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High Stakes Poker Best Bluffs of All Time
- Published on Dec 15, 2020 veröffentlicht
- High Stakes Poker brings you the best bluffs of all time featuring Tom Dwan, Phil Ivey, Brad Booth, Bill Klein, Lex Veldhuis, Barry Greenstein, and Eli Elezra!
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All theese years later, i’m still hoping Phil will call 😅
Tack on 2 more years.
Dwan might've accused Phil of cheating and then asked for the money back after
I love Booth pulled that off, the balls- of course considering where he is now those balls may have been too big
Feel that exact same emotion every time
Karam S no, it's not, It is everyone's but no Eli's fault, they pointed Eli to show that he's sleeping which took Iveys focus
The last hand was the best tank ever. If only phil made the call, it will be a call of poker history
Does anyone know why at 9:10 Doyle says but there was a 9 out there
Why does that matter? Why does he mention it
@xamlop lol really it’s dwan who out played Ivey most of the time.. Ivey should have reraised on the flop and would have taken the pot on the flop most of the time..im sure dwan would have folded on iveys reraise 100 percent for sure :)
@xamlop xd. Money goes to the winner. How can u say he outplayed dwan if he folded better hand? Xd
@xamlop how about the other player KNEW the best player had the worst hand and he had balls to make a GREAT bluff?
@Hailong Xiao because the best player has pretty much the worst possible hand he could have in that situation...
Phil Galfond is such a nice guy, took the bluff so well
I believe this was before he made HUGE $$ with run it once. Regardless, he’s a genuinely nice guy.
@Casimir III These stakes are not penny ante even for a pro like Galfond
I noticed that too. That was a classy move.
To see Dwan's face if Ivey called that A6 hand would have been so amazing
Dwan always gets Ivey. Yet here he was blushed and easier to call
The"Super Hero "Call! Oh well...
Better if he showed the bluff and see iveys face
Nice hand (lilting voice, eye roll.)
The last hand is the reason I fell in love with this game!
The only player on earth to thank about that hand is Phil Ivey … What a legend!!!
Durrrs bluff against Peter Eastgates trips was the best bluff of them all. I can even say that was the best bluff I've ever seen in my life.
I was going to mention that hand in the comments. Criminal that it didn't make into this video with that title, and IMO one of the best things about the hand was when Durr pointed at Eastgate, saying he had the best hand the whole time. He truly knew where everybody was in that hand the entire way.
And don't forget Greenstein folded aces too. I think that was the best bluff because it got past two completely different high level pro's (at the time) who approach the game differently.
Dwan bluff on Ivey was the one of the greatest and daring bluffs in poker history.
I could listen to Antonio's reaction to that sick bluff by Bill Klein, all day lol.
Want a treat? 8:53. Lol, classic stuff.
And to his credit, Phil Galfond took it like a champ.
High stakes poker was the reason I made the jump from tournaments to live cash. I've learned so much watching these guys play over the years.
Eh, there's some good play in these shows but there's also A LOT of bad plays.
That Durr bluff is probably the most epic hand of all time.
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“The excitement is overwhelming for Eli” lol Kaplin is hilarious
I swear toms excuse at the end of the hand when he finally breathes is one of a kind classic 😂😂😂😂😂😂
It's something with the lights😂
Every time I rewatch this i almost die. 😂😆😅🤦
99.999% folded after a minute or two. Phil is the legend not folding it within few minutes.
Galfond reaction to Kleins bluff is priceless
The best bluff of the whole show was when Chan said Deeb went south 😂😂
How is Dwan’s Q10 bluff into Eastgate and Greenstein not in this video? Best bluff on HSP
Gabe: And Iveys just posturing here. Doesn't want barry to know he raised him with air.
Phil Ivey: I'm all in.
Great read by Lex and even better read by the great Phil Ivey
This is so good. Can not believe it has been ten years already
Hearing Norm Macdonald broadcast just made my day
That's why Phil Ivey is the best re-raising Lex all in with 5-2. So sick!!
Mr. Klein is the man! Amazing bluff there with the busted flush!
Bad fold by Galfond
@Tom N He was so deep. He needed the board to pair. Amazing bluff.
@Drabee Announcer said playing to a chop if his straight gets there.
@Tom N he is 100% repping a boat
@Tom N he is credibly repping a handful of boats
That Klein bluff, sooo good
I think that brad booth move on Phil Ivey is a horrible move long term, but it was definitely sick
Phil saying under his breath that Durr might be the best is one of many reasons I love Phil laak
How is anyone hating on dwan? Hes a legend
Ivey is something else jamming with 5 2
@All Lives Matter You just said it yourself, "last year", This is one hand, in one game, you just said you could make that in a year, do that for 364 more days.
And 60k for the average person is ALOT, i personally have never had a 60k networth, and im not gonna try to fool anyone that i have.
@glennhagstedt 60k isn't that much.. I made more than that if I sold AMC stock last year and didn't sell a a single share and I only make 100k a year.
Someone said like lex's mate threw a sandwich at him lol
@Sludge you need to get back on the meds, champ
I can't believe the fold from Ivey with KK, it's incredible he thought he had something, old times I guess
Surprised he folded knowing hes a multi millionaire with a nice piece of Full Tilt at that time.
Ivey holding 6's and with 10, Qu and Kg on the board, no one can fault Ivey for folding.
Phil Galfond took it like a man.. Thats why i love him 💪👏👏
I think Ivey wasn't convinced when he folded kings. He just didn't think that it was the best spot to put all his chips in.
@twown You sure about that? Booth only called preflop raise, and Brad is HYPER aggressive. I think its much more likely he had a small pocket pair preflop, and hit the set.
I dont think Ivey was worried about aces at all.
It's a cash game. If Ivey thought he was ahead, he would have called. It's not like he can't rebuy or there are any ICM considerations to take into account. Your comment would only apply if this was a tournament.
@Richard Ramos Exactly. Kaplan says Booth thinking Ivey "can't call with QQ, KK, AA," but actually AA is such a likely holding for Booth there. Much more likely to shove AA than a set.
agree such an easy lineup for him to get it in against a range that looks like sets or pair+flush draw for entire stack when he can take people to school in many situations
Ivey said that he taught that Booth is a amatuer who is slow playing an Pocket Ace.
that 4-2s hand against Phil is sooo good...
There is not a chance in hell DNegs actually knew Phil had...
Gabe Kaplan was just the best by far
I always wonder what Daniel thought Ivey had in that last hand...
4:12 imagine Veldhuis watching this episode with his friends and getting a sandwich thrown at his face 🤣🤣🤣
@bLoWc16 no but I'm saying preflop. any hand that's not a bluff, that would want to go all in preflop in a high stakes cash game, KJ is behind. For example, AA, KK, QQ, JJ, AK, AQ, AJ, KQ and even behind to A10, that's why KJ is not the hand you want to go in with preflop
@Koby Caminsky well it depends on the action... if you’re good, you can win with KJ suited.
@Plexsm can I play poker with you?! 😂 you’re gonna call KJ suites on a 5 bet shove and your committed not even 10% of your stack 😂
@Koby Caminsky especially in a cash game
Can't expect Phil laak to be quiet forever 😂
Rest in paradise Norm Macdonald🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽
klein bluffing with missed spades on a board where you need to use paired hands to bluff representing a fullhouse is very scary..the funny thing is the fact that theres zero bluffs in galfonds raises on the turn king when hes playing against amateur in 3 way pot so the river bluff by klein is targetting a straight pretty effectively when the board pairs and leading 150k into him even when hes blocking the very hand hes targetting..blockers and looking for being balanced with bluffs in all spots quickly makes no sense anymore when you face situations with zero bluffing range
but also if Klein is balanced there, which we should guess he was the only possible hands he could have at that point was either full house with deuces, nines or J/9 or a missed flush draw, cause it's the only hands that can raise the flop and bet/call the turn, so Galfond knows his straight is just a bluff catcher at that point
Lex: " i thought u was only angry at Barry" Ivey: i am! 😆
21:13 “Tom Dwan is starting to gulp now.” 😂
The best realist games in poker participated by the poker all time greats.
The bluff Durr makes which gets Barry to fold AA and that other kid whose name escapes me with the trips 2's was by far the best bluff and its not even in the video
Agreed. That’s probably the most brilliant play I’ve ever seen.
It’s one of those hands where it seems idiotic at first … Then, after it works, you realize everything Dwan was thinking.
Dwan knew what everyone had, and he knew exactly how they would react.
the kids name is Peter Eastgate..i remember watchin that and Gabe Kaplan sayin "only other person I know that would make that move is the late Stu Unger"...definetly shouldve been in the vid
Good call, I think east gate folded the 2 and Barry folded AA
Booth looked really nervous the entire time, today's game would snap call that, but today's game would also not bet that
Thought the best bluff was the bluff that Dwan bluffed with 10 10 against Berrystein with AA
I think if I'm ever in this position, I'll go all in on the flop and run it twice
Brad Booth licking his lips before shoving on Ivey is an awesome reverse tell. Incredible.
Nothing beats that 5-2
5:20 - I never knew Norm MacDonald was a poker commentator.
Not much of a gambler ,but the best I've seen Moneymaker vs Sam Farha In the WSP.
Dwan looking like a fish that just got pulled up too fast from the deep and the pressure f****d him up
Some of these bluffs are actually grounded in the opponent’s idiocy. Klein’s was an easy call or even raise. Still he wouldn’t put out such a bluff against someone like DN.
That hand was/is Brad's legacy.
He could of had 4-5 there but.... Brad does look nervous if you analyse him
The day poker is entertaining to watch
anytime Dwan and Ivey are heads up, everyone stops talking.
I mean its kinda etiquette to not speak when you're not in the hand
Its much more of ivey effect than dwan-ivey hu effect. Phil takes no jokes on the table while in a game.
Still can’t believe Ivey folded kings to Booth. If Booth flips over a set there then nice play by him but I’m stunned Ivey laid down the kings.
It’s one of those spots where you know that the other guy is probably bluffing, but you just have to fold. It even looked like-that’s exactly what Ivey was thinking.
Ivey was a facing a *huge* overbet-shove, and in that spot-the other guy is usually either going to have a big draw, or a set …
So, Ivey’s getting a terrible price, against a range that has a TON of equity against KK.
Ivey made the right decision.
Booth actually made a pretty bad play, and he was just fortunate that it didn’t cost him.
The one guy wouldn’t shut his mouth. Bet Ivey would have called if that dude wasn’t blabbing.
"How much is that and how much do you have left?" Strong move
Yeah no wonder his voice went puberty
i used to play poker at school with stickers. im no good and i dont understand it too much but that ivey bluff was dope asf
Bill Klein rockin Augusta green and a Shadow Creek hat is so much drip
Loved hearing norm again miss u buddy
"Dwan looks worse" idk why but I literally laugh out loud whenever I hear that.
I lol when he says "Tom Dwan is starting to gulp now" after they cut to him close up
Pretty crazy the hand with galfond and Klein. If klein woulda shoved on the then galfond INSTA CALLS.
I would have never folded that straight.
Greenstein was always kinda cheap but when he wents for bluffs he did it in style he always risk a lot and i can't really remember being call. He was good at this games
@Brandon Barry is not even a tight nor cheap player....
@Brandon yes buddy english is not my first language. When i wrote it i couldn't remember better word for it
@Half a rainbow how can a playing style be cheap? I think you mean tight?
@David Miller His playing style is. I wasn't talking about his life outside of this cash games
How was Barry cheap though? I mean the guy does donate more to charity than any other poker player.
Ahhhh poor Phil doesn't like it when it's done to him.
Rumor has it....Phil Ivey is still wondering what Brad Booth had.
Really wish Antonio had the A6 of diamonds in this spot against durrr
Galfond folding the straight
Dwan has ice in his veins
how phil whants to call the last hand, the bluff is good, but phil even thing calling that hand its fantastic
Norm MacDonald commentating is always a pleasant surprise
I KNEW it was him! Didn't know he did commentary but its a really welcome surprise.
phil ivey definitely had the soul read on tom dwan but he didn't trust it you can see it in his face
3:25 "look at em, they look like suspects" lol
Doyle: But there was a 9 out there.
Klein: There was a 9. That's the only reason that made me do it.
Can someone kindly explain why it's easier to bluff a full house with a 9 on the board? Why would it be different if there was a 6 or 7? I do not understand.
Because Galfond is much more likely to respect his bluff due to the action on earlier streets. More likely that Klein had pocket 9's given he raised every street, then when the board pairs he can make a credible full house bluff.
i think he knew he hit the straight on the turn and represented pocket 9s at the end. it could also be his favorite hand. we will never really know maybe an inside joke about 9s from playing with doyle..
shoutout to the quality of these old clips even with 60 fps
Are these full episodes somewhere? love to see some of these tables full epsidoes.
They’re on PokerGo. But you need a subscription for that.
There were full episodes of HSP on youtube in the past, but they removed them for copyright... I hope I can find them again too!
9:14 why is the 9 so important on the flop that doyle and bill referenced? I know he's repping poc. 9s but why couldn't Phil have the 9s based on his bets...is it because the 10 in his hand blocks the 10-9 combos so he can represent the 9s? Wish I had half the knowledge and experience Doyle has.
They were probably playing props but HSP cut every scene of them discussing their props so his comments is kinda out of context here.
13:49 that’s when you know karma is not on your favor
Imagine getting that look 😂
can’t beat most of his bluffs
56 suited is a premium hand, only hand you should go heads up with against AA
Bottom line is that every one blows a good hand or two. Even wen we think they know it all they really dont.
Good commentary by Norm
The man with 9 high bets $123,200
I had completely forgotten norm mcdonald used to do poker commentary
Dwan complaining about the lights at the end after winning nearly half a mill $
I came here for poker, I stayed for norms commentary.
Anyone notice how Ivey and negreanu silently communicate in that last hand... who knows how much collusion there was in those games
Missed Phil Hellmuth 7,2 off vs Mike Matusow KK.
Ivey folds KK when he should of snapped the all in by Booth….. Same Ivey takes 5 minutes when he should of snapped folded bottom pair… 😂
Gain Caplin greatest ever commentator.how the phuck did high stakes fire him
And then unfire him.
Brad Booth....... 🙏
Galfond folds the nuts😄😄😄
Every bluff's biggest tell is the multiple blinks of the eyes. The main clue of any liar.
52 Bluff Was the sickest and q10 call was obvious, very Bad fold with straight there
I forgot norm was a host once.
was not expecting to hear Norm Macdonald. a welcome suprise
Going all in with 2 5 off is +EV play in the longrun, ok i get how to play poker now. just make them fold.