10 Comments

  • duder Pierloot

    November 4, 2014

    nope, it’s on your side

  • newhat07

    November 4, 2014

    I agree. The fact it was all-in made it look like a bluff.

  • rcdugn

    November 4, 2014

    Dan Heimiller is terrible

  • qwertyu121

    November 4, 2014

    dude wtf is with the fake claping and crowd noises on this how retarded ir
    this

  • BoobiesHooray

    November 4, 2014

    good, man i hate howard he is such a dumbass, i dont care what he has
    accomplished in his carreer, all ive seen of his play is either boring
    tight ABC poker pre flop and then all in to a bet regardless of the flop,
    sometimes he gets lucky, or like this one, way too loose donk bluff poker
    without knowing when to let it go, always gratifying to see him get knocked
    out of a tourny

  • Pellempi

    November 4, 2014

    It was a good call because he was getting roughly the right price but I
    disagree with the bluff part. Howard wouldn’t have bluffed there for his
    whole stack, he didn’t have enough chips to get Kinney out. He knew two
    overs got the right price.

  • theperserker

    November 4, 2014

    of course he is…and hes also ugly and fat 😀

  • jeffw1267

    November 4, 2014

    That was NOT a bad call by Kinney. If Howard had a small pair, which was
    likely, then Kinney was a 3-1 dog and was getting 3-1 on his money.
    Ace-King high could also easily be the best hand: Lederer is capable of a
    stone bluff despite his tight image. But Seif always makes the right
    choices at the poker table, right? Ask any top pro who the best poker
    player in the world is, and they will all reply, “Mark Seif”. LOLOLOL

  • RascoHeldall

    November 4, 2014

    these videos are just cutting out after about 30 seconds??

  • ciaran667

    November 4, 2014

    lol mike caro interview

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