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Poker player, coach, and podcast host Brad Wilson joins Carlos and Andrew to discuss spades, poker soft skills, analyzing data, and what it means to chase poker greatness. Andrew was on Episode 68 and Episode 157 of Chasing Poker Greatness. Carlos was on Episode 50, Episode 80, Episode 143, and Episode 170. Now through January 17, take 30% off Rang…
 
Data analyst Michael Lukich joins Carlos and Andrew to talk about taking a data analysis approach to solvers and game theory. His website is lukich.io and his Solver School launches in January. Access courses from Michael, Andrew, and many others using this affiliate link for Solve For Why. You’ll find our strategy books, videos, and podcasts at ww…
 
Carlos and Andrew go all in on strategy, discussing how to adapt to new rules and variants (like the new GG Poker final table rules) and how to play from the small blind versus limpers. Our earlier episode, recorded live in Cherokee NC, was Episode 314. You can get lots of great strategy books, videos, and podcasts from us at www.nitcast.com (gift …
 
It’s the end of an era, as Nate Meyvis steps down as co-host and Carlos Welch takes up the mantle. Our fullest accounting of the show’s beginning and early days is on Episode 100 (which Carlos also co-hosted!). Carlos’s first appearance was on Episode 39. Support the show and get daily strategy segments at www.patreon.com/thinkingpokerdaily. Everyt…
 
Magician Shawn Farquhar and filmmaker Jon Ornoy join Carlos and Andrew to discuss their forthcoming documentary. Lost in the Shuffle is a film about the history of playing cards and the magicians who employ them. You can support the kickstarter and watch an interview with blind card mechanic Richard Turner. Everything at www.nitcast.com is 15% off …
 
Irish poker pro and long-time friend of the show Dara O’Kearney joins Andrew to discuss his new book, Endgame Poker Strategy. The interview is packed with strategy discussion of final table play, ICM, and related concepts, plus a little James Joyce at the end. Andrew also has a new book out: Essential Poker Concepts. You can support the podcast and…
 
Poker room manager Chris Pavelchik joins Andrew to discuss the logistics of opening a new poker room: hiring, training, marketing, and much more. In the strategy segment, Andrew talks about adapting to high-rake underground games (or really any loose-passive game). Chris is hiring! https://www.caesars.com/indiana-grand/careers Support the podcast a…
 
Kathy Liebert, a true legend of the game, shares tales from the pre-Boom tournament circuit (including her stint as a prop player). She and Andrew compare notes on how an old-school pro can best make use of game theory and cutting-edge software. Links Thinking Poker Daily Napoleon Hill Dale Carnegie Stephen Covey Kathy Liebert Kathy Liebert has bee…
 
Brazilian pro Guilherme “guix2x” Brasiliero joins Andrew to discuss the Brazilian poker scene, staking stables, the contemporary poker software landscape, and much more. Links Thinking Poker Daily The Daily Stoic Rich Dad, Poor Dad Relentless Guilherme Brasileiro Guilherme “guix2x” Brasileiro is a professional poker player from Brazil and a coach f…
 
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 here. Carlos first appeared on the show eight years ago, on Episode 39. It remains one of my all-time favorite interviews. Use …
 
Santiago has been working in the poker media from Argentina since 2009. He writes frequent articles and book reviews for Poker Logia and has provided live coverage of the WSOP Main Event in 2015 and 2019. He is the co-author of Cuentos y Relatos de Poker, the first book of poker short stories in Spanish. Support the podcast and unlock daily strateg…
 
Professional poker player and former Magic: the Gathering World Champion Uri Peleg talks about game theory, exploitative play, making sense of solvers, frequency mistakes vs fundamental mistakes, showdown vs non-showdown winnings (i.e. red line vs blue line), and more. You can find Uri’s strategy videos on Guerrilla Poker and YouTube. Thanks to Joh…
 
Carlos celebrates the ten-year anniversary of his first WSOP, reflecting on his career and fondly recalling his former fishiness. Links Use discount code “Carlos” to get 25% off Exploiting Small Stakes Tournaments, in which Carlos teaches Andrew his best tricks for winning the most from weak opponents. How To Obliterate Passive Tournaments is Carlo…
 
Nate Meyvis, in classic Nate Meyvis fashion, offers an extended reflection on what he learned from the various games with which he’s been obsessed over the course of his life, most notably Bridge, Quiz Bowl, Poker, and Hearthstone. To learn more about Nate’s software engineering services, visit www.natemeyvis.com or www.blackhound.io. You can suppo…
 
In this all-strategy episode, Nate and Andrew discuss ICM and Risk Premium in non-hold ’em games, then Andrew talks about bluffing, bluff-catching, and tiny continuation bets. Episode 115: Ben Yu Support the podcast and get daily strategy segments at www.patreon.com/thinkingpokerdaily. Strategy #1 https://www.cardschat.com/replayer/324Qgb1Ww Strate…
 
Byron Jacobs is the B in D&B Poker, publishers of Modern Poker Theory and Why Alex Beats Bobbie at Poker among many other books. He and Andrew discuss the past, present, and future of poker publishing, the Rio convention center hallway, and much more. In the strategy segment, Andrew approves of folding a set in a three-bet pot. Timestamps 0:30 hell…
 
Comedian, poker player, and long-time friend of the show Clayton Fletcher talks to Andrew about creativity, freedom of expression, political correctness, and so-called cancel culture. This is an extremely low-poker-content episode. Rather, it’s a conversation between two friends who don’t see eye to eye on this issues, with an emphasis on understan…
 
Keith Dunlap is a poet, novelist, and memoirist took up poker after a cancer diagnosis whose chemotherapy treatment required him to quarantine before it was cool. We talk about why poker interests him, why he thinks it’s good for people, and how coming to terms with his diagnosis has helped him cope with poker’s frustrations. In the strategy segmen…
 
Dr. Konstantinos “Duncan” Palamourdas joins Nate and Andrew for a marathon conversation about playing poker, teaching poker, learning poker, and learning from poker. Links Why Alex Beats Bobbie at Poker Reciprocality by Tommy Angelo The Money-Making Mindset Brian Greene Black Swan by Nassim Taleb Slay the Spire DUNCAN PALAMOURDAS Dr. Konstantinos P…
 
In this solo episode, Andrew discusses multiway pots, bluff-catching, tells, and “going with your gut.” Become a Patreon patron to unlock daily episodes of pure Thinking Poker strategy. Zach Elwood’s books and videos on tells Strategy We are playing 2/5 NL at Texas Card House in Dallas. I have just recently moved up in stakes, taking a shot at the …
 
Comedian, poker player, and long-time friend of the show Clayton Fletcher talks to Andrew about social media, missing the WSOP, online poker vs online comedy during the pandemic. Our first interview with Clayton was Episode 74. We discussed his 96th place finish in the 2015 Main Event on Episode 145. In 2017, we talked about how he prepares for the…
 
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