17 Burst results for "Phil Helmet"

"phil helmet" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge

Gambling With an Edge

04:45 min | 2 months ago

"phil helmet" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge

"Was pretty healthy at the time. I said, all right, Stuart, tell you what. I'm gonna put you into, but if one time I ever catch you out of that chair, I'm gonna kill you. Obviously I was teasing about that, but that's what I said. I don't even know why I said that, but I said it. So he said, oh, you do whatever you want to do. Just give me the 10,000. He said it in a little stronger language than that. So I put him in the tournament, Mike saxton was babysitting him. He was in the room going to the room with him every night, putting him to bed, this and the other, and we had him clean as whistle. So now, sure enough, he starts breezing through the tournament, that particular year I got down to like the last 24 play, which was one of the first times I ever played, then hold him. I didn't even have a play the tournament because like I said, I bought it hold them. And anyway, when he got down to like 24 players, he said, you know, Billy said, this thing's over weird. It says, they ain't nobody got a chance. And of course, I got an octave right along the end. I knocked it Phil helmet out that particular year right before I went out and was feeling a real good sport about you knocking him out. Oh, it's funny you had asked it. I was with. I didn't want to say that. He got up out of his chair. He says, I can't believe this. People trying to give me their money. He says, I had a pair of tens next to the big blouse in the little blind Oprah with a pair of tens and he moved in on me. And he says, he says, what did you think I had like these two tens of piece of garbage or something? He had two 5s where you're here. But anyway, he made a kill that hand. I mean, they just showed you.

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"phil helmet" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

The Poker Coaching Podcast

06:18 min | 7 months ago

"phil helmet" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

"Okay. Yeah, do your thing. I'll be right back just like no worries. Let's see if anyone wants to come up in the meantime. And once again, thank you guys for showing up today. This was great, a lot of good information. Yeah, good turnout. And yeah, we do it in these once a month. This month was bad. Last month was, who was that? Tristan. We had that app like we had talked with little, so make sure you guys are tuning into these. And if you can't make them, we always put them in the replay room to go back and watch them. If you have any questions. We'll bring up terminator once Brad gets back. Sure. Keep that final question. I have to pick up my son. So I'll probably have to run after this one. No worries. We'll take ten minutes question. I'll hold my questions. And guys also, if you want to see what's going on in the I'm just going to keep talking because I'm a streamer and I can't let dead air just sit here. If you guys are going to see what else is going on on the event section on top of the rooms list in the Discord room is up to date for the whole month so you can see when we have things like this going on, all the studies of groups that are free and available to you guys, both premium and non premium members are in there. All the premium webinars are in there. So make sure you're checking that stuff out. There's like an interested button you can click and then it'll sound loads to your phone and reminders. Just add more value for you guys and to keep you informed. All right, I'm back. There you go. Perfect timing. We got one more question, and it's fun. Tamina. Hey everyone, can you hear me okay? Yeah. Can you hear me now? Yep. I can't hear you, felt. First of all, crazy fixes. Thanks so much for doing these every month. And Brad, love you, total respect for your game. So glad you're here today. Thank you. My question is for Brad. Live versus online play. Is there one you prefer over the other? I don't know. I think they're both interesting and different ways to convenience of online, can't really be weak and then they can Audrey, the feeling of, I don't know how you guys feel just walking into a book room. But when I walk into a poker room and just smell the air, it just feels like it's my place. Here are all the chips clacking. Yeah, I got something very special and romantic about live poker. So I guess probably live program. The more enjoyable. Do you think live poker is considerably softer as a whole or do you think that's not a thing? Yeah. I mean, it's another good thing too, right? Yeah, like if you really think about like a crusher playing two 5 live and win like 50 to 70 an hour, which is like ten big blinds an hour. That's 30 DBs per hundred. That's just otherworldly. And nonexistent in the online poker space. But for earning an experience and to play four tables at once, right? So like getting 300 hands an hour, you can get ten X the amount of money. You can have a higher hourly online, but the games are much softer. I feel like yeah, COVID was hard for me because I didn't even play online until COVID forced me to. And now I've gotten used to online and it has its pros and cons. I just, there's nothing that compares to like playing the smell of the room just like talking, you know. Some of those chips and the library. You don't get that online. No. Almost actually live Booker has a very special place in my heart that I at my wife blamed life over. I've met some of my best Friends in the world, playing live poker. So I really love playing live except I almost never do it. So maybe if I was back in commerce blank 60 hours a week, I would have loved it so much. I'm at 6s playing laugh poker. Online every single time for me. Yeah, I mean, you know, I don't need to have, so. Except for the series. Again, the World Series is something special and I always make it out for that. But I do agree with the whole, you know, the romantic concept of showing the casinos, scoping out the tables here on the chips. Especially when you add something like the series or when I was at the PCA or something, some big landmark, you know, I bet there's a there's an energy, right? You have a big win, you cash out, you get like this stack of hundreds. I mean, yeah, even if you're just walking around, again, like during the series, you know, you're like, oh, there's Brad Wilson. There's fraud Jocko. Oh my God, that's, you know, Phil helmet, whoever, you know, you get to see these people. It's one of the few things where a recreational or a enthusiast can go and kind of rub elbows with the top of the cream. So that yeah, it's cool. I haven't had many people be like, oh wow, that's Brad Wilson. Mama did it for sure. For sure. I've only played live poker one time since I started my podcast. There you go. Here like the great power for Oz, you're the man behind the curtain. All right.

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"phil helmet" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

The Poker Coaching Podcast

08:08 min | 7 months ago

"phil helmet" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

"He has probably something good, and he wants me to bet. But I kind of want him to bed as well. So it's hard. Let's see if the helmet can overcome this young YouTube legend. And the hustle Christina live game and not get crushed by the beast. Your weaknesses you don't stop thinking about content. Hey, by the way, you want to call in. I saw your tweet about the Phil picks up queens. That was last hand. Wins a nice pot. Now he picks up the hand that one in his first World Series of poker main event. Back in 1989, he won that with pocket 9s. It was just a discount and joining us now as promised. In Chicago Joey, Joey and groom, how are you, my man? Tuck what's happening? It's great to be here. Shout out to everybody out there watching a crazy game right now, man. Yeah, you know what's happening, a blatant disregard for the American dollar right now. Yeah, I mean, Phil hellmuth, I'm not sure why he's so short stacked right now. I feel like he should be covered in a lot of these players right here. I'm surprised he doesn't have 600,000 in front of him right now. A little surprised by that talk. Are you though you've seen? I mean, listen, if there's ever a time to top up to 600,000, this would be this might be the spot for you. So I'm just surprised a great guy Phil helm is right. I'm just surprised that he wouldn't have that confidence in himself to go in deeper here. Maybe he thinks he's got that big advantage with that 50 K stack, but just, I don't know, you got MrBeast with one 50 in front of him, so $3 million retail, like a 450 in inventory. I just told the story like three times. He lost a ton of money by tweeting out. I'm gonna give people free chocolate who likes to sweet. Welcome back to Chicago, Joey. As he says, if you think you have a skill edge over your opponents and you are playing a cash game, you want to have more money than them unless you think for some reason you're especially bad playing deep stacked poker. Maybe Phil Hama thinks that he's really bad at playing deep stack poker. And if that's the case, you might as well buy in shallow. But if you think you have a big scale advantage over your opponents, you want to have as much money as possible. The only exception is when the big stacks are on your left and the short stacks are on your right, but for the most part, you want to have a lot of chips at the table. All right, let's get to this hand. Phil helmet limps. The pocket 9s, I guess he thinks they're not good enough for a raise. Then a bunch of other people lamp. Then we see a raise with ace 9 offsuit from slime and the hijack seat over a few lumpers. And I think this is probably fine. It's a big raise, but you know, whatever. MrBeast who seems to be a relatively loose flashy poker player say the least, he opted to call in the cutoff, and then xQc. Re raises to 5000 in the big blind with the ACE2 offsuit. This is not a good play. The reason this is not a good place because you're going to be heavily dominated when you have ACE2 offsuit and you're out of position and you're always going to get called at least by slime and MrBeast who are going to have position on you. So with hands like H two also here, you just want to get out of the way. Background to felon with playing $61,000 deep, I suppose calling with the 9s is fine and reasonable. It feels a little bit shallower second. Maybe he could just rip it in, but I think in this scenario calling is okay. I realize that normally whenever it goes, 12 big blinds, 25 big blinds back to you, you're not in great shape, but if there's ever a game splash with an eyes, this is it. That said, maybe just re raising and getting in is acceptable. Alexandra, who previously lived with the king 8 offsuit, gets out of the way, which I think is a very good play. Some people splash around, but that is definitely not ideal. Allen keying sees a flop with the 8 6 offsuit. Sure, why not? Back over to slime and MrBeast, they both call and see the flop, and we see a 5 way flop with a pop being $25,000 to recap. But go by position. xQc who rearranged from the big blind has ACE2 offsuit, Phil helmet has pocket 9s under the gun. Alan Keating has 8 6 offsuit in middle position, slime, and the hijacked seat has ace 9 offsuit, and MrBeast has a mystery hand. You think MrBeast has a better hand than a pocket knives? Does he at least have to over cards? I guess we'll find out together. All right, let's go to the flop. Interesting. King I flop, not to flop Phil was looking for with 9s. It's looks like Alexander botez is absolutely crushing it right now. Love to see that. Alex. Do you want to know one of my favorite players to kind of come into poker over this past year? You dubbed her in the beginning of the show. You said, you know, queen of chess, but possibly the queen of poker going forward and half a $1 million. I mean, listen, anytime you win $500 in you're thinking about playing more poker. So I'm pretty sure Alex is going to be sending out more messages to people about getting some more games now. They're fine. No, I'm gonna look at them. As long as you don't look at your cards the rest of this hand or I can see them. Oh, everyone's me and do the better. Well, you're right. Ted. Somehow, the flop comes, king queen ten, and everybody has a literal air ball. They have nothing. Checks around to MrBeast. But this amazing poker senses says, you all have nothing? A fire 10,000. Hey, when everyone checks you in a multi way pot, especially when the pot's already big and you got to think a lot of people would be pretty inclined to bet after the last re raise or the big blind checked. You know, if there's ever a spot to make a stab at the pot and try to pick it up, I guess this is it. Good job, MrBeast. I do cool what he has. Let's see if it works. I don't know what MrBeast has, but based on what else everybody else has. Likely he's got the best hand here. Next, you're in an all inner fold. Don't get a call anyway. With 9s. Not a believer. Since we still don't know what MrBeast has, let's analyze this from Phil helmuth's shoes. He is under the gun with a few players yet to act facing a $10,000 bet, which was about 40 ish percent pot. I think with knives on king queen ten, you just have to fold. And the reason is because you have a few players yet to act, you could easily have a pair that may even be slow playing with a straight or something. Not that I think that's all that likely, but it could be happening. And also, MrBeast can just have a random Queen and you're going to lose, right? Now you may say, well, Phil has a gut shot. Shouldn't stick around with his gut shot. The problem is is that if he does get a Jack on the turn, there's no guarantee that he has the best hand because MrBeast could just easily have a random ace. Also, if MrBeast keeps betting on any turn and or river, I mean, what is going to do? Just find a call down with an under pair lower than the board. I highly doubt that's what's going to happen. So this is a spot where, like if we were all in for 10,000 to the 45,000 total pop, maybe Phil could call. But from out of position in this spot, you're going to drastically under realize your equity. So I think you just have to get out of the way. But Phil helmuth, many, many, many times World Series Booker bracelet winner decides that he is going to tangle with MrBeast. Let's see how it goes. Can everyone fall? Mister Phil over there. Interesting. Interesting. Run it. Actually, I'll check. Check around. Who's got it here, Joey? What's your read? MrBeast has a ten. Ten, a ten, yeah. He has probably something good. And he wants me to bet. But I kind of want him to bet as well. So it's fine. We'll do. That's your call. 25. Did he make two pair? Ten three? Okay. I have a queen, so you probably have a kid. You got a queen, you got me. Yeah. Queen of hearts, final hurts. Another great value bet, by the way. He got paid off with ace high. And then fast forward 12 minutes. Do you think that he's putting on a show for the cameras? Or do you think he genuinely gets this incredibly worked up when playing? A nice casual game of poker. Let me know what you think. In the comments section below. Yeah. This is like impossible that I could ever be losing in this game. The man just spent a queen. I called 5000 out.

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"phil helmet" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

The Poker Coaching Podcast

08:18 min | 7 months ago

"phil helmet" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

"So anyway, whatever. Math. You weren't doing anything. Miss ruby should just call here with ten four suited, by the way. You definitely do not want to raise and multi way past in general. When someone makes a bet. On a board that should connect very well with other people's ranges. You in turn don't want to do a lot of raising, just because they're betting very polarized, right? If they're betting very polarized to begin with, then you just don't raise at all. And here you really don't want to raise and they get jammed because you're going to be dominated by stuff like ace of X of spades, some portion of the time that is really, really bad. Keeping my hand up. MrBeast, by the way, has a gut shot and a flush draw. 15 K, 30. $45. Let's think about this. Here he goes for a small race. I mean, I realize this is probably just the default raised to three times whatever the last bet was, but that is not good logic. You just want to be raising a proportionate size of the pot because imagine they bet $1. You want to raise the $3. Obviously that'd be ridiculous into a $55,000 pot, right? So. I think he probably just want to go a little bigger here. You may even just want to shove. I know that sounds kind of insane to say you want to shove with the nuts, but it is so, so, so, so, so easy. So, so, so, so so easy. To be against the hand like king queen. This is going to call it off. That will fold out on bad rivers. Like, imagine the terms in his fate after you make it 30 and they call a king queen. They're probably just going to get out of the way. Imagine the Jack or ten, they're probably just going to get out of the way. I think in this lot, assuming ninja's been splashy, which he has, we just saw that 7 tamer got it all in for a load. This is a spot where I think you want to raise and I realize the stacks are really deep, but your hands super vulnerable to getting out drawn. And in this scenario, you don't care flush draws fold. And there's going to be a lot of flush draws available in a multi way pot. And there's going to be a lot of premium hands available like success, like successors aren't going to fold, but they may end up folding on various rivers if somehow a lot of money goes in and the board gets worse. It's like, I'm very rarely saying you want to rip it in with the nuts here, but from out of position against a bet and a call is just so likely someone has some hand that either has equity or is like pretty good. That's that may not hold. Same unless it's what happens. God damn it. Could you hear this Christ, Tyler? Ninja blevins. Like right here now the 8 tracks are just fold. And notice that that's a hand that was drawing relatively thin. But notice MrBeast with a ten four space, can easily call and try to spike, right? And he's doing so correctly. He always want to make plays that make your opponent screw up. Okay? If your opponents play well, you're not making a whole lot of money. Now you might say, if you jam it all in here, they're going to mostly play well. They're going to fold out ace Jack. Well, yeah, they're fully a strike anyway. Or if they have nothing, say pocket threes are going to fold out. Yeah. But what about when they do have the king queen or the king 9 suited or the pocket 9s, they're just going to call it off every time. What about when they have the flush draw? They may have decided to call it off and that's also fine for you because you're getting all your money that is a pretty big favorite. Tyler. So this was the rebrand. Don't be a sound. I don't want to get too much in the live reads, but certainly doesn't look like ninjas bluffing here. Alex flashes, I would not splash here. I think there's some chance that MrBeast jams, not a big chance, but some chance. And the thing is, is that if you spike in Alan shoes and make a straight on the turn with a ten, you may have a really difficult time getting paid, right? So this is a spot where I think the play is probably just a fault because when you do spike, you're not going to get paid. Can you finish this sequence of actions so you can go? Oh, feel free to leave whenever you like. If you don't like the show, feel free to leave. It's not as it will not bother me. Don't worry. Also, people are here to hear my analysis. We're not here to watch somebody else's YouTube videos and sit here quietly. If you want to watch their YouTube video, go to the YouTube video. Looks really exciting. Obvious call from MrBeast here. All right, three ways. Whoever has the highest speed. For the flesh. Probably. I don't know. I mean that looked a little bit too happy to me. I'm not gonna lie. Notice, remember earlier with the 7th, you kind of like hemmed and hawed. Now it's just like snap all in. No, this is so strong. This is so strong. Look at Phil helmet, by the way, who knows he has a nuts. Look at how could you not? Look at how weird exactly. You see? This is because Phil Hamilton knows that he has a straight and he's sitting here thinking, oh my God. When all the money. You say like this is why you really, really, really don't want to show people your hand because even Phil helmuth is acting out of the ordinary. Fulham before is talking and chatting and goofing off. Now look at me serious. Let's do it. Oh my God. I need you to put now. We'll settle up after. You have me beat. Flip now. Are you on the line? I want to build the suspense. I've got something. I want to build suspense. You get what I feel. I am telling you right now, you'll find me hung in a closet with you ready? One time. I have a personal industry draw. Kind of hair. So what do you have? Ninja all in. I remember ninja showed him the cards, showed fill the cards and then went all in and full double here for ninja. I don't have anything. I just had a pair of forks. I was chasing a flush. It's 45 pounds. Wow. All right, then. Nice hand by, I mean, besides the preflop call mister Reese played the hand fine post swap. So that's good. I think ninja probably should have just ripped it down on the flop because you don't really care if the ten forks would be folds. I mean, obviously, it doesn't make much for one way or the other. 99 cents face vomiting. Okay, then, thank you. $1 million. Oh, here we go. Are any of the problems? I mean, I guess she does have the WPT badge, so maybe one person here. With the procreation. It was a creator category. And there was two other creators. We have limp from xQc. How do you say this? And we know how to say this. xQc obsolete with the Jack 5 lawsuit, probably not a good strategy. Ninja should definitely raise here, I think. Now look, basically a bunch of limps, I guess I only could flash pretty wide if you don't think you can get raised all that often by people you have to act, but in the hijacks you have to worry about cutting butt off button small blind big blind, right? Decent number of people who could raise. So I think I'd probably just fold the 7.6. Very very very interesting. I think we need the bag the game's over. Yeah, you might need to pivot your LinkedIn from ten to 8 or two. She has a she has like queens and I have like a special call. Assuming they're playing the 7 two game at this point, this is a great spot for MrBeast to raise. When it goes, then this is a really nice one to go for the race because when you raise over limps, you're gonna get a lot of folds. If you go to something like 2000 or maybe 3000 and then continuation met the flop, you're gonna pick it up a ton of the time in the 7 to offset game. This is not a spot to limp, because you're just trying to spike two pair. You gotta realize, and multi way pots, you have to make something decent. A lot of the time. You're just not gonna make something decent. A lot of the time. So, you just wanna raise. All right, anyway, let's see what happens. 300,000, I think, right? Oh wait, what happened here? Maybe MrBeast did raise a 10,000. Oh, he did raise. He went gigantic. My man, it was covered up down here. Okay, so now let's recap the action. 10,000. I think that's a little bit egregious. I would have gotten more like three. When you do go ten, you're gonna win it a lot. The problem is you're gonna run into a good hand every once in a while and then you actually lose a lot of money. So I think the play here is to make it more like three. Over to Tom, what do you do with your Tom? We are playing a 100,000 effective. I know it's behind this bar here. We're playing a 100,000 effective. Do we call it or we raise?.

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"phil helmet" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

The Poker Coaching Podcast

08:33 min | 7 months ago

"phil helmet" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

"All day. What the fuck? Nice teamwork, Jimmy. Okay. So I give her this hundred. Everyone. I'm Tom heck into one. This is not expecting unbelievable what they've done to me in this fucking screen. All right, now we're going over here to film. We're gonna have a perfectly clean stream for the rest of the day. Children are watching. I apologize to all the parents and all the children. Happy Mother's Day to all the mothers out there, by the way, realize that yesterday, but thanks to all the mothers. They'll come with a scared off a lot of people from poker. I highly doubt that. You had to realize that most people are never going to play poker with Wilhelm with or anybody like Wilhelm with. Nobody's thinking, I'm not going to play poker because Phil helmet exists. I can guarantee you there's way worse people that you can play against than Phil health. I can guarantee you, okay? Whenever I go to a tournament, I'm not thinking, oh no, I hope I don't run into Phil helmuth. I'm thinking I don't run into people who are like shady, I'm going to try to actively cheat and they're trying to scam me or try to murder me in the parking lot, you know? Like I'm not worried about playing it still humble to act like a baby at the table sometimes. So yeah, don't worry about that. Come on, everybody. It's filled the greatest tournament player ever. So somebody did some math a while back. I don't remember who it was, but they came up with the rough estimate that Phil humph had something like a 50% return on investment in World Series of poker tournaments. 5 zero, which is, you know, good, but probably not greatest of all time. Certainly, he's been around for a long time. He's been playing at a high level for a long time. And just doing that alone will give you good results. You probably no one or almost no one has played as many World Series of poker events as him. Just 'cause he had a head start over, people like Negroni, right? Who also plays a ton? I mean, I have always had nothing but nice to me, but bizarre eyes 50%. I'm sure there are people out there who have played a lot of games that have a higher than 50% ROI. If I got in the philharmonic treatment before, yeah, a few times. It's a lot of fun. It's like, I don't mind it, 'cause why would I care what someone says? You have to have relatively thick skin to play poker. In my opinion, that's the prerequisite to the job. And I don't think he knows what he's doing. I'm not so worried about somebody being unhappy when they lose. People are plenty of happily they lose. I've never worried that Phil helmet is going to assault me, right? I've had to deal with people who are perhaps going to assault me at the poker table or go to their car and come back with a weapon. You know, like I'm not worried about that at all with Philip. Phil how much can you talk to you at least on the table and then go out to dinner 5 minutes later and be perfectly fine, right? So you got to realize that if you think this is bad for the game, I mean, maybe it's like marginally bad. I don't think it's marginally bad. People like controversy. They like villains. I mean, I remember Negroni, talking about this a while back, like would you rather poker be like golf where nobody really gets to talk and they all have to dress up and play nice together or would you rather this be world wrestling where their villains and heroes and crazy stuff happens? And I think maybe the right answer is crazy stuff happens. That's not me and my persona at all. But you gotta ask what we're actually trying to do here. Right? Okay, let's take a look at this hand. If he doesn't know what he's doing, he beats you, does that mean he does not make me get mad? 'cause I could just hate. Once you understand people at playing like that then they're dead. Right, until then I'm like, I'll write off the bat. So in loose splashy games like this, you definitely do not want to raise offsuit hands at all from early position because you're going to get a lot of calls and you're going to be out of position with nothing or a top pair bad kicker a lot of the time, which is not where you want to be. Okay? Same thing with Alexandra calling. You don't want to call from early position, even with a connected hand because you are going to be very dominated by anybody yet to act and by the initial razor. And there's no guaranteeing get paid off if you do spike a straight or something. So you just want to fold these hands. Now ace Jack offsuit to hand that probably does want a three minute as Allen does. Now look, play some loose flashy and sane poker. I'm pretty sure I was really, really good at poker though. Maybe we have to delete that. He doesn't want that to get out. But this is a spot where I think. Three betting is pretty standard. You may even want to go a little bit bigger here like 6000. Not mentioning both as in the title of the stream as a blender. Look, I did not make the title of the stream, so I blame my editor. My editor also pulled up all these hands. I've not seen a single one of them. Okay? Is this like the survivor game that I played? Now, the survivor game that I played was way more cautious passive, et cetera. I get the vibe that a lot of these streamers are very, very, very wealthy, or somehow they come into this money, somehow, I don't know exactly what was happening in this game. I get to buy these people literally don't care about money. This is more like a it's more like a Los Angeles home game where it's a bunch of celebrities who have good paying gigs all the time. Which I have had the fortune to play in a few times or like San Francisco games where you have tech people who have infinite money. Winners of survivor while they're usually well off, they only have a $1 million. You can't play like this with a $1 million. All right, anyway, good for you man. I would have gone bigger though. Have you never played against someone who was tilted from the last hand? Okay, that's a logical measure. And I'm also mad at myself and not calling because it's also possibly you to see that with like some crazy. Notice here, MrBeast calls the ten four suited. If you know people are going to be calling raises with stuff like ten four suited, you want to make it bigger, right? Just because if they fold whatever and if they if they call, that's fine, too, right? You just get more money in the pot. I am that of the game. Here's the thing, what a good girl. I can't blame you. I really can't. Ninja has flopped the nuts, shows filled in checks. All right. Okay. All right, ninja, you don't want to show you the nuts to anyone. I'm going to go ahead and guarantee you this. You never want to show people at the table your hand to begin with. Even if they're not in the hand. But also, but also, you don't want to show people the nuts because then they're going to be like paying attention a little bit more, right? You also want to show people bluffs if you're going to run a bluff because they may be like, oh my God, oh my God, all right? So this is a spot where you don't want to show people anything. I mean, maybe just feel like it maybe you want to be friendly, whatever, but it's unnecessary. That kind of thing is very unnecessary. Because now, what if Phil does something funny? I mean, I don't think Phil's going to do anything, but he might, you never know, right? And you definitely don't want to show your hand to like a random person who's not a player with a really good poker face. Like imagine right now, he shows the nuts to Bill and Bill just goes like this. And just sits there. Or stops talking immediately and starts paying attention. You know what I mean? Like you don't really want that to happen. Okay, so fine, whatever he checks. So this is the spot where I've definitely bet with all of my premium hands that are likely to get out drawn. They're decently vulnerable, right? And so right here on king queen 9, it's decently likely that someone has some sort of a draw. Or two pair or something that will pay you off, right? So you just want to bet, you want to bet pretty big. Exploitatively. That might be a tell. I don't know. What are you thinking? No, I was just trying to figure out. Oh, I'm sorry. This went, that all that analysis all went out of the window. I forgot that Allen three bed. You all have me distracted with all the chat. My apologies. We definitely should have checked the track ten there. My apologies. Definitely check over to Allen, who's gonna bet this spot, a diesel to mount a fountain doesn't bet MrBeast will bet a lot too. So, okay, fine, fine, fine. My apologies. Bad analysis. You all got me confused. Okay. Check the Allen. I would just check this Alan shoes. It's so likely someone's gonna call you. I mean, I guess if you want to triple it off, you can. Alan's known to triple it off, everybody is pretty deep stacked. Imagine you met 15 here, get called pots goes to what, 65, 70 something like that, that turned for 50 jam river. Sure. I don't hate it. It's like an okay hand to do it with I suppose if you are going to have some bluffs, I guess you'd rather have a flush draw..

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"phil helmet" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

The Poker Coaching Podcast

08:10 min | 7 months ago

"phil helmet" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

"50. Yeah. Alan, you're at two, right? And then ninja is at 50. How much do you owe me a hundred? Hundred. Oh boy. MrBeast wakes up with the king and the king. So, let's observe the scenario. How much does Alexandra have? That's important. She has 246 K. How do you get 246 K into the pot playing 102 hundred. So I do know mister beast plays very absurd. I've watched a few hands of his from earlier in this room and he plays blatantly absurd. And if you play blatantly absurd, I think the right play to do here, given that I've seen him acting early, he's like, all right, let's do it. And then just put in something like 80. That's gonna get called by Alexandra a lot. It fell helmet has anything, then he's probably gonna pop it in, right? Because he's seen MrBeast play in saying, I think the play here, I know it's gonna be hard to come up with this in game. It's to say, Bill, how much do you have? Knowing already Phil has 83 K, right? And knowing that Phil has 83 K, he goes, Phil, how much do you have? He's gonna take a minute, count out roughly 83 K, they say, I'll do that much and put in that much. As if you're trying to target fill, right? That will ideally make Alexandra, I think that you're not even paying attention to her for whatever reason. And that's gonna make her presumably overvalue whatever hands that she has, right? I realize again, that's very, very difficult come up with in real time, but I'm just trying to teach all of you again how to think about these spots. If you are playing in these loose absurd games, which believe it or not, I actually do happen at medium and high stakes, especially in home games. So there you go. Some people are saying some of these players are beginners. Yeah, I know that. I mean, but being a beginner is not an excuse for poor play, right? I mean, I guess it is an excuse, but it's not a good one. You just gotta realize that I'm attempting to show you things that people are doing incorrectly and also how to take advantage of things that people are doing incorrectly. And so anyway, mess that up. All right. So yeah, Phil, how much do you have? All right, that much. I wouldn't even say a number. I was like, put in like a hundred K or something. That'd be a pretty, pretty savage flag. Okay. After this, I'm just gonna give her you can transfer your dad to her and all over her three hours. Yeah, that's easier. I'll do it after. Well, yeah, no one has this made shit. So I'm just gonna go ahead and give her a hundred now. It doesn't matter. She also does 30,000. Okay, okay, MrBeast is trying to give back alone to Alexandra so that she has more money to lose to him in this hand. That's fantastic. And after this, I'm gonna give her one. I wish I had X if I have good luck. Oh, the good luck. Fuck it. We've been doing good. We gotta be kidding me. Back to Phil, easy, all in. Ten easy all in for filming what are you gonna do? Queens and kings. What do you have? Big bear? Good content. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. How are you? That was pretty good. How do you think she's up $800,000? I think she's a gangster, but still. I appreciate it. That sounds a little extra again. By the way, high correlation. By the way, if it goes, remember what Rey's call into the gun? Bill three best big. Alexandra's three best gigantic. Yeah, only 12, 1200 big wise deep. Odds understood to gigantic. MrBeast's cold calls Phil's not to put his money in. This was the Volt for the tent. It sucks, but what are you going to do? That's why I don't want to put in 30 though. You don't have to put in 8 or 9 or ten, and then be able to fold into save 20 K. I mean, I don't know. Our case study here. I don't think she's that good at chest though. Thanks a lot. Well, that was a conversation. That's on the difference. She's good, but you know. Bill Cole? Don't just call it. I hate the just call here. I think they just call us pretty bad. MrBeast's range is going to be wide open. Now I realize I realize that MrBeast has been playing a ton of hands. But here what you really want to have happen, I think, is for you to jam Alexander a call whenever she has. MrBeast then call her every as. And get all the money in. Because now what's going to happen is imagine imagine one of the players does have a skin in the flop comes whatever, 9 three two. You're not going to stack a skin anymore, right? What if they have ace Jack suited? Then, you know, you're not going to stack them. So you got to realize and fill out only 55 K more, 56 K more and pile is going to be humongous. He would rather get it all in. It seemed like a lot of people are complaining in the chat about Phil how much they're loving Phil helmet. You gotta realize. People who are very polarizing draw attention. There's a reason, John is a little is not the most popular video blogger or YouTuber in this space, because I'm not all that polarizing. Sure, some people don't like me. Some people love me, but polarization drives attention, whether it be good or bad. And it opens what you're trying to accomplish in life. I personally don't want to walk around with a bunch of people not liking me. Phil seems to not care all that much. Or maybe he does care, and you know, he just is doing what he's doing. But I am not here to discuss the merits of Phil Hamas behavior at the poker table. That's been discussed by plenty of people plenty of times. Anyway, a sex act. Check fold now for Phil. Check fold out from MrBeast. Caram poker. Oh, and what a thank you. Terrible flop for action. Notice by the way, if MrBeast had just done what I said, make it 80, fill the cold, gun back around to Alexander, she would have called, probably. And then they would have gotten a lot of money on. Maybe she went to jam for all I know, all right? Gonna kill all the action you'd think. Nobody likes the ace in the flop. 5000. All right. I would have literally never done this in my life. I don't know what Phil's trying to do here. What are you trying to induce a raise? I guess you don't want to check and have her jam with tens and then you fold out. That would be terrible. Maybe about 5 instead, they can maybe presume they're going to call with worse every time or call an underpay every time and you don't lose that much more money. This seems like torch in 5000. I mean, I think it's just an easy check fold, but whatever. By the way, huge thanks to the hustler Christina lie for making this stream letting us use their footage. We are not stealing this footage of some people do. Give us full rates to use the footage as we see fit. So thanks to them for that. Yeah, she'd like $25. By the way, with Thames here, you got a call. It's an underlying spot, but if you put in 5, you can conceivably win a ton if you do spike a ten, right? You're getting amazing product. I was getting 20 to one pot on plus implied on here. Remember all of these too, same thing. Yeah. King's still good. Yeah. This feels still betting. I'm like trying to remember what I had. What is now a 124,000 MrBeast? Gonna win this 91% of the time. 9 of hearts doesn't change that. I like when Phil does it. Oh. Check, check, check, and MrBeast wins a huge one. Everybody. Is that ace versus that I would have gotten so much harder? Here at all you. We did. Bill, how'd you not go all in pre fun?.

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"phil helmet" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

The Poker Coaching Podcast

04:19 min | 7 months ago

"phil helmet" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

"Just start over with different hands? I want twice twice. No, what are we pussies? I want one. Okay. Wait, wait, so one for twice one for once, what do you want? Everybody's got to agree. Once I'll leave it up to you guys. I don't care. We're doing one. Come on, guys. I want just like an intense. I want to see it on Twitter. It means an eclipse. Yeah, I just want one Twitter clip where I walk away with three kids. It was more fun. This game is going to be over 35 minutes. What are a little short on camera? I was for me, I'm very weak, AC. Open? It's 9. Crush. Dominated. Only. All right. Please tell me a complete. I'm dead. Don't do it. Only protest would call it an 25. I like your hand. It's so fucking clubs. There are zero Allen Keating with this three and a half big wine stack. Maybe four bit wine sack. Not a whole lot of big wines. He has to go with it with the ace three of clubs. I think once Alexandria tanks a little bit and then calls, you would think she's going to have some hands like king Jack or, you know, ten 9 suited in a range, right? This is sliding to splash around that are close. So I think you have to get it in with the ace three clubs, or even though we see in this scenario island is not in great shape. The nice thing, though, about a suited ace, is that it's never in that bad of shape. So he gets it in over onto MrBeast. He was ready. He was primed. He just pops it in there with a queen 5 offsuit. I mean, sure, I guess, with three big blinds what can you do? Background Alexandra, she makes the call, and we are off to the races. Oh my God. A three. So everybody pairs butt beast. Everyone but me. What is everyone but me? That means you're 6 left for you kangly. Out in the hell can someone do that? I'll call it right now. This is a queen. I'm calling it right now. This is a queen. No queens. I will literally tip you $20,000. You better put a queen there in your best interest. Magic had $20,000 if you could put a queen on the river. 20 grand. Even magic can't do that. And botez again, are you kidding me? Female poker murder. Did you crack it just now? Jimmy, you realize how you took that? You told me I have like ten K Len. 50,000. Bro, where did my luck go? I've never been this. Bokeh is gonna break the game. I'm pretty sure she's at 600 KG. She didn't rebuy. 50,000 to 600,000. Of course. Besides her. I mean, what the fuck did she called $50,000 for the ace 9 offsuit? And I'm losing in this fucking game. What the fuck? I do. Shut up. What is happening? What is that? Well, at least at least we're getting steamrolled. At least I know, at least I know she'll do something. Sweet girl is bawling. She's gonna see the handle they fix the weight she happened. Okay, too soon. Stealing from them. I'm sorry. All right. Well, how much money do I have left? Like fucking 13 grand. What are we doing after this? Take off after 300 or something. And just like that, Alexander scoops up all the chips. Everyone's essentially celebrating with her, except for Phil helmet, he's sitting in the corner of her morning as bad luck. How could you call the 50,000 with the a sign offsuit? Well, to be fair. It was two big wines. That's weird for safe. If you enjoyed today's episode of weekly poker and do me a favor, click the like and subscribe buttons below. I would appreciate it. I realize I will never have 900 million subscribers like some of these people. But, you know, every little like and subscribe helps. I appreciate all of you being here. Thank you for being here. Thank you to let me in this game next time, and I can put 50,000 in with the ace 8 and get called by the a 9 two. Talk to you next time..

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"phil helmet" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

The Poker Coaching Podcast

07:37 min | 7 months ago

"phil helmet" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

"When the world famous YouTube star MrBeast's head to the hustler casino live stream, you know the they are going to be fireworks. And the table with them. It's Phil helmet, who is known primarily for his poker antics and every once in a while it's poker accomplishments. All of MrBeast's 95 million subscribers. Are excited to see him get in there and battle and put in the very casual $25,000 straddle. Blind without looking at his cars. This is a $25,600 straddle for MrBeast. He's had enough. This is going to be somewhere in the neighborhood of a $300,000 flip. I've waited all game for this moment. Let's see, if in this hand, MrBeast can beast. The very popular test screener, Alexandra botez. Both guys are going to break the game. Strap in. This is a wild one. I haven't looked at my cards yet. So if I struggled with you? Yeah. So what would mine be? Sorry, I looked after I put mine in them. That's right. Who cares? Sorry. 25 6 if you want to shuttle. All right, I'll show you. All right, what is the biggest straddle have you ever played against at the table in terms of big blinds? Let me know. In the comments section down below. I've hit the point of not caring anymore. What do you want to do? I'm not going to blind all in. 50. I don't have 25 cents. You have to. Blind all in. Do you think I blindfold? I don't think. Do it for the memes. Do what it means. It's a good clip. I think it's amazing. You line on you win this watch? Look at the pot. This is a $25,600 straddle for MrBeast. He's had enough. I'm so glad I didn't do it ninja. I'm so glad I didn't do it. It's going to go like 9 months. Is it me? Oh yeah, I'll follow up on that. You straddle 25. I'm all in. About 55,000. And this is something I expected maybe the first hand. But about an hour and 30 minutes into our broadcast. Once is great. The problem is we struggled 7 times. And then he makes it unfunny. One more content. Yes. Why? Because he wants to buy that. The pot of this, you don't know what you're saying. You are only. You know what? You owe me a boat test, so I don't mind if you call. If you were. What about taking advantage of our stupidity? I'm so happy to say that. What about it? Why would you all in? What do you mean? He's not gonna call 26,000. 20 K family pot, all right? Wait, how much do you have? About 50 pounds. Wow. I believe the term is. Kebab ordering time. Alex, you have tank with ace 9. We can see she's got Phil beat. So it's like half an hour. There's a call. Are you trying to do the chips? Ellen is H three, by the way, does he call gamble? With Phil helmets, two big blind stack, he opts to go all in, which is fine. I realized that ace 8 is not a great hand by any means, but with a two big blind effective stack, you have to get it in there. Yeah, you're going to get called basically every time, but you're going to be a little bit ahead on average, and for that reason, you just got to pop your money in. Now, over around Alexander, she has a tough spot because while she's in great shape against helmets, two big blind all in range, which won't be any two cards by any means, but it's going to be like okay hands, many of which she's going to dominate. She has to worry about the players yet to act. And in the scenario, helmet has two big blinds with some of the players you have to act to have more like three and a half big blinds. I know it doesn't sound like a lot, but it kind of is. And whenever we are playing for a large chunk of money, I mean, you got to remember, we're putting $50,000 in or perhaps more, you probably want to have a little bit something to something decent to call off in this spot. That said, I do think ace 9 is good enough. And in this scenario, I think I would have gone all in instead of just called because when you just call that may induce some players get to act to put in 50 to see the flop. And then just try to realize their equity. I think you'd rather shove and get them to fold out, stuff like Queen 7 suited or whatnot, right? Like you don't really want those hands in the pot. But it's not that big of a deal. Alexandra makes a call and I definitely think that is a good, strong, reasonable option. Let's see what else happens. To get them all, but you can get some. Wait. I have to call. 50,500. Do you know yet? About 50 minutes. Okay, so another 56. 56 hill. This pot is a $152,700. Oh my God. And add another. 55,000 to it. How much do you have? I'll let you go. And now we get an all in over the top. So let me get 56. I'm all in. Okay. Take it off. This is going to be somewhere in the neighborhood of a $300,000 flip. I guess? You think I would make sure I don't want to do it. So if you all in and what do you have? We could have like a 200 K pot. It's definitely already, yeah. Oh, really? Let's fucking go. It's 252,000 and growing two 77. I've waited all fucking game for this moment, okay? Good news for MrBeast. He has live cards. Bad news. He's behind. I just want to know what it is. Okay. At least 25,000. Can we color those up, please? I don't know why I was handed them. 22. Noise at this point. Bro, this is color, you know? I feel like one of them is going to call it and this is going to be a fucking funny money going on here at hustle casino live just insanity. 25,000. This is going to be a handful. Let's go, let's get everyone in. You know what? I love you. 25,500. 25 calories. I don't think I tried to throw it in the slot today. Ricochet. 25 5. 5 more hundred. Oh, you're in. There we go. Are you enjoying that? Is this four way? Yeah. Yeah. 45 miles. You can see the equities running pretty close. I mean, Alex is the favorite with ace 9. That's 80, 80, 80, two 50. 339,000 in there. 25 5, right? Yeah. So this is three. Over 300 K now in the pot. Alexander calls 25 to 5. Looks like 339,000 now in the pot. You didn't want to just add it all. Put it in. I did. I did, I put it all in the mix. Okay, so this one. And now it's all up to magic. Our dealer. One of the 8 cameras. Will white magic strike? Will it be Phil helmet fans? All right, can't do anything. Once or twice, once or twice. Wait, twice. I want twice..

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"phil helmet" Discussed on Ante Up Poker Magazine

Ante Up Poker Magazine

04:44 min | 10 months ago

"phil helmet" Discussed on Ante Up Poker Magazine

"But this guy took it to that second level, right? He put the time in for the joke. And said, when this is a general Phil helmet, we do this, right? That's the baseline joke, right? Yeah, right. The funny joke is taking up that next level and say that Phil helped me to do this, but it would only get a one armored pet. Right. He's singing the industry as well as the person. Yes. Exactly. It's a very well crafted teeth tweet. So very, very, very happy. It's like the Jordan rules, except they tell me. Yes, exactly. Somebody needs to write that book, the helmet rules. Rule number one. There probably will help me the rights that, you know. Rule number one, he sets the Geiger counter to ten. Helmut, what did you call it the hell you temper tantrum? Guide it down and what that counter? For the better thing. I got two shows left to come up with a better name for that. So I'll work on that. But I mean, you gotta love the title of the tournament. The goal dragon. That is awesome. Goes back to like that iron chef thing that you were talking about last week, right? Yes. That and he drops the like the octopus from this guy and yes. That's awesome. I just like how one hell docile. Japanese people are in this, we just mentioned. But then how intense they can get at the same time. I mean, they're just so creative. We don't. And they're docile the things that we get upset about. You know, if we had this tournament, it'd be called something like the American burnt hot dog. You know what I mean? If we tried to name stuff like this, you know. Yeah, but that's not a really good name 'cause you can't really over burn a hot dog. It always had those means of Facebook. Where do you like your hot dog, you know, one to 7, like 7 is like this charred black bricket and people are like, I want 8..

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"phil helmet" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

The Poker Coaching Podcast

08:15 min | 11 months ago

"phil helmet" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

"Deuces for Helmut. People wonder how Phil helmuth wins. Poker tournaments. Positivity. And trips. If JC's gonna bet your needs to bet minimum fill, thrilled to see the JC is firing out a bet here. Slightly bigger than minimum. I think you just wanna go minimum. Whenever you do limp small blind, often it is best to just bet frequently and small on the flop because your opponents are generally going to overflow. Like imagine Phil had, I don't know, 8 7. In this scenario, right? I mean, he's just going to fold, but at the same time, if he's getting three to one pod od or whatever it is, he kind of starts needing to stick around if he has any diamond, right? So it's the spot where you can bet frequently and tiny, I think, especially if you're a limping range contains aces or twos. Certainly, he has two 40 fill, just okie dokie. I'm just going to call. Definitely call with the trips here. No need to raise, because if you're against an ace, you're going to win a ton of money anyway. If you're against a two, well, it doesn't matter if you're against a flush straw. Yeah, you'd rather charge it, but you gotta realize Jason's gonna have a whole lot of garbage and JC will bluff. Trying to disguise the strength 8 of hearts on the turn, JC might be wising up, he checks. Check. Check check. Oh, tricky, tricky, tricky. I'm kinda surprised how it didn't just bet there. It's a spot where you should not have a whole lot of asex, 'cause you'd raise a lot of it pre flop, right? And if that's the case, then there just aren't that many tubes, right? So if helm is gonna float the flop wide as he should. He should feel somewhat inclined to bluff the turn decently often with stuff that has no showdown value, like ten 9, and Jack ten and stuff like that, right? So given he has a lot of just total nonsense hands. They would like to bluff to get her king high Queen high, drag high, et cetera to fold. He definitely wants to betting with his twos, I think. So surprised how much that bit with the stews. That said, helmet gets really tricky. If you have watched any of the coverage of Phil helmet, I've actually reviewed a bunch of his hands on my YouTube channel. You know that he gets tricky sporadically, but I think you probably just want to put in a small bed here or a medium bat. And JC actually has to call here, I think, with king high. If he's anywhere, if he thinks that bluffing appropriately. Hard. A 6. JC was just king high. He's going to check again. Pretty pretty rough river because now you're having a harder time getting paid by king high Queen high, et cetera. In this spot, you always want to ask what am I trying to get called by? I'm trying to get called by not an ace, 'cause you gotta put it in ace with that turn or river. Obviously, twos are element. So we're trying to get called by king high or like, what, a pair, but a lot of pairs are gonna raise pre flop, although some do limp. I think you've just got to go small. Like nose pots a million. You'd love to be able to blast it in that big and get full value from an ace or something like that, but it's just so hard to be against the names. So I think if you are going to bet, you probably typically want to go on the smaller side from an exploitative point of view from GTO point of view, I'm sure you're mostly supposed to bet big in the spot because you have a lot of flushes. And probably no trips. Anyway, I like a small to medium bet for the most part, it's most players. Just king high on the river. I would be surprised if he pays this off, the flush draw got there. Not a lot in the way of bluffs that Phil can get to the river like this with. Tony says that, but I would not be shocked if helms just like Jack ten. Jack ten of spades, right? Jack ten of hearts for all I know, right? Now you might say, wouldn't he bluff those on the turn? I mean, I don't know. If he's not if he's only betting those hands on the turn and not betting the twos or a lot of twos clearly as we vary in balance, not that matters are not even cared about that so much. But this is a spot where some people will have bluffs. Well, how much have a whole lot of bluffs? I don't know. I don't know about that. You know, a ten 9 or a 7 high or something? Why wouldn't you just bet the turn? Or why would he call the flop to begin with? So I expect JC to fold here. Even though he's fairly high up in his range with king high? There's another part of it. You gotta realize, when JC checks the turn and then checks the river. He has basically no twos and basic an oasis and basically no flushes, right? So if he has no twos or aces and flushes, and he didn't raise pre flops, I don't have a whole lot of pairs. What are the best hands in his range? Well, king high, or a random 8 or random 6, right? And he will have some random mates and random 6s that can certainly check and call the river. But I think king Heisman good enough to call a half pot bet from GTO point of view. But again, when you're playing against Wilhelm, you're not living in GTO, and you're living in his white magic land as he calls it. And in that world, you have to start making some big fold. And some big calls, so depends on what you think he's doing. Is that you just. You want to be right, maybe I can make this call and see how it feels good to react to it. So it does make the call. So what's happening? Always has it. It's turning your wrap up. He'll help you with the poker brat. Three players remaining. Grinders for life makes a good comment. You probably want to have a diamond in your hand when you call the king high. And I definitely think that's probably true. Let's open another pack see what we got. If you all enjoy the show, do me a favor. Click the like and subscribe button. Emanuel said you voted for me. Thank you. I appreciate it. If you all just start tuning in. I'd appreciate it. If you spend one minute and go to poker coaching dot com slash vote, I'll type it right here in the chat. Poker coaching dot com slash vote. You can vote for me for the people's choice for poker personality right in. You have to literally go here and type in my name. Jonathan little, probably spell it correctly, who knows if they count incorrectly spelled Jonathan little. Should I type my name here? I'll type it right here. Make it all easy for you can put cut and paste. Anyway, you all voted for me. We want that trophy. Last time they had the awards, there was no 2020 awards. So I'm the reigning poker personality of the year. Would you believe that? Who'd have thought? And anyway, if you appreciate all the work I do here, I would appreciate your vote. All right, let's take a look. Who do we have next? I messed this up last time. Let's try not mess at this time. All right, we have Joey kudin. I know nothing. Oh, I have played with Joey. You know what? One time I played with Joey. And he said something, what was it exactly? Something along like, I think, I'm trying to forget the exact context. I think it was at borgata, but I forget exactly how he said it. But he basically said, after he lost a pot, he was kind of pissed and I told him to relax a little bit or something. You know, trying to mess around and loosen up, seems like a nice guy. And he said, show me a good loser, and I'll show you a loser. I thought it was so funny. Show me a good loser, and I'll show you a loser. Meaning if you're a good loser, it means you're a loser. All right, well, I got Darren Elias. He wins all the tournaments. And one of my favorite poker players, oldest shimmy on, I actually sat next to him in the $100,000 buy in tournament at the World Series this year. And he got super unlucky over and over again. Oh, I like all that a lot. I don't know why I like all I laugh probably because he just crushes me the poker table. All right, let's take a look at Joey. Thank you all for voting. I appreciate it. Brian finds himself with a pocket 7s facing arrays from Joey cowton. Brian Hastings, the guy named stinger online, who's been around for forever. Played tons of times sometimes times of high stakes heads up. Joey raises it up, 7 zs are caller three bed. Mostly called it with the final table. One thing you'll see is that whenever you have a pair in ICM scenarios, you often want to call. And you're going to find you want to three about more stuff like the best a sex type hands. And a lot of asex blockers as a blouse is a little bit different than normal chippy poker scenarios. And essentially, you really want to have a blocker to your opponent shoving range, because you really don't want to get it all in. So it turns out you want to be re raising with a whole lot of asex and yours absolute best hands and.

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"phil helmet" Discussed on The Grid

The Grid

07:19 min | 11 months ago

"phil helmet" Discussed on The Grid

"That it just felt like actionable advice. You know, you feel like you can't speak up, you feel like trapped, stuck, start making moves. Start raising. It was just that outlet for them to be able to exercise some power. And it's funny because one twin is like the confident twin and ones like the shy twin. And all of this was coming from the sky twin. And I've actually seen her bluff, and they're good. They're strategic was more than, you know, I've seen a lot of women. And I think it was really just being in that environment where it's confidence building. I love that, though. I love that story about the women's conference because I think you're right. You need a combination of fun and reality. We want to make the world better. We want to hear about the problems. But we also want to just enjoy ourselves and admire women who have done great. And I really like your book. A girl's guide to poker? Because I do feel like it's so much fun and a lot of my work with girls and women in ches. My new book, chess queens, is about that as well. Let's look at the problems that women face, but let's also do it with storytelling and with games and fun. I think that mix is the best way to touch people. In any case, the aggression is such a great lesson. I mean, I also have a theory that I think is relevant to poker power and to women in Americans in general, especially parents. Which is that, in many ways, it is a logical to be risk averse. Because money lost is more painful than money earned, right? The more the less you have of something, the more valuable each dollar is, which is also true on tournament poker. In this true in life, too. If you had a choice between having zero or 2 million, 50% of the time or having 1 million all the time, you always pick the 1 million, right? For logical reasons. And most of the women when teaching on corporate classes are women that are used to making logical decisions. You know, they work for big companies. They have high graduate degrees, and I think they're like they're trying to make optimal decisions. That's right, because it's part of poker power as part of peak 6, which is an investment company, which the bread and butter is of trading options. What is like your earliest memory of poker? I have two. My earliest earliest memory is I was 7 years old. I was in second grade. And my dad from the drugstore from Rite Aid. He bought me this battery operated handheld video poker game. It's almost like the slot machines. You know, we were trying to make like a flash or straight, trying to hold choose which cards to hold and which shards not to. So it's like a video poker game and I brought to school and I played it until the batteries died. And I remember just really liking thinking through it. It wasn't how to play poker, but it was hand rankings. So I am therefore new. 5 spades is like a flush. So that I remember, and then I remember my dad he bought an exercise machine in our TV room and he would always watch poker to it. Watch poker while working out. And I would think this is the most boring thing ever. And I would be like, why are you working out watching poker? And it's funny because even to this day, if I watch poker, I'm doing it more to relax. Thank you. That's more of a calm type thing. And my dad says, it's a thing that most kids is adrenaline going. So he's like, loves it and I just remember growing up with that. And he did have those books, you know, like Daniel Megan's book and Phil helmet's book. And I remember I took the quiz when I was little from Phil Hemi's book, which kind of animal are you? And obviously I'm like 8 years old, so I'm the one that never holds the elephant. I remember all those times with my dad and you know I think I'm very lucky in that a lot of people are in poker from their fathers. And then I think there's this natural question when you start playing, especially in the casino level, as my dad really that good. You know, like did I get good advice? Do you know what you're doing? And you know, my dad, he is completely a recreational player. He never played a tournament before I started playing. But his kind of like recreational game as he plays 5 ten. And he plays in Los Angeles. So, you know, I'm very lucky to have such a smart intelligent person and I think makes smart intelligent poker player, but also in terms of the tag team with our with our strengths and weaknesses. I'm more like firecracker, my dad's more solid, usually. I think speaking to a solidity, I started trying to drag him to tournaments. And he realized that he had no idea what he's doing. So I set him up on an online poker website with free rolls. And the way these free rolls worked is that there are about 7 hours, and I want to say also like 700 players, if you get tenth place, you get 25 cents. If you get first place, you get $2 and 25 cents. And remember that my dad's normal game is a 5 ten. But anyways, so my dad, he starts playing these like crazy. And I'm starting to get text from my mom, like what is your dad doing? I put three in the morning on the computer. Why is he playing this blah blah? And then I start getting text from my dad like, hey, I'm in the top 20. Came at the final table. And over the course of three weeks, my dad had over $4 in that account. Which is really, really difficult to do. And you know, and he said, and he was just, but he's such a student of the game and of life, and he was like, you know, I learned to be like super aggressive, you know? Like I would have never considered going all in with a pair of aids. And then when you're playing a free roll, it's like the nets seen everyone's all in first hand. The last thing that he said about that, too, is he said, it doesn't matter who you are. When you've been playing for 5 hours, when you have this time investment, people care more about their chips than playing a 5 ten. You know, he said that was real intense poker. Yeah, that's a poker player right there. You know, I played with I caxton and Vanessa pelops and charity tournaments. And I'm telling you. They're ready to win the hat. No stop playing any ham there, you know, perfect that size and ranging people. Yes, I do love to see that. That competitive vibe that goes beyond the money because of course when you're teaching young people, you don't play for real money, right? But you have to kind of instill the value that you're trying to win no matter what. That's the only way that it's good training. Otherwise you don't really learn anything. If you can't force yourself to model it, it matters. You have so much experience with coaching from poker power and you also teach a poker class at Santa Monica. Is that right to college? Yeah, so I've been teaching at Santa Monica college. It's a community college. Probably do it again next year. I already talked to semester this year, 2021. An online 6 week overcorrection. So what is your biggest lesson for those listening at home who want to give a little poker lesson to a friend of theirs or maybe their significant other? What are some pitfalls that people encounter when they're trying to teach the basics? You know, I taught a poker bachelor party once. This is a girlfriend and I'm wise idea. They're like, what could our husbands do? You know, that's like a guy's thing, but it's not like going out clubbing. And so they hired me, I taught this poker workshop and then they have like a dealer deal a tournament, right? And so it was kind of like that same question. It's like they kind of casually knew a little bit, but what can they learn that really like shapes them up? And.

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"phil helmet" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show

The Bernard Lee Poker Show

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"phil helmet" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show

"Yes, the attendance was down, like you said, about 20, 30%. But that's primarily because you're European players couldn't come over. Unless they were the real committed ones who spent two weeks prior to kind of get into the country through Mexico or Canada or whatever it was. Thank God Cory Alden did that where I did that or else we wouldn't have a new champ. But I think that the only the difference, as I said, plain wise, I don't think it really felt much of a difference. First of all, whether you had 90 tables or a 110 tables, how are you going to feel the difference? But I think the difference that you felt was the outside events, right? I knew of years where people literally made their summer living playing sitting goes. And the sitting goes were just packed every single day. The lines after line after line. And I remember going by one time and there were three of them going. And I was like, wow. Satellites were canceled, unfortunately. Cash games were going. I think that if there was one thing that was still there, cash games were still going. Daily tournaments, which we have seen in the thousands, which we have seen first prizes of 20 $30,000, those were down as well. So I think that the events themselves, which, of course, is really the center of the World Series. They went off very well. I think the extraneous stuff, not so much. And understandably, like, if you're going to go to the World Series and be a spectator or play cash or play these dailies, why are you going to go this year? This isn't the year to do it, right? All of us we're trying to win a bracelet. We're going to go. You give us a vaccine mandate. We're going. So I think that, like you said, a success. Absolutely success. And I like your statement. I think it might have been better than they expected, because it could have been what some people feared was just going to blow up and it did so. Good to the World Series. Great that we had a successful 2021. And of course, 2022 is right around the corner. There were a lot of stories. Let's talk about the main event. Obviously, that was a lot of stories in and of itself. Especially with all the coverage, but there were a lot of stories at the World Series. And let me kick it off by I think that it's the number one story. It was the guy who lives, breeze, WSOP, has said that he wants to win 24 bracelets that he will win 24 braces. This is a quote from him, not me. He picked up his 16th this year. He set a record for the most final tables with 7. He finished runner up in player of the year for unfortunately the fourth time. And, you know, he had his controversies, you know, he filled being Phil, but the poker brat is alive and well. Phil helmet an incredible run at the beginning, taking over player of the year. Had a little bit of a run at the end and finished runner up in the big pot limit overhaul to Jeremy awesomes who won his second bracelet. Daniel finishing third and Daniel and Phil finishing two three ultimately to Josh Ari incredible what Phil helmes did. Congratulations to him picking up his 16th bracelet. And I will say guys I'm going to take another one here, sorry..

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"phil helmet" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show

The Bernard Lee Poker Show

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"phil helmet" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show

"I've been talking with a lot of bracelet winners this summer. And we've talked a lot about their game that they won. So, you know, I have done this many times on the show for the people who are loyal listeners to my show. Everyone knows that douche to 7 is the game that I talk about. I profess. I love it. I travel across the country. Literally flown to LA to play in the LA PC just deduced to 7. That was it. I literally went over there to play that, maybe one other event and flow all the way back to Boston. So I love deuce to 7. So I'd love to kind of get your thoughts about deuce to 7. And for people who are listening, they've heard me say a lot about it, but obviously it'd be great to hear the 16 time WP bracelet winner talk about deuce to 7.2. What are a couple of piece of advice for people who, you know, they only see no limit in front of it and go, I'll play that. You know, like, so what did piece of advice would you say to players who are considering playing it and you know, to me, I said this to somebody previously, I said, Phil helmet winning the deuce to 7, no limit tournament is a huge boost for the game. Because now more eyes are going to be on it, right? Like God willing I ever win it. I'm not going to have the influence. You have the influence to be like, you know, oh, wow, Phil won this event. What's this event? And then they're going to look it up and then kind of talk about it. And, you know, I'd love for them to understand why this game is so great. I also have said to Jack Ethel, he should make a half no limit hold them half deuce to 7 77. Wouldn't that be phenomenal? I think that would get literally increased the deuce to 7 field by 25 to 50% the next year just that alone. 7 handed deuce to 7 no limit hold of no limit back and forth. I think he did make it a big bet game where he added plo. I get it. But that to me doesn't get the random people because there are going to be people who are scared of plo. There are no one who's afraid of no limit holding because that's the game that everyone you're talking 90% of the population in poker now just add deuce to 7. I think a lot of people are like, I'll give that a shot. Why not? And I think that would be a phenomenal phenomenon. But anyway, Jack hasn't done it. So. But yeah, let's go back to that. What piece of advice would you give players who are starting out deuce to 7? What would you say to them to kind of help them acclimate to the game? Well, I mean, I think it's a game where it's a game where, you know, a lot of the top pros are moving in. They get a 7 draw. So it has to have a decent evidence. So they might have a 7 6 5 boost. And they're re raising all in on draws like that playing big pots. And you know, that's weird that might not be my style as much. You know? But there are times, obviously you have to do that. I saw people calling off insane amounts.

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"phil helmet" Discussed on Ante Up Poker Magazine

Ante Up Poker Magazine

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"phil helmet" Discussed on Ante Up Poker Magazine

"And our good friend Phil Helmut unleashed his second major rant of the series this time on Twitter, some of the poker news one minute contest. Criticizing the player of the year scoring that he says gives too much credence to caching and events instead of making final tables as he does. Of course, it's the only reason why he'd argue for us because it only helps him. What I like most about what you just read is I go through and edit it for you and yet you still put in all the words that don't need to be there. That's my favorite thing. It's like he's put in words that aren't even there because I took him out, but he just memorizes how he writes these things. One thing I want to say is I found this interesting. Last week, on the show, we were talking about if anyone would catch Phil hellmuth, you know, and all that. And when Sean D one, I don't even think he was asked this question, but he might have been, but the quote that was with the release was totally. I'm gonna catch him. I'm gonna catch him easily. Do you see how many times I'm winning and all these things? It would paraphrasing, but I mean, he basically was saying that he's gonna be the one that catches Phil helmet, even though it's like right on cue when we ask that question last week, hearing his answer in it for us. Maybe still listen to the show just to keep tabs on his running tab. So I had the big running he'd owe me like 8 grand right now. Serious. But, you know, yeah, so to his point, though, I mean, he's young enough and he's playing at such a high caliber right now. I mean, it's possible..

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"phil helmet" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

The Poker Coaching Podcast

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"phil helmet" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

"Is live. This would be different if you had like ace of spades or ace with Jack of spades. Ace Baja spade. That would be a hand that's closer to the fold, because then he could just randomly have ace clean or something silly. It does make the call. We'll fast forward. Just make it interesting. 7 is interesting. And we're going to the Turner clubs. So Tony duds has knocked out Griffin Paul. All right, he's gone. Goodbye. How deep are they? Not very deep. They were in a final table. Stack steps are kind of hard to see in these I completely understand. If you have questions about hands. We're not going to answer them here today, but make sure you check out the poker coaching study ses on Discord, ran by Louis Philippe. I'm just seeing amazing job there. Check it out. Olay again. Broken hearts. Aw. Yeah, Ryan on this hand looks down at a queen's 7 of hearts. Just gonna call it, and ola with a king deuce of arts. Let's go floppin. Flop is a 6 5 three two hearts. Big flop for both players, ola has the second nut flush straw but Ryan has a gush shot straight draw and a flush straw so it's gotta look pretty good to him. Come on. This is a huge all in. It really puts all in a tough spot because he's got to think to himself what type of hands would Ryan just make this massive overt shove with funny enough. This may look absurd just rip it in here with the queen 7. But from a GTO point do I think you are supposed to have shoves here assuming you are the medium stack? I saw there were three people at the table. I'm not sure of the stack depths here. But whenever you are the medium stack, you really, really, really don't want to get called in general. So you would jam here with some reasonably high equity hands, like, perhaps a 6, 6, four, stuff like that, maybe like pocket 8s, hands are like almost certainly good but very vulnerable. And then you're also jamming with some brawls. Usually the lower flush draws. I don't really want to bet and call off. This one might be better off Tibetan call off really, but this is a spot where you should be using big overshadows. There was actually a hand like this came up in the $100,000 buy and bubble that I took 5th place in, where on the bubble, somebody raised, I call big blind with like 8 5 O clubs or something. And the flop came, I don't know what the flop came. 6, four, three or something, with two clubs, so I had opened a strange drawing gush out or something like that. Anyway, I tracked he best small and I ripped it in and he called it off with the king Queen of clubs. And I was ahead by one. Give me a nice chip going to the final table. But that's the spot where he should have just ripped it in. In a very similar spot to this, because if he bets and I jam, the king Queen of clubs there becomes almost a fold on the bubble of a $100,000 tournament, right? And the money was 250 K or something. It wasn't just a small. It wasn't only a 150 K to get in the mint catch. It was like a decently big man cash as they often are in small field tournaments. So that's the spot where I think this is a pretty good spot to shove stuff like this. A lot of people don't do. It looks like a draw. You gotta call off here the king of hearts. It's not to what you have. Here again, do you beat draws? Yes, this hand does beat some draws mainly 8 7 9 8, et cetera of hearts. And also does it have good equity against the likely made hands which are going to be like pockets a 6, et cetera, and it does. So you just got a call. Wow. And all is going to make this call against him. All that feels pretty good about his king high flush straw. I got this madness. That's not thick, fantastic is out in third place. Goodbye. All right. Is it still going to move to shove any spots if it was a cache name? Probably not. Because I mean, really, you want to shove there because you don't want to get called essentially. You have decent equity, but you don't want to get called so you shove high equity draws and very likely good made hands that are vulnerable, right? In cash games, you don't really care if you get action. Like with pockets there, if you're applying 40 big wines deeper, 30 big wines equal whatever it is, you don't really care if you get it all in, like, you're happy to get it all in a cash game because you're 55% against your opponent's range. You're thrilled to get it in with 55% against your opponent's range in general. How do you enter the Discord, go to poker coaching dot com? Log into your account? Click in the community tab. It'll come right up. How do Tony lose? I don't know. Maybe we'll see it and then one of these cards. Oh, ray Antonio is fond of Ari, the magician. And now it's the battle of the blinds are two young aggressive tigers. The ones that are battling each other hard. What feels going all in like he should. He has a pretty good hand. King Jack offs you two different suits is going all in against his nemesis Antonio. Antonio said on 300,000, he has him covered. If he calls and plays and wins this pot, he will not fill home without a fourth position. You know, it's amazing too. He's that he has a better hand. What's he gonna do? This so it's just an all in pre flop hand. The problem with a lot of these old hands is the longer just like all in pre flop. What are you gonna do with the king queen? I don't know what we're looking at, don't fold. The ultimate test for Antonio the magician right here. Kid, I'm rooting for you to call. Gotta be honest with you. My phone to call I just hope we did not draw me. Oh. Listen to that. Now Phil actually made that statement thinking he has the best hand. A little table talk a big smile. He really believed that Antonio would have called already how they could beat the king Jack, but just look at the beauty of this world over two events because we can see their cards. We see the excitement the electricity here, the problems the decision. Here I go. Look at Phil. It's heartbreak for him when he sees that hand. Oh no. It's king queen versus king Jack. What? A call by Antonio here. Phil helmet knows he's gonna have to get lucky to win this part. No, not yet. Big favorite Antonio is still in front after three cards. That's the next one. No, it's not gonna do it for Phil. Phil helmet needs a Jack or he will be out of this tournament in fourth position. And a queen comes up at the river Antonio wins apart. He knocks out the legendary Phil helmet. Antoni has done it. The arms are raised up above. Show some class from shake my hand, and don't do the weight on that. I always do it with him. Show some class and shake my hand. Is that the only video of fill without a hat and cap. You know, very likely could be. How do I make this how do I make this go? There we go. Oh my gosh. There we go. All right, let's see who else we get. Who's it gonna be? Who's it gonna be? Maybe that's why it's rare. Yeah. I don't think there's any need for the cap on that one. I think it's accurate. Wow, Michael, miss rocky. Grinding to a second title. Michael miss rocky got me so good in one tournament. Actually, in multiple tournaments. There was one where he limped under the gun. I lived in second position with kings. Goes back around somebody raises. Miss rocky re raises. I rip it all in. Miz rocky has the aces I lose. I have kings mount. Another time, though, on a $25,000 buy in, final table, it could very easily be this tournament. There's a spot where Michael raised falls to me in the small blind. I have about 25 big blinds. I've ace king and small blind. Not exactly on the bubble. I think they paid 15 people and we were down to 18, I think. I call with ace king because I was about to shove it all in like the obvious play, right? I look over to the left. And Tony osmani Ari, guy we just saw..

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"phil helmet" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show

The Bernard Lee Poker Show

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"phil helmet" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show

"He's ever had two World Series of poker. Clearly, that must be the case. Clearly one of the best two week stretches, any players ever had at the World Series of poker and we're only halfway done, as you said. So he could still get number 17. Could still get number 18. I'm sure there's another at least a final table or two in store for him. You never know he's clearly on his game right now and I think Phil Helmut has been the big story of the 2021 WSP thus far. Yeah, let's talk about a couple other stories. One, almost one 17, but was denied by a gentleman who has now for bracelets himself. And the great story is he has won this title and that was the ten K dealer's choice. He has won that title three times in a row. Normally would say three years in a row, but there was no 2020. But the last three times it has been held. 18 19 21, this gentleman, Adam Friedman has won this ten K that's incredible. I mean, it really is. And we're not just talking a random event. This is a championship ten K event with some of the best dealer best mixed game players in the world and this gentleman is one of three times in a row. That's incredible. I don't know what to say. I think it's just amazing. It's one of the greatest accomplishments in World Series of poker. I agree. I talked about it on the Pope in his podcast extensively. And I wasn't willing to say it's the greatest accomplishment, but it's definitely up there in a top 5 moment. You know, Johnny Chan winning back to back main events and then finishing runner up to hell news in 89. That's huge. Michael mizrahi winning the 50 cap poker player championship three times. Another great thing. This accomplishment by Adam Friedman is right up there with all of that in my opinion. It really Adams a great player already. He's multiple bracelets as you said. A great mixed gains cash game player, he's well respected in that community. He's won a couple of MSP T titles. So his no limit mid stakes game is spot on as well. There's a lot to like about it and I think just winning this was really cementing his legacy and look, I don't know how old Adam is. He's right around my age, so 38, 39, maybe 40, but here's a guy who needs to get his hat in the ring as far as poke Hall of Fame nominations in my opinion in the years to come. Others that we'll talk about, I'm sure here too, Anthony Zeno. He's hundreds now. Josh arie, who just shipped another bracelet. A lot of guys this year are bolstering their poker resumes, if you will, now that they're hitting around that 40 Mark, 40 years old mark that they'll become poker Hall of Fame eligible. And I think in coming years, we'll see their name grace that nomination list. I mean, a couple other players who have quietly done very well at this World Series, probably overshadowed by Anthony Zeno and Phil helmet. Jake Schwartz, who has made multiple final tables himself, fit losing out to Phil Helmut. And then Ryan Lang winning his third bracelet..

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"phil helmet" Discussed on Ante Up Poker Magazine

Ante Up Poker Magazine

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"phil helmet" Discussed on Ante Up Poker Magazine

"So every single result, it seems like winning is being won by a pro, or runner up by and or most of them are pretty popular pros. Like I'm not just 'cause you're listing them every week for us for the highlights. I mean, a lot of these people who are one of these events are people that even I've heard of and I've stopped paying attention a long time ago. So I think we got our answer that smaller fields means professional victories, I think. Yeah, yeah. And it's the larger fields that the amateurs are winning. So, I mean, I don't obviously give an update on every event. There's not a compelling story there. I'm not going to waste our time on the show with it. So a lot of those are, you know, random people that have get their first cat in the first bracelet or whatever like that. So but yeah, definitely in the ten K buy ins, these 5 K ions, it's definitely career pros that are donating. But even look at the list today, Anthony zinno 1500. That's what my event was, right? Phil helmet, 1500. That was my event. Dave baker 1500. That was my event. Until you get to freed man with a ten K these guys are winning the smaller events as well. I think the pros are enjoying this kind of a field and just exploiting it. It's great. It's not great, but you know what I mean? Yeah, well certainly hell Newton's in there, we're enjoying it. Yeah. Fantastic. And then so, you know, I'm not going to say that this kind of messes up our predictions because we were both at right around 6000, right? For the flamin event. But adding two flights certainly helps, I would think. Yeah. Of course we didn't know going into that that travel restrictions were going to be east. And we don't know because that are used that that means more people are going to come. You still don't know, right?.

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