Lee Jones discusses two hands from a 2/5 game at Harrah’s Cherokee North Carolina, in which villains made questionable choices with overpairs.
Live professional Travis Moss goes over some complex turn spots in two hands he played at Maryland Live. He and Jack also discuss table image and coming up the ranks.
Just Hands favorite Nik “Bunnylad” Valinsky returns with two hands played on his new daily twitch stream. He finds himself in some tricky bluffcatching spots on the river.
Solve for Why alumnus Christian Holden gets out of line on Friday Night Poker facing aggression from Kristen Bicknell. He and Jack discuss countering conventional down-betting strategies.
Special guest Rocco Rizzo encounters a dicey run-out and is put to the test for all his chips by Main Event Champion Chris Moneymaker.
After showing a loose preflop holding in an earlier hand, listener Mike Bove must decide whether to call with a flush on a double paired board facing an all-in bet.
Listener Brad Bounds faces a tough choice about whether to turn his hand into a bluff after entering a multiway pot that includes distinguished Just Hands audio editor “Young Man Coffee.”
Extraordinary poker philosopher Tommy Angelo returns with some elegant advice on how to eliminate leaks in live cash games. Also in this episode, Jack goes over a listener hand in which a multiway pot leads to several intricate decision points.
Listener Andrew finds himself in a tricky spot with two pair on a draw heavy board.
Podcast listener James Bilderbeck navigates a multiway spot with pocket 8s on a 9-high board vs the most aggressive player at the table.