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LATB High Stakes Game sees Matusow Losing Big, Phil Hellmuth Blows Up and Storms Off Set

Tags: Live At the Bike, Mike Matusow, Phil Hellmuth, tilt
Posted on 20 September 2019 by "T".
Phil Hellmuth criticized for "going south" as he demanded money from Mike Matusow during a televised cash game at the Bicycle Casino in Los Angeles. At the end of August, big poker stars gathered for a high stakes cash game at Live At the Bike! with JJ De La Garza as the episode's commentator. The players were Phil Hellmuth, Mike "The Mouth" Matusow, Antonio Esfandiari, Daniel ‘Jungleman[...]   Read more » LATB High Stakes Game sees Matusow Losing Big, Phil Hellmuth Blows Up and Storms Off Set

  20-Sep-19, 13:05   #1
LATB High Stakes Game sees Matusow Losing Big, Phil Hellmuth Blows Up and Storms Off Set 0 
CALICUL 
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It's an amateur call of Mike Matusow with AA versus Garrett Adelstein with 76 and on the table 9, 8, T and K. Very big mistake that made him to lose all the chips at that time. You can't do that after the turn. I liked that bluff against AA of Phil Hellmuth.

     
  20-Sep-19, 21:15   #2
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bowie1984 

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Having 67 clubs when the flop coming up with 9-10-8 is like having a cheat code in a videogame - however you are looking at it, it's just not fair... I wonder what went through the guy'ss head who was holding the pair of aces. It's ridiculous.

     
  21-Sep-19, 08:53   #3
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shokaku 

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If no bluffs were involved, he would win everything. Smile
Those hands show the problems with a big pocket pair on tricky boards. If you call with them, it can easily be a mistake, but if you fold them, it can also be a mistake.

     
  21-Sep-19, 12:39   #4
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dule-vu 

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this is normal behaviour for phil hellmuth and when he is not crazy,its not normal game Big Smile !but at this point,it was his fault and he can only be mad on himself when he didnt make better end at this hand!he had AA and he should lead game,but he wanted to make like this!but love to see when he is mad and he tell other players to shut up!

     
  21-Sep-19, 12:50   #5
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pajalnick 

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Posted by bowie1984:
Having 67 clubs when the flop coming up with 9-10-8 is like having a cheat code in a videogame - however you are looking at it, it's just not fair... I wonder what went through the guy'ss head who was holding the pair of aces. It's ridiculous.

I think this is a fairly common occurrence in poker ... I myself have had a similar situation many times .... when I have 2 cards in my hand I flop three cards that I needed ... and I also watched it of my opponents in the game .... so I don’t think it seems like some kind of fraud ... everything is fair ... in poker a variety of situations happen

     
  21-Sep-19, 13:02   #6
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CALICUL 
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It is normal to lose ourselves in this way, but usually we lose these cardss with all in. Phil Hellmuth he didn't lose all the chips and he played poorly. Sometimes you're crazy and you play modestly, to earn some extra chips, but in the end you lose your hand. Mistakes are obvious and they come depending on what gets on the flop or turn.

     
  22-Sep-19, 11:25   #7
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Mober 
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That is the thing with pocket aces. They dont win all the time, especially
when you slow play them. I did atop way early when starting poker slow playing them.
It is an all in preflop hand for me. But for the professionals in cash games probably
this isnt the storey.

     
  22-Sep-19, 13:04   #8
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dule-vu 

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Hellmuth will probably be same player with 70 years and he will have same reactions on hands!in this hand other player didnt had luck on river or something,he just had great bluff and everything was on phil side!

     
  23-Sep-19, 13:14   #9
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Nightkid 
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Well, the truth is that when you have a pair of Ace in hand, you have practically won the game but many times the flop plays you find haha if I open it past that until there are times that I am winning and the river ends up shitting everything I had been carrying it well hahaha but well they are things that happen one can not foresee the future Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap!

     
  27-Sep-19, 12:09   #10
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CALICUL 
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Their desire to get a very good stack with AA it makes you play in a way where you have a high enough chance of losing this hand. Normally Phil Hellmuth he should insult himself for the way in which he played this hand and Matusow should be ashamed.

     
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