Phil Ivey Battles At A $2,500,000 FINAL TABLE!

Battles At A $2,500,000 FINAL TABLE!
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In this video, fights at a High Stakes Final Table for an overall reward swimming pool of $2,500,000. Including the similarity Sam Greenwood, Cary Katz, Wai Yong, Paul Phua, Seth Davies, Mikhail Rudoy and Aaron Van Blarcum!

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Phil Ivey Battles At A $2,500,000 FINAL TABLE!

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  1. 7:45 Please someone explain to me how come Phil won this hand when The other guy had full house…

    1. Exactly what I was thinking.. I even checked it three times if I am missing something?

    2. Same here i was like WTF, Am i missing something? it was doing my head in thinking i forgot the rules or something. Strange

    3. the commentators noted out during some point in the video that this game has a rule where flush beats a full house .. Hope i helped

  2. Me. Gross is my favorite announcer hands down.. love that guy, and a great player himself.

  3. I knew that they were gonna make another poker game off of Texas Hold”em” I just didn’t know that they already did it.Can’t wait to really learn how to play it

  4. Short deck: All of the 2’s, 3’s, 4’s and 5’s are removed from the standard 52-card pack leaving a game where only 36 cards are used. This means the 6 is the lowest card…. Unless you use an Ace as low.

    As in traditional Hold’em the Ace can be used as either a High or Low, but in the Short Deck version of the game it can also make up the low and high ends of a straight. As in: • A 6 7 8 9 is classed as a straight (In this example the Ace is classed as a ‘5’)

    In Short Deck Hold’em • A Flush beats a Full House – This is because mathematically it is harder to make a flush than a full house from the reduced deck.

    In regular Hold’em, players with suited hole cards and two community cards of the same suit have nine cards in the deck from which to make a Flush. Playing the Short Deck game reduces this to five cards. This means a Flush is far harder to hit.

  5. Wait how does phil flush beat the boat? Ive always heard the boat beats a flush and google even says it.

  6. this is nuts vs 2nd nuts. In commentary they said there were 2 better hands than Kc8c but of course opponent having Kc10c is impossible

  7. amazing climb back from Phil. !! — from 70k shortttttt stack after an All in…and to champ!! ivey ivey ivey

  8. 9s and Qs full house beats that clubs flush at 8:30 mark. How why does Ivey win against the Full House?

  9. can someone plz explain why at @10:23 the 6 makes ivey’s hand stronger ?and as wel as why at@7:25 the flush beats the full house? thanks a lot

  10. Last I checked, 3 nines and 2 queens is a full house and that beats the hell out of a flush. What the hell kind of poker is this?

  11. At 7:40 how does a full house not beat a flush? I’m very confused how did Ivey win that

  12. Quad aces and literally no reaction after scooping the pot. Stone cold killer.

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