$10/$20/$40 | ONE OF THE WEIRDEST COOLERS EVER! C2B Poker Vlog Ep. 165

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  1. I like your aggressive and bit looser play but sometimes you push way too much. Sure three betting 35 suited on button is probably ok. But why cbet into two people who called your raise with KdJd8s flop? You not blocking anything and there is a million hands that can call you. All the AJ AQ A10 Q10 KQ KJ K10 QJ J10 910 etc plus all the flush draws. Dry flop like K62 or similar I'd understand. If villains got unders and out position they can't really call. But wet board multi way that hits nearly entire deck except hand like yours? Lucky the guy jammed turn too, would have stacked off bluffing on the river.

  2. Nick Vitucci the scammer that swindle millions of dollars from people in his real estate Seminars and Con-man of Poker

  3. I don't see how that guy came up with anything that made sense to play KK that way. You raised, the cutoff 3 bets, button calls, SB calls, and the BB looks down at KK. Flat calling here with KK makes no sense at all. You never want to play KK out of position in a 5-way bloated pot. That's suicidal. I would've thought that really only JJ or Tens would make sense to play that way. If you hadn't 4-bet, he may very well lose that pot.

  4. That last had was a killer. What did you think he was holding when he called your $1,000 four bet pre flop? Did he explain why he didn’t raise with the pocket KK’s? Shouldn’t call the 4 four bet have sent off signals? Looks like he was mixing up his play as everyone suggest that you have to do now and then. I do feel your pain.

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