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Ep 44 - Taking Edibles And Learning The Secrets Of The Universe (Plus How To Get Better At Low Stakes Poker, How Patch Deals Work At The WSOP, And More)
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Welcome back! A new Tuesday episode is up and today we talk: Jake shares the ridiculous amount they pay you to wear a patch when you're deep in the Main Event (0:00-5:15), Nate recaps his weekend at the charity event in DC and grades Phil Helmuth's emcee skills (5:15-8) and then we talk about the important stuff, taking too many edibles and hallucinating on a train (8-22:00), Jake talks about crushing 25/50 over the weekend (22-25:00), we discuss the Jen Tilly quads vs straight flush (25-30:20), answer a DM about beating low stakes cash and overall just improving your poker game (30:20-43:00), and we close the show be reading the best iTunes 5 star reviews (43:00-end). Enjoy!
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