Why is the sports book always next to the poker room? Is the Supreme Court a political actor? Should check and raise be permitted? Our wide-ranging conversation with the always-interesting Matt Glassman covers these topics and many more. Matt Glassman is a poker and bridge enthusiast and a senior fellow at the Government Affairs Institute.
When faced with a table full of aggression, what is the most effective counter-strategy? James 'SplitSuit’ Sweeney joins us to give his answers to your questions on how to beat tables full of players who are unafraid to raise, re-raise, and shove.
This is part 2 of Bernard Lee’s interview with Joe Cada and a chat with Kelly Minkin.
Johnny Kampis is back on the show to discuss his win in the Poker Action Line beta tourney on PlaceYourChipsCaribbean.com and gives an update on his recent tour for his book “Vegas or Bust”. BIG Dave updates the recent action at the WPT Events at the Borgata and Maryland Live!
Doug is a returning guest who has quit his full time job as an engineer to become a professional poker player for a year, going back to work as a software engineer. He brings us the most wonderful analysis techniques and discusses a couple of hand histories from me and Mike.
This is Episode 195 of “Ask Alex” on the Oneouter.com podcast. In this episode…..
We fire straight into listener questions and try and catch up with some of the backlog of questions. We both cannot thank you guys enough for consistently sending in great questions for the show.
Is 3-betting small pairs more profitable than flatting?
What is the best way to play a ton of competitive poker hands while also risking little or no money?
What are some good spots to bluff raise the river or check raise bluff the river?
This week Steve summarizes & reviews a portion of a paid webinar from Matt Berkey of the Solve for Why Academy. This portion focuses on the shortcomings of GTO and how we can reframe our understanding of GTO to fit into an appropriate poker strategy.
Spontaneous show after 6-week unexpected show suspension due to Druff’s health issues. Druff explains what’s been going on with his health, and how it will affect the future of PFA Radio. Two regular topics also covered: Adam Schwartz, Terrence Chan, and Daniel Negreanu start new poker podcast. John Mehaffey is at war with Caesars and WSOP.com over a 2017 blog he wrote about a negative customer service experience he had. This was a shorter show, and it is not scheduled to return regularly at this time. There were no co-hosts or calls.
Happy Friday! On this episode of Tells, Busi and Andrew chat Andrew’s trip to Michigan. Andrew intends to host a meetup game downtown Detroit and he shares the warning he received from the property about said game.
If you can’t explain it simply… (2:50) :: Percentages and Opportunities The Top 10 Poker HUD Stats (8:50) Preflop Stats (9:50) Post-flop Stats (17:00) Challenge (19:35)
In this episode, Rory “DeosOner” Young, winner of $174K in the WCOOP’s Super Tuesday, talks about what he does to control his mental state and stay confident during the game.
Elliot and Rory dive into why studying, training your mindset, and controlling your emotions will always be important – whether you’re just starting out or a seasoned player. Listen in to hear the WCOOP 2018 champion share what he thinks about short-cuts and strategy in cash and MTT games.
A player loses a huge pot on Live at the Bike when he intentionally exposes a card and doesn’t have the best hand.