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July 15th, 2015
Episode 107 of 306 episodes
This week on the Pokercast: The 2015 November 9 has been set and as usual we’ve been following the action closely. To start it off we are joined by our resident main event super fan MJ and we jump right into the big stories. The guys kick things off with Negreanu’s run nearly making the final table, then run down the rest of the final 27 leading up to the Nov 9. The final 9 are previewed, Adam and Terrence talk about some interesting ICM considerations and some controversy about the tanking as people went deeper. Other stories covered this week are: A weird video featuring Brian Hastings, Neymar Jr. visits the WSOP, A video featuring terrible dealer behaviour and more. Then young tournament phenom and 25th place finisher in the main event, Fedor Holz joins us to talk about his run, one of the most controversial hands from late in the tournament and why he doesn’t like Vegas. After Fedor leaves us we review the main event tweets in “140 or less” then head to break. Lee Jones then joins us to talk about Negreanu’s run, Pokerstars Playhouse in Vegas, legislation in California and more. Then to wrap things up the Adam gives some forum shout outs, we talk about some upcoming shows and there’s a moment of zen! Of course, the Pokerstars Invitational password and format is included in the show. (Featured guests: Fedor Holz)
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