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  • Thinking Poker Podcast Episode #91: Brian Rast

    Andrew and Nate return to break down a hand sent in by a listener and talk a bit more about Episode #100. They are then joined by Brian Rast, who discusses his greatest poker accomplishments, how he discovered Macau, teaching his son about poker, and much more. 

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  • PokerNews Podcast Episode #244: Bad News Bureaucracy

    The crew discusses the issue with political bureaucracy and online poker in the United States, and talks with MSPT founder Bryan Mileski about the growth of the Mid-States Poker Tour. 

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  • Thinking Poker Podcast Episode #90: Tony Dunst

    Tony “Bond18″ Dunst, host of the World Poker Tour’s Raw Deal, joins the Thinking Poker Podcast to talk about wearing suits, interacting with fans, and treating poker like a job. 

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  • PokerNews GPI Update #21: The Return

    After a long hiatus, the PokerNews GPI Update returns to talk about the new leader in the Player of the Year race, a familiar face on top of the GPI 300, and a Mizrachi record that may be broken. 

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  • PokerNews Podcast Episode #243: We’re Back!

    After a bit of a post-World Series of Poker hiatus, the PokerNews Podcast is back! Originally, this episode featured our good friend Jason Somerville, but the initial recording got caught in a time warp and was sent to another century. Rich and Donnie do their best to pick up the slack, reviewing what they discussed with Jason and Chad Holloway on the Lost Episode and discussing the biggest news items on the docket, including the Seminole Hard Rock’s new partner and the arrests of Paul Phua and Richard Yong. 

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