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  • Published on Sep 22, 2022 veröffentlicht
  • Kalidou Sow leaves himself shocked with this play against Mordvinov at PokerStars Championship Prague Main Event Subscribe here to our channel: psta.rs/SubscribetoPS
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Comments • 30

  • PokerStars
    PokerStars  2 months ago

    Luck or skill?

  • Sean Carley
    Sean Carley 2 months ago +19

    This is where I go brick brick 100% of the time

  • Flawski
    Flawski 2 months ago +6

    Lmao even the 6 would've been good if that hearted Jack didn't come, just a huge OUCH overall for the aces.

  • Radimunto
    Radimunto 2 months ago +9

    Nice hand, but in the end it didn't matter if he got a normal straight or the straight flush. Both would've put the aces to being drawing dead.

    • Radimunto
      Radimunto 2 months ago

      @II-ASTO-II Yes, for the draw it did matter indeed, that's true. But that wasn't the point I was talking about.

    • Chris Romanelli
      Chris Romanelli 2 months ago

      @II-ASTO-II mkmkkpkkpkkkkkpkkk

    • II-ASTO-II
      II-ASTO-II 2 months ago +2

      thats not the point though… without a straight flush draw he would have not gone all in you see the extra outs matter alot

  • Moose Samli
    Moose Samli 2 months ago +1

    It was a sad day in Barcelona for Sow

  • Don Scott
    Don Scott 2 months ago

    What a place to be in. Happened to me ONCE. Bought a small trailer park, let hoes live there free, came by every day to collect “rent”. They eventually tried to band together, to cut me off. Torched the whole park(not worried, it’s been 30 years), then moved three states away, still having 3/4 of my winnings

  • Sean Carley
    Sean Carley 2 months ago

    Yes, he was drawing dead on the river

  • Sam
    Sam 2 months ago +5

    I want the see the percentage of winning the hand (straight or flush) VS winning with straight flush on the flop.

    • Mr Claus
      Mr Claus 2 months ago

      ​@Ryan Brown If we don't consider the cards that are already folded, Sow has 56% chances of winning on that flop

    • Rhydian Hughes
      Rhydian Hughes 2 months ago +2

      @Ryan Brown 40% if he just had a flush draw, with the additional outs of being openended he is closer to 60%.

    • Ryan Brown
      Ryan Brown 2 months ago +4

      After the flop Sow had around a 40% chance of hitting a straight or a flush and taking the hand, the odds of a straight flush were at somewhere around 2%.

  • Manuel V.S.
    Manuel V.S. 2 months ago +1

    Any heads-up challengers in Charlotte, NC area?

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  • Game On
    Game On 2 months ago

    Wait, even if that guy turns a ST8FLSH, can't the aces still win with quads even if its only a small percentage of the time aces are never dead right? They're the best hand in poker and they ALWAYS have a chance right? Until the stream card comes. So he wasn't in as bad of shape as those senseless commentary guys made it out to be. I'm wondering if they have enough experience with 5 card draw to even talk on TV about it? I guess that's another subject entirely.

    • Nosirt
      Nosirt 2 months ago

      even if you somehow used witch magic to make quads aces, straight flush still beats it.

    • Mr Claus
      Mr Claus 2 months ago

      Is it sarcastic?

    • john burkleo
      john burkleo 2 months ago

      do yourself a solid and delete this post...it goes royal flush straight flush 4 of a kind. but even before all that once the jack was turned he had 0 chance if 4s were better. best he could've done was 3 of a kind which loses to a basic straight. yes his chances were 0.

    • Kenny Baelemans
      Kenny Baelemans 2 months ago

      Not to sound rude, but.. You're clueless.

    • Thijs van den Bosch
      Thijs van den Bosch 2 months ago +3

      Straight flush is better than four of a kind, so they don't "always have a chance".

  • Kai Compass
    Kai Compass 2 months ago

    But this is extremly bad poker, right? It's just good entertainment. You don't got all in with a straight flush "draw". Because most likely, it never happens 🤔

    • Nosirt
      Nosirt 2 months ago +1

      The point of a stright flush draw isn’t going all in FOR the stright flush- it’s the 2 combo draw. As in, if you have a stright flush draw, you, logically, also have a flush and a stright draw. Mathematically- if you should go all in because you are fab against all pairs and you are 40% against a set or straight.
      Basicly, with a stright flush draw, the worst shape you could be is 40% under dog.

    • Kai Compass
      Kai Compass 2 months ago

      @Mr Claus 👍🏻

    • Kai Compass
      Kai Compass 2 months ago

      @João Cardoso yes you're right

    • Mr Claus
      Mr Claus 2 months ago +1

      No that was a good move, too many outs. let's say he shoved after the turn, the opponent would have possibly folded his aces over a potential straight or flush draw.

    • João Cardoso
      João Cardoso 2 months ago +2

      On the flop, Sow would have been a statistical favourite againts a pair (he would have 15 outs and 2 chances to hit), and given the pot odds, it was 100% the right call (even though Sow was technichally the one to shove)

  • Tammy Rogne
    Tammy Rogne 2 months ago

    Very rare sequence of events right there