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2017 WSOP Main Event Final Table -- Hand #118


In this hand, our hero Scott Blumstein defends his big blind with Ace-Four offsuit. By the river, there is a King-high straight on the board, but Scott has the should he proceed? 2017 World Champ Scott Blumstein reviews Hand #118 from the Main Event.

NOTE: In all these Scott Blumstein Hand Reviews, the best learning experience is achieved by pausing the video at each decision point, and thinking through the situation BEFORE listening to Scott's comments.

In the future, the Advanced Poker Training "Combat Trainer" will help you practice a situation much like this one. While at the moment it's not possible to practice this exact scenario (a straight on the board), we can use the Final Table Trainer to practice defending our big blind with A-4 offsuit:

Click here to be dealt Ace-Four suited from the big blind as a big stack at the final table

NOTE: The link above will not work right unless you are a paid member of Advanced Poker Training.


  • marcelvandorstm

    I learn a lot from these reviews, thanks! Also the training session is very helpfull as you immediately can check out different strategies to get a grip on what works good and what not so good + how comfortable you feel in a particular situation.

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