Jennifer welcomes Amanda Botfeld, author of “A Girls Guide to Poker” to the GRID. Amanda discusses a hand from the tag team event at the World Series of Poker, where she paired up with the man who taught her poker 15 years earlier: her dad.
This week, Jim Reid leads the panel through a forum post about playing in position on the flop, all based around the teachings of Gareth James and the MTT Poker Academy! While battling it out against each other in the nightly home game, the panel discusses board textures, bet sizing, pre-flop ranges, opponent tendencies, and more!
Happy New Year with Killingbird! Derek and Clayton discuss poker players' charitable nature and other topics before diving into some strategy.
Visit the show notes page for a transcript of today’s episode and to get the SMART Goals Worksheet: https://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod372 Looking for more poker strategy?
JAN. 7 POKERCAST RECAP: The Global Poker Awards are returning; PokerShares is shutting down; Doug Polk is a poker club owner and Alex Jacob does a good deed. We also have a new O’Mally’s Move and Vincent Ferrigno has the Hand of the Week. It’s a Big O hand!
Joe Cada is in a tough spot in a multiway pot on The Big Game. Should he fold even though his opponent is David Williams?
Analysis starts at 11:50
In the first PokerNews Podcast episode of the New Year, Sarah Herring and Chad Holloway talk about Doug Polk, Andrew Neeme & Brad Owen getting into the Texas card room game down in Austin, Polk’s chat with the controversial Dan Bilzerian, and Mike McDonald and Phil Galfond closing up shop on PokerShares and Run It Once (RIO) respectively. They also recap Kyna England winning MSPT Season 12 Player of the Year, Masashi Oya winning the MSPT Venetian for $161,780, and the RunGood Poker Series (RGPS) kicking off their latest stop at Northern California’s Thunder Valley Casino. Finally, they welcome guest Maria Ho to the show to talk about the new season of The Amazing Race, being best friends with Tiffany Michelle, her goals for 2022, and whether or not she’ll be attending this year’s Global Poker Awards. Time Stamps Time|Topic 00:24 | Welcome to the show 00:55 |
Today’s guest on the Chasing Poker Greatness podcast is one of the premier PLO players in the world… he’s the mental game & PLO coach for poker training behemoth Upswing Poker, Dylan Weisman.What is immediately apparent in today’s conversation with Dylan is that he’s an absolute gold mine of poker, performance, and life wisdom. And the level of respect Dylan has earned from the greatest poker players on the planet is off-the-charts. Not only was he hand-selected and trusted to produce world-class PLO products on Upswing Poker, but here’s a recent exchange he had with poker legend Daniel Negreanu and the WSOP on Twitter after nabbing a PLO bracelet at this year’s WSOP:
On episode #67 of the CardsChat podcast we have the pleasure of welcoming Danielle Andersen. Danielle undeniably has one of the most interesting stories in poker. She was one of the subjects of an outstanding documentary entitled “Bet, Raise, Fold”. That, however, was just the beginning of her story. She’s gone from an online crusher living in Minnesota, to having that taken away by Black Friday, to transitioning into a tremendous live cash game player now based in Las Vegas. This woman is now one of the more recognizable and successful faces of our game today, and she’s also a great wife and mother and a great friend to many. On this episode, we’ll get to know her a little better.
Welcome back and happy new year! We have a great show today- who is the best poker player who gets not enough recognition? Also, Jake has a squatter at his condo that he can’t get rid of and Nate might move to Florida and start doing a bunch of acid. Plus is Annie Duke a witch? Enjoy!
2021 WSOP POY Josh Arieh is Bernard Lee’s guest.
Taylor Maas is an actuary by day, and a killer poker streamer by night! This week we are once again joined by resident core-team-interviewer Greg Clem to find out more about this Taylor Maas character and what makes him tick.
On today’s episode, Coach Brad and Jon break down two hands posted in the Hand History section of Greatness Village. If you would like the chance to have one of your hands analyzed on Tactical Tuesday, join the Chasing Poker Greatness community here https://bit.ly/greatness-village!
Koray Aldemir and George Holmes have similar stacks facing off for the Main Event title. In this incredible hand, fortunes will change drastically. The guys break it down.
FLOP:10h7s2h TURN:Ks RIVER: 9c
For access to exclusive Poker Guys freerolls and other tournaments on Nitrogen Sports Poker Room, use this link to sign up: www.nitrogensports.eu/r/632610
Join our Discord server and get in on the conversation about this hand and other poker things! discord.gg/dQD2ASCFF4
***Our Book is NOW AVAILABLE! Get “How Can He Fold???” here: www.thepokerguys.net
When I was little, my late-grandmother used to tell me “We tease the people we really care about” and, in the case of Jamie Beeman, that wisdom holds true. Jamie has been an amazingly genuine and honorable member of Greatness Village since the first day he joined. That still isn’t gonna stop me from giving him grief over the time his mother-in-law accidentally reported me to the credit card police.
(Topic begins at 0:26:09 mark): Phil Galfond’s “Run It Once Poker” site to close January 3, attempts to move to US market…. (2:07:23): Dan Bilzerian appears on Doug Polk’s show for contentious interview…. (3:33:54): Nicholas Palma accusing Tim Reilly of using fake vax card for WSOP, and Negreanu now put out a $10k challenge over the matter…. (4:23:59): Flashback #1 – Druff attempted to attempt the “New Years Rockin Eve” party in the 2000s, and learned a secret about the broadcast….
Watch this on YouTube! In this short episode, Steve explains his approach to building a strong financial foundation that will allow you to become a better investor.
Welcome to Episode 130! MTT Coach Gareth James and Peak Performance Mindset Coach & Educator Dr. Tricia Cardner are back discussing all things poker strategy & mindset. In this episode, your hosts discussed the topic of self-comparison and how it can rob you of the joy that comes from playing poker. Topics covered include:●How the brain reacts to perceived injustice and unfairness ●Why the brain is hardwired to engage in comparison & to react to it●Why it’s important to realize that both winning and losing are temporary states ●How to respond more effectively when you feel that someone else’s results are unfair* em>