This is an exclusive preview of Episode #11 of The Orbit, poker’s premier roundtable discussion show. This episode is themed around money in poker.
We give you the details on the topics you can expect to see discussed by our panel of Sean McCormack, Martin Jacobson, Remko Rinkema, and Chris Moneymaker.
Martin Jacobson started the November Nine Final Table in 2014 in 8th position, but was able to win the bracelet at $10 million first place prize. In this episode, he recalls the preparation put into that final table, including the support of his poker inner circle.
Martin also talks about his time as a chef on a Swedish battleship and his journey to become a poker superstar.
We all get a chuckle from hearing funny poker stories. At the 2020 888poker LIVE festival in Madrid, we asked a handful of the company’s ambassadors to share their funniest poker stories with us.
In this video, we hear from Vivian Saliba, Ana Marquez, 2014 WSOP Main Event Champion Martin Jacobson, Kara Scott, and David Tuchman.
When trying to rattle off the list of the best Swedish poker players, Viktor Blom and Martin Jacobson undoubtedly come to mind. What other Swedes ought to make the list though?
Ivan Potockin takes a look at some of the best to compile his handful of Swedish poker greats.
Martin Jacobson sits atop Sweden’s all-time money list by a wide margin. This is owed most directly to his landmark win at the 2014 WSOP Main Event for $10 million. Even so, he’s notched many millions more in career earnings.
This player profile examines how Jacobson has fared at the felt both pre- and post-title.
We’re honored to bring to you an exclusive video Q&A interview with Martin Jacobson, the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event Champion. Martin was gracious with his time, answering questions about representing Sweden, being a poker ambassador, doing poker interviews, home games, and more. A rare treat, we think you’ll enjoy this special interview with a very special poker champion.