PTP17 - It’s Raining Scum

Abe Limon joins our hosts for a no-holds barred discussion of scummy behaviour in the poker world and elsewhere. Discussion of the Matt Kirk/Leon Tsoukernik controversy segues into analysis of the endless procession of sexual assault allegations coming out currently. The next topic is tax deductible charity, both its virtues and its frequent abuses. The show ends on a more positive note, with a breakdown of a PokerStars Power Up hand.

PTP17 - It’s Raining Scum

Abe Limon joins our hosts for a no-holds barred discussion of scummy behaviour in the poker world and elsewhere. Discussion of the Matt Kirk/Leon Tsoukernik controversy segues into analysis of the endless procession of sexual assault allegations coming out currently. The next topic is tax deductible charity, both its virtues and its frequent abuses. The show ends on a more positive note, with a breakdown of a PokerStars Power Up hand.

PTP16 - Risking it All

Alex and Andrew are back, like zombies just in time for Hallowe’en! Their guest: Miikka Anttonen, an online pro who’s risked not only his savings but his career on a prop bet to prove to himself once and for all whether he’s in the right line of work. Other topics include PartyPoker, the ethics of consumption, and Quan Zhou’s dramatic main event bubble hand.

PTP16 - Risking it All

Alex and Andrew are back, like zombies just in time for Hallowe’en! Their guest: Miikka Anttonen, an online pro who’s risked not only his savings but his career on a prop bet to prove to himself once and for all whether he’s in the right line of work. Other topics include PartyPoker, the ethics of consumption, and Quan Zhou’s dramatic main event bubble hand.

PTP15 - Timex Time

Two guests showed up for this longer-than-usual episode of the PartTimePoker Podcast: Short stack specialist and rookie PTP writer Lorin Yelle, and renowned staring expert Mike “Timex” McDonald. The focus for the episode was originally meant to be the latest Man vs. Machine poker contest, but although that topic does get covered, the bulk of the episode is a long and fascinating conversation with Mike, covering a wide range of topics related to his new business Pokershares. For the strategy ...

PTP15 - Timex Time

Two guests showed up for this longer-than-usual episode of the PartTimePoker Podcast: Short stack specialist and rookie PTP writer Lorin Yelle, and renowned staring expert Mike “Timex” McDonald. The focus for the episode was originally meant to be the latest Man vs. Machine poker contest, but although that topic does get covered, the bulk of the episode is a long and fascinating conversation with Mike, covering a wide range of topics related to his new business Pokershares. For the strategy ...

PTP14 - The Airing of Grievances

Feats of strength are impossible to perform over the internet, but Alex, Andrew and guest Kat Arnsby indulge in the other great Festivus tradition, the airing of grievances. The list of things the trio have to complain about includes the changes PokerStars has announced for 2017, Marty Derbyshire and his firing from PokerNews, President-Elect Trump, and being put in a gross turn spot with bottom set on a wet board.

PTP14 - The Airing of Grievances

Feats of strength are impossible to perform over the internet, but Alex, Andrew and guest Kat Arnsby indulge in the other great Festivus tradition, the airing of grievances. The list of things the trio have to complain about includes the changes PokerStars has announced for 2017, Marty Derbyshire and his firing from PokerNews, President-Elect Trump, and being put in a gross turn spot with bottom set on a wet board.

PTP13 - Button-Mashing in Poker and Politics

With guest Adam Small of PocketFives, Andrew and Alex discuss the outcome of this year’s WSOP Main Event final table, the unpredictable and entertaining style of its champion Qui Nguyen, the poor turnout for the PokerStars Festival New Jersey, and the US election, the results of which were not known at the time of recording. For strategy, it’s back to the November Nine, and a hand played between Kenny Hallaert and Michael Ruane during the first day.

PTP13 - Button-Mashing in Poker and Politics

With guest Adam Small of PocketFives, Andrew and Alex discuss the outcome of this year’s WSOP Main Event final table, the unpredictable and entertaining style of its champion Qui Nguyen, the poor turnout for the PokerStars Festival New Jersey, and the US election, the results of which were not known at the time of recording. For strategy, it’s back to the November Nine, and a hand played between Kenny Hallaert and Michael Ruane during the first day.

PTP12 - US Election Debate Special Edition

We’ve asked our listeners in the past what sort of content they’d like to hear on the podcast. They told us “anything except politics,” so naturally, here is a two-hour episode consisting entirely of political debate between Andrew Barber and guest Bryan Paris, and virtually no poker content to speak of.

PTP12 - US Election Debate Special Edition

We’ve asked our listeners in the past what sort of content they’d like to hear on the podcast. They told us “anything except politics,” so naturally, here is a two-hour episode consisting entirely of political debate between Andrew Barber and guest Bryan Paris, and virtually no poker content to speak of.

PTP11 - Cautionary Tales

After a prolonged absence due to numerous non-poker distractions, Alex and Andrew are back at it. A whole slew of topics are up for discussion, including why you should wear the same thing every single day, and why you shouldn’t lean on your elbow. They even manage to slip some poker-related material in, including tournament structures, angle shooting, and why Alex should not be allowed anywhere near a PLO tournament.

PTP11 - Cautionary Tales

After a prolonged absence due to numerous non-poker distractions, Alex and Andrew are back at it. A whole slew of topics are up for discussion, including why you should wear the same thing every single day, and why you shouldn’t lean on your elbow. They even manage to slip some poker-related material in, including tournament structures, angle shooting, and why Alex should not be allowed anywhere near a PLO tournament.

PTP Podcast 10 - We Found Andrew

With the WSOP over, errant co-host Andrew Barber returns to the podcast, and he and Alex have some catching up to do. The two discuss their respective WSOP experiences and Alex’s bets, Andrew gives his take on last episode’s story about California card rooms, they go over some of the back stories of this year’s November Nine, and explore the mash-up variant known as Drawmaha. Finally, for strategy, they look at two examples of players hero-folding quads, one from this ...

PTP Podcast 10 - We Found Andrew

With the WSOP over, errant co-host Andrew Barber returns to the podcast, and he and Alex have some catching up to do. The two discuss their respective WSOP experiences and Alex’s bets, Andrew gives his take on last episode’s story about California card rooms, they go over some of the back stories of this year’s November Nine, and explore the mash-up variant known as Drawmaha. Finally, for strategy, they look at two examples of players hero-folding quads, one from this ...

PTP Podcast 9 - If You Can’t Join ‘Em, Bet On ‘Em

Alex is joined by fellow PTP contributor Steve Ruddock, replacing Andrew Barber while the latter is busy with the WSOP. They discuss WSOP prop bets big and small, from Vanessa Selbst’s high-risk bracelet bets against Dzmitry Urbanovich and Jason Mercier, to Alex’s own little bets for a fun Main Event sweat. Steve also discusses some of the latest developments in the complex world of California gambling legislation, one of his areas of expertise. Finally, they go over a tough river ...

PTP Podcast 9 - If You Can’t Join ‘Em, Bet On ‘Em

Alex is joined by fellow PTP contributor Steve Ruddock, replacing Andrew Barber while the latter is busy with the WSOP. They discuss WSOP prop bets big and small, from Vanessa Selbst’s high-risk bracelet bets against Dzmitry Urbanovich and Jason Mercier, to Alex’s own little bets for a fun Main Event sweat. Steve also discusses some of the latest developments in the complex world of California gambling legislation, one of his areas of expertise. Finally, they go over a tough river ...

PTP Podcast 8 - The One About Sexual Assault

Dr. Jaclyn Moskow’s recent allegations against Nolan Dalla, regarding events which took place on the set of Poker Night in America, have raised difficult questions for the poker world. It’s an uncomfortable conversation, but Alex and Andrew attempt to navigate it with the help of social worker Leah Freeman and poker player and writer Mariana Vamplew. They discuss the realities of being a woman in society and in poker, and why it’s so hard for everyone to talk about sexual ...

PTP Podcast 8 - The One About Sexual Assault

Dr. Jaclyn Moskow’s recent allegations against Nolan Dalla, regarding events which took place on the set of Poker Night in America, have raised difficult questions for the poker world. It’s an uncomfortable conversation, but Alex and Andrew attempt to navigate it with the help of social worker Leah Freeman and poker player and writer Mariana Vamplew. They discuss the realities of being a woman in society and in poker, and why it’s so hard for everyone to talk about sexual ...

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