On Monday, Tony G blogged about an insane cash game at Kings Club in Prague, Czech Republic. According to himself, he lost about €500,000 in a €2k/€4k cash game the first day. The same day as that cash game took place he also played a €10,000 High Roller (rebuy) event, but he decided to skip Day 2 and let his average stack get blinded off.
After 1-2 days of relaxing with his [...] Read more » Tony G Wins €1.85 Million Pot?
insane pot.... and the g was lucky to have AA and all in heads up with 1.85 million in the pot.....wow....the best starting hand with a almost 2 million in the pot pre flop....what can say...the lucky g..
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Writing on his blog, Tony admitted that despite playing like a "donkey", he managed to finish his 72 hour session in profit by more than €300,000. Having dropped €500,000 to Leon during the first half of their battle, Tony's decision to up the blinds to €5k/€10k proved a wise one
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Wow, what another great day to remember for Tony G.. And unfortunately it looks like this story hasn’t much in common with lots of others we read here. But I can see one thing in common: although he played a big hand for a big pot, it turned out to be not as good as it could represent because he was already losing a lot money, and that huge pot only passed his bankroll to the positive side on a couple of bucks (€300k may be a lot of money, but not that much when we know there were €1.85M on the pot)! Why does it always have to be that way?