Top 5 Most Ridiculous Poker Bluffs Televised!

Top 5 Most Ridiculous Poker Bluffs Televised!

Top 5 Most Ridiculous Poker Bluffs Televised!
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16 thoughts on “Top 5 Most Ridiculous Poker Bluffs Televised!

  1. The first and the third are not that special, the second and fifth one has been appeared couples of other videos.. The fourth one was thought to be impressive but FAILED. Wasted my 20 mins goddamn

  2. In the 1st hand, Patgorski can be seen as having the highest 1 pair or fundamentally the weakest 2 pair (it's the next highest ranking card). So, he's scared of other 2 pairs, straights, sets, right? Now, it's a question of whether Tom caught in on the turn or river. I think a straight on the turn would have been not very possible as Tom bet out on the flop and he would have bet out again since he's probably hoping the possibility that Patgorski perhaps made 2 pair and Tom would wants to build a major pot. So, I think a straight can be eliminated from Tom's range.

    We also see that Patgorski checked the turn, so it's not likely he would check 2 pairs (or a straight) on both the flop and the turn, not trying to build a big pot and allowing Tom get away cheaply. Patgorski gave a lot of information by checking twice – he doesn't have a straight as a straight would probably bet the turn, no?

    On the river, Patgorski's checked, revealing his hand as a pair. (Patgorski should have bet the river, not as a value bet or a defensive bet, but a bet to hide his hand.) Knowing that Tom knows this, should Patgorski call?

    I think it's a 50/50 call here. If Tom made 2 pair on the turn, a check by Tom would have been possible. Straight, I doubt it. So, he should only be worried by a 2 pair. I think that a call would have been an ok action here because Tom did play it as if he had 2 pair but given how Patgorski played it and made it so obvious he had a strong pair, it would have been a good bluff catcher at 3.6/9. The odds he bluffs here rather than having 2 pair is higher than 3.6/9 I think.

    Patgorski played this badly because he gave away too much information about his hand (there is only so many iterations that are possible by his actions). Or he played it brilliantly by telling Tom his hand and daring him to bluff.

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