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Old 12-15-2005, 04:22 AM
JooWish622 JooWish622 is offline
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Default Joe cassidy\'s A high call on the river

He called a CR on the river with A7 on a board of 985QJ, 3 diamonds with the flush card hitting the river... does this seem insane to anyone?

Does anyone know the action of this hand? I can only imagine that there was heavy action preflop and then checks on the flop and turn. I would very much like to know the action in this hand.
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Old 12-15-2005, 04:50 AM
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Default Re: Joe cassidy\'s A high call on the river

he had to call 200k into a 940k pot after he bet out and got raised at the river. i dont know the previous action, but this isnt incredibly out of line.

rj
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Old 12-15-2005, 04:51 AM
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Default Re: Joe cassidy\'s A high call on the river

How often do you bluff and call on the same street in NL with no cards to come?
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Old 12-15-2005, 05:21 AM
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Default Re: Joe cassidy\'s A high call on the river

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How often do you bluff and call on the same street in NL with no cards to come?

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Could you say that he was really bluffing? You could argue he was making a value bet.
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Old 12-15-2005, 05:33 AM
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Default Re: Joe cassidy\'s A high call on the river

All,

From Gutshot:

With 410,000 in the pot, Patrik Antonius leads out for 200,000

The board comes JhQh 5d6d 9s

Joe Cassidy thought for an age, then called.

Antonuis shows for Ah3d Ace high.

Joe shows As7d for another ace high. But his seven kicker gives him the pot.

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Very different than the CP account, no idea which is accurate.
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Old 12-15-2005, 11:25 AM
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Default Re: Joe cassidy\'s A high call on the river

You're forgetting that this was also a great play on Antonius' part. He read Cassidy for not hitting the board. Unfortunately, Cassidy made the same read on Antonius, and ended up calling with a higher kicker.
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Old 12-15-2005, 11:49 AM
JooWish622 JooWish622 is offline
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Default Re: Joe cassidy\'s A high call on the river

I have a different post from cardplayer,

Date / Time: 2005-12-14 23:04:00
Title: Joe Cassidy Wins a Huge Pot Against Patrik Antonius to Take the Chip Lead
Log: With the board showing 9s-6d-5d-Qh-Jd on the river, Joe Cassidy bets about $100,000 into a roughly $500,000 pot, and Patrik Antonius raises to $300,000. Cassidy makes an incredible call with Ad-7c (ace high). Sure enough, Antonius shows Ah-3d, and Cassidy's kicker plays to win the entire pot.


Joe Cassidy is our new chip leader with approximately $1.45 million, while Antonius is down to $500,000.


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All,

From Gutshot:

With 410,000 in the pot, Patrik Antonius leads out for 200,000

The board comes JhQh 5d6d 9s

Joe Cassidy thought for an age, then called.

Antonuis shows for Ah3d Ace high.

Joe shows As7d for another ace high. But his seven kicker gives him the pot.

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Very different than the CP account, no idea which is accurate.

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Old 12-15-2005, 11:50 AM
JooWish622 JooWish622 is offline
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Default Re: Joe cassidy\'s A high call on the river

So what you're saying is is thatyou call with A high in a tournament situation for 1/4 of your chips if you're getting 5-1 on the call more than 16 percent of the time...

"bloop bloop"

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he had to call 200k into a 940k pot after he bet out and got raised at the river. i dont know the previous action, but this isnt incredibly out of line.

rj

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Old 12-15-2005, 01:30 PM
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Default Re: Joe cassidy\'s A high call on the river

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So what you're saying is is thatyou call with A high in a tournament situation for 1/4 of your chips if you're getting 5-1 on the call more than 16 percent of the time...

"bloop bloop"

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he had to call 200k into a 940k pot after he bet out and got raised at the river. i dont know the previous action, but this isnt incredibly out of line.

rj

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no, he's saying that he did this time.

perhaps he had a reason to????
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Old 12-15-2005, 02:07 PM
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Cassidy isn't insane. Only insanely good.
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