Last time Daniel Negreanu won a huge $440,500 pot from Garrett Adelstein and in this episode he manages to outplay him again with a great Triple Barrel Bluff! Lots of bluffs and semi-bluffs fill this episode of High Stakes Poker with more than $3,000,000 on the table.
Line-up of High Stakes Poker Season 9 Episode 9:
They are playing 8-max NL$500/$1,000, which guarantees more action and much bigger pots from here on.
We continue with exactly the same line-up as in High Stakes Poker Season 9 Episode 8, which is:
- Tom Dwan
- Phil Ivey
- Daniel Negreanu
- Bryn Kenney
- Garrett Adelstein
- Jennifer Tilly
Tom Dwan bluffs Garrett Adelstein on a 4-Flush Board: $157,500 Pot
Krish raises UTG to $3,000 with , Garrett calls from the hijack with and Tom Dwan squeezes on the button to $15,000 holding . Krish and Garrett both call. Pot Size: $47,500
The flop comes and it checks to Dwan, who fires a $25,000 continuation bet. Krish gets out of the way, but Adelstein calls with middle pair top kicker. Pot Size: $97,500
The is a scare card as it completes both flush and straight draws and it does indeed slow down the action as it goes check-check. Pot Size: $97,500
on the river is another club and puts a four flush out there. Garrett checks for a third time. Tom Dwan needs to bet to win the hand and since he has the range advantage and could easily have the he decides to represent it and bets $60,000 (62% pot).
Garrett clearly suspects something as he goes into the tank for more than 30 seconds, but then ends up folding and Tom Dwan wins a $157,500 Pot with a well-timed bluff.
Daniel Negreanu Owns Garrett Adelstein Again with a Triple Barrel Bluff: $374,500 Pot
In the last episode Daniel Negreanu managed to trap Garrett Adelstein in a massive $440,500 by checking back an overpair twice. We analyzed this hand in detail in our Poker Hand of the Week.
Jennifer Tilly opens from early position to $3,000 with , Garrett 3-bets to $11,000 in the cut-off with and Daniel makes it $27,000 to go from the button with . Jen quickly folds, but Adelstein makes the call. Pot Size: $59,500
Heads-up to a flop of . DNegs whiffs and Garrett picks up middle pair. He checks and Negreanu chooses a small cbet sizing of $20,000 into $59,500 (33% pot) to which Adelstein can’t fold middle pair and he calls. Pot Size: $99,500
on the turn and Daniel fires a $50,000 second barrel. Not an easy call for Garrett, but he decides to stick around. Pot Size: $199,500
The on the river is as blank as it gets and Daniel has to bet big, if he wants to win the hand. And this is what DNegs does as he goes for the Triple Barrel Bluff!
He elects a value bet sizing of $175,000 (88% pot) sending Adelstein into the tank. Again Garrett suspects something and again his suspicion is correct, but once more he ends up folding in the end and Daniel Negreanu wins a massive $374,500 pot with just Ace-high!
Jennifer Tilly’s tricky check-raise earns her the largest pot so far: $519,500 Pot
Jennifer raises from the cut-off to $3,000 with and gets three callers with Garrett’s on the button, Daniel’s in the small blind, and Tom’s in the big blind.
4-way to the action flop of , which has something for everyone. It checks to Jen, who makes a $10,000 cbet with her monster draw. Garrett has flopped Top Two Pair and bumps it up to $30,000. DNegs and “durrrr” get out of the way.
It is worth taking a look at the odds to win the hand here, which shows that this is basically a coin flip. Tilly has two options here: She can call or she can make a large raise, since she has plenty of equity against every hand. However, both players are very deep with effective stack size being 321 big blinds and this is probably the reason, why Jennifer just calls. Pot Size: $73,000
The on the turn doesn’t change much and Tilly checks. Not so Garrett, who bets a healthy $55,000 and Jen check-calls. Pot Size: $183,000
The on the river completes Tilly’s flush and she makes a cheeky river check. Although, the front door flush came in Adelstein decides to go for some value by betting $100,000, just to get check-raised All-In for $236,000.
Followed by a “It’s frustrating”, before he realizes that he can’t beat much and folds his hand, while Jennifer Tilly wins the biggest pot of High Stakes Season 9 so far worth a staggering $519,500!
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