Brent Hanks, Will O’Connor, and Remko Rinkema go through new content releases on PokerGO before being joined by the most consistent man in poker: Ari Engel. Recently Engel added another $315,000 score to his impressive poker resume, and he talks about his continued success and efforts to reach the top.
- 2:35 – On the podcast this week: running through the topics.
- 3:30 – The release of the 2015 Super High Roller Bowl Cash Game featuring Phil Ivey, Patrik Antonius, Doyle Brunson, Bobby Baldwin, Sam Trickett and many more stars of the game. Does it live up to the hype? Can these broadcasts compete with High Stakes Poker?
- 10:15 – Analyzing the success of Ari Engel, his work ethic, discipline and never-ending grind.
- 16:45 – The interview with Ari Engel.
- 21:25 – Ari Engel compares himself to Bryn Kenney. How do they differ? How far is Ari removed from playing in the Super High Rollers?
- 26:28 – In line with others on the podcast, Ari Engel gives himself a video-game style rating and dives into how he studies the game.
- 29:40 – A hot start in 2018 puts Ari Engel in 5th on the Player of the Year standings. Is he going to chase this crown? Why does he believe that he has no chance to win?
- 34:45 – Ari Engel chases the all-time record for most total tournament results, but why?
- 37:30 – What does Ari’s schedule in 2018 look like?
- 44:11 – Brent gives his thoughts on the ante big blind tournament changes, and why is it inevitable that this will be the norm worldwide?
- 51:30 – Why are we still talking about Annie Duke? We did, however, talk about Annie Duke on this podcast. Be warned.
- 59:30 – Run it Up Reno! Everyone’s favorite low-limit poker series with the emphasis on having fun gets discussed, but why aren’t there more series like this on the calendar?
- 1:06:30 – Short news, including EPT Sochi, 2017 Super High Roller Bowl on PokerGO, PokerStars New Jersey announcing its SCOOP schedule with two Platinum Passes up for grabs. The guys close out with a reference to an article written by Lance Bradley on Garry Gates, who was on site during the tragic shooting in Las Vegas. Click this link to read the entire piece.
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