Welcome to Episode 109! MTT Coach Gareth James and Peak Performance Mindset Coach & Educator Dr. Tricia Cardner are back discussing all things poker strategy & mindset. The hosts started off by talking about how they’ve been away due to Tricia moving house! Gareth is also on the house hunt, so there will likely be more house moving updates to come. Then, they turned their attention to answering a mindset question sent in by Thomas where he wanted to know the role of hope in poker as well as the emotional implications of being a hopeful poker player.
This week, Jim Reid leads the panel through a forum post by Adam Wolfe (ARW) considering a check-raise against an early position opener. While battling it out against each other in the nightly home game, the panel discusses hand ranges, board textures, combos, and more!
This week, our hosts Dara and David are joined by their great friend, poker player and commentator Henry Kilbane. They also welcome poker player, coach and Chasing Poker Greatness host Brad Wilson. For strategy, they’ve got high-stakes beast and ‘Solve for Why’ founder Matt Berkey. Paul Seaton returns for the second half of our feature on his ‘Poker On Screen’ series. Plus, Ian has all the news.
On this episode of the Tournament Poker Edge Podcast, Clayton is joined by Derek "Killingbird" Tenbusch for a deep dive in to the schedule for the 2021 World Series of Poker. They also review a recent hand that Killingbird played in the strategy segment.
Today I’m welcoming back one of the foremost authorities in the world of mindset and high performance, the legendary author of The Mental Game of Poker 1 & 2, the one and only Jared Tendler.Jared’s current and historic roster of clients spans the globe and includes elite esports organization Team Liquid, PGA Tour players, world class entrepreneurs, the best of the best poker players, and both institutional and individual traders.
On the latest special episode of the PokerNews Podcast, Jeff Platt and Chad Holloway break down the latest stories from the poker world including Phil Hellmuth sweeping Daniel Negreanu in High Stakes Duel Round 2, Phil Ivey winning the $25K WPT Heads-Up Championship, and Brian Altman claiming his third WPT title. Other stories covered include what the Wire Act ruling not getting appealed means for the future of online poker, a chess grandmaster winning the first event of the GGPoker Super Million$ Season 2, and how the American Ninja Warrior prop bet between Tony Miles and Shaun Deeb turned ugly and personal. Finally, they welcome guest Alec Torelli, who talks about being stuck in Italy during the pandemic, his booming ConciousPoker.com training site, and the big hand he played against Chad in an episode of Poker Night in America in which he snap-folded a flopped set. Big thanks to the special sponsor this week in Elite Chip Care.
PocketFives Editor in Chief Lance Bradley is joined by Senior Writer Jeff Walsh this week to break down a wild week in the world of poker. This week Phil Hellmuth defeated Daniel Negreanu for a third time on PokerGO’s High Stakes Duel, Phil Ivey is crowned the $25K WPT Heads Up Champion, and Brian Altman makes his case as one of the World Poker Tour’s best players. Plus plenty of poker drama leading up to the start of the WSOP!
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Merv comes equipped with a Mancunian phrasebook to help Ben feel at home following his repatriation to his homeland. This episode features a discussion on the role of artificial intelligence within the poker world, as well as a strat-chat hand (34:29) from our old friend Pluribus, which you can view on BBZ’s video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_KwygVOPUyk.
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On today’s show, I have the honor of welcoming back the always uplifting, inquisitive, and maybe the most insanely positive human beings I’ve stumbled across in my journey through life, Sky Matsuhashi. Sky’s the creator and founder of the massively popular Smart Poker Study Podcast as well as the poker training platform ThePokerForge.com. He’s also the author of 4 books including 'How to Study Poker Volumes 1 & 2’, 'Preflop Online Poker’ and 'Post-flop Online Poker’.
On episode #43 of the CardsChat podcast, we have the pleasure of welcoming Greg Raymer. Greg is of course best known for winning the 2004 WSOP Main Event for $5M, but has since proven to be one of the most consistently successful players on the tournament circuit, with almost $3M in winnings since. He is one of the most successful players in the history of the Heartland Poker Tour, where in 2012 he won FOUR main events in the span of less than 5 months! He is also a successful cash game player, a proficient mixed game player, a published poker strategy author, and an overall great ambassador for the game of poker. On this show, we get to know the ‘Fossilman’ a little better.
We have poker stories about Hellmuth and Esfandiari, Phil Ivey makes a run and wins the $25K WPT heads up; he is a god, Mintz calls in from Omaha to talk about his gambling drama, and Nate and Smitty breakdown the Trysta Krick Sixers saga
The decision not to appeal the lower court ruling that the Wire Act does not applied to online poker could now open the door to more states getting into the game. Joe expresses his doubts that online poker will move forward because of greed issues, while BIG Dave feels that companies and states can work together to get the ball rolling. The guys also discuss the blowback in Florida to the Seminole Compact, and pass along the latest action from the WPT Tampa main event and the breaking news of Phil Ivey’s victory over Patrick Antonio’s in the WPT Heads-up finale.
We’re switching up the format for this week’s episode of Tactical Tuesday! Today you’ll hear Coach Brad and Jon analyze two hands from the most recent episode of the legendary poker show High Stakes Poker. In these two hands Tom Dwan, Brynn Kenney, and Brandon Steven battle it out in a $500k pot and a $400k pot. If you have a PokerGo account and would like to follow the action with us, head over to Season 8 Episode 5 of High Stakes Poker. Hand 1 begins at 35:39 and hand 2 begins at 19:30.New CPG Cash Game Courses!Preflop Bootcamp: https://bit.ly/Preflop-BootcampFish in a Barrel: http://bit.ly/fish-in-a-barrelNeutralize Flop Leads: https://bit.ly/2OkN8Yt
Kenny Hallaert is an extremely successful poker player and industry professional. Kenny is originally from Belgium and now lives in London. An electrician by trade, Kenny started playing online and the rest, as they say, is history. He has a combined $11 million in tournament earnings, of which $4.3 is live including nearly $1.5 million earned for his 6th place finish in the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event in 2016. Completing that final table were Cliff Josephy, Qui Nguyen, Gordon Vayo, Michael Ruanne, Vashtek Rushika, Griffin Benger, Jerry Wong, and Fernando Pons.
Each year Kenny puts together a spreadsheet to help tournament players quickly see what options are available and each venue during the WSOP. The spreadsheet is available publicly at https://bit.ly/WSOP2021.
Connect with Kenny on Twitter @SpaceyFCB
AC sits down with the hottest poker player in South Korea, Sung Joo Hyun – aka “Artie”. Artie talks to Anthony about his WSOP successes, including the First Flag he collected at the Rio and the WSOP online bracelet he won last year.
This is part one of Bernard Lee’s chat with 2021 USPO Champ David Peters.
This week, Parker Talbot is locked in and out-shilling the hosts!
David and Dara kick things off without the man some call 'TonkaaaaP’ as they discuss Gamble Online and Paul Seaton’s excellent recent piece about poker player/embezzler Dennis Blieden. The pair then talk about David Peters’ dominating performance at the US Poker Open.
There is a lengthy conversation on Phil Nagy’s indecent comments towards Twitch streamer 'WeePro83’ and the aftermath of that incident which has seen a repentant Nagy plead for forgiveness in public.
Guest of honour Parker then joins the fray to weigh in on the upcoming Hellmuth/Negreanu High Stakes Heads-up Duel. The nature of streaks, both positive and negative are discussed.
On the week that the WSOP announce their live 2021 schedule, all three men consider what, if any part, they might play in the action. Topically, Dara delivers his now famous strategy nugget on live poker adjustments, before the three conclude matters with multiple shameless attempts to shill for their partners and sponsors.
Carlos celebrates the ten-year anniversary of his first WSOP, reflecting on his career and fondly recalling his former fishiness. Links Use discount code “Carlos” to get 25% off Exploiting Small Stakes Tournaments, in which Carlos teaches Andrew his best tricks … Read more…
Two of the most divisive players in poker clash on a cash game.