PokerNews Podcast 471: LFG with Jamie Kerstetter and Chad Holloway
On this week's episode of the PokerNews Podcast, Sarah Herring and Brent Harrington talk about poker streaming and more of the latest from the week in poker. They also introduce the hosts of the newest PokerNews podcasts. Coming soon, the LFG Podcast with hosts Chad Holloway and Jamie Kerstetter.
The LFG Podcast is the newest addition to the PokerNews family of podcasts. The bi-weekly show is geared for mid-stakes grinders, specifically, those who either play stakes ranging from $1-$2 up to $5-$10 or on tours as the World Series of Poker Circuit, MSPT, HPT, RunGood Poker Series, WPTDeepstacks, etc.
Jamie Kerstetter, an animal lover and former attorney, is a mid-stakes poker pro with more than $660K in tournament winnings. She’s a RunGood Poker Series Pro and prolific tweeter at @JamieKerstetter. Her co-host, Chad Holloway, worked for PokerNews from 2010-2016 but now serves as Media Director for the MSPT. In 2013, he topped a field of 898 players to win a gold bracelet in the WSOP Employee’s Event. He can be found on Twitter @ChadAHolloway.
Top Pair is hosted by Bruce Briggs and Robbie Strazynski. They have everything you'd ever want if you're looking to start, or just upgrade your home game experience. They're already 297 episodes old, and will now be a part of the PNPOD going forward. Here's some more information.
*The first 296 episodes are archived and available at toppair.net
Show Time Stamps
|1:53||Negative Feedback and some clarification|
|7:50||New Additions to the PNPOD Family of Podcasts|
|8:45||Twitch Charity Invitational Results and more on Twitch Poker|
|12:00||Doug Polk and Matt Berkey Beef? The logistics of producing poker live streams|
|21:33||Sam Greenwood runs really, really, really, ridiculously good|
|26:00||Interview segment with the hosts of Top Pair and LFG, two new PokerNews Podcasts|
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