25 Comments

  • WatchTamPham

    July 4, 2012

    TOMMY LEE WHOOT

  • weatherallc05

    July 4, 2012

    ok ill change my mind. i actually like the flat call with the kings tbh he has position post flop and andy raising with J9 is just asking for trouble tbh. he got owned really, never suspected kings and suffered

  • Utubesuxmycock

    July 4, 2012

    seriously…wtf not in 720 hd? we poker players deserve better than this

  • weatherallc05

    July 4, 2012

    tom l DONT FLAT WITH ACE KING!! fucking idiot. should be at least 4 betting with ace king. hes in position he can surely crack at getting him off

  • weatherallc05

    July 4, 2012

    tom b why are you flatting with kings…

  • weatherallc05

    July 4, 2012

    tom b why are you flatting with kings…

  • weatherallc05

    July 4, 2012

    tom l is fantastic. he has ace 5 and has just been 3 betted ! what do ya doo there?? his instincts were just superb. takes nerve to jam with ace 5

  • JahElJah

    July 4, 2012

    was that really dwan’s girlfriend? i find that hard to believe she is amazing…and he is such a little puny shit anti-social mfer what a world we live in yeesh! lol

  • karaoke99

    July 4, 2012

    It was edited for TV…Tom Lee was considering the call for a lot longer than 27 seconds, I assure you. They just didn’t include it all in the broadcast.

  • KILLtheMESSENGER101

    July 4, 2012

    fuck that kyle cunt i just seen what you guys were talking about wtf the guy had 1 min then he called clock thats fucken wrong ! anyway hes gonna get hes one day in poker everything that goes around comes around that dirty son of a bitch.

  • back2bay666

    July 4, 2012

    WHAT A PRICK KYLE IS MAN! He’s not even playing the hand! If he was playing, fair enough, call a clock, but Tommy’s probably figuring out his odds, outs and chances. I’d punch him in the face if he tried calling a clock on me when not in the hand.

  • johnthepalm

    July 4, 2012

    If you are playing in a tournament and the number of hands you play per level effects your chances of winning, why wouldn’t you put the clock on a player who perpetually takes much longer than the average? If he waits two minutes before applying the clock then his opponent gets over 3 minutes per betting round per hand. The suggestion that this is some breach of etiquette seems misguided. It’s part of the rules for a reason.

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    July 4, 2012

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  • MrJeffuryca

    July 4, 2012

    @CaseyAshlock0814 I guess that is why Andy Frankenberger keeps showing up at final table after final table after final table recently, right? He must really suck to be so consistent. How come I know his name but have never heard of Casey Ashlock before? I am curious, do you eat hay for breakfast everyday because you certainly must be a donkey. ROFLMAO @ U!
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  • MrJeffuryca

    July 4, 2012

    Not really. Live! You get the 2-4 rule here is how to apply it. Pot odds are what the pot offers you based on an opponents bet. IE 100 pot + 50 bet = 150 pot. To call you are getting 3-1 odds (or 4-1 because you win back your money if you call or 200). In the above example, you would call on the flop, but NOT the turn since you are getting 3-1 33% on the flop & you have a 36% chance to hit 36%>33% but only a 18% hit rate on the turn so fold on the turn 18%<33% but not if short stacked=SHOVE! LOL

  • makeone88

    July 4, 2012

    oh wow the first time I read this I din’t get it but now i do! Do you play online? Thank you for the tips and advice, it is greatly appreciated!

  • MrJeffuryca

    July 4, 2012

    Very simple math to calculate odds. Google poker tips. Count your outs on the flop, then multiply by 4, that is you aprox odds. IE you have 23S The flop is 79S of your suit & a KC, so a 4 flush. You have 9S still in the deck, so 9 outs as you assume a 2 or 3 will not help you since you put your opponent on AK. 9X4=36-You have a 36% chance of hitting your flush BY THE RIVER. Now a blank falls on the turn. 9X2=18-you have an 18% chance of hitting your flush on the river approximately.

  • makeone88

    July 4, 2012

    lol really?? wow thanks for the advice! I will remember it! I am curious though about the 2 and 4 rule, what is it?

  • MrJeffuryca

    July 4, 2012

    @makeone88 Too old for pro? Doyle Brunson is so old when he farts dust comes out! Never too old for pro, just start within your bankroll @ small limits & work your way up. Follow Chris Ferguson’s 5% bankroll strategy. Read all you can. Play as many hands online for free until you get comfortable with all the variations. Play only cards that reach each other. Suited only adds 4% but that is a nice bonus to connectors. Learn the rule of 2 & 4. Aggression works as do tells. Position in everything.

  • makeone88

    July 4, 2012

    @MrJeffuryca wow sounds like a nice history! lol @ the pennies at grand mother’s house. I want to play for money but i am too old for pro ;(

  • MrJeffuryca

    July 4, 2012

    Ty for your comment. I am 41 years old & have been playing poker since I was 5, albeit for pennies at that age at my grandmothers house at holidays. LOL About 10 years ago I was exposed to Hold’em even though I was an advid stud player. I have regularly been accused of being a pro in Vegas while playing stud. Hold’em, on the other hand is a whole different ball of wax with far more nuances invloved. I am just a amatuer, but I play a lot. While not a pro, I am an expert on the subject.

  • makeone88

    July 5, 2012

    How right you are. I am considerably new to hold ’em but I feel the same way you do. Are an amature or pro poker player, if I may ask.

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  • MrJeffuryca

    July 5, 2012

    If Kyle called the clock on me after thinking for 27 seconds like he did to Tom Lee, there would be a fight on his hands. The Internet, with its time limit to make a decisions and impersonal setting, has ruined what once was considered a gentleman’s game. Now, morons will call your pocket aces all in preflop with Q2S, suck out on you and think they are geniuses for making the call. Joe Cada is a perfect example of how terrible play equates to millions of dollars these days. This isn’t right.

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