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High Stakes Poker Patrick Antonius vs Jamie Gold $750k pot


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Biggest pot from High stakes poker season 4 episode 12. Patrick Antonius vs Jamie Gold



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22 Responses to “High Stakes Poker Patrick Antonius vs Jamie Gold $750k pot”

  1. teamdraught Says:

    wow that is so sick! youre one lucky bastard jamie…

  2. Kriuchkov Says:

    Ok thanks!!

  3. bedane2 Says:

    if both players make such a deal, several river cards are dealt
    then they split pot according to how many times they won
    in this case patrik gets 1/3 pot and jamie 2/3

  4. Kriuchkov Says:

    Sorry, I meant three times…thanks

  5. Kriuchkov Says:

    Im not quite expert in poker, so could anyone explain me why do the dealer puts the “river” twice?? thanks

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  9. adamjew36 Says:

    can somebody explain in detail what was going on in the river and what sort of agreement gold and antonius had going on??? ive never seen that in poker before and i dont watch high stakes poker too often. So can somebody explain pretty thoroughly what was happening??

  10. Marvin24241 Says:

    Wow that’s sick 2 out of 3 on the river for a 4 to 1 dog wow, well i guess it can happen here since they run it multiple times so often, but still, I would believe 1 out of 3 or 0 out of 3 but 2 out of 3 is just sick LOL anyway Jamie knows he got lucky cause he was a huge dog that hand but hey i mean it happens, it’s good that Patrik is so cool about it and doesn’t act like Hellmuth or Matusow when he gets beat

  11. ritchthofen Says:

    Jamie Gold is a luck box
    world’s biggest opportunistic

  12. munkisbeprotis Says:

    Patrik is the coolest

  13. AJFreeway Says:

    to lower the variance. it reduces the luck factor in big pots.

  14. supermarius22 Says:

    if this game is texas hold’em… why in the river there are three cards??

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  16. jolleyjames13 Says:

    yeahh mate this game is texas holdem’s.

    iff u wanna know anything about it just ask me ok

  17. supermarius22 Says:

    is this game texas hold’em??

  18. cmoore123456789 Says:

    Shane, you might be right about AJ being a bad hand to a reraise, but if you watched any of the 2006 WSOP or even the rest of this episode of high stakes poker, you would know that it would not be unlikely that Jaime was going crazy with a bad hand.

  19. zusanek Says:

    Poker is a typical gambling game. I saw a thausends hands in this style.

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  21. Harvegg Says:

    Haha, listen to Farha @ 1:07. “I should have played it. I had 5 4 offsuit”.

  22. bacardipardy Says:

    Gold won 2/3 of the pot and Patrick won the other 1/3. Each river card was worth 1/3 of the total pot.

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