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High Stakes Poker was unique among televised poker series because it did not take place in a tournament setting. Instead, the program showed a high stakes ring game. The minimum buy-in to the game is US$100,000 , but players have bought in for as much as $1,000,000, such as Daniel Negreanu in Season 1 and Brad Booth in Season 3. In Season 2, Gus Hansen won $575,700 with four fives, beating Daniel Negreanu's full house. For part of the fourth season, the minimum buy in was $500,000. The first episode with the minimum $500,000 buy-in was broadcast on November 5, 2007. The minimum cash buy in for the fifth season increased to $200,000 the largest buy-in for an entire run of a television series. Tom Dwan and Phil Ivey bought in for $500,000 in season six. Unlike tournament poker, the chips involved represent real money. Season seven
debuted on its new GSN Saturday night time slot. Norm Macdonald replaced Gabe Kaplan as the host and Kara Scott conducted interviews from the poker room floor.

One of the most exciting hands to flop is three-of-a-kind. When I flop a set or trips, my primary goal is to figure out how to get as many chips as possible from my opponent. Naturally, though, there are many things to consider, starting with the type of three-of-a-kind that presents itself.

For those of you who are new to poker, I would first like to clarify the difference between a “set” and “trips.” A set is a three-of-a-kind made with a pocket pair and one community card. Trips is a three-of-a-kind made with one of your hole cards and a pair on the board. This vocabulary distinction is not important when it comes to how you play the hand, but rather when describing the action to somebody. The listener will understand what happened better if you use the terms “set” and “trips” appropriately rather than interchangeably. Read more…

Michael Mizrachi won a dramatic hand with A Q against Matthew Jarvis with pockets 9s. The flop came down with two queens giving Mizrachi the lead. But the turn was a 9, giving Jarvis the lead with a full house. An ace on the river gave Mizrachi a better full house to eliminate Jarvis in 8th place. Mizrachi was eliminated by Jonathan Duhamel in fifth place and won $2,332,992.

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