How 'bout that? - Have you heard from Mangler this weekend? - He's been playing him. - I mean, I know he's playing early, this last week, but this weekend, anything? - Yeah, he's playing him.
- Oh, right now? - Do you have Snapchat? He has some epic snaps. - Really?
- You gotta watch. I see him needling The Mangler. - Oh that's funny, he hates him. He's so rude to him.
- Oh my god, that's amazing. Yeah but, supposedly Mangler's like the biggest needle ever. - Yeah, yeah, yeah. - I've never seen him say a word though.
- Is he mean to other people, Mangler? - Not really. He's just weird.
He's just a weird dude. - [Chris] All right, back to the poker. Kenney Baden's got Ace-King.
She initially raised it to 300. Herm is now up to 850. - That Asian kid, did they have beef?
That guy where they, always, - [Glantz] Who? - He was playing this Asian kid heads-up, - [Glantz] Oh, Tuan? - On pretty high limits. I'm not sure, it was at Arcs and then, - Yeah, Tuan.
- And they were playing like, every day for like two weeks, I felt like, just going at, - [Glantz] Oh, you're talking about a long time, a while ago? - Yeah, maybe six to eight months, maybe a year ago? - [Glantz] Oh, that wasn't Tuan, that was - Yeah, I don't think Tuan was the name that I remember.
I gotta remember the guy's name. But they were just going at it. - Oh, they call him Badugi Shawn. - Yeah, Shawn.
That's it. They were just going at it. - No, they like each other.
- They do like each other? Okay. I felt like it was personal at one time. - [Joe] I don't know much about this Herm guy, but he sure seems to hate money.
- [Chris] Was money mean to him when he was a kid maybe, or? (laugh) - [Joe] Money killed his parents. - [Chris] Now he just spends his life trying to get even with money by hating it. - [Joe] Destroying it, lighting it on fire. - [Chris] Okay, good. Well, each player is in for 2,000.
We've got 6,100 in the middle as we go to the flop. - [Joe] And Linda Kenney Baden's got everyone pretty much drawing dead. - [Chris] This is fantastic. She just won a $14,000 pot, and now she just crushes this flop. - [Chris] 2,400 the bet from McKeehen. - [Joe] Really bad flop for Joe McKeehen.
- [Chris] Kenney Baden is a distinguished defense attorney, works on a lot of high-profile cases. Right now she's in a high-profile hand. Well, Herm decides he's finally gonna fold. Here comes the turn. That is a three of hearts.
- [Joe] That's a bad card for Joe. That's gonna look good. It's gonna be really tough for him to think he's beat here. - [Chris] Another ace on the river.
- [Joe] What a terrible runout for Joe McKeehen. - [Chris] His number's 3,300. - [Joe] Luckily for him, I don't think Kenney Baden can raise. - [Chris] Calls, just in case he had made a flush.
- [Joe] And McKeehen is out-kicked like Team USA in the World Cup. - [Chris] Ooh, sick soccer reference. - Nice hand. - Thank you.
- Looking for the hearts. Look at Kenney Baden, bringing it! - I think the first time I played, I was a little bit awed being here with all these professionals, and I'm much more confident now.
And they've been great to me. They have treated me with a lot of respect, you know, not like, "Ha ha, here she is, some kind of novice." And I've learned watching them too. I've learned a lot watching them, and how they play, how they three-bet, and that's been the biggest lesson. - [Announcer] Poker Night in America is brought to you by our trusted friend, Kimo Sabe Mezcal.
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- Well it could go down as quickly as it came up. - Yeah. - Yeah, It truly has a way, it really has a way of doing that. - I don't actually know that it could go down as quickly.
(laughs) - [Herm] The likelihood of that happening is like one in 67,000. (laughs) - [Chris] Fishberg's straddling. Glantz raising Queen-Ten suited.
Kenney Baden's in. Suited connectors for her. Poker Night in America back at Sugar House in Philadelphia. Looks like Jeganathan has a reraising hand.
Oh yeah, Ace-Queen off. - How much? - [Chris] There is somebody who is sitting immediately to the right of Matt Glantz. I'm not sure who that is. I'm trying to get confirmation. We're gonna work on that.
I still don't know who that player is. He's been at the table all night, hasn't done a darn thing, might just be a person looking for a warm place to sit. - [Joe] Kinda looked like Todd Brunson, is that who it was? - [Chris] No, I don't think so.
This guy had a beard. - [Joe] Sounds like Todd Brunson. Ace high flop. Glantz with a little bit of a loose peel here, but flopped a straight draw. - [Chris] Jeganathan bets 1,700. That won't get rid of Glantz but that will get rid of Kenney Baden I'm guessing.
- All in. - [Chris] Okay, yeah. That's one of the options. All in for 5,100. - [Glantz] It's 5k.
Or no. Yeah, 5k. - [Chris] Matt Glantz has decided he's never folding so he's gonna try to get hands like kings and queens to fold and just live and die by this draw. - All right. 150 more.
3,450. - Just making sure I had the majority of it, right. All right. - [Chris] He ultimately does calls.
- Am I just dead? - [Chris] Brick on the turn. Hit on the river. - [Joe] And unlike my last three Amazon packages, Matt Glantz gets there. - So I had the higher straight, but you had my ten. - Yeah.
So you were in good shape on the turn. - I was in better shape on the turn. (laughs) - That is why I want to check-raise the river though.
- That would have been a funny thing. - Yeah, that would have been great. For you, not for me.
(laughs) - [Chris] Linda Kenney Baden on the button. - Then you would have felt committed on the river, so you would have won the hand anyway. - [Chris] Jack-Eight worth $200 to Kenney Baden.
Herm raises with suited kings. (rings) Hello? - [Joe] Hello, 1940s newsroom. Sounds like a hot tip, we'll get right on it.
Stop the presses! [Jeganathan] It's almost impossible for you to win on the river. - [Chris] We're heads up with Herm and Kenney Baden. Top pair for Kenney Baden, flush draw for Herm. - [Joe] Top pair versus flush draw, that old confrontation, like gladiator with sword and shield versus gladiator with trident and net.
- [Chris] Which do you take in that situation? - [Joe] I'm a trident-and-net guy. - [Chris] I go sword, so you and I could have a good battle.
- [Joe] I'm not sword-fighting with you Chris, I told you that before. - 550? Make it 1,100. - [Chris] 550 was the bet from Herm.
Raise to 1,100 from Kenney Baden. - That's money. - It's 1,000?
Or 1,100? - [Chris] I think the money could go in here. - I'll make it 2,200 total. - [Joe] What is going on with that hat? It's like the most intentional look ever, no one accidentally puts their hat on like that. - [Chris] Maybe he looked in a really bad mirror and put that hat on.
- [Joe] Well, there's something bad about it. - You need new shoes for the child, is that it? - Yeah. Yes.
- [Joe] So Kenney Baden facing a raise. She can't be loving it with just top pair, but this guy shows up with it less often than me with a coupon for Bed Bath & Beyond. - [Chris] Ugh, and the spades get there on the turn. - [Joe] Maybe Linda gets away now that the spade's hit. It could be why she just called.
- [Chris] 1,800. And I like Herm's attempt to bet here. Another spade hits the river, and he definitely won't get paid.
- [Joe] This bet's really small relative to the size of the pot. - [Chris] And now that you've pointed out that the hat is crooked, it's really got me crooked. - [Joe] See? - [Chris] Now I can't take it.
That's all I see. - [Joe] I think he might have given something away there by looking at her chips. "No, no, I wasn't looking at them." - [Chris] Wow, she calls.
Board pairs on the river, does not change anything about who's winning this hand. - [Joe] The Herminator. "I won't be back." - 2,900. - [Chris] 2,900. And again, betting really small.
This is less than a third of the pot. He's making this pricing really tempting for top pair. - [Joe] It's like when you see something at store you know you don't need but it's such a good deal you kinda wanna buy it anyway, like Home Alone 3 on DVD for like a dollar. - [Chris] 'Cause you would watch it at least once, and you're like, "Well, I know I'd watch it once!"
- [Joe] Yeah, for a dollar I'd put a drink on it. - [Chris] Linda does on the river what she should have done on the turn, she folds. - Good hand. - Thanks. - [Crew] All right guys, we're gonna call a dinner break.
- [Joe] Aw, geez Tad, why be such a buzzkill? Aww, my stupid brother's back. - Herm finally wins a few back from Linda. - She was able to get away correctly on the river though, and now we need to get away from you with a quick commercial break. BRB!
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