Poker Night in America | Season 3, Episode 10 | Atlantic City By Way Of Cincinnati

– [Voiceover] From the Golden
Nugget in Atlantic City, New Jersey, this is Poker Night in America. (big band music) – Welcome to Poker Night in
America. I’m your host, Chris Hanson. We’re back in Atlantic
City at the Golden Nugget for more poker, obviously, but we’ve also got another
segment of Poker Night at the Movies, featuring our panel of experts reviewing poker scenes from
famous movies. We’ve got a lot to get to
tonight, so let’s get to the floor and catch up with the players. We continue day two here at
Golden Nugget, Atlantic City, minimum buy in
for the game is $5,000, maximum is $20,000. And as you can see, so far both Steven McLoughlin and Dan Shak have had pretty good days, Andrew Hanna needs to turn
things around. – Yeah I played on Fantasy
Sports Live about ten years ago. – You’re just not straddling
anymore Matt? – Well, sometimes I forget. – I’ll straddle. – I do, like, 50% of the time, I
guess. – One third for me. Exactly. – Two not down, then one up. – [Matthew] You running
PokerTracker? – The business, right now, this
very moment. Yeah. – [Chris] Golden Nugget Atlantic
City this weeks stop for Poker Night in Amercia. You can always check out
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We also put out all of livestreasms up there from
events. Not every event we will have a
livestream, it depends on regulations. King high flop. So Patterson is ahead. Glantz bets $500. Patterson calls. So Malkin had a decison to make, he got an up and down
straight draw. And he wants to see the turn.
So he calls. So three players will see the turn together. And the turns a jack. You said that he straddled
exactly one-third of the time. – No, that’s me, I said
I’m doing it one-third. – I was like, oh, you got
PokerTracker. – No I got that. Yeah. – You just jumped right
into the business aspect. Very matter-of-factly. – He’s our today’s James Woods. – I don’t know if that’s
a compliment or insult. – Not a compliment.
(laughter) In case there was any doubt. – I’ll just clear this off. – [Chris] Tyler Patterson
just calls. Patterson makes two-pair on the
river, he checks. And quickly folds. – Please show bluff. – [Chris] Thought maybe
Patterson was checking in order to get Malkin to bet,
then come over top of him. – Who invited this guy? – [Chris] But instead,
a big pot for Harwyn. – Not everybody has a palette
that any cup of coffee could blow
their mind. – True, but even Nolan Dalla
liked it, which is pretty hard. – A lowly man like Nolan Dalla!
(laughter) A man of the people like Mr.
Dalla. Is that what you’re getting at. Even a man of the people would
enjoy this cup of coffee. – There’s nothing like
a good Nolan Dalla rib. – [Chris] Alright this is
the first we’ve heard from Dan Shak tonight, he’s got
9s. Andrew Hanna next to act, in
seat 2. – Ah, come on. – [Chris] Ebony Kenny, in
seat 3. – King 5, king 5. – [Chris] She will play
her first hand of the night. She calls with suited ace /
king. And now to barista Steven
McLoughlin. He calls. Glantz will fold his $100
straddle. So three players are going
to the flop together. – Can’t call $200, that’s
horrible. – [Chris] A nice low flop,
looks good for Dan Shak and his 9s. But Ebony Kenney picks up the
flush draw. – Believe me if my hand hit
that flop, I’d be in there. – It’s the same thing I get. I get the blonde roast
with a shot of espresso. – No logos man. – I’m not really a fan of
Starbucks coffee, though. – No logos. – [Matthew] Let’s ask Steve
what he thinks of Starbucks. – [Joe] No please, let’s not.
(laughter) – [Steve] Did you read my
tweet about that the other day? – No. – He doesn’t even follow you on
Twitter. Oh, I was trying to needle him
and now… – I don’t follow Matt,
though, at least, now I don’t. I was making a joke about the
flat white, which everyone’s raving about. And I just had one the other
day, and I have to admit, it was a really, really good cup
of milk. – [Shaun] I gotta say on camera,
his wife has gotten much better at
Twitter. – Spouse.
– Wife. I’m not as close to her
as Matt’s wife, but… – [Chris] Dan Shak
bets a thousand, and Ebony Kenney thinking it
over, making it appear she has a tough
decision to make, where I think
it’s an easy one to make. – A lot of the old New York
guys, like Johnny Boom Boom and Jay
Heimowitz. – Any of them still around
at all? – [Chris] Still 40% chance
to win here, on the river, which doesn’t come in, and that
is how you lose a bunch of
money with ace / king. Action’s on Dan. – Not everyone, but everyone
goes to World Series and plays
poker. Everybody now. It’s like six weeks, they’re out
there for some period of time. – You don’t come anymore. – I was there last year.
– Oh you were. Yeah not for long but I was
there for a couple weeks. – [Chris] If he checks,
Ebony might take a stab at this. – I know who she is. – Do you know what she’s doing
nowadays? – [Chris] She checks behind. – You have a set?
– [Ebony] No. – Jack?
– [Ebony] No. – [Chris] It sounds like Dan
Shak might have been scared of the
monsters underneath the bed, if Ebony would have just bet. Time to pay some bills, but more
poker’s just around the corner,
on Poker Night in America. Poker Night in America is being
brought to you by Where the world plays online. – Thanks for coming back
to Poker Night in America. Let’s return to the felt. – What did you have, like,
7s or 8s? – No, you’ll see it, it’s bad. – [Chris] Poker Night
in America is brought to you by 888Poker, where
the world plays online. – I knew there was no way
they could last. The edge is just so big, and the game was so big, fish go broke very quickly. – You had a big piece, yourself? – Had like a third. – Big enough? – [Chris] Deeb makes its
$1100. – What’s your read, Joe? – [Chris] Back to Matt. – All in.
– Oh, god (bleep). – Wait, don’t act yet, Shaun. I wanna hear what Joe says about your hand before you act. Okay, what does Shaun Deeb have,
Joe? Is he calling or folding? – He’s all in? He’s calling. – He’s right, I call. – Wow, how good’s your
reads Joe. – [Chris] And our
biggest pot of the night will be with Shaun Deeb and Matt
Stout, worth over $9000! Jacks still ahead. – Hope you get an ace on the
river, but there’s a jack on the turn. – Four of hearts. – How about a queen now, just
queen. Is everybody rooting?
Too fast. – [Chris] So Shaun
Deeb will scoop the pot. – Oh, man, that actually saved
me. – Really? Couldn’t beat
that hand? – [Chris] And it looks like a
re-buy coming from Matt Stout. – I flatted hoping you
would squeeze. – Wait. I get a card. – She’s like, we’re saving you
money. – I’m just hanging out with no
money, I’m gonna chat it up. I’m not Greg Raymer. (laughter) What, Greg’s a really nice guy, but it’s really weird
to see someone who will start a new story at the poker
table after he’s out of the
tournament. Greg, you know you can’t reload? You’re gonna have to leave soon. He actually started multiple
stories. – Greg is not as good
at this as Gram Deeb. Because she’s the only one who
can re-buy. – [Chris] Steve
McLoughlin referring to how Shaun Deeb loves
to buy his grandmother into the $10,000 World
Series of Poker Main Event. – He was in the middle of a
story when he got knocked out, and I figured he was just gonna
walk away. That didn’t happen at
all, he finished that one, and decided to start
talking about another story. – I love Greg, and me and
Steven always joke about, you have a phone call,
toughest person ever to get off a phone with. Literally like he’s on the phone
with you, holding it, you can’t hit end. – So you’ve never talked to
James Woods on the phone. (laughter) – That was actually our
conversation last night. Can you imagine James
Woods and Greg Raimer in a room together, locked in a
box. They’re gonna fight to
the death by talking. – They would be fighting,
they would both be competing– – Who would survive the longest? – Greg, he’s got more stored
fat, can go for longer. What, that’s not… – Funny thing is, he would
probably make that joke, but I don’t know if it’s okay
for you to make that joke. – I could, as a fat guy.
You know. – Greg’s awesome, but he can
talk. – I thought you’d say,
Greg’s awesome, but he’s fat. (laughter) – [Chris] Malkin steps
aside, now back to Shaun Deeb. A call. So now $4000 in the middle
as we go to the turn. Here comes another bet from Dan
Shak. He calls the $2000. And here comes the river. It’s a brick for Shaun Deeb. Let’s see if he’s got Dan Shak
scared. Dan Shak is first to act, and he checks. Deeb checks behind. Right after winning a huge pot, Shaun Deeb loses a huge pot. We’ve got more from Atlantic
City, so don’t go anywhere. It’s Poker Night in America. – [Voiceover] Draft Kings. The official fantasy sports
site of Poker Night in America. – Welcome back to Poker Night in
America. We’re in Atlantic City
at the Golden Nugget. And now back to the poker. – Shaun you should just
get it all-in pre all the time.
That’s the hands you’ve won. You only win flips. – I’m aware. – He knows how to play two
cards. You might even be
flipping against me there. – Lately, he’s been better at
playing five and seven cards. – [Chris] Poker Night
in America is brought to you by 888Poker, where
the world plays online. – Eventually, I’ll flop
something. It’s likely. – Ebony’s in? – I am. – [Chris] Steven McLoughlin
assessing the situation, and decides to fold. – [Matt] It’s just not the same
when it’s not Shaun opening the pot,
is it? – It doesn’t feel as good. – I can dealt good hands just
as often as everybody else. – I showed the aces,
played the heck of that. – [Steve] Oh, I suck at poker. I should have called. – Give him two cards out of the
muck. – That’d be fun if I could play two random cards out of the
muck. – [Chris] Alright five players
seeing the flop together. – I know someone who would did
that. Sit behind another player, if the first player would fold, he’d have the option of playing
the hand. – If they’re working together,
that works out really well. (laughter) – Guy has aces, he says, “Oh,
I’ll fold.” Person behind says, “I’ll play
that hand.” Never gonna put him on aces. – [Shaun] Do you like Omaha?
– Sure. – We’re really gonna play this
badeucy by the way? – Are we really gonna
play this badeucy? – Why not? – We have to settle our bet
first. – No. You play me 2 and 4 thousand,
okay, then we’ll settle the bet
first. You must play at least an hour. – I think it’s important,
though, for those who are watching at
home, never heard of a badeucy before. – They’re never gonna learn it. – But you should explain what
the badeucy is. – I don’t want them to know it. Half the explanation is
explaining the badugi. That’s just too much. – It’s like poker, it’s a draw
form, a draw form of poker. – Beacuas I have never
played it before in my life. – Joe’s happened to have
solved that form of poker. He hasn’t solved the other forms
yet. – It’s draw poker, triple draw. And it’s a split pot game.
– Correct. – Way too complicated for Shaun. – He’s good at half of it. And losing the other half. – [Chris] Let’s see if Ebony’s
gonna make her move here, and jam the turn. Both Andrew Hanna and Ebony
Kenney playing pretty short stacked. – You’re all-in? – I like that you
didn’t snap call. – Slow rolls are encouraged, so, be careful what you wish for. – I’m no expert at all, but it
seems like low is way easier. – Oh, to getting fantasy. – Just to get it right.
No not to get into fantasy land, just to get
it right. – Once or twice? – Can we run it more than once
or twice? – I always run it twice. – Learn something new. By the way, everyone,
Matt always runs it once. – Nice hand. – We don’t have to show? – [Chris] Andrew misses the
first. – You needed a jack? And she has queens? – Aces.
– Aces? – What a terrible call. – So bad. Nice hand. – Re-buy! – She’s so nice, she says sorry. I think she meant it. – [Chris] Andrew Hanna misses
the second river and so Ebony Kenney is going to
double up. One of the many ways to
play aces. Maybe dodging a couple of
bullets along the way but to double up and
win a nice pot. And it looks like
that’s going to be it for Andrew Hanna. So we’ve got a seat open
on Poker Night in America. – He, like, talked everyone
into playing a hand. He’s a ridiculous player. Why do you raise so much? Because I’m still gonna call? (laughter) – Joe, what kinda question is
that? – [Ebony] Come on, I wanted to
see this. – [Chris] Patterson loosening
up with ace / 3 of hearts, making the call. And Shaun Deeb folds. – I’m doing the badeucy. – [Chris] But he did
get one call from Patterson. Who flops a nut flush draw. Just ace-high for Matt Glantz, but worth a continuation bet. – Chris, how long is that break? – [Chris] What do you guys
want, half hour, 45 minutes? Two hours? Whatever
works best for you guys. If you’re buying, it’s
a two-hour dinner break. – They’re working a
lot longer than we are. – All in. – [Chris] Matt Glantz
running through his head, the things that he could
beat with ace-high. And that’s a pretty short
list, so he’s gonna fold. – What he show, three of hearts? – Nice hand, Matt. – I was thinking about
calling with ace high. – You had the best ace high. – [Chris] As we finish for
the night, we lost one player tonight. Andrew Hanna decided that a
$6000 loss was going to be enough. And Dan Shak, the big winner at
the table so far on Poker Night in
America, he’s now up to $19,575, a profit, over $9K! More from Atlantic City when we
come back, next on Poker Night. Poker Night in America is being
brought to you by Where the world plays online. – For tonight’s poker scene
review, we’re returning to one of the
classics: Steve McQueen’s 1965
film, The Cincinnati Kid. In this scene, McQueen
plays Eric “The Kid” Stoner, an up-and-coming five card stud
player, who proves it’s not always a bad
idea to call with a lousy pair. This is Poker Night at the
Movies. – I’m sayin’ you been marking
these cards. – I don’t need to mark
cards to beat you, pal. – He says, you know, I don’t
need to have marked cards to beat
you, pal. It’s sort of addressed the
issue of ego when you play. What’s wrong with that scene is, you should have said that in the
scene, to make the guy make a bad call, and then have the nuts. – Not say it in hindsight.
– Just to insult the guy, it makes no– it would have
worked, if it had actually gotten a
result. As you know as a poker player, and especially as a woman poker
player, – If you needle them, of course, if you say, oh, and they
try to get information, and you say, oh, blah blah blah, and you’re like, well, you know
what? I don’t need this amazing rack
that I have to get you to call. – Wow, we got there, I was
waiting– – It got there. – She’s talking about all
the chips she would have. – No, she’s actually not. No, she’s not. – I don’t need this
rack to get you to call, because you don’t have
any faith in my ability, and that’s totally fine. – [James] And then I call.
– And then he calls, and he makes the bad call, and like, hello, egg on your
face. – The overhead shot is kinda
cool, for 50 years ago, showing
the hands and everything. It’s so great, because everybody is so, like, kinda sweaty and
disheveled, and there’s Steve McQueen, who looks like he just took
a couple of studio headshots. – Such a stud.
– Pristine. Without trying. That was the essence of cool, with Steve McQueen, he
never tried to be cool. Everybody tried to be like Steve
McQueen. That’s why Sheryl Crow’s
writing a song about him 40 years after he was a huge
star. And you saw it right there, the essence of being a movie
star, not trying to be a movie star. That’s the brilliance of that
scene. – Razor blade not included
in the grungy bathroom, what do you think? – It’s like a good solid
queen-high flush. – Ebony? – I felt very, like,
Jets versus Sharks here. It was like this element of,
like, “What are you bringin’?” “What are we doin’ underneath
the bridge?” – I brought a switchblade,
I brought a Norelco. – It was like, “No, we’re gonna
be good.” “No, we’re gonna be bad.” Let’s be real, poker
players don’t do that. Like, “Oh, you shamed
me, okay, you got it.” That’s how they are. As far as realism, that’s like a
zero, but as far as what I just
enjoyed, I loved it. – So, Richard, what do you
think? – Same thing, for the poker, eh, it’s not great, but as a scene, it’s a full
house. – There you go, that’s our
review of the scene tonight, from Cincinatti Kid, on Poker
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16 thoughts on “Poker Night in America | Season 3, Episode 10 | Atlantic City By Way Of Cincinnati

  1. Great show of how NOT to play AK, youre in middle position with top pair, top kicker with the nut flush blocker and you just call Glantzs open when he could lead out with a much weaker king or just a flush or straight draw, then check again on the turn, giving your opponents even more free equity when you have top pair top kicker now with the nut flush draw then check insta-fold when you make top 2 on the river. WHAT. THE. FUCK.

  2. Firstly 2 pair AK should never be checking the river this makes it clear you don't have a flush because you for sure bet that so your opponent ceases the opportunity to go all in secondly if your opponent has a flush you block it with the Ace so therefore the turn would play differently as they would not let you suck out on river and although there are hands like Q 10 or 8 9 suited that could beat you, you must bet if you get raised then you can fold if need be but to check fold there is weak. To top it all of he then goes all in few hands later with a nut flush draw on a paired board on the turn when Glantz has led out I can't understand the guys play but doubt he's still playing these stakes.

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