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Poker Player Loses Massive Pot After Showing Card To Opponent

Tags: Bicycle Casino, Bitcoin Yoda, Eric Hicks
Posted on 30 August 2018 by "T".
What could have driven this poker player to show his card at a crucial time to his opponent - arrogance, recklessness, or just plain stupidity? Read on to find out what happened and tell us what you think. In the world of poker, it is considered absolutely very risky to show your opponent one of your hole cards, most especially if it's during a live hand and the stakes are high. On Monday this[...]   Read more » Poker Player Loses Massive Pot After Showing Card To Opponent

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Not really a smart move. Player just gave away to much info. He had a straight, and could not have a flush. Made it easy for the opponent. Opponent could even fold a hand like a set or two pair, if he had this type of hand. Even worse, he knew his small flush was good, and he could extract more money.

     
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Yes very stupid decision he make and this means he loses the pot of 65000. I not know what he thinks the show one card, maybe he thinks it is.good decision to have some advantage, but in end we see this was totap bad move and he lost big pot

     
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That was a very bi and silly mistake. If he hadnt done that, the outcome could have been way different, with him losing less probably.
The moment he showed that three, the other player knew he had not a flush and that his seven high flush would win.
Lets see if he is going to repeat this move again in his life Smile

     
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Reporter should be ask him what was his reason, lol. Never hear player show his card before the hand finish. He is very rich maybe, so that huge amount of money is nothing for him, so he donate it Smile Smile

     
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Actually I do not know what he wanted to do but the joke was very expensive, let the other follow his game, are things that happen, but the letters are for yourself is the essence of the game, let's hope the lesson learned

     
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of course this is a very stupid action ... maybe the player wanted to intimidate the opponent but he did not succeed .... very often the excessive bravado comes out as a result of big problems .... it is necessary to be more modest in their actions ... and then it will be possible better

     
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When you do not have data about this player, you can not know what's in his head. Maybe he thought his opponent has a straight, make a bluff or maybe this man has memory loss. there are other options such as headache, stomach or boredom. It would be best for someone to ask him what happened there.

     
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An interesting decision by Mr Bitcoin Yoda (incidentally, what a fantastic name). You wouldn’t find your run of the mill Joe sowing a card at such a stage of a game, regardless of the stakes, in my humble opinion and experience. As it is, Mr Yoda is now becoming world famous, even if he hadn’t previously been. Nice strategy don’t ya think!

     
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I cannot see why anyone would want to show a card at anytime of a hand. When he did show the card, it did become a very good opportunity to make a bluff and i can see the reason why he called after the big raise

     
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This is a mistake that not even new players are making.
And playing a live game at this level, it means he is not new to this.
Who knows what he was thinking and ended up doing this move.
Maybe he was absolutely sure he would win the hand ?

     
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He had flopped the nuts, and may have been under the impression that he would be ahead, even if turn and river changed the picture. But we don't know the action on the earlier streets, so are in a limbo.

     
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Posted by Mober:
This is a mistake that not even new players are making.
And playing a live game at this level, it means he is not new to this.
Who knows what he was thinking and ended up doing this move.
Maybe he was absolutely sure he would win the hand ?

probably just so he thought ... when in the hands of a good card, then not a very strong player thinks only of his good card and does not suppose the thought that the opponent can have a better map .... this is certainly a big mistake .... and in eventually he paid for this mistake ... Big Smile

     
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dont know why he made move like this and to show other player one card!after that everything was easy for player to pay and see that his hand is best hand!to play for so big stack and to show one card before end of hand is very stupid!

     
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It was a stupid move of course a real pro would check raise all in representing a queen ten nut flush

     
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Here is the possibility that he thinks his opponent has a straight, and he paid too much for that hand. The respective player who pay considered at that moment a 3 or a bluff. Probably the player who won the hand is a great bluffing player. Things like this hand can happen.

     
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Posted by doubletop777:
I cannot see why anyone would want to show a card at anytime of a hand. When he did show the card, it did become a very good opportunity to make a bluff and i can see the reason why he called after the big raise

Stupid people do stupid things for stupid reasons. Thats just LIFE.

     
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Yes thos is very good what Bowie say because many very good poker players make money from stupid mistakes people make and this is also because of alcohol or too tired or tru some stupid bluff anything of these ajd you lose money

     
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They are wealthy, and they are good poker buddies, I guess.

     
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Posted by Tony_MON7ANA:
They are wealthy, and they are good poker buddies, I guess.

Bitcoin Yoda may not be wealthy for so long if:
- he keeps playing this way, showing off cards randomly helping his opponents to make their decisions easily
- bitcoin crashes a couple more time in the near future...

     
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