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Podcast

  • Strategy with Kristy: Jason Lavallee Discusses a Queen-High Call

    The latest guest on the Strategy with Kristy podcast is Canadian poker pro Jason Lavallee, a successful tournament and cash-game player both live an online. He recently won the PokerStars European Poker Tour London High Roller event for £357,700. During the final table, he played an interesting hand which resulted in him calling a river bet with queen high. Lavallee shares his thought process.

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  • PokerNews Podcast Episode #187: The Tuesday Two

    The crew is back after an exciting night of poker in the Penn & Teller Theatre to break down the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event final table and preview heads-up play.

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  • PokerNews Podcast Episode #186: 2013 November Nine

    The crew has reunited in Las Vegas, Nevada for the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event. In this episode they look at all nine members of the final table and give their predictions.

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  • PokerNews Podcast Episode #186: 2013 November Nine

    The crew has reunited in Las Vegas, Nevada for the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event. In this episode they look at all nine members of the final table and give their predictions.

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  • Strategy With Kristy: Nikolai Yakovenko Discusses Pineapple Open-Face Chinese Poker

    On this week's episode of Strategy with Kristy, host Kristy Arnett talks to poker player and app creator Nikolai Yakovenko about Pineapple Open-Face Chinese Poker. Pineapple is a variation of Open Face Chinese Poker. The first five cards are dealt and placed just as in regular OFC, but in subsequent draws, players get dealt three cards instead of just one. In turn, each player places two of the three cards in any of his or her available rows before discarding the third one face down.

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