Hero Bluff Week #5: High Stakes Poker
Bluffing Strategy for No Limit Texas Holdem
Today’s episode features three epic hands from my favorite poker show of all-time, High Stakes Poker.
Tom Dwan pulls off one of the best bluffs of all time, Phil Galfond gets GOT by a recreational player, and Brad Booth pounds stacks of cash on the felt with four high vs. the GOAT Phil Ivey.
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Hand 1 is a classic pitting Phil Ivey against Tom “Durrr” Dwan on High Stakes Poker where a pot BALLOONS to over $600,000.
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