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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 poker audio in the form of Pokercasts.
January 29th, 2016
Episode 166 of 284 episodes
This week on the Pokercast: Have you thought about learning PLO but don’t know where to start? We link up with John Beauprez for some discussion on the switch from Hold’em to Omaha. To start... someone paid quite a bit more for a potato than Ross did, a pokercast listener has a score and the NHL is out to get a player. We also induct the one an only Isildur1 to the IPWOF! This week in ICYMI: Aussie Millions updates, A Puerto Rican man is embalmed and placed on the felt, WSOP Town Hall and one of pokers most hated gets happily married. Pokerstars’ Bryan Slick joins us to update us on TCOOP and squash the rumour of the alleged bot that made it heads up in an event. John Beauprez is our guest this week. We talk with John about rebuilding after black friday, his 2013 WSOP bracelet and deep run in the Main Event. Although we really had John on to educate you on the great game of Pot Limit Omaha. John runs PLOquickpro.com where he professionally coaches people who are switching from Hold’em to PLO. We chat about some strategies and misconceptions people have when they begin playing with 4 cards instead of 2. After a break we get to poker tweets in “140 or less”, your voice and e-mails in the Mailbag, break down a few hands from Ross (links to hands in the show thread) and fill Adam in on a joke he missed in the beginning of the show. As always, the Pokerstars invitational password and formats are in the show! (Featured guests: John Beauprez)
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