LFG Podcast #26: Global Poker Awards, DNegs to Mid-Stakes & Guest Keith Heine
In the 26th episode of the LFG Podcast, Chad Holloway and Jamie Kerstetter talk about the Global Poker Awards and Daniel Negreanu's plan to play smaller buy-in tournaments at this year's World Series of Poker. They also welcome guest Keith Heine to the show.
Get to know Keith Heine...
- Born July 30, 1981
- Married to wife Kim since October 8, 2005
- Hails from Missouri
- $413K in lifetime earnings
- MSPT Season 7 Meskwaki champ
- Father of five boys
- Recently finished runner-up in the HPT St. Louis for $91,735
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Show Time Stamps
|00:32||Welcome to the show|
|00:42||How’d we do at the Global Poker Awards”|
|02:50||Debating some of the awards|
|06:10||Sarah Herring wins Poker Journalist of the Year|
|09:20||Teasing guest Keith Heine|
|10:50||Debate – Daniel Negreanu’s plan to play smaller buy-ins at WSOP|
|17:07||Negreanu upcoming nuptials with Amanda Leatherman|
|19:10||“Feel the Burns” Segment|
|21:47||The Disciples of Matt Savage|
|22:45||Seminole Hard Rock Poker Ad|
|23:56||Guest Keith Heine joins the show|
|41:45||One-Two Punch with Jamie & Chad|
|49:08||VerStandig Law Firm Ad|
|51:00||Dan Bekavac, who has 11 kids, won the MSPT Milwaukee Poker Open|
|52:12||Bicycle Casino Mega Millions XX recap|
|53:28||Highlight from early stages of Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown|
|54:40||Borgata Spring Poker Open gets underway|
|55:37||Mo Nuwwarah wins WSOPC Horseshoe Council Bluffs Casino Championship|
|59:45||PokerNews Family of Podcasts Ad|
|1:01:22||Run It Up Reno VIII preview|
|1:02:12||Teasing upcoming guest Craig Welko|
|1:03:38||Establishing the mid-major “Quintuple Crown”|
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