at bluffing but holy sh*t, that was crazy. I guess when there is that much money at stake it makes anyone second guess what was a very strong hand for Sammy.

     
  17-Feb-11, 17:59   #13
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Yuki555 
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Wow, that's amazing. Makes me think of a video of Phil Ivey (it was in the Aussie Millions 2009 i think) bluffing 2 pots one after the other with some really impressive bluffs and on the second pot he bluffed he had the same hand than Tom Dwan had here : 2-7 offsuited Big Smile I wonder who is the best bluffer between Dwan and Ivey. What do you guys think?

     
  17-Feb-11, 18:20   #14
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flexibleeric 
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nice bluff.. Smile

question to you guys, what's more gratifying to you?..

making a huge bluff and getting away with it..or calling a bluff with a weak hand and taking the pot?

     
  17-Feb-11, 18:30   #15
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ringer2142 
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lol sammy went on a bad tilt after

     
  17-Feb-11, 19:18   #16
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Yuki555 
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Posted by flexibleeric:
nice bluff.. Smile

question to you guys, what's more gratifying to you?..

making a huge bluff and getting away with it..or calling a bluff with a weak hand and taking the pot?


I'd say calling a bluff with a weak hand and taking the pot Smile Making hero calls makes you feel really good because you are the on taking the ultimate decision whereas when you are bluffing, the ultimate decision relies on your opponent. Hero calls FTW Smile

Edit : 300th post Big Smile

     
  17-Feb-11, 20:21   #17
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MANUEDO 
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In this hand you can see one of the best players of the world and the biggest donk playing together Tongue Tongue

     
  17-Feb-11, 21:03   #18
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BadeaCR 
Joined: Oct '10
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Anything is possible heads-up, don't underestimate that! Deception plays a key role so there is no donkey or pro player. I got beat heads-up by worse players because they managed to read me better than I read them and that's what wins the game (also the luck Tongue).

     
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