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The One Where Kevin and Vanessa Become Frenemies

View Poll Results: What do think of Kevin or Vanessa's play in this hand?
I rate Kevin's play here. 7 58.33%
I slate Kevin's play here. 2 16.67%
I rate Vanessa's play here. 2 16.67%
I slate Vanessa's play here. 1 8.33%
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The One Where Kevin and Vanessa Become Frenemies - Sun Jun 02, 2013, 09:01 AM
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Since: Jul 2011
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Hello,

In the build-up the the 100 Billionth Hand been dealt at PokerStars they have released a series of 'Greatest Hands' on their You Tube channel.

This one features Kevin McPhee and Vanessa Selbst, what do you think of the hand? Is it one of the greatest ever? You can vote above!


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Sun Jun 02, 2013, 09:09 AM
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Since: Oct 2011
Posts: 7,324
Greatest levelling war ever. I love the way Hartigan shouts "She six-bet shoves!"

I was thinking about this hand when I snap-called a shove by TheLangolier the other day.


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Tue Jun 04, 2013, 10:29 AM
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Since: Dec 2011
Posts: 62
This hand is really interesting.... I saw a comment in youtube berating Kevin's call... While the call was questionable since Vanessa's shove had such a big fold equity (I think Kevin need to push 200k chip over the 70k he already invested to call).

But I think one of the lesson here for LAG is, when you widen your 4+ betting and shoving range such as Vanessa has done to her game, you widen your opponents shove call range as well....

I can't put who played better here though, both had great read on each other, and in the end their read was 'respected' with a coinflip hand....
 

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