Tony and David review the 2016 W.S.O.P Main Event final table. What could each player have done differently? Is playing heads up more challenging than a full table? Tune in to find out this and much more! #JesterRadioNetwork
noodge. or nudge Informal. noun. A person who persistently pesters, annoys, or complains. verb. Tony & David discuss that one player at the table who using "Speech Play" to get under your skin and how to handle it. #JesterRadioNetwork
Tony & David sit down with special guest, Bob Jendras. Bob has been an underground player for over 15 years and has also played in the WSOP in Vegas. Hear about the time a game he was at got robbed, steps he takes to improve his game, his philosophy on poker and much much more!
Tony & David open season three with Nicholas Woolworth, author of "Gambling with Demons & Drinking with the Devil: An Unforgettable Journey Through the Eyes of a Fearless Mind". Once you pick this book up, you will not put it down until you're finished.
Tony & David do a season recap reflecting on each episode of season two. They talk about their favorite moments, how each episode helped improve their game, as well as some poker debates you do not want to miss!
Tony and David were able to get their hands on an official W.S.O.P. Media Guide thanks to Joe Giertuga, who writes for Ante UP Magazine! They discuss, analyze and debate all the facts, stats, top-ranked and never-heard-ofs.
Episode Deuce/Eight: This hand might have the dumbest nickname in all of poker: "Tadpole". You'll never guess why? Because, that's what the (are ya ready for it) Duck ate. I don't make this stuff up....
Tony and David get to sit down with Chris Prucnal, fresh off a WSOP event cash, placing 276th in the $1500 Monster Stack NLH Tourney (event #41). This was Chris' third time playing in the WSOP and has great stories, advice and some good dirt on a few celebs.
Are you too nice to play poker? Do winning poker players lack empathy for their opponents? Should card playing and kindness even go together? Tony and Dave debate the pros & cons of being "The Nice Guy" at the poker table.