On Episode #262 of the RecPoker Podcast, the crew speaks with renowned author and longtime poker player Ashley Adams. Ashley has been playing poker since 1963 when he learned it, literally, at his grandfather’s knee, and has hosted the House of Cards podcast since 2007 as well as written more than 1,000 poker articles as well as several books, including his latest, “Winning Poker in 30 Minutes a Day” (D&B Publishing, 2020).
RecPoker’s Membership Content Director Chris Jones was our guest this week.
Jim Reid and John Somsky discussed with him the recent monthly rec.poker seminar which was all about post-flop betting lines, and how we can combine our knowledge of ranges and board textures to really put our opponents in some tough spots!
On this episode of the RecPoker podcast, the crew is joined by Elliot Roe, mental game coach to some of poker’s biggest names.
Elliot shares how he helps poker players and his other clients, including actors, Olympians, and more, develop a winning mindset.
Tommy Angelo is a poker player, coach, and the author of several books including Painless Poker, Elements of Poker, and Waiting for Straighters.
On this episode of the RecPoker Podcast, Tommy joins the panel to discuss his latest ventures in the poker world, doing commentary, how the pandemic has changed his life, and much more.
The Rec Poker crew welcome Jonathan Little, the founder of Pokercoaching.com, for a conversation about how relevant GTO (Game Theory Optimal) play is for recreational poker players, and much more!
Poker legend Maria Ho joins RecPoker to talk about her worlds of playing poker, commentating poker, and doing reality TV.
Maria also shares a bit about growing up in a conservative Chinese family and how that impacted college and how she approached getting into poker.