Next time you think you’re unlucky, imagine losing this much money in one hand!
And you think your bad beats are bad!
Royal flush vs quad aces
Roberto Romanello making one of the best laydowns in WSOP history. Could you lay this hand down?
Annette Obrestad lays down a Full House
Fantastic call by Negreanu with Ace High.
Another great call with Ace High. This time by Alan Cunningham.
Tom Dwan doing what he does best. Could you put in half a million pounds with 7-2 offsuit?
The best bit is he even tells him what he’s got at the start! And of course, shows him at the end. :o)
Bluff vs bluff vs bluff vs bluff – Ivey vs ‘Friend of BCPC’ Paul Jackson
Brilliant Dwan bluff…
…and what his thinking was
Ivey doing what he does best
Dan Harrington makes the ultimate squeeze play at the World Series final table.
NOT a great bluff! When not to play 7-2!
Hellmuth losing to 10-4 and blowing up (for a change!)
Hellmuth again – Donking off cash and being owned by Viffer
Jennifer Tilley playing possibly the worst ever poker – worth it for the look on Iveys face! (and Tilley’s heaving breasts!)
How not to play pocket aces! Or is he psychic?
Possibly the maddest hand you’ll ever see. And if you’ve seen a worse bet than the shove at the end then please let us know!
This one reminds me of Scouse playing Omaha 6 card couble flop at the BCPC team event. But at least he had the excuse that he was bladdered!
Interview with ‘fishdonkey’ Steve Healey at GPS Star City 2015.
Interview with Ant Williams at APAT Ireland 2009.
Interview with Will Young at APAT Ireland 2009.
Interview with Steve Redfern at APAT Ireland 2009.
Interview with Malcolm Howell at APAT Ireland 2009.
Interview with Brian Yates, following his win at APAT Ireland 2009.
The ultimate cold deck
Spooky psychic railing. I want this guy railing me!
James Bond poker – Nut flush vs full house vs bigger full house vs straight flush. If only poker were really this exciting!
Gus Hansen – all in every hand!
…and we think Steve Redfern runs good!
Potterpoker winning the WCOOP 2010, with a little bit of luck along the way.