The Bernard Lee Poker Show interviews three-time WPT champion and two-time WSOP bracelet winner, Anthony Zinno, who describes his experiences during the 2020 Shooting Star Bay 101 Main Event, which ended in a 10-way chop with Zinno finishing in 8th place.
In this episode of The Bernard Lee Poker Show, Bernard interviews three-time Female GPI Player of the Year (POY) and two-time WSOP bracelet winner, Kristen Bicknell.
Kristen describes the details of the 2020 Shooting Star Bay 101 Main Event, in which she finished in 2nd place after a 10-way ICM chop.
Kristen also discusses her career online and live including the current Poker Masters being held online on partypoker and also recently being named Female GPI Player of the Year (POY) at the 2020 GPI Global Poker Awards for the third consecutive time.
In this crazy time in history, each of the panelists are being affected in different ways. The crew does a check-in on how they are getting along during the coronavirus.
The strategy portion is centered on a hand Chris Jones played recently online. Opening from the hijack and facing a 3-bet from the small blind, followed by an A-high flop. Great discussions on what is optimal pre-flop and post-flop, especially with focus on stack sizes, tournament situation, bet sizing, and player type.
In this episode of The Bernard Lee Poker Show, Bernard interviews WPT Executive Tour Director Matt Savage, who ran three consecutive WPT Main Events during the early part of 2020. The final Main Event was 2020 Shooting Star Bay 101, which ended in an ICM chop due to COVID-19.
Matt describes not only the details of the Bay 101 Main Event, but the weeks leading up to it. Matt also discussed the beginning of his career up to winning the GPI Global Award for year’s Best Tournament Director.
In this episode of The Bernard Lee Poker Show, Bernard interviews professional poker player Alec Torelli, who currently lives in Northern Italy, only 24 miles away from where Italy’s Patient One was diagnosed. Alec discusses his experience amidst COVID-19 in Italy, which has been hit hard by the global pandemic.
On the latest episode of the Bernard Lee Poker Show, Bernard Lee interviews Craig Varnell, first place finisher in the 2020 Shooting Star Bay 101 Main Event. The event was stopped due to Coronavirus concerns, and Craig was declared the winner, as he was the chip leader at the time.