- That may seem it would scare us away. You really don't wanna play this hand, do you? - He makes it 3300 to go on a stack of 10,000.
Now Matt Glantz has a tough spot. Does he ship quickly, does he celebrate now? Does he celebrate later? He looks almost happy to put his money in. You can't feel good about that with the nines. - [Dealer] Six thousand five hundred.
- Well now I know you've got nothing, I'll fold as well. - Sorry, Duthie, but your ace, three garbage has to get out of here. You too, Yong. - Six point five. - Good luck guys. - Just call or are you all in?
- I'm all in. - Ace king or-- - That ain't gonna mean (bleep), you (bleep). - Kings against nines, the classic flip. Good flop for Matt Glantz, doesn't have a nine, but Lefrancois did pick up the backdoor diamonds. Not gonna matter on the turn eight. He's dead to a nine only.
Matt Glantz's kings hold up here against the pocket nines of Lefrancois and now he is up over 10,000 dollars on the session. Matt Glantz doubles through with kings and we'll be right back to Poker Night after this. (upbeat jazz music) - Duthie straddles under the gun to a hundred dollars, and Mike Dentale wakes up with pocket queens under the gun. Now we see some of the signature aggressive style for Dentale coming in with a limping to the pot.
Yong, sensing weakness, raises to 400 dollars with complete garbage, eight, three suited. Unfortunately my friend, you have fallen into this man's trap. - Call that, call that bluff. - Duthie makes the call on the big blind. Now, Mike has a great spot to raise.
(poker players chattering) He makes it 1200 to go and Yong has to realize now that this was a mistake. Well, apparently not, what do I know? Let's just take a flop, guys. - I'll arrange it so wide. - Matt, I gotta get snapped off. They both called twelve hundred.
- [Man] Twelve hundred? - Oh (bleep). (laughing) - Mike runs worse than anyone, so give him a break. - Matt needles Mike before the flop about how bad he runs, and then both of his opponents out flop him, including the eight, three suited. That has to hurt. Action checks to Yong who fires out a huge bet here, 3500 to go.
Stacks aren't too deep, he might decide he just has to go with it right here. Meanwhile, you can see the tilt setting in on Dentale's face. - Make it nine thousand. - [Dealer] Raise, nine thousand.
Fold. - I noticed that. It was a hundred percent that hand. - [Announcer] And this is all Hollywood from Yong. - What've you got? Eight nine?
Suited? - [Man] Not much. What can you have?
- I could've flopped a set of threes. I could have a straight draw. (distant chattering) - Okay, I'm all in. - [Man] Wow.
- [Dealer] All in. - Here we go boys. - If it was a slow roll, you've got most of them. - Let's show. - They both flopped me dead. - You wanna spread em in front of ya.
- You play with some (bleep), you do. - Exactly. - Great. - Nice hand. - No king. - Duthie now needs a jack, a king, or a running board pair to take this one down.
Dead to now only a king. - Put a king down. - He's got an ace. - Put a king. If you can hit that, I can hit a king. Oh, now that hits it there too.
That's so sick. That is so sick. - Yong quickly back to even on the session, which reminds me of the proverbial saying, "If at first you don't succeed, buy and buy in again."
- Mr. John, I'm gonna be your favorite, yeah? - Shut up. - Nah, I'm being straight with you. (laughing) - Literally. - There's a phrase in poker. Never go broke with one pair, yeah?
Just remember that, okay? - He made two pairs on the river though. - I mean, how can you re-raise me on the flop.
He's only getting called by bet up. I mean like. - Go ahead and show. - You could have so much there. - [Announcer] Duthie re-buying, fresh 10K in play.
Getting his massage on. - Two hundred, two hundred. - Opening it up with the six, four, off suit. Classic John Duthie things. - It's just bad play. Everyone's tryna put their change in?
- Duthie made it 200. Dentale comes along with the nine, seven, off. Yong, of course, getting in the mix with jack, six, suited. We've got a lively table here.
Elliot Smith also makes the call on the big blind with queen, six, off. - I'm glad you guys invited me to this game now. - [Announcer] Queen, eight, seven. A little bit here for everyone. - That's a great expression, look at him.
- Shut up. - (Laughing) Look at the expression there. - Five hundred. - [Dealer] Five hundred. Call. - What the hell.
- John bets out 500 with actually the worst hand of all four players. - I can't. (laughing) - I feel so sick. - People who watch this will go, thank God I'm here. - Turns a ten, giving Yong a flush.
Everyone's stone dead. The question is, how much will they lose? - Fifteen. - [Dealer] One thousand five hundred.
Call. - I give you some money back, yeah? - [Announcer] And Yong makes the call. - I feel bad. - No you don't.
- Don't make it too expensive on the river. - Alright, I won't. - Weird river for Duthie now.
He hits a straight, but it's the bottom end of one, and the flush is out there. - I call. - I'm not qualified to say what that was on the river. It looks like it might have been a bluff or a value bet. I'm really not quite sure which.
- Lesson number four. (laughing) - Oh my God. I just hate this guy so much. I have to work with him as well. - When there's three of the same color on the board, it's called a flush.
- Stop it, stop it. - And the flush beats a straight. - Oh my God.
- I'm straddled, yeah? - I understand why it happened because-- - [Announcer] One more, Duthie back in action. - Take a long time. - [Announcer] How much pain can this man take? He's gonna have to slow it down a little bit. (poker chips clicking) Duthie raising it up with king, nine to 300.
- [Dealer] Call. - Oh I can't bear losing to Rob. I can't bear it. - Ace, queen, off suit here for Lefrancois. And he makes it 1100 to go. - [Dealer] One thousand one hundred.
- Duthie not going anywhere with a king, nine off suit. I hope he's ready to pump the breaks because he's been playing pretty fast and pretty furious so far this session. Ace, three, deuce, top pair second kicker for Lefrancois.
And nada for Duthie. Seven hundred to go. Duthie's having none of it. Now, he might think that was a good card. But sadly, he's only eight percent to win, and his opponent is about to drive the value hammer into a stack.
Even though Duthie has improved on the turn here, I think it would be a pretty solid play to fold. - [Dealer] Raise, all in. - But what do I know? All in it is. - I gotta win some money back somewhere.
- Call. - Nice hand. - Duthie is doing to money what Dentale does to T-shirts. - Oh those pairs are after all you. (uptempo jazz music) John Duthie felted again in a bad spot.
I feel like it's time for high tea and a breather, because Jonathan is steaming. We'll be right back to count stacks after this. - So far this session, our big winner is Rob Yong, coming in at plus 37,000 dollars. Matt Glantz also up 11,000. Jon Duthie down 30, our big loser. With a couple other people down seven to 10,000 dollars.
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And I was dead. - I can't think of a better flop. (chips crashing) - [Announcer] Brought to you by Kimo Sabe Mezcal and Sit & Go 2.0. - Nah I'm being straight with you.