021: WSOP Main Champ Martin Jacobson on Float Tanks, Ice Baths, Infrared Saunas and Optimizing Performance
Martin Jacobson is a Swedish professional poker player, originally from Stockholm, Sweden, but currently residing in London, England. In 2014, he won the World Series of Poker Main Event fo $10,000,000, the fifth largest single payout in poker tournament history. Prior to his poker career, Martin studied to be a chef. His first live cash came in 2008 when he won 3rd place at the European Poker Tour even in Hungary. In season 7 of the European Poker Tour, he made 3 final tables, including 2 runner-up finishes in Vilamoura and Deauville. He also finished runner-up at the World Poker Tour event in Venice in 2009. Prior to the Main Event in 2014, his largest tournament cash came from a 6th place finish at the Big One for One Drop High Rollers event at the 2013 WSOP, earning $807,000. He has 16 career WSOP cashes, including 5 final tables. As of 2015, his total live tournament winnings exceed $15,000,000. His 18 WSOP cashes account for $11,234,390 of those winnings. Martin is a member of Raising for Effective Giving, an Effective altruism organization of poker players who pledge to donate at least 2% of their gross tournament winnings and at least 3% of their profit from cash games every quarter to charities. In 2015, Martin Jacobson was named Player of the Year by the Swedish publication ‘Poker.se’. This title has previously been awarded to other high profile professional players such as Viktor Blom, Chris Bjorin and Robin Ylitalo. Key Takeaways Martin’s take on the importance of customer service in a business. Martin’s most tilting and dream come true customer service experience. Is customer service trainable and how much would Martin pay for the best staff ever? Martin’s experience with coaching. How did Martin start poker? What happened in Martin’s 3rd hand at the satellite game? Experiencing Vegas. Martin’s take on performance optimizing equipment. Resources http://martinjacobson.pro/ https://twitter.com/martin_jacobson?lang=en https://www.instagram.com/martin.jacobson/?hl=en Rate & Review If you enjoyed today’s episode of Beyond Poker, hit the subscribe button in Apple Podcasts, (or wherever you listen) so future episodes are automatically downloaded directly to your device. You can also help by providing an honest rating & review over on Apple Podcasts. Reviews go a long way in helping us build awareness so that we can impact even more people. THANK YOU! Connect with Nick & Wayne Facebook YouTube Instagram LinkedIn Twitter Get Access to the Show Notes To get access to the full show notes, including all the resources mentioned during the interview, visit BeyondPoker.com/21 Check Us Out On: BeyondPoker.com Wayne Yap on Instagram Nick Howard on Instagram Nick Howard on Twitter PokerDetox.com
The Chip Race - Season 14 Episode 4 - Ana Marquez Ryan Fee Martin Jacobson Roland Boothby
The Chip Race
What a show we have for you this week as we welcome high stakes crusher and Upswing Poker founder Ryan Fee. We sit down with one of Spain’s greatest ever players, online and live beast Ana Marquez. We’ve got strategy with a WSOP MAIN EVENT champion as Martin Jacobson talks is through his most controversial ever spot, a hand versus Doug Polk from the 'One Drop' final table. Roland Boothby is here to discuss the GPI/THM's new podcast network, including his new show 'First Flag'. We've also got a news and results round-up from Ian Simpson.
Welcome to the very first episode of ’The Swedest Deal’. The Main Event Champion from 2014, Martin Jacobson, is the first guest in this series of interviews where well-known sports and poker interviewer Rikard Åberg talks to some of the most famous players over the years since the poker boom until today. In this interview Martin talks about his way into poker, his first, short-lived experience of WSOP 2008, the road to becoming one of the strongest players in Europe, to eventually winning WSOP 2014. We also talk about life after the win, outside poker, family, healthy living, life today and going forward. Enjoy! From our partner: Sign up to Intertops Poker for 200% welcome bonus and free ticket to $2,000 Sunday Tournament. Use the word PODCAST to get your ticket by emailing customer support. Link here: https://poker.intertops.eu/en/
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On episode #23 of the CardsChat podcast, we have the pleasure of welcoming Martin Jacobson. The 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event Champion, Martin’s got over $17 million in live tournament earnings and several million in online tournament earnings. He’s far and away Sweden’s all-time leading tournament earner and he has an incredible 22 different flags on his Hendon Mob profile. On this episode, we learn about Martin’s affinity for cooking, the importance he placed on physical and mental fitness, and what his new poker coaching venture is all about.
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Den här veckan blir Syre och Jerry gästade av vinnaren av WSOP Main Event 2014, Martin Jacobson! Vi går igenom Martins karriär, hur allting började, hans första liveturnering och allt därtill. Vi pratar om hans imponerande år på EPT-touren och självklart går vi igenom när Martin blev världsmästare och vann $10 miljoner i WSOP Main Event!
Martin Jacobson wrestled for Long Beach High School, but the game of soccer was his calling. Before he was a soccer coach at Martin Luther King Jr. Education Campus, he was a wrestling coach at Stuyvesant High School. While at Stuyvesant High School his team won two PSAL Dual Meet Championship, one as Co-Champions with Harry S. Truman High School (1990) and his team won it the following year (1991). He then became a wrestling commissioner for the PSAL and then got the coaching position at MLK. While at MLK, his soccer team has won 18 PSAL Championships. •Thank you for listening to this episode of Arrow Wrestling Podcast. Follow us on Instagram: Arrow_Wrestling to keep updated with future episodes. Check out our website: www.arrowwrestling.org You can support this podcast by making a small monthly donation to sustain future episodes: https://anchor.fm/andy-martinez20/support--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Play Run It Once Poker Today: runitonce.euTrain With The Best on Run It Once Training: runitonce.comOn this episode of A Hero's Journey, guest Martin Jacobson chats with our host Lee Davy about:00:10Growing up on the small Swedish island of Lidingö amongst a relatively privileged population, while trying to avoid competition surrounding social status. 05:50At age 15 becoming disenchanted with traditional academics and deciding to pursue culinary school.11:17Dealing poorly with academic pressure as a kid.13:07How his relationship with ambition developed from culinary school to his eventual career in poker.14:43Being recruited for the Swedish military, and how it changed the path he was on at the time, leading him to become a cook on naval battleship with a generous culinary budget.21:33The events that shifted his journey from the culinary world to the poker world. 30:02His experience at the 2008 WSOP (his first live tournament), and how being an introvert affected the experience of travelling alone.35:22Finishing 3rd at EPT Budapest in 2008 as one of the most inexperienced players in the event.38:37How he deals with understanding his own value in business interactions.41:08How his EPT Budapest money changed his life.45:06How he deals with downswings.48:09How money affects his happiness, and what makes him happy apart from financial stability.50:51His transition to being a full time poker pro, and his parents’ role in that shift.55:42Growing up a child of divorce, and how the experience has affected his own relationships as an adult.59:44What he values in his current romantic relationship, in relationships in general, and how being a pro poker player has affected those relationships.1:08:34His pursuits and passions outside of poker. 1:11:00His view that poker friends are also poker mentors. 1:12:21The biggest obstacles he had to overcome in poker, and in relation to his 2014 WSOP Main Event win.1:15:42Sharing thoughts on his defeat at the 2011 EPT Deauville Main Event.1:19:12Dealing with procrastination and self doubt.1:21:13The "bigger picture" and the importance of using his success to better the world where he can.1:25:27Why is he not a part of the Triton scene?
F*ck You Money and Intense Focus with WSOP Champion Martin Jacobson (BWB:006)
Biz with Ben
Martin is a multi-millionaire, WSOP winner, Natural Stacks champion, and former chef so it was awesome getting a chance to talk with him for this week’s episode of BizWithBen!It took a bit to break some things down, but I think the discussion gets really interesting when we start discussing motivation after hitting “fuck you money” status and how relationships can change after you hit a liquidity event like winning the WSOP.My favorite quote from the show:I’ve always just been focused on what it is I want to do. Once I realized that, I’ll always find a way to do it. – @martin_jacobsonHe did admit that the money helps though.Show Notes: http://www.benhebert.com/martin-jacoboson
To restart the podcast in style, I’m very happy to welcome reigning WSOP Main Event champion Martin Jacobson to the show. Last year while watching the final table in person, I got to see Martin’s performance up close. I was obviously cheering for my client Jorryt von Hoof, but it was easy to be impressed with the composure, professionalism, focus, and resilience that Martin showed on his way to the title and $10 million first prize. With the Main Event final table just around the corner, Martin was the perfect guest to have on the show.