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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 audio in the form of Pokercasts.
March 13th, 2015
Episode 72 of 271 episodes
This week on the Pokercast: Terrence is globetrotting yet again and joins us from Mexico City for an episode in which we are joined by a gaggle of returning popular guests. To kick things off Adam and Terrence clarify that going for “diamond in a day” is very -ev and explain why, the guys also share their condolences for the passing of Sam Simon. Moving on to “In Case You Missed It” this weeks top stories are: The proposition of “Poker’s 4 Majors” by Alex Dreyfus, A high stakes player has $420k in chips stolen from his home, Aria’s $500k tournament this summer, A new record for fastest time to complete supernova elite is reached and more! The Bay 101 just finished up and TD Extraordinaire Matt Savage joins us once again to recap that tournament series and a run in he had with Phil Hellmuth. In the second segment the guys continue to prepare you for the WSOP, or Vegas in general. The topic this week is food and the guests are experts, Jimmy Fricke is on first. Gobbo has a blog about the best places to eat in Vegas and there are a ton to choose from! Next up is David “All American Dave” Swanson. Dave is a staple at the WSOP with his healthy food options and his business has been growing every year, he shares insight into the correlation between eating well and playing well and what we can expect at the Rio this year. Lastly the one and only Alan Kessler joins us with tips on how to eat on the cheap. In the third segment we’re back to straight poker talk as A & T get into some news about changes to the online bracelet event this year which leads to a “Rossco Report” where Ross reviews some extremely questionable hands. Some tweets in “140 or less” lead to a discussion of underwear GTO and the guys also review this week in the ever growing twitch tv poker scene. Plus, don’t forget the Pokercast Invitational format and password hidden in the show! (Featured guests: Matt Savage, Jimmy Fricke)