Rank #1: #4 - Client session with Mike Wolf
Jan 18 2012
Rank #2: #3 - Barry "the co-author" Carter
Jan 11 2012
Rank #3: #13- The Mental Game of Poker Podcast with Jared Tendler
Learning how to play poker better, is as important a topic as actually what you’re learning, yet it’s rarely talked about. The advice given in this episode is a must for anyone who is serious about taking their game to the next level. Chalk full of great advice tailored to three different players, you’ll be sure to find something that can help transform your game.
Mar 21 2012
Rank #4: #7 - The Mental Game of Poker Podcast with Jared Tendler
Feb 08 2012
Rank #5: #9 - The Mental Game of Poker Podcast with Jared Tendler
Aaron is well known for having a strong passion and commitment to being a coach and video producer. The topic of poker coaching has been a hot button issue in poker lately. So, among many other things, we talked at length about the importance of coaching, his initiatives to change poker education, and what students need to know to get the most out of coaching or video instruction.
When we opened the phones midway through the show, listeners lined up to ask a range of questions. Injustice tilt, anxiety, and confidence were among the many topics covered. Proving advice live on-air to listeners is a great addition to the show and I’m excited to make it part of every show.
Feb 22 2012
Rank #6: #11 - Live on-air session (2)
Mar 07 2012
Rank #7: #65 - Jonathan Fader
Jul 25 2016
Rank #8: #62 - Tilt Q&A
* Why you might Tilt in one format (Like PLO), but not another (Like No Limit)
* The differences between Tilt in poker and trading
* Is Tilt different online compared to live?
* Why Winner’s Tilt is more of a confidence issue than an anger issue
* Dealing with pressure at the tables that appears as anger
Feb 16 2016
Rank #9: #61 - Cal Newport
Feb 12 2016
Rank #10: #60 - Chris Chabris
Jan 26 2016
Rank #11: #59 - 2016 Goals
Now time for some tough love.
Many of you are starting to make big goals for the year. Goals related to your career, your health or ticking something off your bucket list.
Many of you also feel unstoppable. This will be your best year. You're inspired by what you're going to accomplish, how much money you're going to make, how strong you're going to get, how much weight you're going to lose, and more.
Yet, the odds are greater that by the time April rolls around, you will be right back where you started having not made any progress, or very little at all. Right now, achieving your goals seems inevitable, but in just a few months they can feel impossible.
In today's episode of the Mental Game Podcast I discuss why New Years Resolutions are often destined to fail. It's not because resolutions are cursed, it is often a result of predictable and preventable errors that are made at the time you set the goal in the first place.
If you have a big goal this year, don't make the same mistakes you've made in years past. Listen closely to this episode, it could dramatically change the outcome of your year.
Jan 02 2016
Rank #12: #58 - James Altucher
Dec 01 2015
Rank #13: #57 - Terrence Chan
Nov 23 2015
Rank #14: #53 - David Tuchman
Oct 19 2015
Rank #15: #48 - Daniel Negreanu
Sep 10 2014
Rank #16: #42 - Chris Moneymaker
an introduction. Without 2003 World Champion Chris Moneymaker, poker
would not be the industry it is today. Not only did help spark the
poker boom, he has been a tremendous ambassador for the game. What you
may not know is that he is perhaps the first poker player to put me on
tilt. Find out how he out-mental gamed this mental game coach on the
golf course, and much more.
Feb 04 2014
Rank #17: #36 - Jeremy Ausmus
Jeremy has been a professional for nine years, and he is just about one of the most balanced and professional players you are likely to encounter. He really is the blueprint for having a solid mental game.
In the show we discuss:
• Why a slow and steady approach to learning has proven to be very successful in the long term for him.
• Why he is always reanalyzing his game and never wants to think he ‘knows it all’.
• How he values a strong mental game, and why he would always take a player with a solid C-game over a player who has an amazing A-game but prone to mental game leaks.
• How he works on his game away from the table and why not wanting to get caught out in tricky spots motivates him to learn.
• The mental adjustments he makes when switching between tournaments and cash games.
• How he dealt with the pressure of the Main Event final table.
Just a quick reminder, you can now get The Mental Game of Poker 1 and 2 for free either on audiobook or using PokerStars Frequent Player Points. Go to Jaredtendlerpoker.com for more information. Also keep an eye out for a one-time-only sale from November 29th - December 1st on the softcover versions of both books. Get both books for the price of one.
Nov 22 2013
Rank #18: #35 - The Mental Game of Poker Podcast
Nov 01 2013
Rank #19: #33 - The Mental Game of Live Poker
May 15 2013
Rank #20: #31 - The Mental Game of Poker Podcast with Jared Tendler
I’ve talked in the past about and written in the mental game of poker, how errors in how you learn can create mental game problems. You can become frustrated, anxious, lose motivation and confidence all because you don’t understand or have unrealistic expectations of the learning process. Being unproductive or inefficient in the way that you’re working on your poker game, or your ability to balance poker and life, can create the same problems. By learning more about how you learn, or by becoming more productive, you can eliminate some of those mental game problems as well. Primoz may have some answer that can be a big help to you. You can follow him on Twitter: @PrimozSYP
May 01 2013