Is Brad OWEN About To Make A HUGE Mistake?

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Popular poker vlogger Brad Owen finds himself in a stand up game at the Bellagio Poker Room in Las Vegas. This format is becoming increasingly popular in poker cash games all around the world and creates more action as you do not want to be the last person standing as you will owe all of the poker table some money!

The rules for the stand up game are simple. Everyone starts by standing and when you win a hand you have to show your cards (regardless of whether it is show down or not) and then you get to take your seat. The last person standing will owe some amount of money to each player at the table, which is usually a few big blinds per person.

This poker hand starts fairly normally as 3 villains limp in preflop and Brad Owen decides to check his option in the 3rd blind. The hand takes an interesting twist on the flop as the big blind decides to donk lead for $400 into a $190 pot! Brad has a decision as he has flopped a ten high flush draw.

Jonathan talks about this abnormal flop bet size and what information it might give you regarding your opponent’s range of hands. As there are more opponents left to act behind, you should be more inclined to fold your non-premium draws as you are more likely to get blown off your hand if they decide to raise.

Whenever you are looking to make hero calls against good players that are willing to bluff, you want to make sure that you do not block the logical bluffs!

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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Is Brad OWEN About To Make A HUGE Mistake?

10 thoughts on “Is Brad OWEN About To Make A HUGE Mistake?

  1. What would YOU do on the river with T♣ 7♣?

    Your Stack (3B): $8,540

    Their Stack (BB): $8,540

    Pot: $2,390

    Board: 8♦ 3♣ 2♣ Q♥ K♦

    A) Check

    B) Bet $600

    C) Bet $1,400

    D) Bet $2,400

    E) Bet $…? (overbet)

  2. If he would bet 1400 he could get through . Way more believable sizing with Q but rather mostly King than overbet

  3. Imo if you're going to error, error on the side of aggression, even if they "know" you're bluffing, sometimes the amount is just too much for your opponent

  4. If I called, Brad would've had KQ or 99 and won the hand. How does one make a call like this and get it right? LUCK or WHAT? I wouldn't think one would be profitable long-term making plays like that, hero calls, or I'm I completely wrong?

  5. If I am holding an eight in my opponent is barreling, I believe they are barreling on the turn, mostly with a flush draw.

    Because I’ve called the turn, my opponent needs to his hand orbit, large .

    With 238q on the board I do not suspect combo draws only a flesh draw. Very much, doubting a queen.

    Ultimately, I only need to determine if my opponents flush draw hit a king or not.

    Because I’ve shown strength, I think there is a reasonable possibility that a not so strong suited King would check back.

    Just as played, it seems like a call to me. I would probably take a similar amount of time, but ultimately call.

  6. I love to see brad Owen lose he plays like a pussy all the time and he asked people to let him barrow money or to go half with him 😂

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