This Week in Poker Podcasts: Online Poker Security, GPI Update and Mike Sexton This Week in Poker Podcasts: Online Poker Security, GPI Update and Mike Sexton

LLPR Episode 58: State of iPoker, sorta.

So we kindo of broke the news down state by state. Going from NV, DE, and NJ. We added a dash of CA, NY, and PA for flavor. Honestly the smoke alarm went off twice during this podcast because it was soooo hot (muy caliente). Next week we’ll cover the 10 states in depth with what’s going on. By the way NJ is the key, at least we agree.

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PokerNews GPI Update Episode #15: Negreanu Back on Top

Daniel Negreanu is back on top of the Global Poker Index, and Eric and Rich discuss whether or not he can hold the top spot throughout April. They also take a look at the reemergence of Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi, and offer a few tips for the GPI Fantasy Poker Manager. 

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Scott’s back, sort of

Scott is back from our L.A. poker cruise, but he’s still on the road at the Ante Up Poker Tour stop at The Casino 101.

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Poker Advocacy Apr 7 2014 show

Guest: Joined by cybersecurity expert Eddie Harari and Cardplayer Lifestyle publisher Robbie Strazynski for a discussion on online poker security and on the now debunked claims from some prohibitionists that the game is vulnerable as a means for money laundering. Following that will be a post interview analysis with Lori Kolstad and me.

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The Bernard Lee Poker Show 04-08-14 with Guests Andrew Brock & Mike Sexton

The Poker Room Manager at Horseshoe Council Bluffs, Andrew Brock, joins Bernard to talk about this years WSOP circuit event. Then The Ambassador of Poker, Mike Sexton, joins the conversation.

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Episode 74: Clayton Fletcher

Clayton Fletcher, professional poker player and comedian, talks about growing up in a poker playing family (his mother is also a professional poker player!), how his two careers complement each other, and what he’s learned from each. Then, we talk about the strategic implications of playing against world-class players in a tournament.

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