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PokerNews Podcast 479: GPI Player of the Year Adrian Mateos Diaz

  • Adrian Mateos, the GPI Player of the Year, talks about his career goals and how he started in poker.

On this week's episode, Sarah and Brent talk about the Aussie Millions and the US Poker Open. They also discuss whether the GPI Female Player of the Year Award is good or bad for women. Then Sarah heads off to London and Brent chats with the GPI Player of the Year Adrian Mateos Diaz.

Show Time Stamps

0:53Adrian Mateos Diaz Interview Preview
1:25Sarah and Brent are hitting the road. Sarah's off to London and Brent is going to Wisconsin.
2:30Toby Lewis wins the largest Aussie Millions Main Event.
5:20Michael Lim wins $100k Challenge.
9:50'Amarillo' Kim Yuhl has some thoughts about Doug Polk's latest tweet. Sarah and Brent throw in their opinions as well.
17:27US Poker Open Updates.
19:22Interview with Adrian Mateos Diaz.
19:56Was the GPI Player of the Year Award a goal when he started playing poker?
20:30What is a typical year for a traveling tournament grinder?
22:30Poker goals? Winning all the money.
25:20Cash Games or Tournaments?
30:20Playing online when at home.
31:15How Adrian got his start in poker. What did he do to learn as much as he could?
35:10Easier today to improve your poker game. Copying the best players.
36:08Where and how did Adrian start his poker career?
38:07Adrian's Twitter and Instagram.
39:35Adrian Mateos or Adrian Mateos Diaz?
40:26Outro - Jonathan Little will be our guest next week.
41:00Thanks to our editor Robert Moreno.

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