In this episode of The Bernard Lee Poker Show on the Cardplayer Lifestyle Podcast Family, Bernard Lee conducts his annual Question and Answer (Q&A) show where he answers numerous questions that have been submitted to him by his loyal listeners throughout the last couple of years (as the show didn’t have one last year due to COVID 19 pandemic).

During the show, Bernard discusses topics that range from his radio show, his latest book, Poker Satellite Success, WSOP advice, hosting mixed games in New Hampshire, online poker, and future plans.

0:00 Welcome to The Bernard Lee Poker Show as this week will be the show’s annual Q&A show (Note: the show didn’t have one last year due to COVID 19 pandemic).
0:10 Bernard talks about the 2021 U.S. Poker Open, including David Peters winning two events.
2:11 The RunGood Poker Series started again at the Jamul Casino in San Diego. The Main Event was captured by Armando Mesina.
3:32
Chance Kornuth captured the $1600 MSPT Venetian Main Event for $412,086, which had 2,011 entries over three days.
5:44 Triton Poker Tables Ad
6:41 Bernard begins his annual Q&A show where listeners sent question via Twitter (@BernardLeePoker) or email (BernardLeePoker@hotmail.com or Facebook.
7:32 Bernard discusses who were the most memorable guests on the radio show.
12:30 Bernard was asked about the One Step Closer Foundation (@1scf or www.1scf.org) and the poker tournament that we hold to help raise money for the charity.
17:46 Bernard talks about his latest book, Poker Satellite Success.
31:07 RunGood Gear Ad
31:50 Share My Pair Ad
32:23 Bernard continues his annual Q&A show.
33:01 Bernard gives advice on going out to the WSOP for the first time.
36:27 Bernard talks about the mixed game he hosts at Boston Billiards Club & Casino in Nashua, NH.
42:10 Bernard gives his prediction of the U.S. online landscape and future.
44:14 Bernard discusses his future plans for the remainder of 2021.
47:10 Bernard talks about people who he would like to have interviewed.
49:48 Bernard discusses his Metrowest Daily News Column.

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