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Episode 191 – Bryan Paris on How to Outwork the Lazy Players, Rebuilding His Foundations and Balancing Poker And Family Life

Welcome to Episode 191! MTT Coach Gareth James and Peak Performance Mindset Coach Dr. Tricia Cardner are back discussing all things poker strategy & mindset. The hosts continue their WSOP/SCOOP prep series in this episode by interviewing poker professional, coach, and streamer Bryan Paris. Topics discussed in this episode include: What a day in the life of Bryan looks like now that he has a wife and kidsHow he schedules and maintains a consistent playing schedule and study habitHow to put in the work to achieve poker successWhy it’s important to pace yourself mentally in live events & other tips to use when playing long, multiday live events

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Chapter 2 Ep. 17 Playing a lot of Poker

This week Elle and I break down the Patreon game on “Table Talk”. The game continues to grow and we had such a good time with that. Click the link below to sign up for the next one. We also talk about Doug Polk’s struggles to get a new poker room open in Texas, and what has Elle contributed to her improvement in poker recently. “Call the Floor” this week is all about collusion and Patrick and I break down a “Hand of the Week” this week that starts a discussion about how to play each street as well as making sure that you tell a consistent story. I wrap the show with my “One-Outer” talking about different personalities in a home game.

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May 10, 2024 — UnDURRRR the Gun

Clayton Fletcher (@claytoncomic) explores a hand involving ACR pro Tom "Durrr" Dwan from the 2023 WSOP Main Event.—-Play on ACR using the promo code TPE for a 100% first-time deposit bonus up to $2,000.00 USD: 

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Doug Polk Denied in Texas; Ethan “Rampage” Yau Exits $1,000,000 Cash Game

In the 829th episode of the PokerNews Podcast, which is sponsored by PokerStars, Chad Holloway, Mike Holtz, and Kyna England are back at Level 9 Studio in Las Vegas to talk about Doug Polk being denied a new poker room in Texas. Check out some highlights and clips from a city council meeting in which Polk went to the podium to plead his case. While some respected what he had to say, some poker players like Chris “Big Huni” Hunichen and Matt Waxman were critical of his motives. Speaking of Polk, he indicated he might be available to participate in Hustler Casino Live’s (HCL) $1,000,000 Cash Game at the end of the month after Ethan “Rampage” Yau dropped out. The latter, who has been on a downswing and recently admitted to shedding tears over a $550K loss, caught some flack for pulling out after asking fans to buy pieces and was the subject of a negative video released by Alex Duvall. Find out what the crew thinks about Rampage’s current predicament, including a World Series of Poker (WSOP) challenge issued by Holtz. Also, learn about Sofie Dossi contorting herself at the Celebrity Poker Tour Invitational III, which was won by Katie Thurston for $20,000, as well as hearing from PokerNews Ambassadors Keith Becker (Pennsylvania) and Kyle Anderson (Ontario).

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11 Tips for More Online Poker Profits #488

You want poker profits? I’ll give you poker profits! 11 tips to get your bankroll groovin'…Show Notes: Poker Hand Reading Workbook: “Turn Preflop Calls into 3bets – Aggressive Poker”:

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Getting the Max With AK

Learn how the CPG Wolves win the max after 3betting AK preflop. Tune in to hear how Coach Brad and Jon teach their CFP students the best way to play AK after flopping big!

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Texas Poker Open Recap and the HOF Case for Patrik Antonius

Donnie and Ducky recap the inaugural PGT Texas Poker Open and the EPT Monte Carlo Main Event. They also lay out the case for Patrik Antonius to be voted into the Poker Hall of Fame.

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