$333,000 & The BIGGEST Pot Of RAMPAGE Poker’s Career [SICK Runout!]

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Rampage Poker aka Ethan Yau has risen through the poker ranks in a very short period of time. A few years ago he was grinding $2/$5 games and recently on this Hustler Casino Live stream he found himself sitting with over $318,000!

It was inevitable that he was about to play the largest poker pot of his career and this is that exact poker hand! Over 400 people invested into his bankroll for this stream and all of them were watching live on the Hustler Casino stream.

Jonathan discusses what poker hands should typically be in a 4-bet bluffing range preflop and why a hand like JTo can often be dominated and could get you into problems further down the line! He discusses why you should often consider reducing the stack-to-pot ratio (SPR) when you are playing out of position and why flat calling 4-bets in position is often the more optimal play.

Jonathan picks up on a few live reads that Ben gives off. A snap check-back on the flop and then a very casual splashy bet on the turn can often indicate a hand that is extremely strong. One of the oldest live tell reads in the game is that weak means strong and strong means weak!

The hand starts with Blank Cheque Ben who opens the hijack with JTo. A high stakes regular Double M decides to flat in the cutoff with Q9s before Rampage decides to bump it up with a 3bet from the small blind holding the second best hand in poker – pocket kings! Ben puts on the pressure by throwing in a 4bet and Rampage decides to just flat call. The flop is a disastrous one for pocket kings as it comes down ace, jack, jack. Now there are not many hands that pocket kings are beating when faced with Ben’s 4-bet preflop. Can Rampage Poker find a way to lose the minimum?

Jonathan Little analyzes live poker hands from TV poker shows such as Poker After Dark, Hustler Casino Live, The Lodge Poker Club & PokerGO. He also analyzes popular poker vloggers such as Rampage Poker, Brad Owen, Jaman Burton, Ashley Sleeth, Wolfgang Poker and others!

You will also find many poker hands on this channel that contain some of the biggest names in the poker world such as; Daniel Negreanu, Phil Hellmuth, Phil Ivey, Doug Polk, Garrett Adelstein, Tom ‘Durrrr’ Dwan, Dan ‘Jungleman’ Cates, Fedor Holz & many more!

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$333,000 & The BIGGEST Pot Of RAMPAGE Poker’s Career [SICK Runout!]

10 thoughts on “$333,000 & The BIGGEST Pot Of RAMPAGE Poker’s Career [SICK Runout!]

  1. Allow me to let you in on a little secret. People like Rampage are invited on to these streams and events NOT because of their poker prowess. They're invited on because they're live as hell and likely to donk the fvck off large sums. This makes for action shows, and the extra ev for "certain" players.

    Sadly, he has convinced people to buy pieces of him with extreme low ev.

  2. rampage got stubborn with Pocket Kings and a non believer. so much Ax in 4 bet pot even 4bet bluffs. I think he got a misread from live tells from Ben.

  3. love all the chatpros commenting they know best with their $200 bankroll. keep grinding those microstakes.

  4. Such a shame! But he loses to any A or any J. So im not sure what Rampage thinks he beats here. Overplayed his strong preflop hand.

  5. About 3k at Caesars Palace in Vegas, way back in 2007, I turned a boat and the other guy caught a better boat on the river.

  6. Ben’s line would scream AA to me with that check on the flop. It’s saying I hit the whole flop so I need you to catch up. If he 4 bet bluffing he’s C betting every time here.

  7. Ethan is a decent player but he punts too often because he never believes his hand is weaker. This is a winning strategy when you sun run and essentially play "all in or fold", but sun running, like hope, is not a strategy. He would be deep in the red over the past three years if not for a few big tournament wins and a couple of lucky nights at HCL. I suspect he is a gambling addict and will either win WSOP Main Event or go bankrupt, or both, in the next few years. Thankfully for him, he has a nice business on YT to pay his bills.

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