This week Jim Reid and the RecPoker RECing Crew interview Max Havlish and Wesley Cannon from the Suited Kings Poker podcast! To start, Max shares some details about his own poker journey, and why he and Wes are good friends and partners. If you want to learn more about Wes’s poker story, check out episode 469 from earlier this year.
The group discusses cash vs. tournament play, competing with respect, when being ‘balanced’ matters most, and good hands to limp or call with. We also learn ways pros can tell if you are less experienced, about staking, swapping, selling action – and a lot more! Plus we play Stake/Study Stack with Matt Hamilton, Kou Vang and Robbie WazWaz, we Close The Action with Wes and Max, and give away a free prize at the end for folks in the YouTube chat. Join us LIVE on YouTube next Monday at 7:30 ET for free to ask our guests questions in real-time, and you can win too!
We also go over this week’s home game results and discuss these topics:
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|Max describes his role in the poker world
|Deciding to start a podcast
|Being competitors but also helping each other to get better
|Max: Rule No. 1: Never stop studying
|Getting a bit more experienced: cash vs. tournament
|Maintaining or budgeting the ability to focus
|Actions that tell someone they are a less-experienced player
|How important is balancing hands in a certain spot?
|Max and Wes’ opinions on staking, swapping, and selling action
|Max & Wes play the game Stake, Study, or Stack
|John: Home Game Result updates