WSOP Week 6: Main Event Final Table, Sammartino & Effel Controversy, Reviewing The ESPN Broadcast – DAT Poker Podcast Episode #39
This Week on DAT Poker Pod: The Main Event final table is upon us! Lots to talk about surrounding the final days of the WSOP. Daniel is still grinding so Adam and Terrence begin talking about a new 6max AI bot and then what parts of the WSOP on ESPN broadcast are struggling.
Lance and Donnie recap the making of the 2019 World Series of Poker Main Event final table, discuss the players, and give a couple picks for what’s to come.
We are down to nine in the WSOP Main Event! Sarah Herring and Jeff Platt discuss the action leading up to the final table of the biggest poker tournament of the year. Plus, they take a look at each of the nine players who will battle for the $10 million first-place prize. And, Sarah and Jeff recap a controversial hand that resulted in Nicholas Marchington doubling through Dario Sammartino.
Episode 21: WSOP Main Event, Pennsylvania Online Poker Launch, New partypoker and PokerStars features and More!
The guys discuss the participation of the WSOP Main Event and look at some of the remaining 106 players. Nick and Mike then preview the upcoming igaming launch in Pennsylvania.
Talk then shifts to the new features being rolled out at partypoker and those pending at PokerStars. The pod wraps up with interesting developments in the regulated markets of Portugal and Sweden that touch some of the biggest online poker companies in the world.
Recorded on day 4 of the WSOP Main Event, this episode features a poser on bomb pots. If you’re a live cash game player, you need to know what they are and how to play them, so tune in and get prepared. Our stratchat hand today comes from a hand played on day 1c of the Main Event (26:10).
It’s one of the most exciting days of the year: Day Seven of the WSOP Main Event! Sarah Herring and Jeff Platt take a look at the remaining field and what’s on the line. Plus, they discuss what’s going on in all of the “postlim” WSOP events across the Rio. And Sarah chats with WSOP Vice President Jack Effel and Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort & Casino’s Jaromir Petronilia about the recently-announced WSOP Circuit Aruba stop! (42:05)
Lance and Donnie recap a wildly fun Day 6 of the 2019 World Series of Poker Main Event. Heading into Day 7, just 35 players remain and it’s 21-year-old Nick Marchington leading.
Kasey Lyn Mills is the newest host of the Thirst Lounge and also hosted Stones Live. She is an avid Texas Hold ‘em player, primarily cash, and has some great perspectives on women in poker. You can follow her on Twitter of Instagram with handle @pokermommAA. This is also available on Video at the RecPoker YouTube Channel
Lance and Donnie recap Day 5 of the 2019 World Series of Poker Main Event. The field was cut from 354 to 106, and three-time Super Bowl champion Richard Seymour was one of the ones to bust.
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It’s Day Five of the World Series of Poker Main Event! Sarah Herring and Jeff Platt link up at the Rio once again to break down the tournament’s top storylines. They go through some of the notable names left, who would make for a great champion? Who is making for great entertainment?
Esfandiari, Seymour Still In WSOP Main with 354 Left and Katz Multi-Tables with 50K, Feat. Brandon Adams
Lance and Donnie recap Day 4 of 2019 World Series of Poker Main Event that cut the field down to 354 players, including Antonio Esfandiari and Richard Seymour. Cary Katz also multi-tabled the WSOP Main Event and the 50K, and Brandon Adams joined the show.
The Ante Up World Championship is under way at Thunder Valley Casino Resort in California, plus we recap some more World Series of Poker events.
Day 3 of the 2019 World Series of Poker Main Event was a wild one that saw the field race to the money. Lance and Donnie recap the day and speak with three-time Super Bowl champion Richard Seymour and Danielle Moon.
2018 WSOP Main Event runner-up Tony Miles is Bernard Lee’s guest.
The numbers are in! Sarah Herring and Jeff Platt dissect the turnout, and the prize pool, for the 2019 WSOP Main Event on this episode of the PokerNews Podcast. Plus, what big names remain in the event, and what stars are busto.
BIG Dave and Joe talk about the wild and crazy opening day sessions of the WSOP Main Event, including the effects of the California earthquakes, two Day 1-C disqualifications, and the early eliminations of Ivey, Hellmuth, Negreanu, and The Grinder. The guys also discuss some of the topics considered at the Tournament Directors Association.
This episode of Tells is coming from the closet. Listen as Busi shares her video poker like experience with mother nature.
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Another day is in the books for the 2019 World Series of Poker Main Event. Lance and Donnie recap the action, review the huge turnout and $10 million first-place prize, and talk to Cliff “JohnnyBax” Josephy.
WSOP Week 5: Guest Kevin Roster, Main Event, Earthquake & Bad Behaviour! - DAT Poker Podcast Episode #38
This Week On DAT Poker Pod: Daniel returns for a packed episode! The guys begin with Dnegs on tilt and talking about Daniel’s summer, vlogs and getting censored by youtube. In WSOP News: The end of the WSOP is nearing but the action has not slowed down. We run through the notable bracelet winners and stories from the Main Event.
Druff makes costly mistake at Limit Holdem satellite, then blows 4th consecutive chip lead at $10k Limit event (topic begins at 0:29:33 mark). Two large earthquakes wreak havoc upon players of WSOP Main Event (0:47:14). Andy Frankenberger claims to have lost double-up set-over-set opportunity due to earthquake evacuation during hand (1:03:23). Main Event player Ken Strauss exposes his penis, throws shoe at table while all-in blind early on Day 1 (1:10:45).