After having reviewed the fascinating poker book Cards, Ben Saxton takes it one step further and interviews the books author. Get set for a very interesting read to learn about the “story behind the story”. Maxwell calls Cards his “masterpiece”. Now we get to find out how the whole thing came about. You’ll enjoy this read!
On episode 244 of the Top Pair Home Game Poker Podcast, along with my co-host Bruce Briggs, I interviewed Gene Hull. Gene is a longtime poker enthusiast who has engaged in plenty of poker-related activities over the years including authoring a poker book called Poker Knows, inventing a unique product called the Poker Hoody, and becoming a well-regarded poker coach.
Poker fans will assuredly be in for a real treat once the Super High Roller events series airs on TV. The man responsible for producing these Poker Central events is none other than Mori Eskandani, of Poker PROductions. Having experience putting together shows like High Stakes poker for our viewing pleasure, Eskandani is a legend. He kindly agreed to an interview, which we’re positive you’ll want to read and listen to.
We’re honored to bring to you this exclusive audio interview with Chris Moneymaker, the 2003 World Series of Poker Main Event Champion. Chris graciously answered questions about being a poker ambassador for the Hollywood Poker Open, reminisced with us about some critical hands that took place during his run to the championship back in 2003, and more. We know you’ll enjoy this special interview with the poker champion who will forever be a household name associated with the poker boom.
On episode 235 of the Top Pair Home Game Poker Podcast, my co-host, Bruce Briggs, and I interviewed Reid Young, of the all-new training site PokerSprout.com. Reid tells us a bit about his poker background, what he loves so much about training others to play poker better, and all about his new PokerSprout.com training product. Have a listen (or read the summarized transcript) and enjoy!
On episode 233 of the Top Pair Home Game Poker Podcast, my co-host, Bruce Briggs, and I interviewed Robert Woolley, fondly known within the poker world as the Poker Grump. He produces boatloads of interesting poker articles, but the podcast interview was all about getting to know him a little better. We hope you enjoy!