Why do you have to either go big or go small when launching a food product? What’s the most important thing you can do when you’re looking for a new retail location to expand to? Today’s guest will explain his thoughts on these topics and more. Listen to today’s episode of Matt Matros with Shopflix. You’ll learn what Shopflix does, what goes into a product launch, and how to know when it’s time to expand. Topics Discussed in Today’s Episode: ✔ Matt’s background ✔ What goes into getting a product launched ✔ What Shopflix does ✔ How Shopflix charges its customers ✔ The typical Shopflix customer ✔ How Matt knows when it’s time to expand ✔ Advice for entrepreneurs who want to go big ✔ Keys to a great in-location customer experience ✔ How to attract the best talent ✔ Technology that’s important for restaurants now and in a few years ✔ What’s important to customers walking into a brick and mortar location ✔ What got Matt started with Shopflix ✔ Audiences that work best for Matt’s technology ✔ What Shopflix has in the pipeline for this year ✔ Advice for small retailers and restaurants ✔ Where to find Shoplix shows Resources: Matt Matros QUOTES: “I’m a brick and mortarer through and through.” “We like to say we’re content with a click-to-buy.” “The Beatles became famous, but they didn’t go on the road until they became famous at home.”
Matt Matros is a professional poker player, coach, and author from Brooklyn, New York, who has won three World Series of Poker events. Matros holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Yale University and a Master of Fine Arts degree from Sarah Lawrence College. He is the author of the books, "The Game Plan" as well as "The Making Of A Poker Player: How An Ivy League Math Geek Learned To Play Championship Poker."
#76 Matt Matros: Author, 3 WSOP Bracelets, & $2.5 Mill+ in Tourney Winnings
Chasing Poker Greatness
Today my guest is 3-time WSOP bracelet winner, poker coach, and author of “The Game Plan” Matt Matros.Matt has racked up over $2.5 million in live tournament cashes over his almost 2 decade long career.Some highlights include:- The aforementioned triple WSOP bracelets in $1,500 6-max event, limit hold em, and mixed hold ‘em tourneys.- Finishing third at the WPT Championship for over $700k- And three more WSOP final tables.This conversation was a real joy for me. It brought back many fond memories of a time in my life when making a WPT final table was the end-all-be-all and it was a mortal sin to miss an episode of the World Poker Tour (Not only because it was exciting but also because it was one of the few real sources of high level poker strategy anyone had access to).You’ll hear stories about Matt’s good friend the late great Gavin Smith, the only time Matt forgot what hand he had in his entire poker career, and one pivotal AQ Matt wishes he had back.In our conversation you’ll also learn:- How Matt ended up at the $25k WPT Championship final table- A greatness bomb on how MTT players misunderstand ICM.- Why low expectations are a poker superpower.- And much, much more!Without any further ado, I bring to you 3-time WSOP bracelet winner Matt Matros.New CPG Cash Game Courses!Preflop Bootcamp: https://bit.ly/Preflop-BootcampFish in a Barrel: http://bit.ly/fish-in-a-barrelNeutralize Flop Leads: https://bit.ly/2OkN8Yt
Matt Matros a professional poker player and author from Brooklyn, New York, who has won three World Series of Poker events. Matt has a Bachelor of Science degree from Yale University and a Master of Fine Arts degree from Sarah Lawrence College. He is the author of the book “The Making Of A Poker Player: How An Ivy League Math Geek Learned To Play Championship Poker. You can watch the video at https://youtu.be/5zTnQJ3U4xs
Matt Matros is a professional poker player and writer whose works include both fiction and poker books. He and Andrew discuss poker, writing, and writing about poker. In the strategy segment, Andrew discusses floating a flop check-raise deep in a WSOP event.Timestamps0:30 Hello5:00 Strategy29:15 Matt Matros MATT MATROS Matt Matros has three WSOP bracelets and an MFA in creative writing. He is the author of The Making of a Poker Player and The Game Plan: How Casual Players Become Threats in No-Limit Hold ‘Em Tournaments. Twitter Link
Three-time WSOP bracelet winner Matt Matros talks to Jennifer Shahade on the GRID about Jack-deuce suited, in a high stakes heads-up hand where preparation did not meet luck. The hand is set at the NBC Heads-Up Championship in 2013, where Matt faced four-time WSOP Champ Brian Hastings. Despite the shallow structure, Matt studied rigorously for the opportunity, locking himself in his hotel room for days to work with a heads-up specialist. He explains to listeners what he learned from both his work, and the outcome. Matt and Jennifer talk about the philosophy behind Matt’s new book The Game Plan: How Casual Players Become Threats in NLHE tournaments. They also touch on his finalist entry into the PokerStars #MYChessPoker Game Challenge, and how poker compares to solving puzzles.Matt is also a fiction writer and voracious reader. Matt tells Jen how he became a major character in a book by the great American writer, Colson Whitehead, who wrote the best-selling Underground Railroad as well as the Noble Hustle, a comic take on the world of poker and his foray into the WSOP.Matt ends by estimating the odds Jen will finish the podcast, as they discuss another Quixotic project of hers, the ABC diet, a 26-day eating plan.Follow Matt Matros on twitter, his official website and browse his prodigious collection of cashes on hendon mob. You can find his new book, The Game Plan, on amazon.Now that Matt has discussed jack-deuce suited, 162 combos remain on the GRID. The post The Grid 007 ft. Matt Matros – Jack-deuce suited appeared first on The Poker Grid.
Matt Matros, CEO of Limitless Coffee, Talks What It Will Take to Create 100% of the World's Coffee
We heard from Matt Matros, founder of Protein Bar and Founder and CEO of Limitless coffee and tea, about what gets him out of bed every morning - his guiding force in setting and achieving goals. Listen to how Matt continues to push the boundaries of what's possible with Limitless, and how he's vowed to never become complacent in his quest to reach his goals on this episode of the podcast.
Take the "Aggro" Train w/ Matt Matros - Episode 73
Just Hands Poker
More Great Poker Content!Learn about our partners, Solve For Why!Sign up for Solve for Why TV and get 5% off anything in the store with coupon code Justhands2019! WSOP 2016 Main Event Stacks are 50,000. Blinds are 75-150Preflop HJ raises to 350, SB calls, Hero calls in BB with A3hhFlop (1050) Jd 9Thh SB checks, Hero bets 650, HJ raises to 1500, SB folds, Hero callsTurn (4050) Qh Hero bets 2600, Villain raises to 7500, Hero callsRiver (19,050) 5h Hero checks, Villain bets 15,000, Hero?
Haele and Maura talk business, risky business, before being joined by fiction writer, poker player and professional risk-taker, Matt Matros. And yeah, there is more crossover between those three things than you might have thought. Buckle up kiddos, Handful of Wheel is live!Links: Matt's Twitter: @Matt_Matros Matt's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Making-Poker-Player-Matt-Matros/dp/1843440237Facebook:www.facebook.com/HandfulofWheel/Patreon: www.patreon.com/HandfulofwheelTwitter:@handful_wheel Instagram:@handfulofwheel Tumblr: handfulofwheelpc.tumblr.com/Theme: brokeforfree.com/Feel Good - Broke For Free Music: 1. Acoustic 1 - Dave Depper 2. Podstrings - Podington Bear