In this special episode of Poker Stories, we revisit two of our most popular early guests to catch up on what's happened in their lives over the last three years. Barry Greenstein appeared on the podcast back in November of 2017. The Poker Hall of Fame inductee and two-time World Poker Tour champion has stayed pretty busy despite his age of 65, and has had a high cash rate at the World Series.
Before digging into three specific moves poker pros use to beat weaker players, SplitSuit warns of the importance of learning the strategies behind the plays (tactics) described in this episode. It is not enough to know the move, one must learn the skills and concepts behind why the move is profitable. Knowing under what circumstances the move is profitable, and understanding when it costs us.
They analyzed the hand they presenting in episode 176 with the GTORB software to get a GTO perspective on the optimal play so make sure and check that out as well. Posted by Alex at.I’m extremely new the poker world (just had my first play a week ago) and the advice given in this episode will be of use along my path to learning the game. Want to learn poker as one of my list of “Things I Want To Do in 2019”. Picked up Ed Miller book “Getting Started in Hold’em” as my introduction to this new world. I found this site through a YouTube interview he did. Looking.Thinking Poker podcast on demand - Weekly poker podcast featuring interviews with both famous and behind-the-scenes figures from the poker world, as well as a poker strategy segment.
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Thinking Poker Podcast. I have always been a big fan of Andrew Brokos. I think he is one of the best at explaining and talking though hands and poker concepts. So I was of course excited when he started the Thinking Poker Podcast. And he seems to have found the perfect co-host in Nate Mavis as they complement each other really well. This podcast tends to focus on two general areas; poker.
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Episode 177 of the Green and Gold Rugby podcast brings you the next in our series of Rugby World Cup 2015 Podcasts. The special guest on this week's show is arguably the most passionate man ever to pull on a Wallaby jersey - 1991 Rugby World Cup flanker, Simon Poidevin. The passion Poido had (and still has) for the Wallabies is dripping from the podcast this week as he takes us on a journey.
Weekly poker podcast featuring interviews with both famous and behind-the-scenes figures from the poker world, as well as a poker strategy segment. Episode 324: Pandemic Poker with Ben Saxton 28 Apr.
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