Griffin Benger opened the cutoff to , before Tom Hall moved all in for , from the big blind. Benger called. Benger: Hall: The board ran out and Hall. Griffin Benger  ist ein ehemaliger kanadischer E-Sportler und heutiger professioneller Pokerspieler. Griffin Benger ist ein ehemaliger kanadischer E-Sportler und heutiger professioneller Pokerspieler.
Poker Life Podcast – Investigating „Check Your Privilege“Esports profile for Counter-Strike: Source player Griffin "shaGuar" Benger: $ USD in prize money won from 30 tournaments. Griffin Benger ist ein ehemaliger kanadischer E-Sportler und heutiger professioneller Pokerspieler. Griffin Benger opened the cutoff to , before Tom Hall moved all in for , from the big blind. Benger called. Benger: Hall: The board ran out and Hall.
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Meanwhile, the dangerous and deep-stacked Cliff Josephy is four seats away, about as safe a distance as he can be from Benger.
As far as preparation goes, don't expect Benger to hit the books or the training videos, as he said he's never used a single one of either.
It was a beautiful experience. Much to the detriment of his eight opponents, the GPL will be underway again in September and October, and Benger will be soaking in the lessons every day at work.
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But here are four hands with very different approaches from Benger, and four very different outcomes.
Note: Upswing does not endorse the analysis in this video. The stars had to align for Benger to dominate in the Shark Tank. Take a look at this incredible hand from his first heat.
It shows that one does need a certain degree of luck to succeed at poker. Then again, luck is called luck for a reason, as this hand from the Unibet Malta Open Main Event demonstrates.
Side note: have you noticed that Benger gets pocket aces and wins with them when it matters most? My last pocket aces were cracked by a rivered flush.
At any rate, this e-athlete turned online poker pro turned live poker champion is an interesting guy and definitely a great poker player. Success man!!
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