PODCASTS

RecPoker | Episode 331 – Chad McVean

By Steve Fredlund
December 01, 2021

When it comes to poker podcasts, Chad McVean is all about that #podlife! Known as the king of poker podcast twitter, Chad @Veaner85 shares with the panel how he developed his love for the game, what it’s like to listen to and share over 50 poker podcasts every week, the virtues of mixed games, and some exciting details about playing in private games in and around Toronto over the years. Listen along, or head to YouTube to watch the video!

We also go over this week’s home game results and discuss these topics:
It takes a village: http://www.rec.poker/support
home games coming up http://www.rec.poker/homegame

RecPoker is a vibrant and encouraging poker learning community. We are committed to learning the game, but our priority is building healthy relationships where we can not only grow in the game, but grow in our enjoyment of life. The membership website at rec. poker is awesome, but it’s just a tool to help us build that community. You can join for FREE, giving you access to the groups, forums, and other member benefits. If you want to enjoy the premium content, or become part of the RECing Crew, those options are available, and you can get $10 off your first payment using the code RECPOKER.

Time Stamps

00:08Welcome & Introduction
01:43Introduction to Chad McVean 
02:15How Chad ascended to such greatness in the world of poker
06:08How many different podcasts does Chad listen to?
07:18Chad’s top 3 poker podcasts
20:24Chad shares how he absorbs all of the information from podcasts
22:24Chad’s poker story and where it all started
36:15Does Chad have any experience playing underground games in Canada?
42:25Chad’s best and worse private game experiences 
54:35John: Home Game Result updates 
01:01:40Rob: Book Study updates 
01:06:02Chris: Seminars update

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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.