PokerNews Podcast: Interview With Chase Bianchi
It’s a jam-packed episode of the PokerNews Podcast. Sarah Herring and Jeff Platt cover the top stories in the poker world.
They start with the Aussie Millions: Is the biggest Main Event down under a great sign for this year’s WSOP?
Poker pro Chase Bianchi joins the show to talk about the unregulated online poker environment in the United States.
Plus, drama! Sarah and Jeff debate the controversy that’s surrounded a couple of Daniel Negreanu’s recent tweets.
This week's sponsor: Natural 8!
Show Time Stamps
|0:20||Intro: A shoutout to everyone across the US fighting the severe cold weather|
|3:30||Sponsor: Natural 8!|
|6:20||Aussie Millions Main Event Sets Attendance Record|
|7:20||Toby Lewis Wins $50k Challenge|
|8:00||Before that, Lewis Chopped the $25k|
|10:00||Is the Aussie Millions turnout a good sign for the 2019 World Series of Poker?|
|12:20||We'll have a Facebook Live interview with World Series of Poker Tournament Director Jack Effel next week, stay tuned for details!|
|13:00||Update: Full Live Schedule Complete for 2019 WSOP|
|15:20||GIVEAWAY! GIVEAWAY! GIVEAWAY! Want a free seat to the CSOP event in Vegas on March 2? Listen for details.|
|18:40||Chase Bianchi joins the show!!|
|26:20||Background on unregulated poker environment Bianchi has called out here|
|29:20||Joey Ingram's Investigation into Underground Online Poker World|
|49:20||Kyle Cartwright Wins WSOPC Main in Tunica|
|50:20||Sarah and Jeff debate: Uproar Over Daniel Negreanu’s State of Poker Blog|
|51:30||Negreanu's Blog Post|
|1:04:20||Next week: Mark Herm! Plus, we'll have a Facebook Live interview with World Series of Poker Tournament Director Jack Effel, stay tuned for details!|
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