Chase Bianchi has played and won on several major tours around the world, most recently finishing 9th in the 2021 WSOP Main Event for one million dollars – a year after retiring from the game as a full-time player! We talk about his start in poker, what it has been like to ascend and retire, his religious faith, and some of his favourite poker rooms to visit.
Chase is active on Twitter as @chase_bianchi
We also go over this week’s home game results, check out the home games at www.recpoker/homegame
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|Welcome & Introduction
|Introduction to Chase Bianchi
|Chase explains how he became interested in poker
|Chase’s path to becoming a serious poker player
|How working as a dealer affected Chase’s playing ability
|John: At what point in time did it (poker) become your main way of making money?
|What it looks like to be more thoughtful with your bankroll
|What prompted Chase to level up his skills
|Did Chase have people to study with?
|Did Chase feel any tension with his faith community about gambling?
|Mistake strategy for recreational players
|John: Home Game Result updates