18 Burst results for "Jason Coon"

"jason coon" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

04:55 min | Last week

"jason coon" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

"I. I can't sleep with myself if i check back. And bill shows like jack eight or king eight or something. I just like i. I can't like live with myself as a human knowing that there's only like three combos of hands and not only just three combos of hands but also like three combos of hands chopped up in multiple different ways because villain took this very exotic line of like check raising flop and then check raising the turn to where like sometimes they're gonna check. Raise the flop. Bet the turn with a set of sixes so there. There's some like removal. Their answers just going to up six on the river. Yes sometimes they're gonna they're gonna jam the set of sixes rivers subjecting. So basically i was just like i know six makes a lot of sense but like i don't think they have a flash and so i'm just gonna jam and villain just like pretty much snapped it and showed a set of sixes and yeah. I was thinking about in preparation for breaking this down on tactical tuesday and thinking to myself like you know i kind of like i kind of soulread the situation of like yeah villain sixes like that. That's the that's the hand that i'm like positive i'm sure dylan has sixes in their range And i still jammed anyway. Just because i couldn't trust that like they didn't have a hand like eight or six eight or jack aid king sex or something like that. Something like overrides your your logic. Or you're you're like jason coons intuition and the in those situations where you're like you narrow it down to what had the takes over and you're like surely this human being has more than one heads to the situation with more than one or two hands right like they must they must be like i mean it's like we just don't trust that like internal instinct telling you like your intuition this like so honed and refined this like letting you know but i mean i did hesitate and think about james the river before i jammed but ultimately yeah if i if i i think the times that i'm playing the best times that like i'm in the zone and inflow is exactly when i just trust myself i just trust that little voice. I trust by intuition. I trust my instinct. And i just check back because like i'm just yeah. I have a lot of self trust in here. Whatever i i think. I can't even really say that like it's a mistake. All i can say is that like i feel like i played You know not not to my ability here like i. I left some on the table. But whatever you know. I think i don't know i jammed top to pay for value like whatever. Oh no that's it's so hard to know whether you're playing. You know whether what you said is true. And you have some on the table or if it's like it's just so hard not to be results-orientated the situation because it when they show up with sixes that's how you feel if you check back and they showed up jacket that you'd be like well absolutely on the table but yeah and i honestly i feel like it's easier to live with myself doing like the obvious thing than it is doing the non obvious thing you know it's like well i'm protected because like pretty much. Anybody would jam top two pair here so like i can just do that. And i'm okay. And if i check back that i'm like that has the potential to go like way wrong if they do show some sort of two pair getting punished. Doing the obvious thing is significantly less like logically painful than getting punished trying to do the weird thing at being like. Oh my god. What do weird thing exactly like. Why did i do this. Weird thing. Okay this is a. It's an interesting hand. And yeah. I think that's going to do it for this. This week's episode of tactical tuesday. My screen is read. Your background looks like it's doing something i on going. Your background is just going insane. The matrix is falling apart. Everybody's gonna see the facade. That is our camera setup here a shutdown this episode all the part the the matrix. Sorry guys we gotta go talk to you all talk to you next week. Is that what you're saying. See next week. Thanks for listening to chase in greatness. You can subscribe on apple podcasts. On your favorite podcast app go chasing. Boca greatness dot com to get the newsletter join. The greatness village community book a coaching session or dive into the latest data driven poker courses. Follow the show on twitter at. Cpg podcast.

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"jason coon" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

07:45 min | Last week

"jason coon" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

"I i like this size. I think think seven five is really the only hand. Like fifty is fifty. Looks better. i think nine ten. I don't think they're folding. Like nine. ten to seventy percent on the turn even though they probably should. I just think my ten looks much better than seven. Five right right maybe nine seven. Then there's like the cutoff. Yeah nine seven Anyway we're splitting hairs here too because we're like inbetween like fifty percent in two thirds in more anyway by the way for the podcast listener. Who forgot what the board is at this point. We've gotta talk to pair the king jack eight six. We're not even to the interesting part of this hand yet. Which happens right here. And so we bought one thirty into one ninety and the villain gives us the old double fisted check. Raise check raise on the flop. Check raise on the turn. They checked the three fifty five. Tell me what you're thinking here. John i mean like go check raises. Just it's such a rare lied. That i don't have a go-to plan or or or like a. I don't really have a plan for how to combat these or how to think about these double check raises since i face him so frequently. My initial guess on double check raises is that they're going to be under blocked. I think it's just much easier to do this with Had that it's it's very clear that going double check. Raising is is fine value than it's like we like. I said on the turn like it's just really tempted to just continue. Barreling your your draws and your bluffs from the flop Especially on on kind of scary ish Over card So i would guess that the double check raises is going to be skewed towards value. But we're getting like such an insane price we're getting three to one and he could conceivably be evaluating himself with with the worst habit ours like if he ever does the double check. Raise with ahead. Mike jack or jack. Six eight six Breathing king eight or king sakes if they did something weird on the flop. Yeah like i have my candidate of hearts could could maybe find this double check raise Yeah we're just you know it's scary to face this but we're getting too good of a price and we could still be dominating their value range So those two things together. just i'm just calling. Three fifty. Five checker is on the turn. It's funny us or scary. What's the worst to happen. See stacks us. I've been stacked a hundred thousand times in my life. I remember saying onstream that. I didn't think this was a flush strong. That was the one that was the thing that like. I felt really in the moment that villain didn't have a flush draw I thought what was more likely would be a hand like as ten. Some kind of gut shot. I just didn't think bill would want to reopen the action here under the flusher on the turn right So as it sucks to get jammed on when yeah yeah. It's really not good. Check raising with a flush raw getting jammed on and then being forced to like fold your equity so like i thought it was like something like that and then also i think i did mention like sixes makes a lot of sense to like sixes make sense. I think some straight draws makes sense and then maybe some like random two pair hand. That's just taking a very funky line. But i wasn't ultra concerned about flush. Ross on the turn to be honest. And i mean like i said i. I wasn't scared either. I'm ready to go broke if five half talked to pair and villain has bottom set. And you know this. Rip stack so. Yeah i call the turn which leaves me with five forty seven left in my stack. There's nine hundred in the middle and the river is the use of hearts and so the final board is king jack. Eight six deuce with the flush completing rivers so the front door flush completes on the river with the juice of hearts and villain checks. So this is you know i was actually like it. Filling jams snap calling. I'm just not. I'm not folding. i didn't think villain how fluster on the turn. I still think thought that. I would beat a lot of like busted straight draws or some just random hands that they have facing the check though i got i was a little frozen On whether or not to value jam the river. Yeah i i. Would i remember when you show this that. I was like shocked that bill and check the heart river. I thought just thought like yup all their you know. This is like the perfect car to walk with all their bluffs. That are are the streets draws that break then like if they do have a flush obviously they got there. And then i just thought like a better made hands on the turn would also just be jamming for you know a little bit over half plot on the river as well so i don't know like obviously i'm not unhappy. That they checks on the the the heart turn like feel better about my head. I guess better about my head now than than if they had jams. Oh well yeah We really lose the sixes. you know. that's the the only hand we lose six is like do. I think villain should check sixes on the river. Hell no like if you're watching this on youtube right now and you have a set in the flesh completes on the river you have to jam especially if you're playing who call all in because if you check and villain like checks back aces or like as king or king jack than that's really really really bad for you because you get no value when villain when you have villain cooler d- and you lose when villain does river a flush so like you should be jamming here with your sets with that. Said what i find interesting about this and and we've talked about this before. It was like a hand that jason coon played in a high stakes tournament where he had a screen with the ace of diamonds and he checks on the turn. He faced the jam on attorney. I think you bet the turn and villain jammed. And then he's like king of diamonds like king of diamonds ten. He called out villains exact hand and said something along the lines of like. I know you didn't know what to do on the turn. And like i remember watching that back and he actually ended up folding the turn despite calling out villains exact hand and i i remember talking to you about that and saying like that was like jason coons ability as a poker player like he knew there is like one combo of hand or to komo's of hands that that basically pass all the tests through all the data points right like only hands made sense and he recognize that very quickly and despite that he ended up folding. Because i think like you know the theory got in the way of like well you know. I've eliminated villains hands down to like. Do i really trust dislike Read type of situation. And i think here i mentioned on the stream that built like dylan's value was sixes and i remember thinking i remember hesitating before i jammed and thinking like men like sixes makes a lot of sense and so i refuse all this by saying that yes. I do jam. Because i can't.

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"jason coon" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

The Breakdown Poker Podcast

05:50 min | 3 weeks ago

"jason coon" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

"Today on the breakdown. It's a two hundred dollar. Four hundred dollar cash. Game with jesse james sylvia that his actual middle name. I know jesse. James sylvia finished second to greg merson in the main event all those years ago called the big all in with clean. Jack i by the way pretty whack venison selves very upset about that any way. He plays a pretty pretty interesting pretty strange hand against the guy who makes a lot of pretty interesting. Pretty strange hands happened. That's jake daniels. He's put jason coon in the blender multiple times on this show. Well at least we've broken down hands on the show where that happens. He's the gesture. He's the joker. He's a midnight toker. It's jake daniels and it's happening right now on the breakdown with great jotted levy a All right yeah..

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"jason coon" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

The Breakdown Poker Podcast

04:30 min | Last month

"jason coon" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

"Kind of indicative to me of the level of funding poker. Actually wow wow. that's how it's gone. That's like poker on tv. Used to be way more fun right. Oh my god like to play. It's been the same right because there's still a game that's fun to figure out and understand but like without top guys being fun. At the table it removes a lot of the potential for new players to come in because it doesn't look as fun it looks like oh i'm going to like if you don't know anything about over it's like i'm going to step into a room. Full of really advanced programmers and sit down with them and try to program against them and they're not going to say a word. What's the point. The i'm watching it. Two hundred four hundred game right now. Yes the wbz put out a cash game. It's great tom. dwan at the table. Just cruise the table. Kristen bucknell dan smith fleeing entices at the table and the only person is okay. They're all very nice people to be clear. I'm sure be very pleasant to be with them. Maybe really nice to go out to dinner with. But the only person who even has even osama like a personality is jason coon. Yeah and honestly nothing like antonio back in the day or degrom would agree with that right but it could at least in the middle of a hand if on the river and trying to make a decision he talks out loud so he's got some personalities got some personality even hand a little bit like dance myth has zero personality in hand and then had does and even at the table like not in. The handy has not a lot of personality either for the cameras. I'm saying i'm not talking about a lot of times. You're sitting people who are quiet and it's great at a poker table. They're nice to talk to and they're fun. Yeah but it's not a rollicking. Good time from an audience. Point of view to your point ryan. This is this is really changed dramatically. Yeah it's too bad table. Used to be full of different archetypes. Doyle brunson the old cowboy and like daily.

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"jason coon" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

The Breakdown Poker Podcast

05:28 min | Last month

"jason coon" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

"Include a link and time stamp the hand. Sure that's how you do it. Great all right. Let's get to the actual action. Cool of poker. Fifteen k thirty care the blinds. We have five remaining in the three hundred k. by in super high roller boiler. Here's the five left. Justin bonomo dana grind new jason coon christopher vogelsang and makita body hausky like. Wow that is a tough lineup. Yeah it was actually tough the final. The final table is just a nightmare. 'cause the other for the other three guys were also really good. It's just super tough. Stephen chiswick went out. And seventh. Yep nikki portray angelo. Went out and sex but anyway go on. If you put three angelo where are you. Are you walking there. What nikki now. That's going to be a problem in ten years. God can't pretend that you're from boston or new york and not be from there. It's not allowed. Okay so fifteen. K thirty care the blinds and we're relatively deep like bonomo got four million bad zeke. Because he's got four point three million dollars four and a half million. Those guys have huge stacks all over one hundred bigs. Yeah coons got one point. Four million vogelsang is clear schwartz sack with three hundred and ten k. He's got so there's definitely an aspect to like everyone sort of waiting around now to see if it's going gonna bust that's gonna make another. How much money. Four hundred thousand dollars just by breathing. Pretty good yeah per good so it's gonna fold around to the small blind who makita fifteen k thirty k. Four point three million is deck so just incredibly massive for the tournament. Yeah got jack of spades. The answer is mixed strategy. But what do you do with this against a good player when you're super deep. I mean either. You're limping your entire range or you're you're doing a mix strategy. That's not always raising against a good player not always raising. I think against the over folder. You're always raising an over caller. You're always limping right. That's right it's cool. And i think we're limp with the intention of calling raise ourselves with this hand. His hands good enough to see a flop with even though we're out of position is not ideal jawa. We're going to be folding too much if we lymphocyte this unless unless he prices us out of it of course right which is hard to do with these tactics. Exactly right yeah. It's pretty significant here with like one hundred and forty bigs effective. Almost is that too much. One hundred twenty one hundred twenty whatever. Yeah there's still a lot. Jaguars of spades makita does limp in the big blind four and a half million..

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"jason coon" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

02:23 min | Last month

"jason coon" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

"You know i would love to have you back on in the near future we. I don't even know if we made it through your poker journey. I know that. I didn't ask any any of my my normal questions but it was just says really great time and i'm just happy to have you know i was happy to be on and i will say that like i do think that if i have anything interesting to say it's probably going to be more outside of poker and i try to find ways to connect it. Yeah but i think poker players have benefit from like trying to get outside of being completely poker centric. I know like the the more. I get outside poker. Just like with your course development. The more you get away from it like the better. It's going to make your your poker. And i think for me personally. I'm as there's a reason. Why do podcasts. On the journey of poker and not like the nuts and bolts of like tactics and strategy. I mean i do tactical tuesday on tuesday but by and large what i love. The most is like understanding where people come from. Like what led you to this point. Speaking of like jason coon right. Like what led you here to this person that you are today because as somebody that's been in the world i know that i know it didn't happen overnight. There are many iterations. There were many failures. Many moments of like contemplation of your life. And i want to know the stories behind that. And that's what. I love so much about doing this podcast. Yeah if poker. Greatness is good for anything that it it opens doors and it makes you potentially a better person. And that's what i've experienced poker's like it's just opened so many doors and i'm just i find myself in conversation saying like a great thing about poker's that this or poker makes me think this way or this is a really cool concept derived from poker and that just comes up so often. I'm just like i'm so certain. Poker has been hugely a huge positive force in my life. money aside. yeah absolutely. It's it's good for like bullshit detection it's good for like seeing logical fallacies it's good for like seeing like oh. This person clearly is not hasn't done the research on whatever or just doing something perfectly right and the shit hitting the fan and you everything fails and just being able to accept that like you couldn't have changed it no matter what you what you did because you acted with the best information you had in the moment and then the chips fall where they may and the struggles. I mean every time you get felted you die a little bit and how many..

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"jason coon" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

05:09 min | 2 months ago

"jason coon" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

"Why not check call like all these questions that seem very basic but then like when you get to the root of like all the wise you start realizing well. One thing is like holy shit like strategically. I've played this game at a very high level for a long time without ever really understanding the mechanics of everything that's going in going on behind the scenes and underneath the water. I think that's something that like. Players can get good by following strategies in deploying great strategy. but i've ever realizing like exactly why those strategies are performing the way that they are. That's something that i've really learned. These last couple of years is like you know jason coon. Jason probably set me on this path when he said like you know. I wanted to know like what's happening in poker like what what's going on in this game and like once. I kind of figured that out. Then like i could play all the games at a high level and i was like That's smart so begs the question. What the fuck is in this game. Right a yeah. That's that's like there's always another mystery. There's always another problem to solve. And that's just i'm resigned to the fact that's how is going to be until i die even if i studied this game every day for the rest of my life and you know that's the joy of fokker right like just should we honor that complexity and that's why we love playing this game so much i love that. No i like. I really liked He attacked such a such a. Good guy You know he's a cougar. Be around him and even play with the tail..

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"jason coon" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show

The Bernard Lee Poker Show

05:51 min | 2 months ago

"jason coon" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show

"This week was on just recently. Just a little over a month ago at the end of june. We had him actually on for two weeks as he talked about winning back to back. Us poker open championships. You want the two thousand nineteen of course it was done in two thousand twenty one. The twenty twenty one during that time. We did talk about his bracelet wins. He had one in two thousand sixteen. A fifteen hundred dollar event. Last year he had one in a heads up online event. Now he is just won his third bracelet. Twenty twenty one's nolan. hold them. lucky seven's high roller seven thousand. Seven hundred seventy seven dollar. Buying event one hundred fifty one entries one hundred thirteen players with thirty eight revise prize pool of over one point one million dollars in first place almost two hundred eighty four thousand dollars and a jam packed final table rhino plan. Brian branded atoms galen hall. Jason coon but this gentleman was victorious. David peters back on the show. It's bernard lee poker show run. Good my friend. Thanks for coming on the show again. David thrown again. I mean craziest like literally. It was a month ago. We were talking about the. Us poker open. We're talking about back to back championships. We're talking about the the replica of the coby picture that you had with with the trophy and now another bracelet. You don't play many of these lower by obviously but there are some a four digit by thirty two hundred fifty three hundred this seven seven seventy suffice it to say you only play in the really high by events right. i'm yeah. I've only only played a few the bigger binds off for this series but sometimes here and there maybe i'll play small ones but for the most part tries. Stick to the just the bigger ones. So when you obviously. Us poker open. You know all the players. You're playing with them all the time when you want your heads up bracelet. You're obviously just playing one player. So it's pretty easy to be able to kind of look up figure out who this person is but when you're playing in this event the high roller seven seven seven seven event. Obviously you're playing with multiple people etcetera. What is it do you know. Do you have a lot of these players. Tagged on w. p. e. dot com. Or do you do quick looking up especially as the final table..

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"jason coon" Discussed on The PokerNews Podcast

The PokerNews Podcast

03:03 min | 2 months ago

"jason coon" Discussed on The PokerNews Podcast

"Thousand dollars stack final table as you might imagine. Plan third brandon adams in fourth day when hall finished seventh jason. Coon finished in eight. So the superstars were out for this one and one of the best players in the world. Chad comes out on top for brace number three. In no surprise there david peters is just a crusher gonna go onto event number twenty sixty five hundred dollar known that hold them the big five hundred encore eleven hundred eighteen total entries and this one was taken down by one of those new jersey grinders. I mentioned earlier in the episode. Eric van elkin goes by eight bracelets online. Wants you to think that he's eric out or has he. was zero grace winner until this event take took down for his first for ninety. Four thousand bucks so this is another guy who like a ryan hegarty. They're always putting in the grind. He's had a lot of success on the new jersey sites party poker. Us and whatnot and here. He is taking down a bracelet. Not to surprise to see it to be honest Very excited to see jack. Mcclellan place old school khokar hall of famer and i got to interact with them during win. Millions million just to see him. Battling against the online wizards and finished ninth. it was exciting and then Jeff you mentioned it. Agent added again finishes in third place for forty one thousand dollars making another final table. Another run at abrasive coming up a little short but man. The guy just crushes. He really does onto the championship of the great game of pot. Limit omaha the one k. By championship three hundred ninety eight entries the price of a bit more than three hundred sixty five thousand dollars in david goldberg locks. Ten gets it done for more than eighty six k. another final table for brock listener. Michael holtz finished in third end. David goldberg pulling it off. The elder statesman jad coming through not gonna let the young guns have it all this world series exciting events and You know it was one of those events that was kind of rock with. I don't want to say controversy. Maybe we'll call it little conspiracy. I guess because some of the the the names at the final table weren't known to the masses and so there was a lot of chatter on on social media about who locks ten was and and things like that but it was all cleared up once the wpa released the official names and results in like seven hundred. Was david goldberg defeating guy. I know from the mid west todd. Slavic heads up. It was todd second summer in a row. Making a run at abrasive fell one spot short here and i think last year in a big event finished in third place so too good showings on his part and also had real quick before you get to that number. Twenty there was awesome controversy surrounding the second-place finisher in the seventy seven. Seventy seven high roller cherry hill. Pd which turned out to be. Charlie hook. There's no controversy whatsoever. Charlie hook fires off some massive high rollers. I think you'll see him in the super high roller bowl later this year..

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"jason coon" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show

The Bernard Lee Poker Show

04:24 min | 2 months ago

"jason coon" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show

"Events in new jersey slash nevada and this gentleman is up late sometimes very late doing the hosting for the final tables four poker news on which he is the head of social media for poker news and he braves the late nights with some host guests and talks about each of the final tables. Welcome to the show. Jesse fallen jesse. Thanks for joining us. Here on the bernardi poker shot my friend. Thank you. I appreciate your your kind introduction. And i'm i'm really excited me. I've been a big fan years for years and years and this is exciting. Really a great monday morning appreciate you coming on. I know you had a a late night on a son in just a couple of nights ago. Where airing this on tuesday and it was the big event. They seven seven seven a seven seven. Seven hundred seventy seven four four seven short the high roller event. It was the largest buy in on all of these Wip bracelets obviously brought out the high rollers and recent guest. David peters of took home the title for almost three hundred thousand dollars. ryan lapland brandon. Adams were all at the galen hall. Jason coon. i'm talking about a very impressive final table. We'll get to that and we'll get to a lot of the events that have happened the rest of the for everyone the rest of this week you can go onto poker news twitch page it will air. The final table now depends on when it airs on the east coast. It's usually around two three in the morning West coast anywhere from eleven. Pm to midnight around that time it's not set in stone because it depends on the number of players it depends on this structure like the turbo event went a lot. Faster was a lot better for jesse sleep schedule but just follow if you follow people A poker news on twitch it'll pop up and they'll say hey we're live right now and and it'll be going on..

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"jason coon" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

The Breakdown Poker Podcast

05:32 min | 2 months ago

"jason coon" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

"King diamond. I think it's possible he would. I don't know that that's a good play with ace king. no diamond. when are we just wanna bet normal. Why don't we we've got broadway and the twenty percent of the time. Another diamond comes in. Were get it in. If he's got he's got the flush he's going to. He's going to double through us like that's just what's going to happen right. It's jason coon like he doesn't always have it if he shoves on us. Like we're never going to fold broadway unless unless a four diamond comes. Why do we wanna try. Why are we so worried about protecting our equity rather than getting value. We should be trying to give value with broadway. Well i mean it depends on and it's possible that this could be for value to like with some of his hands. You could value shove obviously called by so if i ever value shoving kunshan call with this hand right right. I agree. but they're different hands to value. Shove with ace king. It feels like to strong. I don't know if i agree like kings kings isn't really evaluate kings more protection. Show right. yeah. I feel like if you've got broadway i say you the royal grant denison like i've got it so it's such a bizarre play bet to the pot if you play with any hand but we could but we can explain why we're doing with some of the other hands like like the hand he did it with. We actually started. come through. maybe this is good. But like if you've got broadway here. It is completely standard debate. you know. Sixty percent of the pot seventy even eighty percent of the pot and call off like you give the guy a chance but if he has the diamonds to make a plan you might be better to check you get. That's fine too and then check check to check razor. Check to check call call. Obviously i'm leasing is garbage. I don't necessarily. I don't necessarily agree with really. Yeah why do you think it's garbage because jason goo-good flush very easily and like your hair so game theory disaster in yourself if you shove first of all disagree strongly he can have to pair and call it off. He can have other things and call it off. Jason has a flush. it doesn't matter. He's getting all the chips either way okay. But it.

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"jason coon" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

The Breakdown Poker Podcast

03:00 min | 2 months ago

"jason coon" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

"Is juicy. It's the queen of diamonds the ultimate turn card for these hands. That is really incredible. So they both have royal flush draws. That can't come in retinas. The only actual straight flush draw because islands makes them a straight flush but kuhn has top top in the nut. Flush draw right kunas as queen with the ace of diamonds on a jack. Ten three queen three diamond board on the same board rudin as king the king of diamonds. What a sick card for kuneva's the ac diamonds like the ultimate blocker you block the fleshy blocked as king. I mean it's beautiful. All right what do you do john. Reardon oh my god. I have no idea what i'm supposed to do here like okay. I think i want to check. I have always. I don't know like let me. Just start even wanna bet. If i bet what good things can happen. Let's start with that. We could fall out maybe a better hand. We can follow jack. Yeah okay. that's the reason about for that jack. But not that often. Like coon have jack eight. I don't think so. He's got king. Jack queen jack jack. Right so queen. Jackets pair as jack. If it doesn't have the ace of diamonds might fold yup king. Jack probably can't fold though probably not probably in shock. Michael yeah michael. Even without the diamonds maybe depending on. I guess we is it big enough. It'll fall but so we can get a jack default. That's a good thing that can happen. Is there anything else could that can have. We can build a pot so that if we get there on the river we can maybe get more but it'll be the board will be scary. So maybe we get the money now so that way when we when it comes in we we've already been paid because we see we assume we can't get paid if we get there but let me throw this out to you. What if what if we check in coon bets have pot. Where do we do then well. We're never folding. Yeah that's clear. I think we just call don't we. We're doing awful against his range. We are not doing well against his range. But we've got equity against this range. We've strong equity domains. Some i mean the problem is it's not the nut flush raw as we as we see that as a problem. Sure but like kuhn doesn't have the diamonds that office. what does he have. I mean he could have ace jack as queen without the diamonds. He could have those hands. No i think. I think no. He's not getting as jack with ofi betsy. He's betting you're right actually. I don't know if spending games. He's probably just checking back in. Like being jason. Coon like this like figuring out on the river. That's not being jason coon. That's reasonable play okay. But i'm saying like he trusts healed on the river. Could you ever to nine to try and fold out a jack himself or attend himself. Something like that seems pretty ambitious. It does when you can just take the free card and sometimes make a straight and sometimes just had the best hand right. Every every decision ruins had post slop is just like every everything seemed shitty. Yeah all the choices channel. Like i don't like any of it targeting. Just jack feels very optimistic. Like if we're like let's get a jack to fold like really ripe again. What i'm saying. Let's let's finish this conversation..

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"jason coon" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

The Breakdown Poker Podcast

05:59 min | 2 months ago

"jason coon" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

"I think i wonder how much of it is about. I mean look a lot of these guys have run this these numbers so i think i mean they argue. I've seen like really good players. Say to me or talk about like how you just have to basically everything in all these spots and every part of me wants to fight that yeah every part but then i remind myself these guys have looked at the numbers like this is like a field player. I'm the feel player in this spot. They're not you know. And of course i don't wanna be the field player. I want to be the math guy but but it feels so wrong to let like maria. Conaco ver- whatever. Just run all over the bubble. Who am i thinking of real improperly. Am i am. You're right wrote that book. She also won but then properly. I am one hundred percent thing of land properly where she just basically raised and if someone called she bet the flop and if they called you about attorney they called. She moved them all in on the river. Basically with one hundred percent of arrange for like a solid thirty minutes forty minutes was very effective and everybody bent no matter what even the good players who have money like david. Vamp lou did that with top pair. He went call. Call fold and stuff like that. And it's like i don't understand like you can afford to not hit this like men cash like you don't need this twenty thousand so bad like i don't get it. Well it's the same kind of the same thing. Same philosophy behind like rich people are actually kinda stingy. It's a similar philosophy like it's like you become rich by making good decisions. Yeah money over and over again. Right right which is what vamp lose doing in that case against the field against the world like he's he's got a slightly higher value playing it that way then taking a stand right right is not about taking a stand necessarily as a whole but maybe we need to find a way or maybe it's impossible before especially in these final tables for the slightly smaller than the biggest ac people to take a stand and specific way that that works and i don't know what that would possibly be. I mean you feel dumb. When you're the guy shoving like ship shoves a screen going back to jason coon's exact situation. Now we're sending up a spot. Where like all the all the and all the super strong hands call but yet we're taking a stand and we don't allow any more cards to come out right so i don't know. Is that good. Or is that bad. Like i hate shoving fifty blinds into an eight blind effectively shopping fifty blinds right because we make it twenty. We're gonna make twenty two and fourth betting a ton. What does he do if we make at seventeen. Yeah i don't know maybe shove sometimes if you have if he has i don't know if he does. That's that's really rough if we're gonna if we're going to four full the now we're trained at the main event final table with what was it. Pocket sixes a screen with a screen. Actually yeah right. Yeah we're farber like clicked it back and just terms getting amazing price just to call and see a flop but now he thought he was against aces and kings for sure like why. Open that up. Why don't you see if this is why the easiest decision just to call as queen and you get to play post flop jason coon..

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"jason coon" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

The Breakdown Poker Podcast

03:56 min | 2 months ago

"jason coon" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

"Every year. Anyway jason coon. Okay he's on the button. He is second in chips with one. Point one five million at the twenty k. big bind level so over fifty bakes live large. He's going to open with ace of diamonds. Queen of spades to forty k. Cool so far. So good john reardon who kind of i. It's come out of nowhere to be playing all of these events. He's he's got a million hand in but he's playing. You know a bunch of high rollers. So maybe he's a cash game pro maybe as money from something else. We don't really know much about them. Besides that right. Yeah i mean. He won the in june. He won the ten thousand dollar bet. Mix us poker open for one hundred sixty three k. He finished second. This is back. In two thousand eighteen. Now in parliament omaha bellagio ten k. Plays ten case basically and he won w recipe circuit main event. Oh back in two thousand eleven but for two hundred thousand dollars so those are like his biggest scores so we base based on that and based on his. Play this some other hands too. I think he's a cash game. No limit pro okay. Yeah the terminal. Resume doesn't suggest that he would be able to afford to play all of these events correct. Yeah so yeah he might just be a cash game grinder type cool anyway. He's in the small blind. He is a chip leader with one. Point five million. Yeah so doing quite well. He's going to three about two hundred sixty k. With king of diamonds ten of clubs so four exit coons open. Obviously nothing to say about coons open. What do you think about the three about with king ten off here. I'm totally fine with it. I think it's i think it's good. I like the sizing. I like situationally. I really like it. Yeah what are you supposed to do is can you ever forget in this situation with queen. We've got fifty almost sixty blinds here. I don't think it makes any sense to forget at all. Also have we talked about the situation in terms of what the other short stacks are at the table. Because i think there are significant shorts right i can probably find. I'm almost sure there are Which is going to play into this as well. Certainly coon is not a massive short stack anymore. He was start this event or the final table. There's one player with fifteen blinds. Yeah but the next shortest has almost thirty. So it's not that short not that sure fifteen. A fifteen binstock could be gone in a blink right thick ice three betting all in or sometimes even just shoving a lot so coon should be aware of that from an icbm point of view. Anyway yeah i think this is just super straightforward call in the button with queen. Like don't you it depends. I mean like disregarding the situation where kuhn is second and chips in this. I guess if this guy has been hyper aggressive mean we have to have some four bets feel like value and maybe we expand that a little bit. You know the problem is is this value. If we're actually four betting this hand like what are we value means if we get called. Were happy where we can like. We're never happy if we get called up by default to that as well as just kind of exemplifies the power of this three bet this exact situation when you're the chip leader and you're the second person like if cude had thirty blinds you could just jam it and be happy exactly..

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"jason coon" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

The Breakdown Poker Podcast

04:52 min | 2 months ago

"jason coon" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

"Today on the breakdown. It's another jason coon ethic hand. He plays a hand in with it only he can. That's right jason coon. Everyone he makes brainy plays he makes brawny plays. He's smart and he's big anyway. I don't know there's five left in this. Twenty five thousand dollar. No limit holdem final table situation. This just played out by the way in late. June this is the poker go cup and Well jason coon is gonna be faced with a serious decision. Let me say that. I will say i am a little bit perplexed as to how he came to what he ultimate came to. I'm really excited to talk about this on the breakdown. Because i just don't understand how we got to this decision i really would have thought he would have gone into different direction now. He's jason included. I'm not so. I fully acknowledged that you know. I'm sure he has really good reasons for his thought process here but one of the things we do on this podcast. Is we try and figure out why the great players do what they do as best we can. Anyway we're going to delve into a right now. We're going to dive into like scrooge mcduck into some gold coins here on the breakdown. Great dennison in jonathan levy is her second take. That is a.

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Daniel Negreanu Wins Inaugural PokerGO Cup

Poker Action Line

01:05 min | 3 months ago

Daniel Negreanu Wins Inaugural PokerGO Cup

"Poker goal. Event is over with. We've been talking that over the last few weeks and that was played out in las vegas. We had mentioned that alleyoop. Cerovic was a two time winner in early in the tournament in was starting to lay claim. It's one of the best players of the current era but a famous name and stuff winning the player of the series war. Daniel mcgraw new. He is the inaugural poker go championship. Be cashed four times During the event series including win toward the very end of the event and he is awarded the player of the year trophy throw which finished second kerry cats when the high roller took third Meet over a million dollars in that event so some of the top names in the game of poker doing very wellness event. Alex foxton was fifth in the standings. Jason coon seventh and a local. Jake schindler we mentioned one of the tournament's finished in the top ten as well

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"jason coon" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

03:19 min | 3 months ago

"jason coon" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

"Poker tournaments being an all time legend and he came on the podcast and when we shut it down we had an after conversation. Like i do a lot of times with my guests and i was telling him about my business and what i was doing and you know he just said he said. Don't you want to do great things right like i see all this work. It's inspiring to me everything that you're doing like you want this to be great and it was then that i just said fuck. Yeah i do and it. Was this moment of like you know what i am doing. A lot of work and i do want this to be great and i do want it to be huge and i do want it to be impactful and i was like that. That like lightbulb of like. Let's stop pretending to myself that. I'm just trying to like skate by and you know make it right. Let's try to create the fucking best thing that i can and take risks and verbalize. I want to be the greatest poker coach of all time. I want to create the greatest most impactful products that i can for my people and that was game changing for me. I've i've told my private coaching students. I don't think i've said it on the podcast but and we will break here because you have a hard stop at one minute right. Yes so we're fucked for good old like it's interesting and the i find the the insight fascinating i feel like we can keep talking for. We could let me. Let me wrap this up. And then we'll call to action end if that's okay but anyway. After after having the conversation with jason. Coon like i been considering quitting quitting the whole. Deal the podcasting. The coaching everything because last year was not a great year financially. It was a very my worst year as a an adult. Because i invested all my time into the podcast and the business and i had these exit central questions of do. I want to keep doing this. Is this worth it. I can just go back plug right into playing poker and i'm leaving so much money on the table and after i had that conversation with jason coon. I told my wife give me until april first and my goal is to make thirty two k. And profit. And if i don't i'm done like i'm not gonna i'm not gonna spend my wheels. I'm not gonna just keep working on chit that. Like is not moving the business forward. And if. I'm not going to do that then. I may as well just go back to playing poker and from that day. That was my focus. Impacting more people reaching that my financial goal. So that i could keep doing this thing that i loved so much because i let's get it straight. I love doing this. I love coaching people. I love just. I love all of it and on march thirtieth i ran the numbers and my prophet was thirty two thousand eight hundred dollars so i squeaked past it by eight hundred dollars and you know it was..

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"jason coon" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

The Poker Coaching Podcast

03:31 min | 4 months ago

"jason coon" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

"Can talk about that before before we get to the topic of today which is tipped for travelling the poker tournament circuit. Going out there. I felt like i played generally good loose aggressive enough poker. There were definitely a few very weak players in the field which made for the events being very profitable. There's no reagan the tournaments which also makes them very profitable. They give you nice food for free. Makes it very profitable right. All the little things. Add up and i got in the top twenty percent of the field two times in once on the twenty five k. And one senate ten k then just like loss could easily on one hand to not lose right. So i felt pretty good going into the main event and in the main event i just kind of played. Good poker really didn't really get a lot and then to the final table. Something kind of weird happened acclimated video blog. That'll be coming out soon. Where i said something along the lines. I'm going to go in there and try to play pretty insane poker because all the acts are somewhat even when you get to the final table or all. The snacks are someone even turns out. There's a lot of value in the chip leader. Because then you can push people around find. Good they're planning to do that. And then very early in the final table one of the players got down to about one and a half big lines three blinds actually but they took the blinds and to be fair. I have not said he'd a time where i'm a clear medium stack. The big stack is all my left. And even sane sean winter. Good blair shot him. Also go to players. My left. Stephen chadwick on his left. Shoshana ever foles steven chadwick there to be insane as well. It wasn't really sure to play those spots. I probably ended up playing a little bit too cautiously but clinton free fifth-place for sure just by sitting there blinding out a little bit. Definitely give up some out of equity. Do we give up any any real quick. I'm not sure. I'm not sure still not sure. Some people are trying to him to say there was one today. Strack hydroxy obviously normally never felt the extract. The blind had one unhappy blinds remaining right. By where if i raise. I know good and well players. My left are gonna be three betting lot and i have to bowl. You say you could say ribbon in because they read. Anything is a disaster because then you go broke before the one the one line stack right so if you lost like that where it played a little bit on the tight side. that's fine. There's another hand who's funding. I was i pocket tents. Raise i guess seat something like that. Jason coon call the big blind. I think he came nine. What did it come nine blank blank. What the blanks was six five nine five five. It was.

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