An interview with Indy Mellink, of Holland, who developed a gender-neutral deck of cards featuring gold, silver, and bronze rather than the king, queen, and jack.
On the cusp of launching Pokercode, a first-of-its kind poker training community, Fedor Holz joins us for an interview. Beyond telling us all about the new product, he shares what fuels him now that he’s reached the pinnacle of poker.
Some inspiring answers from a 20-something who on the one hand has already accomplished so much, but on the other hand has big dreams left to fulfill with his whole life still ahead of him.
Stoyan Madanzhiev just took down the richest ever prize in the history of online poker, with a win in the 2020 WSOP Online Summer Series Main Event.
In this interview, we get to know the Bulgarian poker champion a little bit better.
In this exclusive interview with Baard Dahl, Head of PokerStars’ Game Integrity Department, we discuss the nature of his team’s investigations against bots and collusion.
Baard also tells us about his professional background, shares his thoughts about the continuous progress in artificial intelligence, and reveals some fascinating insights about how his team works to ensure the security of online poker gameplay.
Bruce and Robbie welcome Chad McVean to the show to discuss his home game history, what he loves so much about poker podcasts, and all things poker.
Our sound engineer, Jeff, also joins us to report on what’s happening in the poker scene in Las Vegas, as well as the city vibe in general.
Finally, Ben Ludlow ends off the show with some hot takes on the WSOP giving out bracelets for online events.
Bruce and Robbie welcome James “Splitsuit” Sweeney to the show to discuss his personal poker story and the great poker training products available at Red Chip Poker.
Robbie and a longtime listener also share their experiences returning to the home game felt.
Finally, Ben Ludlow ends off with a hilarious list of the top 10 things he misses about the first week of the WSOP.