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Two Plus Two is the leading publisher of poker strategy and advantage gambling books. Now, Two Plus Two is bringing that same level of expertise and quality to poker audio in the form of Pokercasts.
October 1st, 2014
Episode 46 of 284 episodes
Pokercast Episode 334: Mirza “Zaza” Muhovic and the 2014 WCOOP wrapup. This week on the Pokercast Adam and Terrence welcome Mirza “Zaza” Muhovic to the show. Known as "Zaza", this man from Luxembourg is an online mid stakes online cash game regular and Ivey League coach who regularly plays up to 24 tables at a time. Zaza talks with the guys about how he manages to put in such an amazing amount of volume and, how he stays focused. He touches on many topics including the controversial seating scripts that allow regular grinders to “bum-hunt” less experienced players and the differences between Zoom games and regular ring games. Zaza also touches on his experience at his first WSOP this past summer, and what it’s like to experience Vegas for the first time. In "In case you missed it", Adam and Terrence talk about the fact that Tom Dwan is now a being called a scammer by Daniel Colman and others, as the “Durrrr Challenge” from years ago is still unsettled. The guys wrap up the recently completed World Championship of Online Poker and touch on Pokerstar's sudden departure from several countries. Steve Day form Pokerstars joins the show to discuss… A hand that he played in a Pokerstars employees event! Steve also talks about the new Spin & Go SNG format that gives players a chance to win a huge prize for a small buy in. As always, the invitational tournament password for the October 5th Pokerstars Invitational for Pokercast listeners is hidden in the show. (Featured guests: Mirza Muhovic)
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