Two BILLIONAIRES Play A $725,400 Game Of Poker

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Casino executive and WSOP legend Bobby Baldwin gets into a heated pot against Andy Zang for a pot exceeding $500,000. While Zang tanks against a huge river bet, Bobby tries to talk him into making the wrong play.

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Two BILLIONAIRES Play A $725,400 Game Of Poker

10 thoughts on “Two BILLIONAIRES Play A $725,400 Game Of Poker

  1. CLICK BAIT, DONT WASTED YOUR TIME. There where 4 people in the pot, not just two billionaires. You sad two billionaires play a "game of poker" not four dudes in a pot and folds all the way.

  2. baldwin is showing strength with his chatter…but scared since he knows queens can be beat so that's why he is showing strength…no way you can call either way

  3. Bellande played terribly. I've now concluded all people getting a massage at the table have that in common. Take advantage of them!

  4. There has been a couple of hands in this Triton game where a player has gone in too aggressively with unsuited low connectors then believed they needed to defend them and lost a lot of money. Really don’t think it’s a profitable play!

  5. What’s interesting here is if he was certain the his opponent had just an over pair he was getting the right price to call at the end. So if you thought that say a bluff with a flush draw say was about as likely that the guy was on better than a pair – practically that would be trip queens, possible low trips. Then maybe call was the right decision at the end, albeit I wouldn’t want to do it.

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