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Ben Tollerene aka Ben86 - the hugely successful high stakes cash game player - Is back in this episode of JoeIngram's poker life podcast.
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Classic hand played online during the 2 months 2 million show between Krantz and Viffer.
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Season 2 of the Pokerstars Shark cage! Episode 4. Where plays battle it out over 10 episodes and various heats to win $1,000,000 cash. The show features qualifiers as well as invited guest stars and professional poker player. This episode sees Maria Ho as a big favourite to progress to the final from the redemption heat, with Isaac Haxton, Mike Mizrachi and Theo Jorgensen all involved.
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Daniel Negreanu makes an interesting bluff against Omri Moga during day 5 of the WSOP 2015 Main Event.
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Compilation of all every Antonio Esfandiari All-In hands during the WSOP 2015. Includes a surprisingly number of marginal hands and tight races!
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Phil Hellmuth gets tilted and runs his mouth against Phil Ivey who sits there cool, calm, collected and totally bemused. During the WSOP 2015.
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Luke Schwartz is an English professional poker player was predominantly famous a few years ago for his intense trash-talking in the live setting and online. He was successful at the high-stakes online cash games on Full Tilt and Pokerstars and became a phenomenon for some of his trash-talking at the tables. It's been a few years since Luke has been in the public eye, but he's back and chatting to Joe Ingram in the poker life podcast.
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The final hand of the WSOP 2015 H.O.R.S.E event as Andrew Barber takes it down for $517,766.
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Dan Colman flips with Jonathan Duhamel during the WSOP 2015 High Roller One Drop - $111,111 Buy-in event.
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Dan Colman plays 2 monster pots back to back during the WSOP 2015 High Roller One Drop - $111,111 Buy-in event.
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Neil Channing and Nik Persaud challenge each other to build the tallest chip stack in 30 seconds.
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Action from the Heartland Poker Tour 2014 Season - At the Ameristar casino in St Louis - 1st place takes home $219,000 and 2nd place with $78,500. We kick off the action on the final table with Matt Culberson as the chip leader with just over 2 million in chips. Part 2 of 2.