This week we have a fill in with the Hand of the Week, Camp One Step has a code for $50 off your entry, and we end with life advice in the One-Outer.
Clayton Fletcher (@claytoncomic) interviews stone cold legend of the game Carlos Welch. The formerly homeless poker player talks about his dramatic win in last Sunday’s TPE freeroll on Americas Cardroom, and the guys review several hands from that freeroll before discussing a hand Carlos played a while back versus Daniel Negreanu!We are seeking female players for a special tournament in honor International Women’s Day. Join the TPE discord below to receive information about this special event.——Join the Tournament Poker Edge discord channel:https://t.co/JHEUIHrCrJ——Play on ACR using the promo code TPE for a 100% first-time deposit bonus up to $2,000.00 USD: https://bit.ly/2Wvb6Vb
This week Duncan is joined by Martin Harris (@hardboiledpoker), a fellow academic who writes about popular culture, literature, horror film, and poker. How does poker represent American culture in the best and the worst way possible? What do people often get wrong about poker culture? What makes for a good poker scene in film, and how are dreadful poker sessions related to horror films? Join us to find out! You can find more about Martin’s work on amazon (https://www.amazon.com/stores/author/B0037BUQ62/about) but also his personal blog (http://hardboiledpoker.blogspot.com/).Amazon.comMartin Harris: books, biography, latest updateFollow Martin Harris and explore their bibliography from Amazon.com’s Martin HarrisIf you have any comments/questions, you can visit the online platform, Greatness Village: https://greatnessvillage.com/To learn more about the Free Nuffle promotion, visit: https://freenuffle.comCPG Cash Game Courses!Preflop Bootcamp: https://bit.ly/Preflop-BootcampFish in a Barrel: http://bit.ly/fish-in-a-barrelNeutralize Flop Leads: https://bit.ly/2OkN8Yt
Welcome to Episode 168! In this episode, MTT Coach Gareth James and Peak Performance Mindset Coach Dr. Tricia Cardner are back discussing all things poker strategy & mindset. In this episode, we answer a question from Paul who wants to know our opinion on how long someone can expect to play at a high level with good results as he has noticed that there are not too many older players that fit this criteria.Topics discussed include: * The difference between crystallized and fluid intelligence and the role they play in poker* How to keep your brain healthy* Tips for keeping your mind fit (including suggestions for brain enhancing activities)Want us to answer your poker question?Post it in Dr. Tricia’s private Facebook group! Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PokerMindsetMasteryLabOr in Gareth’s private Facebook group! Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pokerprofits Or Tweet us:
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On the latest PokerNews Podcast episode of 2023, Chad Holloway and Jesse Fullen talk about the former’s recent appearance on the Talk is Jericho podcast as well as the latter’s trip to Texas. They then wrap up PokerNews’ coverage of the EPT Paris by discussing Johan “Yoh Viral” Guilbert’s controversial hand where he got the clock called on him three different times! Also, hear a winner’s interview from PokerStars qualifier Razvan Belea, who took down the Main Event for €1,170,000. Other stories covered include 1999 WSOP champ Noel Furlong leaving behind a literal fortune, Connor Richards’ Top 5 Casino Movies you must watch, and Rafi Azam winning the RGPS Jamul Main Event for $52,820. Finally, Jesse has a conversation for his fellow Global Poker Award nominee Caitlin Comeskey to talk about her come-up in poker, content production, and much more! Listen to those stories and more on the latest episode of the PokerNews Podcast! Time Stamps Time|Topic 00:25 | Welcome to the show 02:57 | Jesse visits Texas, checks out The Lodge’s new live stream 05:20 | Chad a guest on Chris Jericho’s podcast Talk is Jericho 06:25 | 2023 Wynn Millions is underway! 08:20 | Chad’s great Panang chicken curry disappointment 09:55 | Sponsor: 888poker 10:50 | Johan “Yoh Viral” Guilbert gets clock called on him three times in same hand 12:37 | Poker world reacts to the excessive tanking 14:21 | Winners from the PokerStars EPT Paris 15:15 | PokerStars qualifier Razvan Belea cruises to victory in 2023 EPT Paris €5,300 Main Event (€1,170,000) 16:10 | Winner interview w/ EPT Paris champ Razvan Belea 20:38 | Sponsor: [URL=“https://www.pokernews.com/wpt-global/”]WPT Global[/URL] 21:30 | “All in for CP” Charity Event this weekend at PokerGO Studio 23:00 | Will Jesse & Chad meet Ted Danson? 23:55 | Guest Caitlin Comeskey joins the show 33:00 | Getting the support of industry veterans like Andrew Neeme 34:30 | What were your goals? 35:50 | Caitlin Comeskey’s poker origin story 39:17 | How do you like being in Texas? 44:30 | How are the games in Texas? 47:00 | Two big final table experiences 50:30 | Any desire to travel to play poker? 52:00 | Some of Caitlin’s best content 58:36 | Efforts to bring more women into poker 1:03:13 | Caitlin’s poker advice 1:05:40 | Any desire to get back into stand-up comedy? 1:09:44 | Rafi Azam wins RGPS Jamul Main Event for $52,820 1:10:26 | Liam Gannon’s winner interview w/ Rafi Azam 1:13:33 | Two RGPS events this weekend 1:13:52 | Sponsor: partypoker 1:14:35 | 1999 WSOP champ Noel Furlong leaves behind a literal fortune 1:18:15 | Connor Richards’ Top 5 Casino Movies you must watch 1:21:45 | Chad & Jesse share Blockbuster video tales
With his recorded winnings closing in on the $20 million mark, it would be easy to think Italian high roller Mustapha Kanit’s greatest skills are on the felt. However according to Kanit, it’s his natural willingness to embrace making mistakes and his drive to confront his fears that are his real super powers.
In this candid and personal interview, Mustapha tells the story of his early entry into poker and the lessons he learned along the way. In fact, his love of games started from a very young age. He recalls a memory of playing a card game with his nanny at just 3 years old and shares how those early experiences gave him an understanding of math before he even began school.
The accomplished pro goes on to talk about the key differences that create the chasm between the good and the truly great players in poker and how family, friends and love are at the foundation of a life well lived.
Check out earlier episodes of the Heart of poker with guests such as Vivian Saliba, Ryan Laplante, Lon McEachern and Jon ‘Apestyles’ Van Fleet.
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Welcome back! We start today’s show talking about a final table Mintz made over the weekend and going over a couple hands, and we touch on the Dan Bilzerian story that Chance Kornuth shared on Twitter and people’s reactions to it. Then Smitty shares what he believes are his bigger leaks in tournament poker (bubble play+deep with 20ish bbs) and Jake gives advice. Lots of good strat talk! We finish with your DMs where Jake spreads more knowledge. Enjoy!You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/crackingaaces
Donnie Peters and Tim Duckworth discuss the upcoming Global Poker Awards and guess the winners of the different categories. Watch the Global Poker Awards live on PokerGO.com on Friday, March 3.
Free poker course details in the description! Jon’s back again this week, showing massive dedication calling in from the road with some great teachable spots in thin value betting. But how thin is too thin? As always, Coach Brad brings the sobriety and we reset the clock until next week. Welcome to Tactical Tuesday 115, where we’re playing online poker and making friends along the way.The first poker hand in question is from 1000NL, and Jon is holding Kd Jd in the big blind and decides to defend against the small blind apparently trying to iso a fish limping UTG. Plans change and Jon flops top pair, weak-ish kicker. What do you do when villain puts a whole ass bet into us and the fish? Jon breaks down his thought process behind whether to call and if he should eventually go for thin value with a hand this susceptible.The next poker hand up for review is another 4-Bet battle of the blinds with our guy Jon holding Pocket Jacks in the small blind. Some people say it’s the missed value that haunts you the most when you try to go to sleep at night after a session. Is this gonna’ be one of those times?
5x WSOP Circuit winner Preston McEwen is Bernard Lee’s guest.