On Friday, Feb. 27, the inaugural American Poker Awards took place at the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills. The event was the brainchild of Global Poker Index CEO Alex Dreyfus, and it was comprised of a conference and night of festivities, and the entire poker community agreed it was a tremendous success.
You can read about the award winners by clicking here, and now thanks to The Bernard Lee Poker Show, which was named the official radio show of the 2015 American Poker Conference and Awards, you can listen to all five discussion panels from the American Poker Conference.
"The 2015 American Poker Conference and Awards ceremony was a virtual who's who in the poker industry," said Lee. "It was an honor to participate on the nominating committee and the players' perspective panel. The awards ceremony was a celebration for the world of poker. After such a memorable day, I am excited that my listeners will be able to experience the thought provoking panels and joyous celebration of the awards ceremony."
The American Poker Awards were preceded by the American Poker Conference, which included a series of panel discussions over five seminars including Live Poker in a Digital Era led by Matthew Parvis; The Future of Poker — Live Poker Leaders led by John Caldwell; Live & Online Poker: Two Industries in Harmony led by Nolan Dalla; Online Poker Snapshot: The Current State of Online Poker in the U.S. led by Chris Grove; and Players' Perspective led by Eric Raskin.
The Bernard Lee Poker Show, which airs Tuesdays on www.RoundersRadio.com and is also available via podcast on iTunes, is now offering all of the episodes will be available at www.RoundersRadio.com/APC. Click the following links to listen to each discussion panel:
- Live Poker in the Digital Era
- The Future of Poker – Live Poker Leaders
- Live & Online Poker: Two Industries in Harmony
- Online Poker Snapshot: The Current State of Online Poker in the U.S.
- Players’ Perspective
- American Poker Awards show
"I am pleased that my radio show will allow my listeners the opportunity to listen to the panels and award show in its entirety," Lee told PokerNews. "Throughout the day there were so many memorable moments and discussions that I am glad my show can allow people to either live those moments or experience them for the first time. After such a memorable day at the American Poker Conference and Awards, I am already looking forward to next year's conference."