VIDEO: Hellmut Says He Bluffed Off His Main Event With 10-3 Offsuit

Posted at 22:30 2014-07-11 by PokerNetwork Staff

The hand

With the blinds at 500/1,000/100, the player in the cutoff opened and Hellmuth three-bet from the small blind. The player in the cutoff four-bet to 13,100 and Hellmuth called.

Hellmuth checked the {a-Hearts}{j-Diamonds}{6-Diamonds} flop and his opponent continued for 8,500. At this point, Hellmuth put in a check-raise to 22,000, which was called.

Both players checked the {k-Spades} turn. When the {k-Diamonds} river came to complete the board, Hellmuth bet 33,000. His opponent moved all in for Hellmuth’s last 12,000. After a short tank of about 45 seconds, Hellmuth released his hand and it was later revealed that he had {10-}{3-}.

Hellmuth busted soon after when his {a-}{3-} failed to improve against {a-}{j-}.

The lesson according to Hellmuth

The lesson according to us

In an easy field you don't alwasy have to try outplaying your opponents.

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