February 18, 2021
The last "High Stakes Poker" episode on Wednesday at PokerGO was played as $ 400 / $ 800 No-Limit Hold & # 39; em and was a continuation of the game from the week before.
Below are five of the biggest and most interesting hands from the new episode.
After a couple of small pots to start the action, the stack sizes (minus Phil Ivey's as he was sitting outside at the time) came up on the screen for the first time.
|Tom Dwan||$ 341,400|
|Lazaro Hernandez||$ 314,800|
|Phil Ivey||$ 268,300|
|Phil Hellmuth||$ 226,600|
|James board||$ 218,700|
|Jake Daniels||$ 174,700|
|Brandon Adams||$ 162,600|
|Chamath Palihapitiya||$ 138,700|
Phil Ivey v Lazaro Hernandez – Pick up the bluff
Lazaro Hernandez limped on the button and Jake Daniels bet $ 400 more from the small blind on that . Ivey exercised his option from the big blind with a raise to $ 4,300 and Hernandez decided to call.
Daniels stepped out of the way and it was heads up action to the flop that came down . Ivey went for $ 3,500 and Hernandez called with his straight draw. The in turn paired Ivey and he wagered $ 13,000.
Hernandez called it but missed that River. Ivey checked, however, and that opened the door to Hernandez to bluff with a $ 27,000 bet. However, it didn't work when Ivey picked it up and won the $ 97,200 pot.
Phil Hellmuth versus James Bord – Hellmuth gets no respect
James Bord hobbled with that and Daniels did the same thing from the cutoff with that . Ivey called with the on the button before Hellmuth raised from the big blind to $ 4,000 .
No one was put off when all of the Poker Brat's opponents came to him and flopped . Hellmuth checked, Bord bet $ 7,000, and both Daniels and Ivey let go. Hellmuth called before checking in in the dark turn what board gave the lead.
Bord bet $ 12,000 and Hellmuth leaned back in his chair. “What are you doing, Bordy? Are you trying to give me the money "Hellmuth called and added," I think you're trying to give it to me. "
Hellmuth then checked that The river and board did the same to win the $ 58,400 pot.
"We have ignition," said commentator Gabe Kaplan when Hellmuth shot from his chair and released some explosives.
In the next hand, Tom Dwan returned to the game and bought the button that put Hellmuth under the gun. He looked at them and raised to $ 1,600, which just Dwan called with that . Both players checked that Flop and then Dwan bet $ 2,000 on the Turn. Hellmuth called and she completed the board on the river. Dwan checked, then bet $ 2,000 from Hellmuth.
Hellmuth then felt the need to bring Dwan up to date on what had happened to the hand before and how badly Bord had played.
Chamath Palihapitiya versus Tom Dwan – four of a kind
Chamath Palihapitiya spread to $ 1,600 and Dwan raised it to $ 5,000 to deal with . Action worked back to Palihapitiya and he tossed it back by making $ 17,000. Dwan refused to give up, tossed in the chips and the flop fell .
Palihapitiya flopped in the middle set, leading for $ 20,000, which Dwan called with the lower pair. The in turn, Palihapitiya gave quads and he checked to Dwan, who checked behind. On the River, Palihapitiya fired $ 85,000 into the $ 76,000 pot, leaving only $ 9,000 behind.
"Wow," Dwan whispered as he moved in his chair. The man known as "durrrr" thought long and hard before calling.
"Quads," said Palihapitiya as he handed in the goods.
"It will," said Dwan with a smile. Send the $ 246,000 pot to Palihapitiya.
Brandon Adams v Chamath Palihapitiya – line up to lose
Palihapitiya increased to $ 2,300 with that from the border and Brandon Adams called hold the on the button. Both blinds fell and it was heads up to Flop. Palihapitiya bet $ 4,000 with his overpair and then called when Adams, who flopped a set, raised to $ 14,000.
The in turn, Palihapitiya saw a bet of $ 22,000 and the check call completed the board on the river. Palihapitiya checked again and called when Adams bet $ 35,000. The $ 148,600 pot went to Adams.
Not long after that, Ivey withdrew from the game and Jason Koon took his place. Koon bought in for $ 500,000, which meant over $ 2 million on the table.
Tom Dwan vs. Brandon Adams – Big Slick in Rockets
Adams raised it to $ 2,500 under the gun that held it just to have Dwan on the three bets to $ 10,000 in the big blind. Adams called and the ran out on the flop.
Dwan went on for $ 15,000, shouted Adams and the gave the latter a spade flush draw.
Dwan raised his stake to $ 40,000, but that wasn't enough to shake Adams, who called to see River.
It was a brick for Adams, and he folded when Dwan moved all in for $ 145K into the $ 131,200 pot.
Here was the pile at the end of the episode:
|Jason Koon||$ 508,500|
|Tom Dwan||$ 419,400|
|James board||$ 280,500|
|Chamath Palihapitiya||$ 225,800|
|Lazaro Hernandez||225,100 USD|
|Phil Hellmuth||$ 188,100|
|Brandon Adams||$ 161,600|
|Jake Daniels||$ 126,100|
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