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Which bluff was played best by Sara?
@TheNZMuppet thing is, he now knows her game, which she has none. She will not go far on poker playing like this
nvm i watched it all a early assumption just a brain dead bimbo lol
im sorry but this is acting and not real sorry to burst your bubble
@Joseph Chungus where da whyte women at??
The make up, great bluff
That first bluff was amazing. She broke Ronnie's brain! Loose and aggressive players rarely last long, but they can really throw players off their game
@John Doe yeah I think he folded on purpose
@Joshua Cappello 3 different straights actually
@Joshua Cappello straight was on the board. 6, 5, 4, on table + ?? in Sara's hand. He folded with the belief that she had 3, 2 or 7, 8 or 7, 3. It was also possible she had pocket 5s, queens, or 6s, meaning she has a higher trip combo than his 4s.
Nah, he was a simp thats why, Ronnie knew something was up, but he would rather simp.
Well, he made a mistake... she raised on the flop but you wouldn't do that with QQ because usually the strong hand is looking to trap, that's just basic human psychology, and 6 on the river changes nothing (most of the times), he should have shoved but (from what I'm seeing) he prioritized flirting over being real.
Most people going against her have no clue what she is capable of, shes so calm and collected, hard to read.
Ronnie’s fold was the worst fold in pro poker history. She broke him mentally. I don’t know how he was able to continue playing after that.
@Kyle Ferguson good luck you'll need it
@stevensko ok but what r the chances she was holding the only other 4? The only way he was going to lose is if she had either 55 or qq. That's it. No straight draw. No flush draw. It was a shit bluff and he should b embarrassed for falling for it
@Kyle Ferguson a set is when you have a pocket pair and then hit a three of a kind. His trips only beat high cards and pairs. He even loses to most other fours. She can see the fours and the straight draw so she is representing that she can beat the straight with a full house. I don't remember if he was a blind but she had the smaller range and position.
@stevensko wtf r u talking about? HE HAD A SET 🤦
@cool monkey how the FUCK would she have 44 of 45 when he was holding a 4? If u looked at that board for more than 2 fuckin seconds u would kno she didn't have a single God damn out. Dude was dumb af
how many tournaments has she won playing like that?
Lol this isn’t the best strategy 😂 for sure.
@psychomeister you're kidding? 😮
"Thats the way all my relationships start, with lies" this guy 😂
One lie has to get covered up more lies
Hoping to see this comment of somebody noticed that😂😂
I lol 😆
HE SPOKE FOR MOST MEN LOL
She hasn’t played in a tournament since this video 🤷♂️🙃
Everyone has made a play like this. Doesn’t make you a “queen”. She pulled off a bluff whooooooooooooo
@Raymond Black well you clearly have a problem, maybe its time to grow up raymond
@Katie Hong "DoNt bE bItTeR" Not everyone who criticizes a woman has a problem; so sick of such lame played out tactics. Most of the time she was playing like a donkey- that's a fact. The math was simply not on her side and she got lucky because most of the players were too scared to call her despite having winning hands. Who goes all-in several times with NOTHING???
Nah she bluffed her way to runner up, that's not an everyday play that just anyone can pull off. She pulled it off cuz no one could read her, don't be bitter
For those of you ragging on poor Ronnie on the first hand; you can rule out a 2-3 or 3-7 or 7-8 in normal play and she was definitely not playing normal but this is during the opening hands and the assumption is towards normal. The danger is if she has a pair in her hand that gives her a set, such as a pair of Q's, 6's, or 5's; or if she has the other 4, then a 4-5, 4-6, 4-9 or higher beats him and a 4-8 splits the pot. Now poor Ronnie looks at his stack and has to decide if it is worth the risk to lose his stack or live and fight another hand. Not as easy as it first seems when there are so many ways to lose and that is without taking into consideration the straight option. Poker is a fusion of a percentage game and risk tolerance, plain and simple. Poor Ronnie, he will never let that hand down for the rest of his life...
@strikehold you presented a case for my exact thinking that if he is using your logic, he should have folded after she reraised him, not called her…calling her only puts him in a position to have to believe her if she shoves on the River…you either shove when she reraises knowing you have the best hand, which I believe he did know which is why he bet so large, or you fold…but calling in position puts u in a bad spot when she shoves in front of you on the River…he almost has to fold on the River after he tells her he is weak on the turn by calling
I agree, I lost three hands in the past week, AA pre flop first hand, hit the third A on the flop, got raised with a straight draw so I called anyway know it was there just to see it, next AA pre flop, I go all in, I get called by QQ and the third Q comes on the river. Next hand I lose with a full house, I don't remember the cards but it was like 5s over something and I got beat with 7s over something. Set of 4s is great and your only saying it's a terrible fold bc you know what the cards are, if she had QQ then your all saying "great fold."
@Yi Zhou That kind of mentality is pretty poor for poker. If you treat it like a slot machine you will lose money like it's a slot machine.
@Yi Zhou That comment can only come from a serious fish who simply has no clue to the depth of poker.
@Yi Zhou over thinking is bad, and under thinking is good, according to you? Let’s play some poker!
I came here for Sara. Such a fine looking girl. I could watch her all day long, lol.
Remember, everyone's always an expert when the cards are on the table
@Samir Jimenez no you can show the table your cards.
@Platerpus7 isn't illegal to show YOUR cards?
Nooooo guy, thats a bad play from a bad player!
Or the place is the Clip-Share Comment Section!
That’s true but it was so obvious she was bluffing. Her face said it all when he showed his 4 to her.
1st clip is pure madness. There is no way i would compete against that level of bluff
its an freaking easy call, she is bad, just a cute barbie, but its a bad player who did some stupids bluffs for a tv show! thats an easy call!
@Noah Hall Your profile pic. How do you call the Confederacy "Heritage" when it only lasted 4 years and 3 months? Naw man, this whole "Heritage not hate" thing is completely bonkers. The main fighting point of the Confederacy was slavery. If you're proud of your Southern US american heritage, wave the proper USA flag, not a flag that is commonly used by known neo nazis and racist people, because of obvious reasons.... Not things you should want to be associated with! Wave the flag that has been flown for almost 250 years, not the one that represents 4 years of ignorance and refusal to abolish slavery...
I would of played all in with 3 of kind on that hand.
@Mihail Parshin You experienced what's called Sod's law. 😐
@Mihail Parshin No, but the odds are much higher. What are the chances of having 3 of a kind with someone else being a full house? 😐
She’s got the heart and commitment to the game, Tony G would be proud.
I mean, she's got that untrustworthy vibe around herself... and that right there should give you enough confidence to call most of her bluffs.
Her face and personality match the way she plays perfectly. She's like a woman who destroys your life and takes all your money if you're foolish enough to fall in love with her. Or maybe it's just me.
And Hellmuth would probably be tilted by her moves. Hahaha
@SoulApprentice AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH man I'm laughing at this like an idiot by myself in the metro
@Francis first guy was idiot. Rest were pretty fun to watch
This never gets old
she made it to heads up. Incredible in that lineup.
That's what happens when you play the player in front of you, not the cards. He was too nervous and she saw the opportunity.
@Appropriate-ChannelName bro you quite literally can and its not allowed have you seriously not heard of this?
@Googane Who calls an all in preflop... it's so polarizing a raise that big. Either you get called with AK, AA, KK and lose most of the time or people fold and you making no money. Don't get it. I play with a guy like this. He has won 2 nights about x5 his original buy in over the past 2 years. The other 30+ times he has lost everything and often buys in a second time. He is way down for the year. When holding a low pocket pair like 66, there is approximately a 20% chance, when playing 6 handed, that someone is holding a higher pocket pair than you.
Yeah this was just completely reckless on her part. Especially the blind all-ins oh gawd not even a calculated risk just balls to the wall.
That's a god awful bluff. Even a worst fold. Both obvious have little to no poker experience.
@ASTM If you always try the right play than your predictable.
“Punting poker chips” 🤣 had me dead
How does Jean Robert always get in these games
Fishes are always welcome.
Everyone here thinking they're poker masters when they can see the cards and its not their money 🤣
You play? Or just whining?
Haha, you definitely right about that, not gonna lie, I would have folded. I have been burn too many times with the flush, straight and full house on the river. I also tend to wait till the river to go all in if I have the highest possible hand to bait flush, straights and even 3 of a kind hands in, but then again I am a noob, so yea.
I barely know how to play and I can see what she's doing wrong here. Against top players this would never work. She's counting too much on her opponents to believe she has the absolute nuts on every play and isn't considering what they might have at all.
Absolutely not. Say she did have queens or 5s. Pre flop. Ok she raised Yes likely. But after the flop. If she did have a set of queens or 5s. The guy bets 15k. She raises to 30k. A very small 15k raise. 15k more in an 82k pot. Very small bet. Its not pushing anyone out. Better then 3 to 1 on the call. Priced in to chase as per pot odds. Basically the re raise makes no sense. If she has a set. Shes going to re raise more then 15k to push out the flush draw and or straight draw. To protect her hand. Also she raised pre flop. So what does she think her opponent is calling a raise with. At best in this situation suited connectors or some kind of connectors. 6, 7. Or 7 ,8. Of spades. Or possibly put him on ace queen. Or even ace king of spades. Very much doubt any pocket pair. On the turn a four hits. He checks his trips and she bets 55k into a 150 k pot. Now if she had a set she just filled up. So she should not be scared of a flush or a straight. U want him to make his hand. U want him to get his straight or flush. If she had a boat one would think she would check to give him a chance to catch up. But the way it played out, it makes no sense. She isnt telling a convincing story. She isn’t representing that “set” of queens or 5s as u claim she could have had. Every bet is the players talking to each other. Its how u get information. Its telling a story and it needs to make sense. The best players like phil Ivey can make the story make sense. When they r bluffing. This is also how the pros put u on hands. Story needs to make sense
True but you don’t need to see the cards to tell he was total fish in the 8/4 off hand.
Don’t be fooled. That poker face after seeing 4 is a real killer
Didn't even move shes terrifyingly good
Ronnie really surprised me. He completely ignored the rules of numbers and willingly let her sweet smile a win. He deserved to lose that hand.
fym? ronnie had the 4s but whos to say she didnt have pockets of any of the higher cards on the table, as she bet pre flop
Sara played so well she wasn't lucky with the cards but lucky with the skills 😍😍
she didnt play well, she played it horrible in the beginning, other guy just an idiot lol
That shove was awesome! perfect play
Bruh her reactions to that first win were so telling of a bluff
“She’s never not bluffing” 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
I'll be honest, I feel like for the first bluff part of his mind set is he didn't want to get her out first round.
Yups just poor
Hahaha that first bluff was actually really good
“It’s like when this girl learned English, they only taught her how to flirt and move all in”. 😂😂😂
@Someone's Opinions Everything
@Felish Rodrigs she's had a few too many drinks, and was just trying to get away with steeling from the cookie jar while brave and inhebriated. Fortunately she ran godly, and experienced a fluke of extremes.
@Felish Rodrigs 🤡
@Felish Rodrigs fr, they're men and they can't accept that a woman is better and smarter than them
Sara, you are magnificent, my dear!! Keep bluffing your way to the top!!!!
They never played her before and she took maximum advantage of it!!! Pretty smart!
That how you play next level poker ♣️
It's ok to bluff but when you're bluffing as much as Sara, they usually end up gone
This is what playing for fun looks like, good for her
I think I played like her when I was a teenager. These types of bluff are exciting as hell and we all talked about it. But I seriously don't know if this style can last or win ultimately. Or hell imo win the main pot a lot. I definitely learnt a lot by playing with buddies with just chips but when money was involved you definitely have to bring your real game. Especially if you say you only want to lose £100 but the table is at £200. It's actually very different if you lose your hard-earned money then just playing around with chips or £20 worth of chips.
The fact she was betting that fast was number 1 indicator of bluff , has to be one of the worst folds I’ve seen
That was a good value bet with 10 7. Since she likes to bluff when she doesnt have a hand and check when she does, i would have been a bit suspicious when she checked the turn but still it would have been a 50/50 call or fold with 72. Good play.In the first hand ronnie made a mistake raising her on the turn. Her reraise threw him off. If he just called and she shoved all in on the river. I bet hed be more inclined to call.
He could have tracked her reactions instead of adjusting his hat. Every serious poker player could have seen that she has nothing, especially on the second raise, and that all in at the end was so random. He should have called.
You should have put that “emotional damage” clip at the end lmao that would have been funny lol but damn those bluffs lol
Looks like a casual bluffs. Seriously. She just goes All-in everytime before a river (or after). Can't believe it's still works...
As Harvey Spectre said: you don't play the game, you play the man.
They just didn't want to get rid of her so fast 😂
I tried the first bluff once... I lost all my stack
That was just a really bad fold, a good poker player would know that she's bluffing after he revealed his cards and she couldn't stop staring at him !
Do that sort of thing consistently and your bluff will lose its power to cause a fold.
"No matter what, always trust your cards" - Kenny Rogers.
I very like it... watching again and always 🙏
aww while the rules of this pokertable confused me, I was cheering for Sara at the end there. Shame the king didn't show his head there.
The first bluff was terrible, her facial reaction was screaming “please lay down”, the guy was being nice
@Paolo you don’t need to be a body language expert to see the obvious here, too bad you don’t understand social cues
@Paolo I’m a facial language expert, just ask your…😎
Ok Mr. Body language expert
That First Fold is probably one of the worst Folds ever in Poker History.
OMG how bad she is, its a standard bad bluff from a bad player! And pokerstars show us some vids about theses donkeys! Thats sick! No way she could have qqq or straight or a better 4, he fold as a stupide loser cause he had almost put her on a bluff!
anyone that thinks this sucks at poker
@J and get 2nd on the Table, so your Point is?
@Soundwave VR go back to your basement and play VR. We will stay in the real world.
You would've folded too not knowing her cards, but sure, be brave and wise when you know her cards.
When she said "num num num" 😂 I can't believe he didn't pick up on that the raise was the trap wow awesome poker
“Good laydown” 😆 commentator is an absolute savage
Her cuteness destroyed Ronnie.
I wish Stapes and I were friends in real life we would have the best time. lmao "it's like when she learned English they only taught her how to flirt and go all in" ...too good Stapes
Fajna lalka. I gra w pokera
He was being nice I don't know how he misses seeing her fear of being called
same. She was liquid
Wow, she's a scary player to go against when you have a short stack
That’s how all my relationships start with lies 🤣🤣🤣🤣
Какая красавица И ЕЩЁ И УМНИЦА!!!!!
Why does it seem like everyone there is just letting her make these god-awful plays so they don't look like the bad guy for taking her out of the game? The first bluff was so blatant buddy must have been hoping it'd get him a follow back on Instagram.
Wow poker skills and visually appealing. She has a deadly combination of talent and looks.
1st hand was miserably played by the dude. He was worried about what people would think if he folded against a hand of nothing and that´s exactly what he did. That woman started raising out of nothing from the start before he had his hand. If there's a way to lose then let it be by going all in on a great hand against some reckless behavior.
with this players it feels more like a tv show than a real poker game , and it is possible that's the case
@Carlos Perez I mean women like her tend to be good liars and manipulators on the other hand not smart enough to leverage it like that
They're pretty good actors lool
the hands aren't staged.. they play to the best of their abilities, it's just the fact that they are not playing for real money that changes everything
@Dylan Feetz Muir next you’re gonna tell me you think the nfl isn’t fixed when it’s “sports entertainment”
@Molly Muncher That is atrocious logic. I wouldn't even know where to begin with that. That's literally brain damage in the form of a youtube comment.
"Easy to say to the runner up" savage. Lmao
Dude didn't want to look the fool and didn't think it through like a Pro 😅
Her silence was deafening. If she could have beat him, she would have said so, as she did at the very start with that lie "Yeah I have something." Sigma rule #87: Never submit to a woman's mind games.
Ronnie checking every round and then folding with 3 of a kind made no sense. If he just had pairs ok. Sara discarded him like a boss.
Based off the action in that first hand there is no way she could have him beat. What a terrible laydown
@THE0malley you talking about me talking about players that I read souls of shows you got no clue what YOU are talking about...
@Withme Verissimus Whostoned you're talking in absolutes about a new player's action and attitude. That shows you don't have a fucking clue what you're talking about. I win plenty, but I'm smart enough to not assume that a brand new player is going to play like a normal player. Proof positive that you're always the donk at your tables and just watch a lot of this shit on Clip-Share
@THE0malley yea, I also know the guys like you have no clue about how to play so that's why you never win big
@Withme Verissimus Whostoned no, I know poker pretty well...and I also know the guys like you that think in absolutes are the biggest crybabies when their logic fails.
@THE0malley you got no clue about poker then, thanks for confirm that
New to this channel but already crushing on Sara 😹
A strong-hearted woman. Lovely.
Sara you are a very gifted poker player against the guys
When we are bad players, we can only bluff.
Always. Always call a woman's bluff. She'll regret it and you'll thank me later
First bluff was perfect- surprised he fell for it.
Her:I’m going to remember this day forever Me:me to
She's the type of player that calls everything and thinks a pair is the nuts. People like that get cleaned out eventually but luck keeps them around.
That's exactly why they're my favorite opponents.
Just watched this again, and I can unequivocally repeat that this WAS scripted for TV. It's no coincidence that ALL of these "bluffs" were from the same televised event.
They tanked for the show. With her at the table they sell this. Without her nobody watches.
Agree. But there to many amateurs making comments. The guy was just toying with her.
1st guy had it coming tbh. They were all just simping on her and she used that for her advantage. Not even a great bluff, she just used the situation to its full advantage
Commentator is a creep. "Don't bust her before the swimsuit portion"? What disgusting sexism and disrespect.
really i have to say thanks for these videos. i had never played poker before. my friend invited me to a poker game he goes to. so i figured i should look on youtube to learn. i found your videos. the learning part was not hard. and when i went to the game i had to buy 70k just to play. and guess what boys i won. there were 16 players. now im going to buy a haircut. thanks. super happy
It's even worse than I thought . They all witnessed her bluffs and keep falling for them . I don't understand how they make money playing poker if you can't read neither the game or the player .. They are even worse than her .
i don't think he doesn't read that bluff, that was a easy read bluff, i think he just been nice and let her go and he said he want to play with her longer
She was not even bluffing shes acting like someone who has no idea what she's doing. And why did he fold trips? She has not done anything to make me think she could beat trips.
Shes the Queen of bluff
Ronnie knew she was bluffing, he just didn’t want to knock out the eye candy of the show on the first hand lol
She really knocked his socks off
Limped in, made a lame re-raise, said she had something with only draws on the board, bets into the turn clearly without the best hand......this guy folds the river with trips lol. Not saying I wouldn't have done the same but damn....
Amador, pagou até o final e fold com trinca
That “hi” routine is a tell lol 😂
"This is the fearlessness you get to play with when you realise no matter what happens here you're still going to be very very very good looking"Me: Fold preflop
😂 it’s okay buddy you’re handsom to your mom and grandma
Sara is as cute as a pail full of kittens! But, I just love Kara Scott!! TEAM KARA ALL THE WAY!!
Unless they had an agreement on sth like this before the show, sara's really good at this
I'm surprised more people didn't toss out the value card on a bluff to avoid the cage.
That is because of their ego and their high pride want to be able to tell somebody at the bar that they are at the next week that they put somebody in the cage!
Chafak není hráčka! Byla finskou miss a byla ke hře přizvána pouze pro televizní show. Bylo to čistě plánované....
Sara has now taken the last bit of their manhood.
With the 65 hand she might not have known she was bluffing on the turn. 65 is good there a lot of the time.
I love her ! 💗
Yesterday I pulled off a pretty good bluff with A-2 off, but I had nut flush draw and a gut shot going into the river
She has the name of a reckless bluffer . And with 3 x 4 , it really surprised me he folded . But hey , it's easy to speak from the couch at home . Who knows , but I think , think , that I would have called her out.
It was easy to tell she was bluffing. you can she was scared
The folds were largely logicalin their defense