re: Poker & The Durrrr challenge has started
Originally Posted by pokerlovesme
He plays against Phil Hellmuth. watch hellmuth vs dwan on national heads up poker championship. he puts up all of his chips with pocket 10s. sucks out to win and then he thinks he's the shit and talks beef. wtf? i'm not gonna deny it. dwan is far more skilled than i'll ever be because I play 5/10 live and i'm a newbie online. but he's arrogant and thinks he can take on anyone. just can't wait till ivey or antonius squashes him.
Wow, your line of reasoning keeps getting even better!!!
Maybe you need to go back and watch that video again, and watch what happens at the end CLOSELY and LISTEN to what is said between the two players. Hellmuth jumps up and all but assumes that his aces are good, talking to the people in the crowd.
But then, of course, Hellmuth did what he always does when he loses and immediately attacks the play of his opponent, which he does EVERY SINGLE TIME and regardless of how good or bad his opponent's play was! HE IS THE POOREST OF THE POOR LOSERS!!
So Dwan says something to the effect of "I was going to tell you good game, but then you acted like an ass so I'm not going to," which I believe is more than justified by the act that Hellmuth was putting on. Would you let Phil Hellmuth talk shit to you and berate you on national television, because I damn sure wouldn't. He lost and he acted like a spoiled little punk kid, which he always does, and you think the other guy was in the wrong???
Only someone related to Hellmuth in some way could have such an illogical view of what happened. Hellmuth was the ass, not Dwan.
If his aces had held up, Hellmuth would've been saying "tough beat, you had a good hand" instead of crying like a little baby.
How many times in a heads up match do you think a player gets pocket cards of 10-10 or better?