RecPoker | Ep 262 – Ashley Adams

By Steve Fredlund
April 09, 2021

Ashley Adams has been playing poker since 1963 when he learned it, literally, at his grandfather’s knee. He has written more than 1,000 poker articles (Card Player Magazine, Poker Player Newspaper, pokernews.com and right here at Cardplayer Lifestyle) and written several books, including his latest, “Winning Poker in 30 Minutes a Day” (D&B Publishing, 2020). The book provides a step-by-step guide for break-even or losing no-limit hold’em players to transform to someone who can beat typical games. Since 2007, Ashley has hosted the longest running broadcast poker radio show in the world, House of Cards (www.houseofcardsradio.com). Ashley can be best reached at [email protected] or houseofcardsradio.com.

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Time Stamps

01:27Introduction to Ashley Adams 
03:54Introducing Ashley Adams to RecPoker nation 
12:09Ashley talks about his book 
15:03What does he mean about game selection for recreational player 
18:31Ashley telling the story of him wearing a vintage mask in a game
26:06Ashley bringing up his favorite stories from the most interesting place he have played 
32:40What does Ashley look for a table to sit at
34:41How to connect with Ashley
44:48John: Home Games update
50:08Chris: Content updates
51:05Rob: Book Study updates 



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Steve Fredlund

Steve Fredlund is the host of the RecPoker podcast and Rec.Poker website, both of which are committed to building a vibrant and encouraging poker learning community. Steve also works diligently to encourage people live their most fulfilling lives through coaching, speaking and writing; information about that is at stevefredlund.com.