This week Jim Reid and the panel interview James “SplitSuit” Sweeney about the RecPoker Theme of the Month: playing against limpers. James is a prolific member of the poker community, from his youtube channel to his Red Chip Poker site and podcast, to his books and apps – he’s even done voiceover work for PokerTracker! Listen in as we learn about playing against limpers from this phenomenal player and coach. The gang also goes over some changes to the Home Game club and some new special tournaments coming over the holidays and into 2023.
Plus we give away a free prize at the end for folks in the YouTube chat. Join us on YouTube next Monday at 7:30 ET for free to ask our guests questions in real-time, and you can win too!
James is active on Twitter as @splitsuit and you can check out is work at these links:
We also go over this week’s home game results and discuss these topics:
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|Welcome & Introduction
|Introduction to James “Splitsuit” Sweeney
|James defines his role in the world of poker
|James shares his poker story and journey
|A weekly rest day helps to balance work and productivity
|Responding to email and being available all the time
|James on being the voice of Poker Tracker
|How James consolidates players in the Holdem Hand Range Visualizer
|James’s approach to playing against limpers
|How important is it to build a pot early?
|When to stop raising over limpers
|The importance of balance when playing with limpers
|John: Home Game Result updates