Paul survives another trip to the PCA and breaks down the biggest stories from the event. Daniel Negreanu joins the podcast to discuss various topics. New Jersey gaming reports for December arrive. Download
Barry Greenstein tells a cautionary tale as he describes in great detail the mistake he made in the PCA Main Event that ruined his chances of making a run at it.
Leonard Geylikman is the man in charge of the PokerStars bank, which facilitates bank wires and transfers for players each year at the PCA.
Daniel Negreanu rebuts the game integrity rationale for certain rules and argues that it has driven certain high stakes amateurs to play private games instead.
The hottest variant of Open Face Chinese poker is currently Pineapple, but Barry Greenstein is not a fan. He would like to see PokerStars offer play money OFC.
Daniel Negreanu is concerned about the direction poker is heading with strict rules alienating amateur players and sucking the fun out of the game.
Jennifer Tilly is no stranger to the home game scene in Hollywood, where players don’t handle cash or casino chips. She also writes a column for BLUFF Magazine.
Heads up specialist Olivier Busquet describes how the high stakes landscape has changed since Black Friday and how action is generated.
We caught up with Jennifer Shahade again on break of the 2014 PCA Main Event, where she is seated directly next to Vanessa Selbst.
Maybe he should have written his name on them.
Barry Greenstein explains why players such as Vanessa Selbst and Jason Mercier are so dangerous with a large stack, and dismisses the importance of making big laydowns in tournaments.
BLUFF contributor Jennifer Tilly is recovering from a rough ride at the PCA by hopping right back into action.
High stakes heads up SNG specialist Olivier Busquet has ventured out to the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure in search of a big score. He still finds time to put in volume online and enjoy his personal life.
On the bubble of the PCA Super High Roller, Mike McDonald seemed unsure of what to do with a 1BB stack when facing a 4-ante all in and players behind. After a few days to reflect, he offers analysis.