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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 13th, 2015
Episode 87 of 284 episodes
This week on the Pokercast: The poker world is buzzing, and we’ve got a jam packed episode this week as the guys tackle all of the news. Adam talks about potentially the biggest sports bet of his life to start and we get into the news in “In Case You Missed It”. This week the stories include: The WSOP’s annual media conference and still not allowing chops, Colossus potentially being the biggest live event of all time and a brawl caught on tape at Harrah’s New Orleans. In the Brains vs. AI challenge, the humans defeated the poker bot Claudico by 732k. In the second segment Doug Polk joins us to recap the challenge, the controversy of the university claiming a tie, stories from his time in Pittsburgh and plans for SCOOP. After we talk with Doug, Joe Tall joins us to talk about Full Tilt remissions and his love of Tom Brady. In the third segment the guys review some live, online, cash and tournament hands from Ross in “The Rossco Report” and Ross previews a new segment in which he recaps the action from the nosebleed stakes online. This week Isildur made a return to the highest stakes where he took on some of the greatest poker minds heads up, listen to find out how he did! Then Brian Slick joins us, Brian is the Tournament Director at Pokerstars and he comes on to give us the official rundown of SCOOP 2015 and a little insight into his previous job...driving a tank. Finally, we’ve got mail in the mailbag and listen a password and format to this week’s Pokercast Invitational. (Featured guests: Joe Tall, Douglas Polk)
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