Playing Draws vs Boston Rob on Poker Night in America



Weekly Poker Hand 301: In this hand from Poker Night in America, Boston Rob leads on the flop and when the turn pairs, he puts me and Kim in a tough spot. What would you do here?

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  • I use to watch where Daniel negrenu coaches Boston rob in being a pro player

    Tyler Joyner July 16, 2020 1:54 am Reply
  • great video thank you! ıf turn was safe card like 3 (no hearth), you want to call?

    kemirgentv2 kemirgentv2 July 16, 2020 1:54 am Reply
  • In Kim’s position, the Q would make me more likely to call since it is less likely Boston Rob has it.

    Matthew Riebel July 16, 2020 1:54 am Reply
  • I find myself enjoying this one more than usual simply because it is live and you are the hero. Nice to have someone to root for.

    Noah G July 16, 2020 1:54 am Reply
  • I dont think Kim has played poker so she's a bit of a wild card

    Taylor Sias July 16, 2020 1:54 am Reply
  • Given that opponents are all survivor contestants and probably call too wide, would you ever open for more than 3X?

    Ray Macdonald July 16, 2020 1:54 am Reply
  • Play the footage for us !

    SG Fitness July 16, 2020 1:54 am Reply
  • i remember watching this and was so surprised to see you playing them!
    then i watched that ultimate beat movie and there you were in it again.
    then i turn on youtube and you have these live steams! like wtf..

    survivor is also one of my fav shows.
    tony is crushing it

    john franklin July 16, 2020 1:54 am Reply
  • Jonathan, it’s nice looking people like you that makes my wife feel ok with me playing poker. Thank you for your efforts and the free poker education.

    David'sSon July 16, 2020 1:54 am Reply
  • You would be very fun to watch on survivor!

    neonegypt July 16, 2020 1:54 am Reply
  • Good video. I've found in my games often (online) that people that lead on wet boards with smaller sizings very often have exactly the type of hands that Rob has here. Top pair not great kicker looking to squeeze out three small streets of value against smaller pairs or drawing hands. I definitely think a call is a default play especially having someone to act behind you, but I'm going to raise here a portion of the time if I think my opponent is weak and will fold on later streets. Especially you have the 10 blocker to the straight and you have all the sets. Queen turn wouldn't be a great card to continue barreling, but I find that if a brick came out on the turn it would be much easier to take the pot away after you raised the flop than if you would flat call the flop.

    micropoker guy July 16, 2020 1:54 am Reply
  • AT UTG is automatic playing hand? Seems like some serious reverse implied odds there. I guess you'd fold to any serious action behind? Or are you overvaluing the suitedness too much maybe? (EDIT: Ok I see you were 6-handed, I thought it was full ring, which would make a difference I suppose)

    YolkyPalky July 16, 2020 1:54 am Reply
  • When it comes to your nut flush draws, what's the plan when a good opponent routinely bets Pot, when he thinks you're on a draw? Call only when you also have a Straight draw or top pair?

    Thanks for the excellent video, and for all you do.

    Alan Evans July 16, 2020 1:54 am Reply
  • Doug Polk at 2:05

    george17perris July 16, 2020 1:54 am Reply
  • Thoughts on Season 40 Jonathan?

    Adam C July 16, 2020 1:54 am Reply

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