Ep. 159 Action Anthony Alberto

Anthony Alberto joins Brent Hanks and Remko Rinkema on the Poker Central Podcast to talk high stakes betting and poker.

This week on the Poker Central Podcast, Brent Hanks and Remko Rinkema make a home visit to professional sports bettor Anthony Alberto! Alberto has played on Poker After Dark and the Super High Roller Cash Game as well as Dolly's Game, and on this show you get to learn everything

Through the Lens: The Return of Dolly’s Game

High stakes mixed action returned to the PokerGO Studio this week with Dolly's Game. Monday's opening lineup consisted of Doyle Brunson, Richard Sklar, Shaun Deeb, Kane Kalas, Eli Elezra, Anthony Alberto, and Alan Richardson. Kalas had the most profitable night, but no one strayed too far in either direction from

Anthony Alberto Eliminated in 10th Place ($19,200)

Anthony Alberto raised his button to 105,000 and Cary Katz three-bet the small blind to 260,000 total. Alberto called all in for 165,000, and the cards were tabled. Katz: [AcAdQh6d] Alberto: [QsJh5h5s] The board ran out [As2c3s4h2d] and Alberto was eliminated in tenth-place for a $19,200 payday.

Martin Zamani Chips Up In Three-Way Hand

Cary Katz raised to 70,000 under the gun and got calls from Martin Zamani and Anthony Alberto. However none of the three men decided to bet the flop of [4sJsQc] so the turn came with [9s]. Zamani was first to act and made a pot-size bet. Alberto and Katz didn't take

Anthony Alberto Doubles Through Ben Yu

Ben Yu raised to 70,000 from the cutoff and Anthony Alberto potted from the small blind to 230,000. Yu called, and Alberto bet his final 80,000 in the dark as the flop landed [Tc5hQs]. Yu called, and the cards were tabled. Yu: [Kh9h6d3d] Alberto: [AsAdJc5c] The turn and river landed the [Ts] and [9d],

Justin Young Doubles Through Anthony Alberto

Justin Young raised to 40,000 from under the gun and Anthony Alberto called on the button. The flop landed [9h3c8c] and Young bet his last 71,000 and Alberto called. Young: [AhKcKd6d] Alberto: [AcQdJc2s] The turn and river landed the [2d] and [3h] and Young held on for the double.