Back at it again from the Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino, it's episode 498 of the PokerNews Podcast! Sarah Herring and Jeff Platt dive into the top stories at the World Series of Poker, and they also recap some of the more emotional moments of the summer. Then, poker author and player Dr. Tricia Cardner joins the show. She chats with Sarah about....well, a little bit of everything.
Back at it again from the World Series of Poker at the Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino, it's episode 497 of the PokerNews Podcast. In this show, Sarah Herring and Jeff Platt bring on Steve Fredlund from the RecPoker Podcast to dive into the top stories at the WSOP, including Doyle Brunson's retirement and the Colossus event receiving attention from ESPN. Sarah and Jeff also talk to Steve about his podcast, and how poker can start to incorporate more and more recreational players. Steve made...
It's episode 496 of the PokerNews Podcast, coming to you from the World Series of Poker. PokerNews Head of Content Frank Op de Woerd joins Sarah Herring and Jeff Platt to break down the hottest stories from the first week of the WSOP. The crew has all eyes on Phil Ivey this summer, and they also go over the WSOP Player of the Year Race. Plus, how in the world did Kane Kalas knock off the legend that is John Smith in the $10k Heads-Up Championship event? Jeff wandered the hallways of the Rio...
The World Series of Poker is underway! Before Sarah Herring & Jeff Platt jump into their WSOP predictions, they dive into the World Poker Tour's season finale. Big changes are on the way for the WPT, Jeff sat down with President & CEO Adam Pliska to discuss what will be new and noteworthy for Season 17. Matthew Waxman takes the final title of Season 16. Waxman won the Tournament of Champions, for a cool $463,375. Nice way to start the summer grind. Jeff caught up with Waxman after his big...
It's the Prince of Poker, baby! Scotty Nguyen jumps on this week's episode of the PokerNews Podcast. Scotty and Sarah discuss a wide range of topics in an in-depth conversation. Sarah and Jeff also break down the biggest stories in poker: Jason Koon loses a massive cash game pot but rallies and wins a high roller tournament for more than $3.5 million, Patrik Antonius's summer plans, and the return of John Hesp to the WSOP! Also, it's Super High Roller Bowl time. Sarah and Jeff share their...
Sarah Herring and Jeff Platt welcome in Fernando Habegger (JNandez Poker) to this episode of the PokerNews Podcast. JNandez shares the outlook for his poker training site, and also provides helpful tips for players looking to enhance their game. Also, Sarah and Jeff dive into the biggest stories in the poker world. Phil. Ivey. Need we say more? Okay, we do, because the Supreme Court might've just opened up the floodgates for online poker. It's all explained on this episode of the PN Pod!!
Matt & Tracey Waldt jump on the show this week with Sarah Herring & Jeff Platt. The Waldts co-host a podcast, His and Hers Poker, that revolves around cash game strategy and hand analysis. Also, Sarah and Jeff go over the top stories in poker: Gordon Vayo files a lawsuit against PokerStars, Bryn Kenney's "break-even" win in Monte Carlo, and one of the best bluffs we've seen in quite some time.
Alec Torelli jumps on the podcast with Sarah Herring this week. The two discuss Alec's week on Live at the Bike, the world of high-stakes poker (both cash games and tournaments), and what Alec tries to teach his poker playing clients. Sarah also takes a look at the biggest stories in the poker community, which include the upcoming inductions of Maria Ho & Lupe Soto into the Women in Poker Hall of Fame.
Haslet House Poker joins the podcast. Five poker players (Cris, Raine, Alice, Jack, and Nic) moved in together and now document their poker adventures. They talk about how their games changed once they had a bigger support system and what there plans are for the WSOP.
Our hosts Matthew Parvis and Sarah Herring are reunited and the two discussed the recent "social experiment" poker tournament at the Commerce. Matt Glantz joined to discuss the recent Poker Night in America live streams.
This week Sarah talks to two of the toughest grinders on the poker scene: Ari Engel and Maurice Hawkins. With so much alike, and so much completely unique, this week's guests are sure to inspire the poker player in all of us!
Matthew Parvis is joined by the co-writer of Rounders and co-creator of the hit Showtime television show Billions. The two discuss why poker is so important to Koppelman, the intricacies of layering in poker dialogue to Billions episodes, how he and the cast of Rounders have a story for the sequel and more.
Sarah Herring and Matthew Parvis are reunited and are joined by Dan O'Brien this week. The group discussed the American Poker Awards, O'Brien's thoughts on traveling the poker circuit and much more, abstaining from alcohol and much more.
Sarah Grant goes solo this week without co-host Matthew Parvis, and she has a one-on-one sit down with David Tuchman, who is up against Sarah for the Media Person of the year at the American Poker Awards.