#126 Greg Vail Round 2: Why Being Wrong in Poker is So Right


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Today’s guest on the Chasing Poker Greatness podcast is split pot specialist, author, and poker coach Greg Vail.
Greg’s back for a Round 2 because I got so distracted by our amazing first conversation that I forgot to ask him any of the regular CPG questions you’ve come to love and expect like:
What is Greg’s regular process for improving his own game?
What does Greg think is the most high impact action you can take to improve your game?
And breaking down some common poker advice that Greg disagrees with.
And if you’re sitting there wondering whether or not I let my curiosity overtake me once again when speaking with Greg, wonder no more:
You know it did, I just can’t help myself .
In today’s conversation, you’re going to learn:
Why flatting a four-bet with pocket kings does NOT mean jamming wasn’t a profitable option.
Greg and I’s thoughts on why folks who are at the top of their field sometimes fail to bridge the gap to poker success.
The surprising benefit to being wrong all the time.
And much, MUCH more!
So without any further ado, I bring to you the brilliant and entertaining Author of SCOOP Greg Vail.
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