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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.
May 12th, 2016
Episode 188 of 284 episodes
This week on the Pokercast: With the WSOP weeks away, we get some veterans of the summer in Vegas to give us some pointers on how to get the most value out of your time there. Firstly: Be careful what kind of math you do on planes, Pokercast WSOP fantasy updates and a traffic court update from Adam. We also induct a new member to the IPWOF. This week in the news: SCOOP 2016 is in full swing, Super High Roller Bowl news, Pokerstars Spin & Go cheating ring caught, EPT Player of the year race won by the slightest of margins, “Molly’s Game” film adaptation in the works and more. Kevin “Kevmath” Mathers joins us after a short break to talk about his new position as the social media czar for the WSOP, getting the most value for your tournament dollar and the “redneck riviera”. After Kev, we get into your voice mails and e-mails. Greg “FBT” Mueller then joins us to get a more high stakes point of view on the summer at the WSOP. We talk with Greg about everything from his schedule this summer to taking pieces of successful players and some shadier players, and getting a $400 Kobe steak well-done with ranch on the side. After Greg we have a bunch of hands to review from each of the guys. With all the action going on recently we’ve all been playing and get in to some strategy to keep you afloat online or live. The password and format to the SCOOP editions of the Pokerstars Invitational are within the show as always! Remember, follow along with the hands in the Ross Report in the show thread (Pokercast 409): http://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/97/two-plus-two-pokercast/ (Featured guests: Greg Mueller)
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