|YouTube - OnlinePokerDude - "Tuff Fish"
||[Nov. 13th, 2007|07:15 am]
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.