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Sep 18 2021

PokerGO WSOP 2021 Streaming Schedule

PokerGo has announced the live-streaming schedule for the 2021 World Series of Poker. PokerGo is a top-of-the-line poker live streaming platform owned and operated by Eskandani. Eskandani is a renowned personality in the poker community, and he was a 2018 Poker Hall of Fame inductee. He is also known for his top-notch poker content...

Sep 11 2021

David Jackson Wins 2021 WSOP Online $777 No-Limit Hold’em Event

David Jackson is the latest poker player to win the prestigious WSOP bracelet after taking down the 2021 World Series of Poker Online $777 buy-in seven-max no-limit hold’em event. The event attracted a little over 2000 players and had a $1,486,634 prize pool. 314 players ended in the money with Jackson getting $194,178 for his first-place finish. Even though Jackson’s career earnings...

Jul 09 2021

Episode 358: Carlos Wins a Bracelet

Carlos Welch is the latest player to win a WSOP bracelet, thanks to a late- night victory in the "Crazy Eights" event on WSOP.com. Just hours after the victory, he shares his excitement and reflects on the path that led him ... Read more...

Jul 03 2021

WSOP 2021: What we know so far

Covid19 devastated the entire service industry and live poker was not spared either. However, since the infection rates have plummeted, most casinos have reopened their doors to patrons and it may not be long before everything returns to normal. On April 1, 2021, WSOP announced plans to hold the biggest poker event towards the last quarter of the year. The prestigious tournament is...

Jun 22 2021

Meet Tom Dwan: A high Stakes Pro

If Tom Dwan is not the best cash game player, I don’t know who is. For several years, thanks to his aggressive playing style, Dwan has dominated cash games, earning millions in the process. Background information Tom Dwan was born in 1986 in Edison, New Jersey. He attended Edison High School and was often involved in...

Charity Poker: Phil Hellmuth to feature in a charity poker tournament

Playing poker for charity has been a way for poker players to give back to the community. Usually, in major tournaments, there are select charity events where a...

Jun 21 2021

Episode 355: Ten Years of Carlos Welch

Carlos celebrates the ten-year anniversary of his first WSOP, reflecting on his career and fondly recalling his former fishiness. Timestamps 0:30 hello 82:24 strategy Strategy https://i.gyazo.com/75acf76781f2babe26dcfed653fbf1d0.mp4 Carlos Welch Carlos Welch is a “professional poker student” and long-time friend of the ... Read more...

Mar 04 2021

WSOP 2021: WSOP launches Sweepstakes Promo for VIP package

WSOP is arguably the biggest poker event each year. And every player aspires to win that coveted WSOP bracelet, not to mention humongous cash prizes on offer. Well, this year, a lucky player may even win more, the WSOP 2021 Promo. Unfortunately, worldwide shutdowns in 2020 due to Covid-19 made it impossible for WSOP to hold a live event....

Jan 18 2021

Huck Seed: Newest Poker Hall of Famer

Huck Seed is a reputable American professional poker player born on Jan 15, 1969. Seed spent most of his formative years in Corvallis, Montana. At a young age, his heart laid elsewhere, basketball. Thanks to his height and enviable basketball skills, he excelled on the court and managed to form Montana All- state and Caltech basketball teams. However, he took a hiatus from college...

Huck Seed: Newest Poker Hall of Famer

Huck Seed is a reputable American professional poker player born on Jan 15, 1969. Seed spent most of his formative years in Corvallis, Montana. At a young age, his heart laid elsewhere, basketball. Thanks to his height and enviable basketball skills, he excelled on the court and managed to form Montana All- state and Caltech basketball teams. However, he took a hiatus from college...

Sep 16 2020

Negreanu Loses $100K WSOP Bracelet Bet on the Last Event of the Series

WSOP bracelet bets are quite common among pros. Almost every World Series of Poker, some players will offer all sorts of bracelet bets at certain odds. If you think the odds are favorable, you take the bet and hope they don’t end up winning a bracelet (or several of them in case of some bets). Daniel Negreanu almost always has some side action...

Sep 02 2020

WSOP 2020: Breakdown of the First Online WSOP Thus Far

`When WSOP officials decided to move the Series to the virtual realm due to the whole pandemic situation, reactions from the poker public were mixed. Although a majority supported this decision, some were skeptical about the idea. Could you really break decades of tradition and do things differently without losing the spirit of the event? Doubts about the success of the first- ever online...

Aug 27 2020

[Updated] Online High Stakes Action Is Back at GGPoker

Those of us who have been fans of poker for a while still remember epic high stakes battles from the days of Full Tilt Poker. If you ever happened to be bored and there were no new episodes of any official poker TV shows, you could almost always find a few high stakes tables running at Full Tilt and enjoy the action as...

Aug 26 2020

Online High Stakes Action Is Back at GGPoker

Those of us who have been fans of poker for a while still remember epic high stakes battles from the days of Full Tilt Poker. If you ever happened to be bored and there were no new episodes of any official poker TV shows, you could almost always find a few high stakes tables running at Full Tilt and enjoy the action as...

Online High Stakes Action Is Back at GGPoker

Those of us who have been fans of poker for a while still remember epic high stakes battles from the days of Full Tilt Poker. If you ever happened to be bored and there were no new episodes of any official poker TV shows, you could almost always find a few high stakes tables running at Full Tilt and enjoy the action as...

Aug 14 2020

Top 5 Craziest Poker Stories You Need to Know About

The game of poker is full of funny, crazy, and sometimes even bizarre stories. Some of them have helped make poker what it is today (like that one about an unknown US accountant who went on to win the WSOP Main Event in 2003). Some others may not be as popular or as well-known but are just equally as interesting. I’m sure that...

Jun 23 2020

Episode 329: The Biggest Bluff with Maria Konnikova

Professional poker player and best-selling author Maria Konnikova returns to the show to discuss focus, multitasking, the progress of her career, and her new book The Biggest Bluff. Maria's first appearance on Episode 247 is one of our all-time favorite shows!We’ll be donating all June proceeds from The Nitcast Store to Give Directly. Get yourself a Weekend Warrior or Play...

Nov 11 2019

Episode 88 (Rebroadcast): Andrew vs Nate

Nov 11 2019 Published at Thinking Poker under tags  podcast poker poker strategy wsop

Andrew and Nate break down hands that were submitted from the audience. One is a cash game hand from an underground joint in New York, and the other comes from a tournament.Nate and Andrew also discuss a hand they played against one another at Red Rock after they both busted the World Series of Poker Main Event.Episode 87 with Mike Leah...

Oct 14 2019

Episode 86: WSOP Hands with Leo Wolpert

Travel back to 2014 with the Thinking Poker archives. Nate’s left Las Vegas, but Andrew and Leo Wolpert sit down during Day 6 of the Main Event to talk about their own deep runs in the WSOP as well as some key hands from their 2014 tournaments.Leo Wolpert was one of our first guests way back on Episode 10.Check out...

Sep 30 2019

Episode 308: Jacki Burkhart

Jacki Burkhart, mother, dental hygienist, and "serious recreational" poker player, joins Andrew to discuss her life, her career, and her attempts to keep a low profile while high rolling. In the strategy segment, the two review a hand Jacki played in a $2500 no-limit event.The new Weekend Warrior premium podcasts are available from The Nitcast Store.Timestamps0:30 - Hello &...

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