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PokerNews Podcast 459: Bill Perkins Invites You to the Virgin Islands

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  • Bill Perkins joins Sarah Herring and Brent Harrington to talk Streamboat and more.

Sarah Herring returns from the PokerStars Championship in Barcelona and immediately gets busy recording the podcast. There is so much to talk about and so much to catch up on.

Sarah and Brent Harrington discuss the accusations of angle shooting aimed at Patrick Leonard and the hilarious winner of the PokerStars Championship, Sebastian Sorensson.

Then Bill Perkins joins the show to reveal his inspirations for the Streamboat. Perkins talks about some of his famous prop bets, including the one that started on the original Streamboat that will conclude in March of 2018.

Finally, Perkins reveals a little bit about where he came from and what inspired him to become the entrepreneur he is today.

SHOW TIMESTAMPS

4:00 - Angle shooting drama?

15:00 - PokerStars Championship Main Event Winner Sebastian Sorensson

23:00 - Ryan Riess Triple Crown?

25:00 - Bill Perkins on life

30:00 - Streamboat 2

33:00 - Friendship with Antonio Esfandiari and Jeff Gross

38:00 - Prop bets

49:00 - Perkins' backstory

1:03:00 - Throwback Hand of the Week via KevMath

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