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Want a new way to analyze your play? Try reverse engineering by looking at hands backwards - start with river bets and work your way back to pre-flop plays. Also, Borgata reopens & SHR Tampa increases their tournament presence in Florida.
Poker tells - How to recognize and interpret them in other players and how to prevent yourself from divulging too much information. Also, Big Dave and Joe talk about irritating players that show their hands to one or two other players before folding and how that affects the game.
An extensive discussion on how the social aspect of poker has long disappeared in certain parts of the country and how the pandemic will only make it worse. Do we have the responsibility to bring the game back by being friendly and welcoming at the felt? Also, Polk vs. Negreanu, Postle vs. the World, and would you take silver coins instead of cash?
The guys give an in-depth rundown of poker rooms around the U.S. in the country’s biggest markets. The also talk strategy for stud and stud hi-lo games, including strategy tips from an interview with Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi.
BIG Dave & Joe get into a strategy discussion of several poker hands, including how to play ace-king and things to be careful of when holding small pocket pairs. They also talk about the passing of former Main Event runner-up Darwin Moon.
Professional 7 Card Stud expert Cory Zeidman co-hosts the show to talk about a new video product in development to put viewers in the minds of players. Matt Savage, Tournament Director of the World Poker Tour, stops by for a discussion about the life of Mike Sexton.
A special discussion about the passing of Mike Sexton, accompanied by an interview with the legend by BIG Dave recorded in 2017. The guys also recap the WSOP Online Main Event, plus a bracelet win by an Iranian beauty queen, and finally, they rundown some of the most interesting poker quotes over the years.
The guys discuss the WSOP Online Main Event, now down to 38 players and set to resume next Sunday. They also reveal the sad news of Mike Sexton’s grave illness and talk about his contributions to poker.
A huge uproar from the poker community against GG poker for desperately trying to protect rec players from being taken advantage of by “bum hunting” pros. Especially angering the experienced players was a post by the site which grouped players into good, bad and regular pros according to their behavior. Also, the Main Event of the WSOP Online gets underway with 23 opening sessions (not a misprint).
The guys talk about an interesting WSOP online hand which would have won the event, but instead allowed Nick Petrangelo to take home the title. Also, another big win for Kristin Bicknell and a quick list naming the best celebrity poker players In Hollywood.
Fresh off his third WSOP bracelet win, Tony Dunst tweets his thoughts on how to improve next year’s online series - BIG Dave & Joe discuss. The guys also take a look at the lack of mixed games in the series, courtesy of open letter by pro Melissa Burr to the WSOP.
Daniel Negreanu is in the spotlight again for his second temper meltdown online this month. Plus, BIG Dave & the 2 Joes take a look at the effects of the pandemic on our favorite sports and how that relates to the poker world.
Online website crash delays 2 WSOP tourneys to next weekend and poker players are not happy. We discuss the disaster for GG Poker and whether they’ll survive it. Also, the “Naked Bandit” gets his punishment for dropping his pants at last year’s WSOP.
Interesting stories abound from the WSOP Online series including a frustrated Daniel Negreanu and his spotty internet connection, a 70-year-old bracelet winner in his first online tourney and a happy champion who captured the title in a Whole Foods parking lot.
With the WSOP Online series underway, the guys look at some of the early action, including a blow-up by Mike “The Mouth” Matusow. BIG Dave closes the show by bringing on producer Joe Castello to talk about the weekend passing of former Neil Rogers producer Jorge Rodriguez - the two reminisce about their early days in South Florida radio.
Howard Mash, reigning Seniors Champ from the 2019 WSOP, and South Florida pro Michael Tait join the show to talk about their poker lives during the pandemic. Howard discusses the strange experience of his upcoming title defense in the online series and Michael talks about adjustments in the live Local scene.
BIG Dave & Joe talk about the adjustments all of the South Florida rooms have made to adjust to the age of Covid-19. Vegas continues to bounce back slowly while several states in the Northeast are taking things a bit slower. The guys also have an in-depth discussion on short-handed betting.
BIG Dave & Joe discuss the newly-announced World Series of Poker Online Series, whether it will replace the Rio event or just supplement the current waiting period. They also talk about the dismissal of the lawsuit against Mike Postle and the Stones Gambling Hall and Joe reveals why he was not shocked at the decision. Finally, the latest news on casino openings in Vegas and Florida and the early reviews on the small number of poker room reopenings.
Tony Burns, Poker Marketing Director of Seminole Gaming, spends time with BIG Dave & Joe to talk about the recent reopening of the SHR Tampa Poker, along with the effect the coronavirus pandemic on the other Seminole properties.
Noah Carbone, Director of Poker at the Palm Beach Kennel Club, recaps the room’s reopening on May 22nd. Noah describes the huge turnout, along with his facility’s extensive efforts to keep players safe.
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