The Thinking Poker Podcast is a weekly conversation where hosts Andrew "Foucault" Brokos and Nate Meyvis talk strategy, review books, and explore the culture of poker. Interviews with both famous and behind-the-scenes figures offer unique insights on the fascinating world of poker.
The publishers of Ante Up Magazine still have the longest running poker podcast on the Internet, only now they own the show! Every week they'll discuss poker news, home-game follies and hand analysis while continuing to bring you entertaining, in-depth interviews with some of today's hottest poker pros and celebrities. Ante Up is Bluff Magazine's 2007 Readers Choice Award for Best Poker Podcast ... subscribe and find out why.
Tune in each week, as mental game coach Jared Tendler take the airwaves to help listeners strengthen this critical part of their game. A wide range of interesting guests have been on the show, including high stakes players Phil Hellmuth, Lex Veldhuis, Phil Galfond, and Gavin Griffin. Listeners are invited to submit questions and have their mental game problems solved live-on-air. The goal is to make the show fun and entertaining, while also helping you to be mentally stronger at the tables.
This is the podcast for poker players looking for coaching on the go. Learn new plays, powerful concepts, and gain insights from coaches who play your games. If you're looking for even more content and a community of poker players who are ready to help you improve, join us at redchippoker.com. Enjoy the show!
Poker Action Line with BIG Dave Lemmon! Poker talk internet radio that's always on demaand! Hear BIG Dave's conversations with the stars and with the people who run the games. Get the latest tournament results and the schedule of upcoming events. Talk strategy and pick up tips to improve your game! Follow the WSOP, WPT, LAPT, EPT and great local tournaments from around the country!
Join us as we delve into the complex universe that is postflop poker and offer up practical and useful insights that can be taken by anyone and applied at the tables. Learn how to improve your game, change the way you think about hands and increase your confidence in your postflop decision making. Join Ben 'Gamb64' Hayles and co-hosts Scott 'Manxman78' Quayle and Richard 'ChipDouglas1' Broxton on the first poker podcast dedicated to the subject of postflop poker strategy.
Through the Just Hands Podcast, we aim to give listeners an opportunity to hear how high level players discuss a hand of poker. By hearing us discuss all of the elements that go into poker decision making, players will gain insights into cash game strategy and aquire the necessary tools to analyze leaks in their own playing. Ultimately, we hope to create or sustain a lifelong love for and ability to win at poker in each of our listeners.
"Jack/King Off with Tony Valle" is a poker podcast developed by two Chicago comedians who interview professional poker players and game runners about the ins and outs of the underground poker world. ~ Host: Tony Valle ~ Co-Host: David Gavri ~ Sound Engineer: Pretty Tommy
The tournamentpokeredge.com podcast is the only poker podcast that is dedicated to MTT strategy. Each episode, your hosts Killingbird and RonFezBuddy invite TPE pros in to cover a specific MTT strategy both in theory and in practice by going over hand histories. They also cover general MTT topics such as backing, bankroll management, setting a schedule and all the other important aspects of being a successful tournament player.
BIG Dave and Joe draft their fantasy poker teams for the annual competition at the WSOP and talk about a visit to Vegas this summer. The guys also discuss Howard Lederer's public apology and Daniel Negreanu's role in releasing it to the public, plus a quick update on the GPL.
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Host James “SplitSuit” Sweeney gets interviewed in this episode. Sky asks great questions about coaching, playing, common leaks, and leads a great discussion about hand reading. This is a rebroadcast of the interview originally featured on the Smart Poker Study podcast. A special thank you to Sky for both hosting the interview and allowing us to share it directly with Red Chippers! Get the shownotes at www.redchippoker.com/34
Isn’t that what all of our shows about? Kind of, but this time around we’re more explicit than usual. It’s just Nate and Andrew, talking about some specific, concrete, active (not just reading books or watching videos) ways to study poker. Plus we review bluffing and bluff-catching strategy in an illustrative example of one of the toughest spots in poker, and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of slowplaying against a maniac. Timestamps 0:30 hello and welcome 11:30 strategy Strategy Hand 1 2/5 game at the Aria. I have a stack of about 1400. Villain covers. Villain raises from UTG+1 to 20, gets two callers. I have pocket aces in the BB. I raise to 85. Villain calls, callers fold. Pot is now about $205. Flop 345 rainbow. Both players check. Turn 2. I check, Villain bets $150, I call. Pot is $505. River Q. I check, Villain bets $330. Hand 2 $2/$5 live game. Villain has $500, Hero coves. Hero raises to $25 with AQss. Tilted guy re raises to $100. Hero calls. Flop is Q74 two diamo ...
This week on the Pokercast: The boys are all back together under one roof for another fun show! Adam has been on some adventures recently and fills us in on some of the tales while Terrence has been making some runs in SCOOP. This week in ICYMI: Howard Lederer posted an apology on Daniel Negreanu’s blog and the guys review it. SCOOP updates, Billy Walters indicted, Amaya financial reports, the Taj Poker room to return and more. Mike “goleafsgoeh” Leah, the ultimate tournament grinder is our feature guest this week and he runs us through his latest SCOOP victory, plans for the summer, his take on the GPL so far and WSOP Fantasy. After Mike, we get in to a ton of your mail, and it was really really good this week. We’ve got a degen story, a shower gate update and a Pokercast floor ruling for you. We wrap it up with some Rossco Report and of course the invitational password is included! (Featured guests: Mike Leah)
NEW Episodes every Thursday at 9:00am Episode #Ace/Queen: Allen "The Chainsaw" Kessler Our twelfth episode of the season, most people refer to AQ as little slick, but we've heard several players who've lost with it, call it "Big Slut". Tony & David sit down at Ameristar EC and talk with 2013 Heartland Poker Tour Player of the Year, Allen Kessler. Allen travels the tournement circuit playing WPT, WSOP, HPT & MSPT and has earned over $3 million in tournament winnings. Add Allen on Twitter @AllenKessler ON THIS EPISODE: Tony & David talk with Allan about how he fared in the HPT @ Ameristar this past week, how he got nicknamed "The Chainsaw", getting tournament blind structures changed for the better, hitting a slot machine for six figures and more. Leave a 5 star review and comment and win a free seat to the Holdem 100. Featured Joke of the Week! Submit your jokes to jkoffpodcast@gmail RE: JOTW and if it's funny, I'll read it on the air during our "Joke of the Week" segment. The winne ...
It’s 24 hours until fight time. The bets have start pouring in from the poker community and are coming in nearly equally on both sides. One fighter starts to see the fight as “50/50”, while the other thinks he’s a big favourite. The coaches from both sides have arrived in Las Vegas and are feeling good about their fighters — so good that it’s almost implausible. We check in with both fighters to see how they are doing mentally and physically. Both men are going into the fight confident, but both acknowledge the potential to lose. Is this fight about the process, or the result? (Featured guests: Olivier Busquet, JC Alvarado)
BIG Dave and Joe preview the Super High Roller Bowl and the chance for someone from the public to win a million dollars in the Poker Central contest. The guys also take a look at the WSOP Town Hall on Twitch and discuss revenues at the local Seminole Hard Rock.
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Elena Stover has a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience, and her studies focused on risk and decision-making, so when she decided not to pursue a career in academia, poker was a natural fit for her. We talk to Elena about her research, how it informs her thinking about on and off the felt, the short-comings of academia, her gradual transition into poker, her post-Black Friday life as a poker nomad, and more! Plus, in our strategy segment, we discuss playing Kings when that dreaded Ace turns. Elena plays on PokerStars as “thegroupie”, which is also her Twitter handle. Her blog contains a number of well-written trip reports, plus links to pieces she’s written for the PokerStars blog and Bluff magazine. Thanks to Dara O’Kearney for suggesting such a great guest! Timestamps 0:30 H&W 7:41 strat 28:34 interview Strategy $1 tournament on PokerStars 150/300/30 Hero has 12K, one V has 8K, other two cover UTG, U1, and U2 limp, Hero in HJ raises to 1200 with KK, first two call, last one folds 4620 i ...
GTO Range Builder is a world-class poker tool for mapping out game theory optimal decisions. Today we sit down with Alex Sutherland, the creator of GTORB, to pick his brain on GTO and understand how his software helps poker players make better decisions. Get the links for GTORB and additional information at www.redchippoker.com/33
Alex and Andrew are joined by Justin Hammer, tournament coordinator at the Commerce Casino in LA to discuss experimental tournament formats. Other topics on the agenda include the outcome of the Spin-and-Go satellites to the EPT Grand Final in Monaco, the recent refunds disbursed by PokerStars to high stakes Spin-and-Go players, and a river decision by Mustapha Kanit that confused even pros like Vanessa Selbst.
NEW Episodes every Thursday at 9:00am Episode #Ace/Jack: Jonathan Little Our eleventh episode of the season, nicknamed "Ajax" named after the foam cleaner. Tony & David talk with Jonathan about how he got into poker, reading every poker book he could get his hands on, developing his own books and training videos. How he made sit-n-go’s unbeatable. Having realistic expectations. The goal is winning equity, not dollars. This guy is amazing and packed with knowledge and advice! JonathanLittlePoker.com Follow Jonathan on Twitter @JonathanLittle Free Audio Books jonathanlittlepoker.com/free ON THIS EPISODE: Jonathan currently splits his time between New York City, Europe, and Canada. He’s married to the wonderful Amie Broder, a lawyer from Brooklyn, New York. When he’s in NYC, Jonathan spends most of his time coaching students, writing poker books (including the best-selling Excelling at No-Limit Hold’em) and cultivating his training site, FloatTheTurn.com. He enjoys working out, eating ...
This week on the Pokercast: With the WSOP weeks away, we get some veterans of the summer in Vegas to give us some pointers on how to get the most value out of your time there. Firstly: Be careful what kind of math you do on planes, Pokercast WSOP fantasy updates and a traffic court update from Adam. We also induct a new member to the IPWOF. This week in the news: SCOOP 2016 is in full swing, Super High Roller Bowl news, Pokerstars Spin & Go cheating ring caught, EPT Player of the year race won by the slightest of margins, “Molly’s Game” film adaptation in the works and more. Kevin “Kevmath” Mathers joins us after a short break to talk about his new position as the social media czar for the WSOP, getting the most value for your tournament dollar and the “redneck riviera”. After Kev, we get into your voice mails and e-mails. Greg “FBT” Mueller then joins us to get a more high stakes point of view on the summer at the WSOP. We talk with Greg about everything from his schedule this sum ...
Mo Nuwwarah, writer for PokerNews.com, joins BIG Dave and Joe to talk about his 10-part series "How to Attack the WSOP". The guys also discuss the sad closing of the Casino Miami Poker Room and tel some stories from the past.
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Andrew Moreno is a professional poker player who is also married to a professional poker player. His wife, Kristy Arnett, has mentioned him enough times on the show (including Episode 170!) that we figured it was about time he came on to speak for himself! Andrew discusses the pluses and minuses of sharing this unconventional career with his spouse, as well as setting ambitious goals, taking risks, Choice Center, and more. Timestamps 0:30 – hello & welcome 10:59 – strat 32:05 – andrew moreno Strategy MP limps, the button makes it $5, and I raise to $16.5. MP calls and the button folds. Flop is A79 with the 7 and 9 of spades. I bet $22 and he calls. The pot is $82, and he has $80 behind. The turn is a blank (low non-spade) and I shove.
Do hands like 65s, A4s, and 97 get you a little excited, or alittle nervous? Doug Hull and Ed Miller lead today’s conversationand discuss the driving factors behind playing these handsprofitably. They go on to discuss the power and misconceptionsbehind small pocket pairs and explain why folding gutshots toooften is leaving money on the table. Nits beware! Get the shownotes at www.redchippoker.com/32
Location: Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati Stakes: $2/5 8-handed table at the time Zach (725) opens to $2/5 MP with J10c then two fairly loose passive villains call. One in CO has 350 to start the hand and the one OTB has over 1000. Flop (60) Jd3d4h Hero bets 40, both villains call. Turn (180) 7s Hero bets 115, villain in the CO shoves for about 275 and then the button goes all in too. Hero folds.
We are back! Finally... It's been a while, but we dust off the microphones to tackle flopping top 2 pair. We are joined by Steve Barton, host of the Heads Up Poker Podcast and delve deep into a couple of interesting hands. You can find the Heads Up Poker Podcast at: http://headsuppoker.poker/ You can follow along with the hands below, and we welcome you to use the comments section to give us your opinion. Love the Show? Help support us by writing a review of this podcast on iTunes. The more reviews we get, the more listeners we get, and that means we can keep delivering you fresh new strategy every few weeks! Top 2 Pair - Hand 1 Top 2 Pair - Hand 2
DP called it — Ole Schemion is back and in a big way! He and Rich break down the results from the EPT Grand Final, talk about Team Media in the upcoming 25K Fantasy Draft, and take a few voicemails. Record your voicemail: 774-77P-NPOD
NEW Episodes every Thursday at 9:00am Episode #Ace/Ten: Poker Etiquette Our tenth episode of the season, nicknamed "Bookends" because it's two ends of the highest straight. If you think your etiquette is on point, we suggest you listen to this episode because we call out all the unwritten rules at the poker table. I'll bet you $50 you break at least one! Poker Etiquette - Link ON THIS EPISODE: Tony & David talk about all the unwritten rules of proper poker etiquette from table talk to hygiene, blaming the dealer and helping a player with their hand, this episode covers it all! JKOFF Promo / Giveaways: Hey songwriters! We’re looking for someone to write us an intro song for Season 1 and poker parody songs. Submit your songs to jkoffpodcast@gmail Leave a 5 star review and comment and win a free seat to the Holdem 100. Email us to find out how to get a free Lifetime Membership of Zachary Elwood’s poker tells videos! Featured Joke of the Week! Submit your jokes to jkoffpodcast@gmail RE ...
This week on the Pokercast: With a ton of tournaments in SCOOP and the WSOP around the corner we talk some tournament strategy with a guy who’s got a couple bracelets and knows his stuff, Rep Porter. To kick things off we talk Pokercast WSOP Fantasy, Leicester and All in or Knocked out Ep 2. We then induct a new member of the Internet Pokers Wall of Fame and get into the news. This week in ICYMI: EPT Grand Final, Drug Testing in the GPL? PokerCentral’s $1M Contest, A journalist tries living like Dan Bilzerian and more. Bryan Slick, the man behind SCOOP at Pokerstars joins us to talk about the SCOOP Schedule as well. After the break we get Ralph “Rep" Porter on the line, Rep runs through some NL Tournament strategy to prep us for SCOOP and the WSOP. Rep and Adam also talk about Adam’s biggest credit card roulette loss. After rep we get into a new segment idea, your mail including some more strategy and first Vegas trip advice/stories. We review some of Ross’ Hands and of course the ...
Donnie Peters, Editor-In-Chief of PokerNews.com, joins BIG Dave and Joe to discuss the WPT Tournament of Champions, the Action Clock, and his duties during the WSOP. Donnie also previews his new TV show on Poker Central, Primetime Poker Report, which will debut on May 18th.
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Kristy Arnett returns to the show, and this time she’s the one dishing out the advice. She talks about her recent trip to Korea, what she’s learned from Choice Center, and the things she’s learned from poker have helped her elsewhere in life. She even gives out relationship advice! You can read and see more of Kristy on Twitter, her website, her YouTube channel, or her Under Armour Facebook page. Timestamps 0:30 – hello & welcome 17:28 – strategy 39:22 – kristy arnett Strategy This is from a NLHE home cash game. The blinds are $0.50/$1.00. I have about $500 and would guess Villain had just slightly less. The hand starts 10-handed and villain opens from under the gun to $4. I am next to act, and look down to see 7-7 and just call. A few others players call so we’re 5 to the flop of JJ7 rainbow. Villain leads out and bets $15. I call, everyone else folds, so it’s just the two of us to the turn and we have a pot of approximately $51. The turn is a J. Villain now bets $30. I call, so n ...
New players love to say "tight is right" - but nits take this to the extreme. James "SplitSuit" Sweeney spends this episode discussing why being a nit is a bad idea. Concepts include why nits have awful frequencies, why a lack of showdowns is a bad thing, and why nits actually become targets to good players. If you know any nitty players, make sure to share this episode with them as well! http://redchippoker.com/31
Location: Casino in the midwest Stakes: $2/5 8-handed table at the time Zach opens to $2/5 UTG with K10s, two loose passive villains call and then Zach's student calls in HJ with pocket 8s (Hero). Main villain in hand, loose aggressive player that keeps talking poker strategy makes it 120 in BB, Zach and two other villains fold, Hero calls. Flop (295) Q93r Villain cbets 155, Hero calls. Turn (605) offsuit Jack completing the rainbow. Check Check. River (605) 5 Villain leads for 250. Hero folds.
As Olivier and JC approach fight day, we take a look back the early days of their poker careers and exactly how they became the high-stakes pros they are today. Both men start feeling the physical and psychological strains of the training camp. Finally, JC drops a serious allegation, and tempers flare as things start to get personal. Music is by Murphy Chops https://soundcloud.com/murphychops (Featured guests: Olivier Busquet, JC Alvarado)
This week on the Pokercast: Brian Rast joins us to talk about his ridiculous biking bet vs Dan Bilzerian on next to no notice. First: The crew is all back under one roof! Plus Terrence and Ross are back from their trip to Vegas with some updates on what they’ve been working on. This week in ICYMI: Dan Cates talks about a $20M pot involving Tom Dwan, EPT Grand Final, Pokerstars NJ SCOOP, A new WSOP Press Release and more. Brian Rast joins us after the news to talk in depth about his insane endurance bet versus Dan Bilzerian and Bill Perkins, and why he thinks he plays his best poker in the summer. After Brian we get into your mail that’s been piling up and some PLO start in the Ross Report. As always the passwords and formats to the Pokerstars Invitational is in the show, and stay tuned to the end for the outtakes! Ross Report Hands: 1- https://goo.gl/IYqNcy 2- https://goo.gl/bCYsxw 3 - https://goo.gl/rau5Fr 4 - https://goo.gl/NedLuH (Featured guests: Brian Rast)