Postflop Poker Podcast - Episode 27 - Paired Board / No overcards

Join us for the final skipperless episode as the duo prepare for a future under the command of a new Captain, Merv. This episode features a hand in which Mike takes great pleasure in taking some of Ben's chips in a classic pre-podcast homegame hand. There's also analysis from a famous live hand, as well as a cash hand.

Love the Show?

Help support us by writing a review of this podcast on iTunes. The more reviews we get, the more listeners we get, and that means we can keep delivering you fresh new strategy every few weeks!

Hand 1 - No Overcards / Paired Board (home game)  

Hand 2 - No Overcards / Paired Board (cash game)

Hand 3 - No Overcards / Paired Board (live hand)

Locale: Heads-up in Monte Carlo for a million dollars, featuring Phil Ivey vs. Paul Jackson.

The Blinds: 12,000/24,000 with a 4,000 ante.

Chip counts: Jackson, roughly one million; Ivey, roughly four million.

The Hand:

Jackson: 6s 5d

Ivey: Qh 8h

Preflop: Jackson completes the small blind for 12,000, Ivey raises to 74,000, and Jackson calls.

Flop: 7c Jc Jh (Pot: 176,000) Ivey leads out for 80,000, Jackson raises to 170,000, Ivey reraises to 320,000, Jackson reraises to 470,000, and Ivey declares all in (for Jackson's remaining 380,000). Jackson folds.