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Crush Live Poker Video No.210: $25-$50 Turning Stone Bart's Hands Part 3

Bart HansonBart Hanson Posts: 6,152Administrator, LeadPro
edited September 2015 in Crush Live Poker Videos
This week Bart examines an exciting clump of hands from his recent session on Poker Night in America at the Turning Stone Casino. Hands include the AK high bet call on the river vs Anthony and the huge pot between Bart and Shaun Deeb in one card up Hold'em.

http://www.crushlivepoker.com/videos/25-50-turning-stone-barts-hands-part-3

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  • Bart HansonBart Hanson Posts: 6,152Administrator, LeadPro
    Probably one of the best clumps of hands in any one video, this particular week. One of my favorite episodes to ever produce.

    Bart
  • MouseMasherMouseMasher Posts: 78Subscriber
    Bart,

    I want to start by saying that I'm enjoying the series. You narrate very well, and seem genuine about your thought process.

    Anyway, I paused this video at ~43' to ask - before I forget - how much do you think tilt affected your play? I ask because as the Ad5d hand started; which I thought was a weird hand to play OOP, you mentioned your stack went down a few thousand, almost as if you were announcing tilt was seeping in. You then cold-called a 3-bet with 77, and topped it off with the 66 hand, which you ended up folding to the cold 4bet. Interestingly, you also mentioned those hands were situations you don't play well.

    Btw, I'm not criticizing your play; only wondering about tilt awareness in spots that would be difficult for most to play well, and maintain composure.

  • MouseMasherMouseMasher Posts: 78Subscriber
    Loved the thinking on the last hand. Glad it worked out!
  • Bart HansonBart Hanson Posts: 6,152Administrator, LeadPro
    Bart,

    I want to start by saying that I'm enjoying the series. You narrate very well, and seem genuine about your thought process.

    Anyway, I paused this video at ~43' to ask - before I forget - how much do you think tilt affected your play? I ask because as the Ad5d hand started; which I thought was a weird hand to play OOP, you mentioned your stack went down a few thousand, almost as if you were announcing tilt was seeping in. You then cold-called a 3-bet with 77, and topped it off with the 66 hand, which you ended up folding to the cold 4bet. Interestingly, you also mentioned those hands were situations you don't play well.

    Btw, I'm not criticizing your play; only wondering about tilt awareness in spots that would be difficult for most to play well, and maintain composure.

    I think keeping my emotional composure is one of the strongest aspects of my game.

    I don't think that any of those hands were really played due to tilt. The A5 hand was versus a min 3 bet against an opponent that was down very big and I thought would pay me off and the 77 hand was too strong to fold in that situation. With the 66 Thomas was too short to just call so I decided to 3 bet and get it in with him preflop. All things changed of course when I was cold 4 bet by a larger stack, and of course Porter had a better hand so it was an easy fold. Its seems like I made the correct play in all of these hands so I am not quite sure why you think tilt had anything to do with it?

    Bart
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