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.
August 31st, 2015
Episode 126 of 306 episodes
This week on the pokercast: A legend of the game joins us for the first time! First, Terrence has some disappointing news about the upcoming fight, the Pokercast now has 2 football teams and we get into “In Case You Missed It”. Stories this week: An online tournament poker legend has passed away and the guys offer their take. The Tournament Directors Association met and have come up with with many new rules for the poker community, Matt Savage joins us to talk about the specifics. Isildur has returned to the high stakes and is battling the best once again. Somerville signs with Draft Kings and poker reporter Steve Ruddock folds the cowboys preflop on TV. Prahlad Friedman is our guest and newest addition to the “Internet Poker Wall of Fame” this week, known as “Spirit Rock” on FTP back in the heyday Prahlad was at the top of the food chain in the high stakes and he joins us to talk about this experiences. EPT Barcelona has been the main focus of the poker world this last week, though. Smashing records left and right but not without controversy, the guys talk about the news that surfaced on NVG and Lee Jones joins us to talk about Pokerstars’ handle on the situation. Before it’s over we play drop survivor, review hands in the “Ross Report”, answer the mailbag and there’s also the password to the Pokercast Invitational within the show! (Featured guests: Prahlad Friedman)
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