– They play a little bigger when Shaun’s in town, that’s why I love it when Shaun comes to town. – The Shaun Deeb I know just really hasn’t lost much in the last couple years but at the series he’s–
– [Hanson] As Deeb thinks this over. – He never loses.
– The cork kind of came out of the champagne a little bit at the series this year. He was a little bit off. – I actually had a good summer.
– [Hanson] He’s going to raise to $2,500. – I killed it in the first week and a half, that’s why, playing Super Stud.
– Not compared to his last summer but he had a good summer. – Yeah, yeah, nothing will beat last summer. – [Hanson] Mueller can’t believe his luck, although it’s bad luck, he calls. – This is a good pot, boys. – What is going on here?
– It’s an action flop. – [Hanson] Mueller’s first. – (laughing) – It’s not funny. – That’s not funny? – Midstream he looks at his cards. – Yeah, I know.
– That’s so sick. – Midstream. – That’s so weird. You might want to look at your cards before you actually decide what you’re gonna do.
– I want to know. – That’s a call, right? – No, he’s trying to see the hand after.
– I want to know what he has. – He wants to pay the hundy for the hand afterwards. – All in. – I call. – Call.
– 7s – 10, 9s are good. – What am I gonna do, fold. – Set over set.
– Wow. – Set over set. – Shaun you’re a winner now. – That’s sick. – Not yet. – Not yet.
– I had a deuce, though. No I’m just kidding. – I didn’t believe you. – I know.
I don’t know what I had. – Ah, man, a straight. – [Hanson] And Shaun Deeb scoops a $33,000 pot, this guy has more swings than a playground. – Are you a winner right now? – No, I’m still down.
I was down a lot. – Yeah, but you just you doubled and you won. – I’m in for 50. – [Hanson] And even with those two monster pots that he has won, he’s still down for the table. – You just won like 30 straight, though. 25?
More than that. – Yeah, it was 20. – What’s he in for, 10? – Getting Matt Glantz hands here. – 10 – Raise to $350.
[Hanson] And Shaun Deeb right back at it. Just $2,300 in the middle pre-flop this time. – Has Shaun Deeb ever lost in one of these cash games before, Matt? Like a televised cash game? – He runs pretty, he’s done pretty well.
I mean he plays well, though. – Little spewy. – He does play well just a little spewy. That’s really the line on Shaun. – Being a little spewy’s can really benefit you in no limit unless it’s against you, Matt.
– Shaun and I have a lot of history. A lot of history. – I would rather have Shaun’s reputation than mine. Plays well, a little spewy.
I’m lucky to not be broke, that’s the difference. – [Hanson] Neither Flack or Deeb willing to blink on this hand, one more bet would probably do it from either player. – I think everybody in this game is well respected in our poker world. – Thank you. – Best players.
– Thank you, Phil, that’s the best compliment I’ve received since I’ve been at this table. – Well, I don’t know you yet. – Just air on the side of caution. – [Hanson] Flack is going nowhere. – I bought your book, that should count for something, right?
– [Hanson] River’s another king. And action is on Deeb. – When are you going to Connecticut? – That was delayed so. – I was gonna say you can go to Parks after that. – Yeah, I might do that.
– [Hanson] He just keeps the pressure going. – Just text me when you’re coming. – You win. – [Hanson] And once again Shaun Deeb just when he gets things going in the right direction, takes another step back. – Layne Flack, ladies and gentlemen.
– [Hanson] There is more Poker Night in America around the corner. Draft Kings, the official fantasy sports site of Poker Night in America. – What’d you have like ace, jack? – Yeah, right. – You wouldn’t have said that’s good that fast with ace, jack. – No, I would’ve known you had me beat if you called that fast.
– [Hanson] Welcome back to Rams Head Center Stage here at Maryland Live! Normally a great place to see live music but tonight you’re watching some of the best poker players in the world on Poker Night in America. – You could have been part of the slow rolling in there.
(laughing) – It’s always possible but. – That is a very good point, he’s like, “You got it.” And then turned over two aces. – Seen that show before. – Not only is it a good group of guys and good players, also fun to play with. Right?
– I agree, legitimate group. – Although I’ve never heard Robert Williamson so quiet before. – There’s hardly time to talk with this group.
– Oh, that’s no excuse. – You are quiet today. – A little bit. – Maybe he’s just older and quieter. When he was younger he was really talkative.
– Oh, I’m talkative still. – If we were playing PLO, though, he’d be the most talkative person at the table I bet. – If it were PLO he’d be talking every hand.
That’s true, right Robert? You’d be like. – Just enjoying my beer over here. – [Hanson] A flush draw for Layne Flack. Shaun Deeb hits middle pair.
– He’s trying to stay quiet and focused and concentrated. – This looks familiar, oh, no, it doesn’t. – If I was trying to focus too hard, Phil, I wouldn’t be on my sixth beer. – Let’s see your Tobasco Sauce, I know it’s on you, let me see. – Of course, you know, you just thought I was happy to see ya?
– There it is, let me see that Tobasco sauce. After this hand, let these guys play. – And keep the label down. We don’t want any products.
Last thing I need to do is get my Tobasco confiscated, that would suck. – What’s the story here? – Costa Rican Tobasco, it’s the best hot sauce around, I eat it in my food and my beer. – All right.
– I love it, I carry it wherever I travel, I carry a bottle a day, that’s about what I go through. – A bottle a day? – I’m probably about halfway through this. – All right. – So, Phil, when you wind up going to Connecticut let me know, call me and then I’ll set it up, he’ll definitely come down. – How far is it?
– It’s only a couple hours for him. – How far is it from me, from Connecticut? – You know where Princeton is?
We’re half an hour from Princeton. – Roughly. – [Hanson] Flack betting his draw on both the flop and the turn. And Shaun Deeb is riding it out with his pair of 3s. Trying to weather the storm, the river is a king. Flack missed his flush.
Will there be one more bet? Will there be one more call, here on the river? $5,500 the bet from Flack. – Wow. – [Hanson] And a call, you’ve got to be kidding me.
– I might be getting slow rolled. – Sick call. Jesus! Oh my God, that’s such a sick call. – [Hanson] And Matt Glantz at a front row seat to the circus that has been Shaun Deeb here at Maryland Live!
– What the hell just happened? – [Hanson] He’s already into this game for $50,000 so I guess he’s thinking, “Well, what have I got to lose?” “I’ve only got more money to win.” And here he goes, back at it with 8, 9. – Robert, let me see that Tobasco sauce. – You can’t do it on the table.
– Yeah, minus the logo. – Do it face down. – We’re a little smarter than you are, we’re not gonna show the– – Jesus! – Yeah, we already declared he wasn’t gonna show it.
– Phil, so defensive. All I said is don’t show the logo. – He can get brutal. – He’s serious. – See now, Robert Williamson carries, now that would have been a good flop.
Robert Williamson carries this around with him everywhere he goes for his beer. It’s made in Costa Rica and since you and I party at the Derby every year I know this. – It’s true.
– I tell you what, Tobasco is getting some good name recognition, though. – You know, McIlhenny family has actually offered me kind of a little bit of a deal before. – Well, that’s not a brand that we just said it was from Costa Rica. – No, I know, but you’re calling Tobasco and it’s a brand. – It’s not, it’s like Kleenex, it’s just. – Yeah.
– It’s actually a province in Mexico. – I don’t think you’re supposed to promote Costa Rica, this is Maryland. – Talk about Maryland only. – I think I have an Aria hat on, that’s not Maryland.
– 2,000 – I’m so sick ’cause you could easily have a deuce here. – Aye yai yai yai yai. – I have a 9. – It’s good.
– Got a little scared when you were worried about that deuce and nothing else. – Well, boys and girls, Shaun Deeb is now up for the day. How does he do it?
– [Hanson] Yeah, really, congratulations. He was down $31,000 when we started tonight’s episode, in the game for $50,000 so he is now even. – So the name of this casino is just, the name of it is actually Live!? – Maryland Live!
– Oh. – With an exclamation point. – So that means you say it Maryland Live! – Live! It’s Maryland Live! – [Hanson] Phil DePalo who plays a lot here at Maryland Live!
It’s not quite as cool when I do it. – Doc’s in. – The Doc is in. – [Hanson] Raises to $175, he gets a call from Greg Mueller, Tom Schneider who has been pretty quiet here tonight, will get involved.
– They told me if I didn’t play loose they wouldn’t invite me back. – Really? – You made it trips early, might have been correct. – Either way it would look good if it is correct, right, that genius out there making the tight folds with.
– To the maniac of the table. – That’s right. – I don’t know how you played that, I don’t know how you won that hand from me. – [Hanson] Here comes the turn. – Because you didn’t make a spade, jack or 7 and I had a pair of 3s. – [Hanson] Greg Mueller’s still ahead with top pair.
– From start to finish. – You don’t know how I got on any? – I just don’t know how I got there. – Not one street you would have played the same as me? Is that what you’re saying?
– I might’ve taken one off on the flop. – Okay. – [Hanson] Glantz bets $450. – You don’t like the turn card? – [Hanson] A call from Mueller. – It was raised, re-raised before the flop.
– [Hanson] Schneider looking for a straight on the river. – I understand the concept of why would I bet the river if I hit something, I mean all that part’s easy. – Much more.
– Much more, huh? – What I know nobody knows, except for Matt Glantz, he knows everything I know. – [Hanson] Mueller in seat one bets $800.
– So it was auto call? – You see how long it took me to call the river. – Auto call. – [Hanson] Tom Schneider missed so he’s gonna try to win the pot by raising.
He gets Glantz to fold, will he get Mueller to fold? And he does. – What’d you show, king? Greg, what’d you show? – King. – Wow.
– We’re gonna need a break, this game just went sideways. You’re folding top pair, he’s calling all in on the bottom pair. – Yeah, he had something’s weird. Cats are chasing dogs. (laughing) Carrots are eating the rabbits, what’s going on here?
– [Hanson] Very nice bluff there, Tom. After the break we’ll see who’s added money to their stacks and who’s added experience. Poker Night in America is being brought to you by 888poker.com. Where the world plays online. – [Hanson] Welcome back to Poker Night in America and here’s where we end our play tonight on Poker Night. You’ve really got to hand it to Shaun Deeb, down $31,000 when we started the episode tonight and now up $2,300 and he is in the game for $50,000, I checked the records, that is the deepest anyone has ever gotten on Poker Night in America.
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Jesus. Oh my God. How good is Shaun Deeb? Wow, what the hell just happened? – One way or another he’s trying to get even here.
– That’s is pretty sick. – I have a 9. – It’s good. – Well, boys and girls, Shaun Deeb is now up for the day. – What was the most you were stuck? – 35 or so.
– Half and hour ago he stuck 35. – I mean how, how, how do you get out, how do win $35,000 back? – Play your hand sometimes you get rewarded. (laughing) – [Glantz] Phil, how are you losing this game?