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YouTube - OnlinePokerDude - "Tuff Fish" [Nov. 13th, 2007|07:15 am]
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If you know anything about Poker, even more so, Texas Hold'em . . .

Maybe after watching this . . .

You'll be laughing like a sick idiot . . .

Just like me.





This guy decided to tape himself playing online, doing play-by-play.

ZOMG UPDATE

Not only is this guy on a tribute YTMND page, but this guy exists beyond the realms of YouTube videos of Party Poker and other internet nonsense.

This man played at a WSOP event.

Anthony "Tuff Fish" Guetti Takes a Bad Beat at the WSOP.

Apparently this man is talented enough and/or financially set enough to compete in such events.

Regardless of actual quality of player, this man is a patron saint for all those who get stuck in the pooper on hands that go to shit.

Maybe the lesson is . . . it's okay to fold. Pray you know when.

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[User Picture]From: trooper221
2007-11-13 01:34 pm (UTC)
I love the pause between the last "mother fucker" and "cock".

Also full of win is his "I've got the dye uh beet us, but I don't care for that insulin and watching my sugars intake" wheezing.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2007-11-13 02:12 pm (UTC)

Because the game is EXACTLY like that.

On the hand . . . he knew it, too!

*chuckle, chuckle* ZOMG JAAAAYSUS CHRRRRYYYYYYSSSSSsssss

What amazes me is how the cash mattered that much to him. That's the sick laughing part.

I took some guy for an expensive play dollar ride, Ks to Qs, and both tripped up during the deal.

Then, I got taken for about 150k more of similar rotten beats.

That's what I get for laughing at the unfortunate.
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[User Picture]From: trooper221
2007-11-13 02:22 pm (UTC)
If you can't afford to lose, don't play -- first rule I ever learned about cards.

I used to play for play money online -- I don't play for real unless I can see the person I may be giving my money to. In the end, it all balances out.

I found a few more of his vids on the youtubes, including a greatest hits one. Hilarity, thy name is Tuff Fish.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2007-11-13 02:26 pm (UTC)

upon further review

Upon further listening to his tone of voice, I now believe he was dead certain the pot was his . . . he said that as a brush-off comment. He expected beyond a doubt of his hand winning that pot. He did not believe the guy had the better flush.

That just upped the sick laughter meter for me.
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From: (Anonymous)
2007-11-13 02:31 pm (UTC)

Re: upon further review

haha. the Turette's ending sold it for me.
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[User Picture]From: ryceratops
2007-11-13 02:31 pm (UTC)

Re: upon further review

...that was me btw.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2007-11-13 02:36 pm (UTC)
So wrong to laugh at that, but hardly anything in that game is guaranteed, which is just awesome . . . they should use this in a gambling awareness PSA.
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[User Picture]From: trooper221
2007-11-13 02:36 pm (UTC)

Re: upon further review

Which is amateur hour, since there were two higher flush cards out there, and the possibility of a straight flush.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2007-11-13 02:41 pm (UTC)
The chances of them having that while he had what he had would have been slim, but to me two things stick out for me . . .

1. I don't know if he'd been watching this guy for a while or not, but if a guy goes all-in most of the time and it's a legit hand at showdowns, then chances are he really does have that better hand. So many possibilities out there plus his response should have rung some warning klaxon.

2. If he hates bad beats that much, regardless of how much cash he has to spend, then that game's the wrong game for him. Most games are, really.
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[User Picture]From: trooper221
2007-11-13 02:45 pm (UTC)

Does party poker

let you keep notes on players? I can't remember the name of where I used to play, but you could keep little notes about users, so if they were at your table, you clicked on them and your notes came up.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2007-11-13 03:13 pm (UTC)

not that into it myself

I don't use that site, so I don't know, but some do.
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[User Picture]From: trooper221
2007-11-13 02:40 pm (UTC)

Also, upon further further review

Is how he starts saying (ostensibly) what cards are on the felt, and gets it totally wrong:

"Queen, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen."

Which is one more card than actually shown, and there's also no mention of the 4 that's on the felt, plus the mystical addition of a queen and a ten.

And he wonders why he loses.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2007-11-13 03:13 pm (UTC)

strategy? poker gods . . . i'm due

I saw a couple other vids before this . . . and he was actually guessing ballpark on some hands what the other people had.

If it wasn't for the fact that people only called him pre-flop, maybe if they would have raised there would have been a pocket pair against him in there . . . or not, depending on how those people play (or maybe they know he's crazy so they just play calling station?).

After the flop, he was probably unwise to think that the 4 flush only applied for himself, clearly. By the turn, with the possibilities, he's got it made, but the people are still sitting in there with him. For what reason? They paid 40 to get there.

Even blind to the game, 2 people against . . . at that point he had about a touch over 50 percent chance to win the thing before the turn . . .

In this case, however, he seemed to be a bit slack-jawed and just ready to throw the chips out there . . . maybe so, percent on the turn went up to a bit over 90 percent . . . but the way he was reacting, it's almost like he was practically willing this thing to happen to him, mistaking poker gods to deem him due or something.

I think he went in too deep on his committal on the turn. Raised 10 pre-flop, 2 callers, bet pot, 2 callers, total in there was 120 and he had 121 left . . . with all that out there, bet-out of 100 really committed him no matter what was out there against him. Not a feeler bet, nothing.

The guy against him didn't have much stack, either, not much more on the table. When his opponent busted out the all-in, to do that on nothing would be a hell of a foolish player. Knowing nothing else but that island . . . to see an opponent do that . . . go all-in . . . "Tuff Fish" was right there, but the operator didn't connect the call in time for him to switch to the fold button.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2007-11-14 06:03 am (UTC)

Guetti may be the guy.

My amateur take on the game . . .

Very rarely does the perfect storm happen.

It's almost never going to be you with a royal flush, in a big stack, with 4-5 other guys with nice stacks holding hands you never want to fold (flush, straight, another straight flush). You know what I'm talking about . . . where you're the nuts and you know it but there are other outs making people some strong 2nd bests . . . and they start jumping the shit right in there for you to take . . . from all sides.

And this guy, Guetti? may be the name . . . the guy doing this vid . . . he doesn't apparently understand at times (going tilt) that when people are over-betting or raising dramatically, it's not always because they're bullshitting you . . . and it's not always because they have the best hand. Depending on situation, obviously.

He just seems to lose grip on his awareness at times, and those are the times that produce this comedy gold.

UPDATE

I'm an idiot (straight, straight flush, royal flush?!?!?) . . . but so is he. It's just awful when he goes on tilt.

Edited at 2007-11-15 07:02 am (UTC)
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[User Picture]From: thebolt
2007-11-13 06:09 pm (UTC)
I predicted he wasn't even going to see the flush thus looking like a tool.

Of course he came out looking like a tool anyways...but a HILARIOUS tool.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2007-11-13 06:11 pm (UTC)
Every time I see that video, I can't help but laugh. Because a paired J isn't going to go all-in.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2007-11-13 06:14 pm (UTC)
DIS GUYZ EEEEURRRAPEEEIIIIN.
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[User Picture]From: thecesspit
2007-11-13 10:00 pm (UTC)
It's Tool Time with Poker Tool man Tuff Fish!
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2007-11-14 05:27 am (UTC)

RUUUUOOOH?

I think this guy is amusing to no end.

Who puts this on YouTube? Why?
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[User Picture]From: jmack109
2007-11-14 04:55 am (UTC)
You were right. That did make me laugh like a sick idiot.






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Cock!
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2007-11-14 05:26 am (UTC)

. . . .

KAAAAAAAAACK

lol.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2007-11-14 05:31 am (UTC)

DOOOD UPDATE

This guy's now got a YTMND.

http://tuffish.ytmnd.com/

Of highlights of expletives.
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[User Picture]From: trooper221
2007-11-14 10:55 pm (UTC)

Know when to fold 'em

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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2007-11-15 07:02 am (UTC)
str8 up
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