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MicroMillions VII $22 Main Event

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Antonio Esfandiari On Howard Stern - Sept 2012

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Following his $18m Big one for one drop drop victory at the 2012 WSOP, Antonio Esfandiairi stops by the Howard Stern show to talk about the huge windfall, the poker industry, and his life as a professional poker player.

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100k Challenge: Aussie Millions 2014

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Controversial Hand from WSOPE

Controversial Hand from WSOPE

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Levi and Fleyshman and a controversial river situation

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  • Avatar of aborg88
    Nice vid, interesting spot on the last hand, personally, i would reraise more pre, bet the flop harder and shove the turn. however, this also does remove the bluff factor out of he's range and u may be only getting called by better hands. so maybe ur right, its pretty hard to say, but nice vid and keep posting :)
  • Avatar of TheDawg08
    I never claimed to be some pro, mate. Chillax. You think I played bad, help me get better. Why so aggressive?
  • Avatar of mars1888
    your comments and arguments are non sense...pretty much all hands played bad and you just got lucky that your opponents never had anything!
  • Avatar of Azhrarn
    the last hand I would probabily bet 1/3 of the pot, and some smallish bet in turn to lose the minimum if I'm beaten (and checking the river) or to get some values from small PPs.
  • Avatar of Azhrarn
    nice HH. I agree with the fact of checking with short stacks, 'cuz probably the wanna jam in.
  • Avatar of TheDawg08
    Cheers, mate. I'll try to get some more stuff out.
  • Avatar of Shadow ofDeath
    I would c/c the short stack to give them the chance to bluff. If you bet you're forcing them to fold if they've missed. A good player would realise that's what you're doing when you check but the way they're playing (short stack calling off third stack etc) they're probably not a good player so wouldn't pick up on it. I found the last hand interesting. I know in that spot i'm always calling because of the price i'm getting but i understand your fold. I mean it's really hard to think of a hand you can be beating the way it played out so you probably did save yourself money. Hope you keep posting videos as they're very good imo.
  • Avatar of TheDawg08
    Thanks for the comment, Paul. Yeah, I didn't really know how to press the shorties. I mean, they either hit or fold. How do you extract value if they miss? I can't figure it out. :)
  • Avatar of paulsmiley
    You should have been more exploiting on the short stack fish! Ie betting smaller or checking. In my opinion. All the other hands were good. I play more tourneys , but nice vid