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Andrew and Busi discuss the highs and lows of their first date. They observe that anniversary getting margaritas at Tacos and Beer, and a Polaroid picture snapped at Velveteen Rabbit (it’s open again!). The post She Invited Me to the Ladies Room on our First Date appeared first on Tells Podcast.
Andrew and Busi talk about whether there’s an issue with calling a girl pretty, which leads to a discussion about flesh prisons. The post One Of Us Drank Too Much appeared first on Tells Podcast.
Andrew and Busi attempt to knock the rust off of the video version of Tells Podcast. They reminisce about the WSOP grind in Mexico; The post Vegas Date Spots during a PLandemic? appeared first on Tells Podcast.
Andrew plays his final event of the WSOP 2020 and instead of asking him to recap and his experience, Busi decides to let Andrew mull it over so he can give us a comprehensive review of his performance and experience. The post Tadpoles do not turn to frogs appeared first on Tells Podcast.
This week, Busi decides that moving to Mexico might be the play, but Andrew’s telephone anxiety might stand in the way of making this a reality. The post A flawed contest appeared first on Tells Podcast.
Hurricane Genevieve swept through Baja California this week and Busi and Andrew recount their first hurricane experience. Andrew invites Busi to co-host his stream of Saturday tournament play. The post Distracting from tournament glory? appeared first on Tells Podcast.
Busi and Andrew are reunited in Mexico for this installment of the podcast. Andrew fills us in on his online WSOP tournament experience and wonders if he is doing this work trip the right way. The post Calling him a liar? appeared first on Tells Podcast.
Andrew checks in from Cabo San Lucas in Mexico and fills us in on his tournament grind for the online WSOP. The post Promised a Bracelet appeared first on Tells Podcast.
Andrew placed 49th out of 1479 in a WSOP bracelet event and Busi asks whether it is appropriate to celebrate a tournament cash, and how does one celebrate a small win and if it is even worth celebrating. The post Should you celebrate cashing a tournament? appeared first on Tells Podcast.
Andrew shares his love of pizza, while Busi has become quite intrigued by earthquakes. Healthy habits abound as Busi and Andrew have taken up running in 100 degree weather. The post I’m not taking responsibility appeared first on Tells Podcast.
Poker manages to steal Andrew’s joy once again but, this week, there is a silver lining as Andrew shares the best thing that happened to him this week. The post The best thing that happened this week appeared first on Tells Podcast.
Busi recounts her Saturday morning protesting failure and asks Andrew about whether disrupting traffic is enough to affect change. Busi asks Andrew whether he would be willing to go to prison for love. The post A Protesting Fail appeared first on Tells Podcast.
This week, Andrew is caught in the trifecta of despair, Twitter feuds and online poker. And as if that wasn’t enough, Busi asks him to take this implict bias test, which reveals a less than desirable outcome. The post If you want to win, become a Phil appeared first on Tells Podcast.
In this episode of the podcast, Busi and Andrew review the long and sad week in America. Andrew believes that robots might be the solution to all human problems. The post Missing the WSOP appeared first on Tells Podcast.
The last couple of days of online poker play have been a bit rocky for Andrew and it made him wonder whether poker is the only endeavour that humbles you as soon as you become overly confident/cocky, Busi thinks not but she does demand to know why she didn’t get a 30 frame Instagram tribute on her birthday. The post Humbled by poker, again… appeared first on Tells Podcast.
It’s week 7 in the closet and things are getting strange. Andrew tells us a story about nuns who gamble. He is also excited to have a microchip implanted in him in the future so that he can speak to people telepathically. The post Nuns who gamble? appeared first on Tells Podcast.
Andrew’s online poker endeavour is finally profitable and he shares a few things that he thinks kept him from being a profitable online poker player. The post Finally… in the green appeared first on Tells Podcast.
Andrew agrees with a listener about the existential threat faced by the poker economy as a result of the economy being shut down. The post Blindly Gambling appeared first on Tells Podcast.
In this episode of the podcast, we’re stoked to answer some listener questions. Andrew shares his pre-conditions for leaving the house. The post Not leaving the house until… appeared first on Tells Podcast.
Busi and Andrew resolve a week long quarrel in this episode of the podcast. Andrew expresses concern about Busi’s decision to go hiking alone and shares his plan to protect her from the lurking dangers in the wilderness. The post A Quarantine Quarrel appeared first on Tells Podcast.
E051: Veronica Brill & Wired Magazine’s Postle Investigator Brendan Koerner!
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