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FEB. 21 POKERCAST RECAP: The World Series of Poker says it will have a ton more online events this year, including eight in eight days, Andy Bloch is putting his house up for sale and poker has made another appearance on the TV show Survivor.
FEB. 14 POKERCAST RECAP: Our annual Restock the Shelves food-bank initiative provided more than 112K meals in January to local food banks around the country, thanks to players and poker venues nationwide. In six years, Restock has fed more than 530K people! We also have a new O'Mally's Move and Vic G. returns with a Hand of the Week.
FEB. 7 POKERCAST RECAP: Much of the poker world is reacting to the Coronavirus and we have a Mike Postle update. Also, Malcolm O'Mally plays a key role on the show, providing a complete O'Mally's Move and the Hand of the Week.
JAN. 31 POKERCAST RECAP: We have more details on the GPI Awards and WSOP schedule, plus there's news regarding PokerStars and Black Friday. A new O'Mally's Move has landed and Mark Kelly has 8-9s in the big blind for our Hand of the Week.
JAN. 24 POKERCAST RECAP: Online poker in Pennsylvania is doing well and we have some legislation making its way through in New York, Nebraska and Kentucky. Plus, we chat about sidebets online, low-limit Vegas and we complete an O'Mally's Move. Mike has the Hand of the Week with KQ in a home game.
JAN. 17 POKERCAST RECAP: We have World Series schedule news and an update to the Global Poker Index Award selection process. Plus, we chat about how to get players to a poker room at specific hours, Restock the Shelves, the upcoming AUPT at Vee Quiva, our poker cruise schedule and a new O'Mally's Move. Matt Easterbrook's second Hand of the Week sees him with a suited Q-10 in the big blind.
JAN. 10 POKERCAST RECAP: We discuss poker predictions for 2020, plus poker goodwill and a Mike Postle update. Also, we learn O'Mally's Move and Matt E. has A-J for the Hand of the Week.
JAN. 3 POKERCAST RECAP: The Global Poker Index announces its players of the year and the WSOP drips out some more schedule news. We also have a new O'Mally's Move and Len Miller has an interesting Hand of the Week.
DEC. 27 POKERCAST RECAP: Chris and Scott take a look at two hands played by longtime fan and often-submitter Vic Galante. We will return to our normal format next episode.
Given it's the holiday season and the poker news is slow, we decided to dedicate this shorter show to a pair of Hands of the Week from one of our most dedicated listeners.
DEC. 13 POKERCAST RECAP: The World Series of Poker has announced the dates for its 51st series, another cheating scandal is in the news and poker lost another important figure, Mike Gainey, who died after a long illness. We also complete an O'Mally's Move and Vic G. has the Hand of the Week.
DEC. 6 POKERCAST RECAP: We have yet again more poker awards news, plus we explore what poker players should be "thankful" for this year. We also have a new O'Mally's Move and a Hand of the Week from some guy named Vic.
Daniel Negreanu has signed with a new poker site and we discuss a piece that has a few suggestions to make tournaments better. Also, we complete an O'Mally's Move and Jonovan Ottenbacher has the Hand of the Week, 5-4 on the button.
Ken Sumner wins the AUPT main event at Wild Horse Pass in Arizona. We also discuss the Venetian "drawing" tournament again and wonder if an opportunity was indeed missed. Doc Frank has the Hand of the Week.
NOV. 15 POKERCAST RECAP: Scott went to the Deep Stack Charity Classic at the Isle in South Florida, a clerical error takes away the WSOP POY title from Daniel Negreanu and the AUPT event at Wild Horse Pass in Arizona is under way. We also complete an O'Mally's Move and Matt Hayward has the Hand of the Week.
We have lots of Ante Up events to promote, but somewhere inside all of those items is a news report about Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang being for federal regulation of poker. We also have a new O'Mally's Move and Vic is back with a Hand of the Week.
Scott interviews a few Ante Up PokerCast fans aboard our Ante Up Poker Cruise. Our regular show returns next week.
It's our Oct. 25 show and we discuss Daniel Negreanu's idea of a new tournament series, though it's not clear if this would be a tour. We also find some controversy in the deaf poker community and we complete an O'Mally's Move.
Our PokerCast was nominated for Best Content Provider by GulfCoastPoker.net. We also have a minor update to the Postle debacle and a new O'Mally's Move. The show is capped with Sean Hamstra's Hand of the Week, K-10 in the small blind.
We use broad strokes to discuss the alleged cheating scandal that has hit the poker world in California.
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