1.Against All Odds

Introduction

Los Angeles poker classics

ESP

Bad Beat Poker

Pot-Limit Omaha

Spooky Hand

World Poker Challenge

Pot-Limit Hold'em Tournaments

Foxwood's Poker

Five-Star World Poker

World Series of Poker-2000

World Series Poker Championship

2.World Series of Poker Hands

Youngest World Champion

World Series Poker-1999

World Series Poker-1998

World Series Poker-2002

WSOP-2002

WSOP-1995

WSOP-1994

WSOP-1998

U.S.. Poker Championship-1999

WSOP-2000

WSOP's Winner-2000

WSOP-2003

WSOP's Record-2003

"Big One" in WSOP-2003

3.World Poker Tour

WPT-2002

World Poker Tour-2002

WPT's winner-2003

WPT-2004

WPT-2003

World Poker Tournament-2003

WPT's Event-2003

Foxwood's World Poker

Amir's Big Call

4.European Poker Tour

The Poker em

Poker In Amsterdam-1998

The Poker em-2000

Late Night Poker 3-2000

WHUPC-2003

5.Reading other Player's mail

WSOP-1992

Tournaments of Champion-1999

A Tale Of Four Bluffs

WSOP-2001

Commerce Casino-2002

No-Limit Hold'em Event-2002

 

Bad Beat In Celebrity Poker

The following hand was written by Phil Gordon, who, in addition to being

} a  great poker play card games and a self-made Internet millionaire, is the host of Celebrity Poker Showdown.

The first season of Bravo’s Celebrity Poker Showdown was a great success.  Although most of the players had very little poker experience, they were all in good spirits and trying earnestly to win.  Especially in the Championship show.

            Each player in the finals started with $10,000 in chips.  The winner of this table would be able to donate $100,000 to his or her favorite charity; second place, $20,000; and third place, $15,000.  The finale would be viewed on Bravo, or possibly NBC.  The stakes, and the pressure, were high low poker.

           At the $200-$400 level, Paul Rudd, who is most famous for his role in Friends? Looked down under the gun and found 6-6.  He raised of $1,000, leaving him with just a bit more than $5,000.  The talented and beautiful Nicole Sullivan, from The King of Queens and Mad TV, saw a J-7 off suit.  She was on the button and had about poker $20,000.  For some reason, she called.

           The flop was glorious A-10-6 rainbow, a perfect flop for Paul.  Now, Paul is quite a good player, and I really thought poker he would try to check-raise.  But instead, he surprised me and moved all-in, for about $5,000.  Not the world’s greatest play, really, because Nicole would need a monster hand to justify calling $5,000 to win $2,000 pot limit omaha.

            Well, she started thinking card games. I was sitting in the announcer’s booth thinking, “What in the hell is she thinking about!” She then announced, out loud, “Paul, I think you’re bluffing!” Great read, Nicole.   Paul was bluffing with a set of sixes poker event.  After about two agonizing minutes, she decided that yes, indeed, Paul was bluffing, and she said, “I call limit stud.”

            The players turned over the hands, and we were, well, absolutely shocked.  Paul was a lock, of course.  Nicole’s only outs were runner-runner king and queen, or runner-runner nine and eight.  A 35-to-1 shot or so.  Paul was already standing up and his arms up in triumph.  Nicole looked like someone hit her in the stomach.  “I’m so stupid,” she muttered to the camera limit hold'em game.

            After everyone finished laughing, the dealer turned a queen. A quiet hush fell over the audience, and the tournament director, Robert Thompson, told the crowd the news: “Well, now all Nicole needs is a king!” Nicole now had about an 8 percent chance to win.

With flourish and some poker high low drama, the dealer flipped over the miracle card … a king! Nicole had called Paul’s “bluff ” and took a 35-to-1 shot all the way to the bank.  Paul was eliminated in a most brutal manner, and Nicole went to win the tournament and claim the $100,000 prize purse for her charity, the Alley Cat Allies, a group dedicated to spaying and neutering stray cats.

 

6.From The Other Side Of Table

WSOP-1974

Commerce Casino-1999

WSOP-1999

WPT-2003

Bellagio Poker

Ladies World Championship

High Limit Action in Houston

Commerce Casino's California-1999

Party Poker Million-2002

WSOP's Winner-2002

WSOP seven card stud-2000

Foxwood's Casino

Pot-Limit Hold'em Event

World Heads-Up Poker Tour

United States Poker Championship

7.Poker Hollywood Style

Chinese Poker

Bicycle Club Casino

Rounder's

Celebrity Poker

Hustler Casino

8.Cheesehead Poker

Poker in Madison

Bluffing

Sportsmen Club

Pot-Limit Hold'em At Nora's Bar

Big Game in Wisconsin

A GOLF STORY

ULTIMATEBET HAND

CHAMPION OF THE YEAR AWARD

TOP MOMENTS IN POKER

THE NEXT POKER WAVE