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 17th, 2015
Episode 74 of 306 episodes
This week on the Pokercast: We’re back up on a Tuesday, and we’ve got your lock of the week! To start off the guys chat about Rick Solomon allegedly winning $40M off of Andy Beal, Terrence taking a trip to Cuba and Negreanu showing up in the news. Moving into “In Case You Missed It” the lead story is the massive Sunday Million that happened last weekend. Adam and Terrence played and they review how they did, the huge field and eventual winners. In other big field tournaments, predictions are out for the Colossus at the WSOP and also Mike Sexton fires some shots at the WSOP in a blog. Other stories covered this week are: MGM Properties no longer allowing bills to play at the poker table, pokerpages.com is sold, The Borgata offers games of skill and Anthony Zinno wins yet another tournament. Our guest this week is fan favourite Alan Boston, Alan is a sports betting guru and poker player. Adam and Alan talk some March Madness basketball and Alan offers his pick for the first week of the tournament (which has been correct for years in a row). The guys then get into the poker talk where Alan talks about a juicy game at the commerce and shares his heartfelt thoughts about his experiences with the late Stu Ungar. In the 3rd segment Steve Day joins us from the Isle of Man at Pokerstars HQ to recap the big Sunday Million, preview SCOOP and talk a bit more about Twitch. The guys then review a bunch of mail that has been submitted by you over the last 2 weeks with some views and questions for us. Adam also gives shout outs from the “Where in the world are you listening from?” thread in the forum and some tweets in “140 or less”. And of course, listen for the Pokerstars Invitational password and format within the show! (Featured guests: Alan Boston)
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