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.
September 8th, 2015
Episode 129 of 306 episodes
This week on the Pokercast: Steve Day comes to town to bid us adeu. To start, the guys will be moving around next week and update you on where we’ll be. A Pokercast survey is available in the forum and we love your feedback! We review what you’ve told us so far, touch on a few other tidbits and jump into the news. This week in “In Case You Missed It”: A new Patrik Antonius interview raises some interesting points, inductees to the (other) poker hall of fame are announced, a gaming legislator in Michigan says he thinks DFS wagering is illegal and Chris Grove joins us to give us the low down. Some tournament news from a strangely guaranteed event in Oklahoma, also the legends of poker in LA, some shenanigans in Malta and of course WCOOP. After the break Terrence has a new inductee to the IPWOF then a familiar voice from years of the Pokercast, Steve Day joins us in studio for his last official appearance on the show. Steve has been in the upper echelon of Pokerstars operations for quite some time and we talk with him about a bunch of topics from the past, and some of what to expect in the future of the world's largest poker site, and Steve himself. We’ve also got some Rossco Report, 140 or less, some forum shout outs and as per your request a double dose of Pokerstars Invitational passwords in the show! (Featured guests: No Guest)
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