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Aussie Millions 2014 Poker Tournament – $250K Challenge, Episode three | PokerStars


Aussie Millions 2014 Poker Tournament – $250K Challenge, Episode 3 | PokerStars

2014 Aussie Millions $250k poker challenge episode 3, See who wins the Aussie Millions $250K Challenge and $4M in prize funds. Featuring Daniel Negreanu, Phil Ivey, Mike McDonald and Ike Haxton.

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    Обсуждение: 50 коммент.
    1. OhManMyBad says:

      "Phil Ivey MIRACULOUSLY wins the same event" oh really? I mean…I thought he was the best player in the world. Like you said 600 fucking times

      Reply
    2. Parliament1mg says:

      Ike haxton played that heads up way to aggressively. Agreed, you need to be agressive but you got to be aggresive when ur opponent is weak.

      Reply
    3. SN011GlobeTrot says:

      Am I the only one who cringes every time announcer calls him I-SAK?

      Reply
    4. OceanTube says:

      the first girl talking is a hottie. damn i need to move to austrailia

      Reply
    5. FullTimeSlacker says:

      Wow, I too can call all in whenever my hand is decent pre flop. Sign me up.

      Reply
    6. konst1100 says:

      little does he know his commentating actually sucks balls

      Reply
    7. Tito Maquito says:

      wow haxton fell apart heads up

      Reply
    8. Dustin Platt says:

      Ivey had to of known he had AK. Why else 3 bet Daniel? He might of misread the board but no way he didn’t know he had AK.

      Reply
    9. Shayne Sim says:

      Well done Phil

      Reply
    10. Copainization says:

      Phil is a stone cold competitor.
      He acts little surprised at collecting the prize and even fumbles with his championship ring oblivious to the MC’s accolades.

      Reply
    11. langa77777 says:

      Phil didn’t misread shit, he wants to maintain his strength and turning over the a 9 without a continuation river bet is weak as piss. That’s why they’re laughing, it’s table talk

      Reply
    12. Jose Boy says:

      HAXTON….Rabbit……Play to Lotto….

      Reply
    13. OceanTube says:

      these commentary guys wont shut up. they say exactly what obviously on the table. i wanna hear the players talking not u dummies. n they atent fun like stapleton

      Reply
    14. Relaxation Soundwaves says:

      Goes all in with 8 7 you can tell this is fake.

      Reply
    15. Anthony Mentalewicz says:

      worst feeling in the world is rolling over your hand… declaring flush or straight… then being wrong. happened to me once and I hope that’s the only time. Ivey shows that it might.

      Reply
    16. ummerrahh says:

      They never showed the payout for second place.

      Reply
    17. lari eros says:

      Aids

      Reply
    18. byung Park says:

      groom better Ike…damn…with all that $$$$ damn…

      Reply
    19. Michel Jussiau says:

      phil ivey just run lucky over and over again thats all he does and haxton is a donk allin 87 agaisnt a limp

      Reply
    20. Joey Mcafee says:

      it almost looked like ike purposely lost

      Reply
    21. Dan Gream says:

      I feel bad for Melbourne too

      Reply
    22. Milan Markovic says:

      Ivey is the king

      Reply
    23. Ainsley Harriott says:

      What the fuck is with all these shoves by Ike?! Bro chill ur deep

      Reply
    24. みやぞん says:

      78all in is just stupid

      Reply
    25. Joey Mcafee says:

      wow ike u suck

      Reply
    26. ToFinishFirst says:

      Haxton seems like a chill guy but his wife is insane.

      Reply
    27. Mr Rogers says:

      *Daniel in thumbnail* = *click*

      Reply
    28. Sahaj Jhanjhari says:

      Amazing play by Isaac haxton

      Reply
    29. Cristiano Sterrelo says:

      Haxton is an idiot. Should have been Daniel in the final with ivy

      Reply
    30. Johna Berdinaldt says:

      Yeah, who cares about 4 million $ when you had "fun"? :0

      Reply
    31. Oppen_OW says:

      announcers dominating the game you can hardly hear the players talk to each other. awful broadcast.

      Reply
    32. Lord Piggu says:

      is phil ivey a mk-ultraed victim, hes seems a lil slow or half retarded, doesnt say much either

      Reply
    33. raj says:

      Idear huh.

      Reply
    34. Tristan Dupeyrat says:

      Elle est bonne la blondasse.

      Reply
    35. Tienes Un Llama Drama says:

      Big up to Mikes friends laughing at him for having a handbag when he got knocked out

      Reply
    36. Milan Markovic says:

      Why dont you stare now you little Mcdonald bitch when Hex bluff you of the pot.

      Reply
    37. Jackson Hewitt says:

      The commentators are fucking retarded.

      Reply
    38. George Hypotenuse and the Triangles says:

      These commentators were terrible. They had absolutely no idea what they were talking about…

      Reply
    39. Derek Hoyt's Music says:

      There’s guys playing for millions of dollars on tv. And there’s guys watching those guys play for millions on Youtube who talk a big game like they know better…… Sad Really lol….. I get it I prefer Joe Stapleton All Day…. I will say Haxton did get a little too crazy heads up but he won over 2mil so keep that In mind… Was a win win at that point.

      Reply
    40. Ace Ventura says:

      jeez… Phil played well, but he was catching cards!!

      Reply
    41. Kevin Wurst says:

      The People,who lives in USA or Great Britian always saying you know. you know, you , you know, you know, you know ,you know, you know ,you kno, you know….. it makes me nervous

      Reply
    42. MrTenDollarMan says:

      When i see Daniel loses, i want to fuck every single of you.

      Reply
    43. You're fired! says:

      Where is the "skill" here. They’re basically go all in with any hand. Maybe except Phil Ivey.

      Reply
    44. Ace Ventura says:

      I think he wanted that ring more than the 4 mill.

      Reply
    45. Alejandro Andretti says:

      The guy plays like I ifiot

      Reply
    46. foodmore says:

      The most anticlimactic win ever.

      Reply
    47. Ace Full says:

      no one has talked about iveys wife well I’d do her raw.

      Reply
    48. Max Bauer says:

      This might be the worst coverage of a tournament i’ve ever seen. First they show Negreanu chip leader at 4.5 million, then they show two all in shoves between Haxton and McDonald, then Negreanu is magically the short stack. Their hand selection is absolutely terrible, and they don’t even mention important hands they don’t show.

      Reply
    49. Luke Michael says:

      Why does Haxton bet all in so much? If it was me, I wouldn’t want to risk the tournament like that.

      Reply
    50. cpowerca says:

      HAXTON is an aggressive player and ivey just let him bluff at him. LOL really HAXTON

      Reply

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