Bruce and Robbie have a great conversation with RecPoker owners Steve Fredlund and Jim Reid about the importance of community in poker as well as breaking down the numerous varied activities and initiatives of their organization.
Rec.Poker has relaunched with an amazing new website. On this episode, the crew discusses the website with a focus on how it is just a tool to create a vibrant and encouraging poker learning community.
We love poker; and we love playing and learning in the context of relationship… and now, finally, we have the tool to help us do that effectively.
For many recreational players, the idea of playing online seems appealing, especially in our current world of social distancing and self-quarantine. But where do we start? What are the risks? Is it even legal? What should we be playing? What site should I use? Is my money safe?
The RecPoker panel of Steve Fredlund, Jim Reid, Chris Jones, Rob Washam, and John Somsky discuss these questions and more, highlighting John’s extensive knowledge and involvement with online poker and the personal experience playing online with the panel.
Brad Wilson is a poker player, coach, and host of the Chasing Poker Greatness podcast. We enjoyed a wonderful conversation with Brad including talking strategy and reviewing a specific hand.
Plus, RecPoker has launched daily tournaments on PokerStars – the “Social Distance Series” – to help stay connected and sharp on the felt.
This two-part episode includes an interview with Bernard Lee, host of the Bernard Lee Poker Show and fellow member of the Cardplayer Lifestyle Family of Podcasts along with RecPoker and the Top Pair Home Game Podcast. Following that interview is a hand history breakdown using a hand played by Kou Vang in the World Series of Poker Main Event.
The crew reflects on RecPoker Day at Running Aces on February 29, 2019, including picking Rob’s brain on his two deep runs that day. We include a sample of interviews conducted on RecPoker Day as well as the expansion of RecPoker through new programs and our first official ambassador, Josh Schwartz in Colorado.We also look at a and history from Shayan Bhattacharyya where the panel all have some different perspectives on the approach to the hand.