Dentale and Gavin Smith DUST UP | S5 E36 Poker Night in America


– [Announcer] From Choctaw
Resort in Durant, Oklahoma, this is Poker Night in America! (lively orchestral music) – Hello and welcome to
Poker Night in America! I’m Chris Hanson
alongside Joe Stapleton. What are you doing? – Just gotta get
a quick pump in. I heard Mike Dentale
take Matt Glantz’s seat. If he’s coming after Glantz
he can come after any of us. I’m cramping. Day two and we’ve got some fresh
blood to close out the night. Esther Taylor has
the most work to do, down $25,000 but uh-oh I
hope you bought some tickets, seat three, the gun show’s here. – And don’t forget
about Will Berry, because his name is both a
statement and a question. – You might’ve just
lost your road partner. – [Announcer] Blinds
are 25 and 50 and yes, Mike Dentale in seat three. – His word is worthless. – [Announcer] There’s
Will in the white hat, he’s bought in a little short. I would expect to see him all-in before the end of the night. I love that Choctaw has
these free roles basically where their players can come and play on
Poker Night in America, and that’s where
Will comes from. Will’s not gonna wanna
mess around with Ace-four when he has got far fewer chips than everyone else at the table. – It was a bad river. I mean it just you know. – Right. – [Announcer] Esther
Taylor with pocket nines. (clinks) Dentale on the button. – [Announcer] Must
be laundry day, he was forced to wear
a shirt with sleeves. – [Announcer] But I like
how he rolls the one up just to compensate. – [Announcer] It’ll
get rid of them soon. – I’m gonna stack Gavin, right
now it’s just so disgusting. I mean I like the guy too. (clinks) – I lost 20 K against
this hand and I’ve lost– – My heart’s not there. (laughs) And you can’t get my
pulse from my heart. – [Announcer] I
don’t hate the fact that she’s thinking
about folding nines here. Gavin’s been
playing pretty snug. – Call. – [Announcer] And
isolating Dentale is probably exactly
what Gavin wanted. – Gavin I really
mean this sincerely. – You give me your word? – I don’t want to really
hurt you too bad all right? – Yeah. – [Esther] So this is actually
the hand I would win right? – [Announcer] Oh Etay! (laughs) But for Dentale, what a flop! This is almost dream
material for him. – [Announcer] This flop
is bigger for Dentale than his freakishly
large right arm. It’s like that Thunderdome
episode of Rick and Morty. – I’m all-in. (clinks) (clinks) (clinks) (clinks) – [Announcer] Dentale all-in, so many draws out there Gavin probably shouldn’t
be folding here. But as you can see this would
be a coin flip for $23,000. Can’t say I hate a fold either, when Gavin’s ahead it’s
not gonna be by a lot, and sometimes he’ll
be flat out behind. Can’t really blame him. Who wants to flip for $23,000? [Announcer] Especially when
you already have the pair, I mean basically
you’re drawing dead. – [Announcer] Yeah,
there’s no way to improve, you’re right. – [Announcer] There you
sit with your Queens and that’s gonna be it. (clinks) (clinks) – I got a big hand though. – [Esther] Show us. – I got a big hand. – [Esther] Show us! (clinks) – He’s such and underdog in
this hand it’s not even funny. Folded around to David Baker. – All right Mikey
you get your wish, we get to play a pot. – Yeah, not on the button, I mean easy to call on a button. Play on a position! – I can’t help it, they gave me this
hand on this time. – Baker goes, “Yeah, I’m gonna play a
pot with ya on the button.” Yeah, thank you, look. – [Announcer] Alec
playing out of, is it Alex or Alec? – [Announcer] It’s Alec. – [Announcer] Are you sure? – [Announcer] Yeah, A-L-E-C. – [Announcer] I feel
like it keeps changing like that Berenstain
Bears things. (clinks) – [Announcer] I don’t feel
like he’d get that offended if he got called Alex anyways. – No it’s Alec, Alec. – [Announcer] I
know what it is– – [Esther] I don’t
think you’d be offended. – [Alec] No I’m
not offended, but. – [Announcer] See,
they don’t even know! Maybe they’re talking
about more than one Alec. Alex. (clinks) Maybe he’s twins
like in The Prestige, and that’s why he’s so good. – [Announcer] Is there a big
reveal coming at the end? – [Announcer] Oh yes, spoiler alert! – [Announcer] Yeah,
you should tell us before you start
saying stuff like that. Now I don’t even wanna watch
the last three episodes. – [Announcer] Alec! It’s a movie Chris. Alec, singular, raising for value
and protection. And I don’t think
dirty old Baker is gonna be able to fold it. (clinks) Flush draw, too strong. (clinks) Does Alec keep firing? (clinks) Looks like yes! I give him a lot of credit for always knowing exactly
where he’s at in a hand, it’s like he has hand GPS. (clinks) – [Announcer] $1900 the bet. Baker still got two
overs in that flush draw, if they’re clean outs, it’s a fair amount of
equity to have in this hand. And Alec’s done a great job of
not giving him a good price. (clinks) – [Announcer] Baker
hoping and wishing for a club on the river. (clinks) – [Announcer] Brick! – [Announcer] Mm, not happening! – [Announcer]
Alec’s pair is good. – [Announcer] No, it’s Alec. – [Announcer]
Alec’s pair is good. – [Announcer] Oh,
oh, oh you got, okay. I thought you were
confused again. – [Announcer] I’ve
never not been confused. (laughs) Torelli wins 35, 75. – [Announcer] Ah! – Game on for Alec Torelli! (lively orchestral music) No respect for your raise! And outplayed Baker like a mofo! – Smashed that so well! – [Announcer] Who is mofo? Is it faux? – Torelli starts off the evening with a step in the
right direction towards eliminating
some of that debt. – Our program continues after a brief message
from our sponsors. A quick message, not a message about
briefs, sorry. (lively orchestral music) – [Announcer] Poker
Night in America brought to you by Kimo Sabe. – Showdown value! – [Announcer] Day two
continues here at Choctaw. Big tournament field
here this week too, they do a lot of big tournaments here at Choctaw in
Durant, Oklahoma. – You see my hand? – Yeah. – [Announcer] Is that why
they’re playing in a stadium? – [Announcer] Well, we are actually playing
in a concert arena here at Choctaw’s. – [Announcer] Well this thing’s
gotta wrap-up by morning because monster trucks
are here tomorrow. Whaaa! – [Announcer] You’ll
pay for the whole seat, but you’ll only need the edge. – [Esther] How much? – [Announcer] Why would
they even advertise that? That you’re getting ripped off for the amount of seat
you’re gonna need. – [Announcer] Well,
because I mean technically, somebody couldn’t sit
on the other edge, on the back edge of the seat, so I mean you gotta
buy the whole thing. – [Announcer] You
gotta pay for it even though you are
just gonna use, yeah. – [Announcer] Four
ways to this flop. Flop is Queen-high. That favors Gavin Smith. David Baker’s open-ended. – Mike I think it’s on you. – I checked! – [Announcer] Checks around
to Gavin with this top pair. David Baker up and down. 3,4,5,6, yes, he has an up and
down straight draw. Mike’s got to have
Dave’s straight outs. (clinks) (clinks) (flips) (clinks) – [Announcer] Dentale is gone, so we’re heads-up now. $4300 in the pot, here comes the turn, nine of diamonds on the turn. Not one of Baker’s
straight outs. – [Announcer] And not
a scary card for Gavin, so my guess is he
will be betting again. He does not want to
give a free card. – All in. – [Announcer] That
is not a free card, that is gonna cost
you the maximum! – Nice hand Gavvy! – [Announcer] And Gavin Smith will not go down
without a victory here tonight on Poker
Night in America! (clinks) (whoosh) – Gavin Rossdale! – Let’s go Gav! – Let’s go Gavin! (claps) – You don’t even
know how to do it! (claps) – All right. – It was better but. – It was pretty lame. (laughs) – I was rooting for
you like a soccer mom. Come on Gavin! You can win this one! – You were in the pot! No I folded. (laughs) You didn’t fold to the flop! – No, I folded the flop. – [Esther] He had a big hand. – I did have a pair in the hole. You know it’s on you right? – No, I don’t actually. – Take you’re time now. – I will. – No rush. – I am table captain I can
do whatever the hell I want. – Chan! What did you– – Chan, Chan he’s our man! – [Announcer] Dentale started
this off with $100 straddle. Both Pelton and
Baker have called. – He’s got it! I so hope I have a big hand! – You’re never raising anyways. – I hope you guys limped
in with a big hand but mine’s bigger? That’s gonna be so great! It’s gonna be epic! – Two things you’re
wrong about then. – Come on, please let them both try
trapping and I’m gonna re-trap. – [Announcer] Suited Ace-King. – [Announcer] What a
beautiful hand to wake up with when you’ve straddled. – [Announcer] The kids still
don’t call it Anna Kournikova do they? – [Announcer] I don’t
believe they do, who’s that? – [Announcer] I really
love that reference. (laughs) I mean you gotta go
back to the early 2000s to get to that one, sorry. – [Announcer] I don’t think
the kids call it anything anymore. – [Announcer] Kids today. – [Announcer] I cannot
condone this call by the way, King-three, suited, what are you doing? (clinks) – [Announcer] And worst
of all is he hit it. – [Announcer] Yeah, this is pretty much worst-case
scenario for David Baker. It does say a lot however about what Dave thinks
about Mike’s game that he would call
with King-three,
suited before the flop. (clink) – [Announcer] So you’re saying, “Play more of the
player than the hand.” – [Announcer] That’s
what he is doing. Oh my Goodness! – [Announcer] Come on now! – [Announcer] Things change. I’m really looking forward
to the Dentale blast-off, that’s probably gonna follow
the showdown in this hand. – [Announcer] I
think those sleeves might get blown clean off! – I’m all-in. (clinks) – [Announcer] Wow! – [Esther] He has eights. – Yeah, he’s winning. – You got a set? – I have Ace-King of Clubs. – [Esther] He has fours. Oh, He has King-three. (laughs) – Oh, what a turn card for ODB! You’re gonna have to prove this. – I’m not lying. – [Announcer] Well, this is basically a flip. – I’m just gonna look
at Dentale’s face, I don’t even want
to see that board. – Look at my face. – [David] Whoo! – All right. (clinks) – [David] You run good! – Then nothing else matters. – [Announcer] Pelton
raising Kqueen, suited. Dentale is silently complaining. – He was still
just getting chips. – [Announcer] You know
he’s saying it in his head. – [Announcer] I’m just wondering where all that negative
energy’s going right now if not outside his body. (laughs) Maybe that’s what
his biceps feed on. – [Esther] So what’s going on? – [Alec] He opened, he posted. – So is the bluff thing
off this hand or not? – No, it’s on him, obviously. – [Gavin] Who’s it on? – [Alec] It’s the
next hand obviously. – Oh, it can’t be mid-card? – [Matt] It can be mid-card. – [Alec] No! It can’t be mid-card. There’s no way. – [Matt] What do you mean? Why not? – Yeah, because you start hand, I just wanna get this heads-up
with you so I can bluff you. – Exactly. It’s clear that you can’t, you can’t do that. – [Announcer] Okay, so
remember when I said it didn’t look like Mike
Dentale was steaming? I would just like you
to look at the fact that he just called
with eight-deuce. – [Announcer] Oh, he’s coming
right back after David Baker. I hope there’s no goose,
gander thing here that happens. (laughs) Here comes the flop! – [Esther] But he’s 10K
behind on us right now. – [Announcer] Mike
has hit a pair! But it is not good enough
to beat a pair of aces. Checks around. – [Announcer] Ooh,
free turn card! Jack of Spades. Pelton picks up. Flush draw to go
with his two overs. – [Announcer] Probably gonna
be no more checking here for David Baker. – [Announcer] This will
not check around again. – [Announcer] No,
ODB is betting $800. – Is that eight? – [Announcer] Oh Mikey! Hey, maybe take the
rest of the day off, hit the gym, make it other arm day. – Do you think he’s
gonna snap-call your
raises from now on? – [Announcer] And Pelton’s
obviously interested with his two over
cards and flush draw. Cannot fold. (clinks) – [Announcer] Almost $5000 in
the pot as we go to the river! And there’s the
flush for Pelton! – [Announcer] See, it’s
worthwhile sticking around. – [Announcer] He’s got
a lock on this hand, Dentale has checked and my guess is that Pelton might not
want to take the chance that Baker checks behind. – $3500. – (beep) amazing! – [Announcer] When he leads here I think that’s gonna
illicit a lot of folds. Oh, is Baker gonna call? He’s shaking his head no, but his chips are saying yes! (clinks) – Flush. – [Announcer] You! – [Announcer] Oh, I hate
it when that happens! – [Announcer] Baker
must’ve thought he’d bet that big with a Jack or maybe he was stone-bluffing. – [Announcer] Well he
picked up that draw for free on the turn and it only cost
him $800 more to see the river. Sorry, but all those
numbers check out sir. – Welcome back to a green
screen in Fargo, North Dakota. – We will now insert footage of our previously
recorded poker game presented to you as live. (lively orchestral music) – [Announcer] Poker night
is brought to you by Sit & Go 2.0! Go to SitAndGo20.net to claim your free Sit &
Go 2.0 strategy E-book. – [Announcer] Come on, somebody pick something up! Will how about you? All right pocket threes! We should get a bet here! – [Announcer] Berry, Berry! I don’t even know what to say. It’s not Berry good. – [Gavin] Apology’s
already been given! – [Esther] I shouldn’t
have done that. – [Announcer] Esther Taylor
and Mike Dentale called. – [Alec] Whatever! – She would’ve just raised
those pre-flop right? – [Gavin] I don’t
recommend with your $400. – [Announcer] Three still
somehow good after that flop. Checks around. – [Announcer] Oh, really
good now on the turns! – [Announcer] Yeah,
three’s really good! Now I can see as a
Berry, Berry good hand! – Do you recommend opening
the eight-deuce often? – [Announcer] Etay has
decided to bet her gut-shot. I feel like smooth
call is the play here, it’s really hard for Esther to
be super-strong in this spot. So you generally just wanna call and hope she bets it
again on the river. – I was very surprised
to check that time. – [Announcer] Oh, he’s raised! – I checked the flop and
then I checked the turn. – [Announcer] And Esther
should probably be folding now. This is why I suggested
against raising. Oh no, wait! She calls! (laughs) What the hell do I know? – I really don’t want
to think about it. – [Announcer] All right, here comes the river. – [Announcer] Oh! Wow! – [Announcer] Oh man,
you gotta be kidding! I hope Will Berry does
like yoga or something so he’s a calm person, he doesn’t get too
freaked out by the fact that he just got gutter-balled! – [Esther] All-in. – [Announcer] Well he’s bet
and he’s been jammed on. This is one of the drawbacks of coming in with a shorter
stack than everyone else. So many of his chips are
in the middle already. It’s really hard to fold and leave yourself with a
teeny-tiny stack behind. – [Announcer] All
right Mr. Berry, what do you say? – [Announcer] It is so
tough to fold a set! [Announcer] Ah! I hate it! I hate it, it hurt so bad! Nice! Lay down! – [Gavin] That was pretty good, the other one was. Etay’s on the comeback now! She’s another 20
with hands like that! (laughs) – [Esther] Almost there! (laughs) What I’m saying is, when you check raise you’re
like begging not to get called? – No, but I’m not
begging to get called. – I’m actually
begging to get called! – Wow! How good do you run? – Because I’m begging for
the dead money on the flop. – A good way to run is you wanna get called when
you have a flush going. – [Esther] When he
called me with nines, I’m actually wanting
him to call with nines. – When you wanna get called
when you have a flush draw that is insane. – I’m not saying, you’re misunderstanding
what I’m saying. – I know, I understand. – [Esther] I don’t
think you are, but. – I don’t like
obviously hate mine. – Etay, you don’t have
to put up with this. What’s that? Did you say raise her? – Gosh darn it, I thought you didn’t! (clinks) – [Announcer] Etay out. This game is
playing pretty wild! I like it! Whoa! Dentale calling $975, King-Queen, suited. – [Esther] You’re
misunderstanding
what I’m saying. – [Announcer] The dad
from Modern Family not sure what to do here. – [Esther] You’re gonna
win on a lot of turn cards no matter if you make
your hand or not right? – [David] Yeah. – [Announcer] Phil (mumbles)
to do a magic trick. (laughs) – [Esther] Cards you bet
on the turn are gonna win. – [Alec] For sure, like Ace-three and
Ace-two should be bluffs. – [Announcer] No way
Baker folds this. – [Alec] Off-suit
and he has Kings but he’s never gonna be
drawing dead when he goes on. So something has to be a bluff. – [Esther] I’m saying, you don’t feel great
about being called but you’re not like bluffing. You’re not. – I don’t know. I have to think about it. – You know what I’m saying? – Yeah. – Sometimes I wanna be getting
called on the flop or turn. – Maybe that can be Wednesday
or Thursday’s hand of the day. After you think about it. – It’s gonna take 17
and a half minutes. – After you think about it
and I’ll watch that video. I’ll actually promise to
watch the whole video. – [Announcer]
Check, check, check. Four of Spades. So Baker now picks
up the flush draw. – [Gavin] I don’t
know how three people all can have Aces in this hand. Cause that’s the only hand I
can call $1000 pre-flop with. – [Announcer] If only anyone
had a hand remotely that good. No one’s even got a pair. – [Gavin] I think we’re
gonna need the deck checked after this. – [Announcer] $2200 is the bet. Alec’s really giving it a
think with a double-gutter. – [Gavin] I’m just trying to
establish what my max would be, it wouldn’t be enough
to make you happy. – [Announcer] Torelli will fold. – [Announcer] And there’s
no way Dentale can call. – Show me if I fold Baker? (clinks) Honest question. No Bullshit. – I don’t really know what I’m. – Just this hand, you show me if I fold? – [Esther] Come on,we
only have two more hands. – Well, what’s gonna happen? What is my answer going to, if you fold I’ll
make a decision. – I think I’m all-in. I think if I’m
all-in you’d fold, but I’m gonna give it to you because I think you
have pocket nines. Am I right? – I’ll show you one. (clinks) – Oh! How good is Dentale! We’ll be back to wrap things up with our final chip
counts in just a moment. – Or maybe we’ll
show you more poker. Find out when we return. – [Announcer] Welcome
back to Choctaw resort in Durant, Oklahoma where our
session has come to an end. Esther Taylor will notch the
biggest loss at over $26,000. Mike Dentale is stuck $12,600. And Alec Torelli, who traditionally crushes here, is down $8000. Will Berry books a
small loss as well. David Baker, Chan
Pelton and Maxx Coleman all book five digit wins. Matt Glantz, Gavin Smith
booked teeny-tiny wins as well. – [Announcer] Now, if you
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Poker Night in America, I’m Chris Hanson, he’s Joe Stapleton. Thanks for watching! (whoosh) (laughs) – Do you wanna tell who
else is at the table or should I just keep
doing this for awhile? – Yeah, you just keep posing. My goodness! (crash) – [Announcer] Poker Night in
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