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Join Jeff Gross in his conversations with the best poker players and industry leaders to learn what sets them apart from the rest.

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Join Jeff Gross in his conversations with the best poker players and industry leaders to learn what sets them apart from the rest.

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Gross is great. Lots of interesting questions and fantastic guests. Not everyone wants podcasts to be all about strategy and Jeff does a good job of asking a wide variety of questions. Keep it up!

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By Uptown Aussie - Jan 28 2020
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Gross is great. Lots of interesting questions and fantastic guests. Not everyone wants podcasts to be all about strategy and Jeff does a good job of asking a wide variety of questions. Keep it up!

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Rank #1: Kristen Bicknell PartyPoker Ambassador - Pro Poker Player - $4,777,107 in Live Earnings

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In this episode, Kristen Bicknell, a Party Poker ambassador and professional poker player with $4,777,107 in live earnings, shares what it’s like to play in high-stakes tournaments. She reflect on how people’s attitudes change as you move up and explains why tournaments can actually feel relaxing. She sees the need for a healthy level of confidence and ego to attract stakeholders and has also cracked the code on how she learns best. Tune in to learn Kristen’s opinion on re-entries and the current state of poker, and learn the strategies she implements to keep improving her game. 

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Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 00:00 – 12:00 - Introducing Kristen, her journey, and her wins.
  • 12:00 – 22:00 – On respect, credibility, people’s reaction and being a Party Poker ambassador.
  • 22:00 – 34:00 - On how she learns, her 2020 goals, and what tournaments she plays.
  • 34:00 – 45:30 - On the high-stakes atmosphere and the ego and confidence involved in poker.
  • 45:30 – 56:30 - Kristen’s opinion on re-entries and the current state of poker.
  • 56:30 – 01:09:00 - On when she fell in love with poker and where/when she likes to play.
  • 01:09:00 – 01:31:00 - Her New Year’s resolutions and when she plays best.

3 Key Points

  • Communicating with other players about the worst hand’s you’d play in a situation can improve your came.
  • A healthy ego and level of confidence is important if you want to be staked.
  • Be sure to balance your life with other things besides poker.

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Jan 02 2020

1hr 30mins

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Rank #2: Luke Schwartz / Professional Poker Player / WSOP Bracelet Winner / UK Poker GOAT

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In this episode, Luke Schwartz, a professional poker player, WSOP bracelet winner, and UK Poker GOAT, shares the surprising way he used to get money as a teen. He talks about the challenge that catalyzed a turning point in his career and what he believes are the most critical parts of the game. Luke also breaks down the mindset struggles he faces and confesses that he doesn’t study. Tune in to learn why Luke doesn’t recommend playing poker as a career and hear how playing high-stakes has affected his daily life. 

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Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 00:00 – 27:30 - Luke’s poker journey and how he got into college with no credentials.
  • 27:30 – 50:00 - A turning point in Luke’s career and the most critical parts of the game.
  • 50:00 – 01:07:40 – His favorite sites, tournaments, health, wins, and Vegas trips.
  • 01:07:40 – 01:27:00 - Luke’s WSOP win and what he sees as the good and bad of poker.
  • 01:27:00 – 01:50:00 – On sports, hot clubs in the UK, traveling, and high-stakes.
  • 01:50:00 – 02:15:00 - On forums, funny prop bets, drugs, and predictions.

3 Key Points

  • Not everyone who gets far studies – but it’s still recommended.
  • Even the pros still work through mindset challenges.
  • Poker isn’t easy money. 

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Feb 09 2020

2hr 14mins

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Rank #3: Mike Matusow / Professional Poker Player / LIVE MTT Earnings $9,750,072

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Mike “The Mouth” Matusow, a poker pro with $9,750,072 in live MTT earnings, shares the crazy twists and turns of his poker journey. He talks about his hiatus, money-loaning philosophy, and debilitating injury – and speaks up about his thoughts on re-entries and re-buys. Tune in to hear Mike’s experience with drugs, how he ended up in jail, and what he thinks about the coronavirus situation – and learn how he tries to stay positive through it all.      

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Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 00:00 – 31:00 – Introducing Mike, what he’s been up to, how his podcast came to be, how much poker he’s playing nowadays, his long-time poker journey, and how he learned he was good.
  • 31:00 – 01:02:30 – What Mike thinks about re-entries and re-buys, some back-in-the-day stories, why he took a hiatus, his injury, and his money-loaning philosophy.
  • 01:02:30 – 01:32:00 – Mike’s relationship with Phil Helmuth, how he ended up with Full Tilt, what happened, some historical moments in his career, and why he doesn’t play high rollers.
  • 01:32:00 – 02:00:00 – On his communications with Mike Postle, who he wants to “destroy”, his thoughts on politics, his experience with drugs, and his book Check Raising the Devil.
  • 02:00:00 – 02:30:00 – On being cheated, what he’s been through, being in jail, crazy comps, staying positive, and some more politics.
  • 02:30:00 – 03:13:00 – Coronavirus, the new normal, quarantine, who we need to care about what he thinks about Twitch, and the recipe for disaster in California.

3 Key Points

  • Never forget where you come from.
  • Don’t make debts public.
  • You can’t teach talent.

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Mar 31 2020

3hr 12mins

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Rank #4: Andrew Neeme - Poker Player, YouTube Poker Vlogger

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In this episode, Andrew Neeme, a professional poker player and popular vlogger, talks about how he started vlogging and shares the valuable lessons he learned along the way. Jeff and Andrew discuss how to balance time between marriage, vlogging, studying, and playing, and they speculate on developments in poker legislation. Listen in to hear Andrew share tips to follow when sharing your own content – and get some insight on what he wishes he would’ve done from the get-go.

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Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 01:00 – Introducing Andrew and his journey
  • 01:30 – He went to Michigan State University and did an internship with a music production company in London and moved back to LA
  • 02:50 – 2004-2008 he dabbled in online poker; around 2008 he started playing full-time poker
  • 04:20 – He moved to Las Vegas almost 10 years ago
  • 04:50 – Andrew’s popular Vlog
  • 05:15 – He understood and enjoyed the video medium for poker; he liked that he could connect directly to the audience and do creative storytelling
  • 07:00 – He started Vlogging in October of 2016
  • 08:24 – Advice for vloggers
  • 08:40 – You can film from your cell phone, and the hard part is the editing; he had no idea how long it would take at first
  • 10:20 – He suggests hiring someone to do the editing from the get-go; personality goes into the editing, which is hard for him to let go of now
  • 12:45 – How Andrew manages his time
  • 13:25 – He films and edits all his videos; he doesn’t have a science behind his social media strategy and just posts when he wants to
  • 17:25 – Social media apps can easily take time away from productivity
  • 19:15 – Developments in online poker legislation
  • 19:45 – Everything happens slowly but he feels there is still hope and possibility; people can gamble online easily if they want to whether it’s regulated or not
  • 22:21 – He’d love to road trip around Michigan and livestream
  • 23:05 – Andrew’s position on team Run It Up
  • 25:28 – They help with management, messaging, and branding
  • 28:00 – The Vlogger in Paradise Challenge and the Andrew’s biggest tournament
  • 28:30 – They got submissions from around the world; the quality of the videos and personalities were amazing
  • 31:13 – It’s the biggest tournament he’s ever played; there are giveaway winners and professionals playing side by side
  • 33:41 – Tournaments always have variance; the key is not to get too carried away, it’s 2.5 times bigger than the biggest buy-in he had ever played
  • 40:20 – Andrew’s relationship with his wife, Busi; they met at a friend’s gathering in Las Vegas and the rest is history
  • 45:00 – Stake Kings is like crowdfunding for poker players; Andrew is there
  • 47:50 – The other games Andrew plays
  • 48:00 – He loves PLO, 1-2-5, and 2-5-10 game in Vegas; he also likes the short-deck he played at Run It Up Reno
  • 50:00 – He hasn’t gotten into mixed games
  • 52:40 – What Andrew does to decompress and what content he consumes
  • 52:50 – Most videos are long format; he follows a few vloggers and doesn’t watch TV
  • 55:50 – His main goal this year is to focus on being more present; when you make videos you’re always looking ahead
  • 57:20 – At the time of the recording, he has 150 vlogs
  • 58:30 – Andrew’s meet-up games and Twitch streams
  • 58:40 – They aren’t planned in advance and it’s an approachable game for most people; they’re every man’s stakes and it’s more of a social game
  • 01:00:45 – They had their first meet up game tournament in Austin; it’s nice to get face-to-face with people
  • 01:02:05 – He’s done about 10 livestreams and can do it simultaneously through YouTube and Twitch; Twitch is more lenient about background music
  • 01:05:15 – Andrew’s future plans
  • 01:05:30 – He started the videos over a year ago; he says it’s hard to say how he’ll be making a living years from now but maybe the content will change
  • 01:07:50 – He doesn’t know what the future of poker holds; he said it’ll be hard to replicate the boom of years ago but regulations would be great for poker
  • 01:10:20 - People recognize Andrew in the poker scene and sometimes outside of the poker room; the work he’s done is like his resume and can be done in any industry
  • 01:14:50 – Advice for new vloggers
  • 15:00:00 – Uploading earlier in the week at a reasonable hour is better than uploading on the weekend; as far as length, he takes as long as needed to tell the story
  • 01:21:05 – An unpleasant experience at the table
  • 01:21:30 – He’s never seen any fistfights; Jeff saw someone take $2,500 worth of chips
  • 01:22:40 – Poker seems to be pretty chill overall
  • 01:23:00 – Poker or content creation?
  • 01:23:30 – Vlogging is more exciting, but poker is the income source; the YouTube revenue is helpful and pays some bills and he tries to balance all channels
  • 01:24:15 – It would be daunting to create content about another subject that he doesn’t know as well as poker
  • 01:25:10 – Kids and doppelgangers
  • 01:25:20 – Yes, someday, and yes, he knows he looks like Aaron Rodgers and the Verizon guy
  • 01:29:30 – Income streams through social media and weed
  • 01:30:00 – Merchandise, YouTube income, and partnerships provide for income streams; he smokes weed very rarely
  • 01:31:25 – Impacts to Andrew’s relationship due to his celebrity
  • 01:31:40 – The biggest downside is that everything takes a lot of time; he has to balance his relationship with everything else
  • 01:32:25 – He and his wife started a podcast called the Tells Podcast; they talk about life, poker, YouTube, pop culture, and relationships
  • 01:35:58 – His family likes to see what he’s up to on YouTube; he recommends people show their family the professionalism and passion they have for the industry
  • 01:37:40 – Busi plays the markets and poker is similar, so they understood each other from the get-go
  • 01:38:45 – Andrew’s thoughts on staking
  • 01:38:57 – He sees it as a natural part of the poker experience and helps people move up in poker stakes; just like in other businesses, people get outside investors
  • 01:39:39 – You can sell a piece of yourself to friends, colleagues, or other poker players while you get used to new poker stakes; he doesn’t have a lot of experience in that
  • 01:40:24 – Ask each other as many questions as possible and sign a document hashing out all scenarios
  • 01:41:50 – Money management
  • 01:42:19 – When he first moved to Vegas he spent too much, now he manages his money better and isn’t into material possessions
  • 01:46:10 – Poker as a zero sum game
  • 01:46:20 – He looks at poker like a sport like golf; there’s tours, sponsorships, and it’s a spectator sport
  • 01:46:55 – If you’re doing something that makes you happy, you’ll share that happiness with the world

3 Key Points

  • If you want to be a vlogger, hire an editor early on, refine as you go, and just do it!
  • There are so many ways to make a living now; there’s no telling what could be possible just a few years from now.
  • Staking is like a business seeking outside investors; it’s great as long as there’s good communication between the investor and the investee.

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May 27 2019

1hr 50mins

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Rank #5: Mitch Garber / Chariman Cirque du Soleil / Former CEO Caesars/WSOP/PartyGaming

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Apr 24 2020

2hr 23mins

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Rank #6: Bryn Kenney - #1 All Time Money List w/ $55,505,630

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Aug 12 2019

1hr 46mins

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Rank #7: Jonathan Little / PokerCoaching.com Owner / 2x WPT Champion with $7,000,000 in Cashes

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In this episode, Jonathan Little, the owner of PokerCoaching.com, 2-time WPT Champion with $7,000,000 in tournament cashes, and 15-time author, shares how to make sure your life never feels like a grind. He explains the inspiration for his books, why he always seeks to learn and study from people who are better, and why it’s important to know the fundamentals before you move away from them. Tune in to hear the keystone habits that Jonathan implements in his life, the strategies he’d teach his younger self, and how he keeps his cool regardless of who’s at the table.

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Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 00:00 – 20:00 – Introducing Jonathan, his journey, his coaching site, and his projects.
  • 20:00 – 43:00 – His book, adjusting away from fundamentals, and his past wins.
  • 43:00 – 59:00 – On meeting his wife, breaking rules, and learning from others.
  • 00:59:00 – 01:19:30 – Keystone habits, studying, and the three kinds of people who play.
  • 01:19:30 – 01:37:30 – His work schedule, how he fits in poker, and some stories.
  • 01:37:30 – 02:00:30 – Dealing with downswings, creating content, and his favorite hands.
  • 02:00:30 – 02:20:00 – A PLO strategy, why he prefers soft games, and how the scene has changed.

3 Key Points

  • Hire a coach to save time and money.
  • Do what you love!
  • Stay level-headed regardless of who’s at the table. 

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Jan 11 2020

2hr 20mins

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Rank #8: Matthew Staples - PartyPoker Team Online / Twitch Poker Streamer

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In this episode, Matthew Staples, professional poker player for Party Poker and a Twitch streamer, reflects on how he never thought he’d take poker and Twitch seriously. He talks about the weight bet with his brother Jamie and Bill Perkins, how he got into poker by accident, and tells the story of his first stream ever. Jeff and Matthew reveal some tips for streamers and Matt shares his newfound obsession with Chess. Tune in to hear Matthew’s favorite content and studying resources – and hear what he thinks every poker player should learn.

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Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 00:00 – 20:00 – On his streaming and poker journey, goals, and process. 
  • 20:00 – 33:00 – The weight prop bet, his biggest scores, and his future plans. 
  • 33:00 – 44:00 – Advice and tips for streamers and his new love for chess.
  • 44:00 – 01:00:00 – On his work ethic and biggest games.  
  • 01:00:00 – 01:20:00 – His biggest result live, favorite YouTube channel, and way to manage tilts. 
  • 01:20:00 – 01:40:00 – On his big Twitch moments, favorite content, and study schedule. 
  • 01:40:00 – 02:00:00 – On keeping his private life private and his favorite place to play. 

3 Key Points

  1. Learn by teaching!
  2. Results come from being determined to get better. 
  3. Study!

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Oct 09 2019

1hr 59mins

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Rank #9: Phil Galfond - Founder of Run It Once - $2,966,023 in LIVE MTT Earnings - PLO Legend

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In this episode, Phil Galfond, PLO legend and founder of Run It Once, reflects on when he accelerated his game the most. He talks about the evolution of poker and how he was affected by both positive and negative changes in the poker world. He tells the story of how Run It Once was born and shares the missing links he saw in other poker sites that inspired him to create something better. Tune in to learn why Phil keeps a consistent schedule, how positivity led to his biggest win, and what challenges are up ahead. 

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Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 00:00 – 19:00 - Introducing Phil and his poker journey.
  • 19:00 – 39:00 - On playing multiple games, bad habits, and the beginnings of Run It Once.  
  • 39:00 – 57:00 - Black Friday, Phil’s Twitter love, and positivity.
  • 57:00 – 01:06:30 - On how he keeps a consistent schedule and why he started a poker site.
  • 01:06:30 – 01:23:30 - On opponents, creating an ecosystem, and challenges.
  • 01:23:30 – 01:47:00 - A book recommendation, HUDs, and what makes his site different.
  • 01:47:00 – 02:05:00 - Big wins and losses, playing multiple tables, and his favorite hands.

3 Key Points

  • Be aware of the habits you pick up when you play certain games.
  • Positivity is attractive!
  • If you see something you want changed, be proactive and change it. 

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Jan 17 2020

2hr 5mins

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Rank #10: Jason Koon - Live Earnings $28,915,360

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Aug 12 2019

1hr 29mins

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Rank #11: Shannon Shorr / Professional Poker Player / Total Live MTT Earnings $8,063,036

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In this episode, Shannon Shorr, a professional poker player with over $8 million in earnings, tells the story of how he started playing poker as a small-town kid in Kentucky. He shares the journey from playing underground and online games to travelling internationally for massive tournaments – and reveals an interesting strategy that worked at his first big game. Shannon also explains how practicing mindfulness, meditation, and yoga has revolutionized the way he sees the world. Tune in to learn some tips for staying focused, boosting productivity, and continuing your personal growth through poker.

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Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 00:00 – 13:30 – Shannon’s personal and professional journey.
  • 13:30 – 32:00 - On handling downswings, practicing mindfulness and getting results.
  • 32:00 – 46:30 - The downsides of poker, importance of having a crew, and state of poker.
  • 46:30 – 01:01:30 - On his love for the outdoors, productivity, and thoughts on digital.
  • 01:01:30 – 01:08:00 - On living in Vegas and how he has evolved over the course of his career.
  • 01:08:00 – 01:28:00 - Shannon’s new car, 2020 goals, thoughts on crypto, and poker reflections.
  • 01:28:00 – 01:39:00 - On sports, studying, being an “old timer” and the novelty in poker.

3 Key Points

  • Poker provides the opportunity to grow personally.
  • Mindfulness and meditation can improve your game and reduce tilts.
  • Reducing your use of technology can boost productivity and keep you focused. 

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Jan 28 2020

1hr 38mins

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Rank #12: Dan Smith - Professional Poker Player w/ $27,707,080 Earnings / Philanthropist

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1hr 53mins

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Rank #13: Joe Hachem / Professional Poker Player / Total Live MTT Earnings $12,672,387

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Joe Hachem, a professional poker player with $12,672,387 in total live MTT earnings, shares openly about the tough phase he had early in his poker career. He dives into his thoughts on the different poker sites that are out there, reminisces on how things have changed over the years, and reveals some of the investments he has made. Tune in to learn Joe’s biggest tip for live players – and hear what he means when he talks about “chip ownership”.

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Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 00:00 – 21:00 – Joe’s journey and his biggest losses.
  • 21:00 – 37:00 - Joe’s big win, his family, and what he thinks about different poker companies.
  • 37:00 – 52:30 - His WPT win, investments, and advice on chip ownership.
  • 52:30 – 01:10:00 - On his upcoming travels, games, crazy hands, and tips for live game players.
  • 01:10:00 – 01:18:00 - On his other hobbies, alternative dream job, and poker sites.
  • 01:18:00 – 01:39:00 - What ruins games for him, books he has read, and a cool story.

3 Key Points

  • Don’t look at your earnings as if they are “play money”!
  • Not every sport has to be bet on to enjoy watching it.
  • Keep your head up through tough times.

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Feb 27 2020

1hr 38mins

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Rank #14: Antanas "Tony G" Guoga - $6,360,041 in Live MTT Earnings

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Rank #15: Rafael Moraes / Brazilian Poker Legend / 4Bet Partner / Live MTT Earnings $1,627,528

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Rafael Moraes, a Brazilian poker legend and 4Bet Partner with $1,627,528 of live MTT earnings, shares why he’s been playing less and what he’s been doing instead. He talks about the range of buy-ins in his stable, which spots tend to be the most profitable, and how he handles downswings. Tune in to learn what Rafael does to prepare for wins – and listen to the advice he gives new players wanting to make poker a career.

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Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 00:00 – 21:00 – Introducing Rafael, his origin story, poker journey, and how his career has shifted over the years into a role of teaching.
  • 21:00 – 40:00 - On being the most profitable player in Brazil, his top online and live results, and his experience playing tournaments.
  • 40:00 – 55:30 - On Brazilian poker fans, his favorite stops, the responsibility of professionals in poker, and why poker isn’t for everyone.
  • 55:30 – 01:17:30 - How his game has advanced, other sports teams that he supports, his sponsorship, and what he thinks about bitcoin.
  • 01:17:30 – 01:36:30 - The range of buy-ins in his stable, which spots tends to be the most profitable, what he does to handle downswings, and how he prepares to play.
  • 01:36:30 – 01:54:00 - Advice from Rafael for new poker players, what he would say to warn them, what he would like to see change in the poker world, and information about 4Bet.

 3 Key Points

  • Poker isn’t for everyone.
  • Have a variety of hobbies and activities.
  • Have a routine before you play that prepares your mindset.

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Feb 27 2020

1hr 53mins

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Rank #16: Bertrand 'ElkY' Grospellier / Team PartyPoker / Live Poker Earnings of $13,958,247

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In this episode, Bertrand 'ElkY' Grospellier, a player for team PartyPoker who has $13,958,247 of live poker earnings, shares his career highlights and reflects on winning the Triple Crown. He explains why he doesn’t like to eat when he plays, how he’s managed to balance his personal life and Twitch streaming – and when it’s rude to leave the table. Tune in to hear study tips, mindset hacks, and strategy breakdowns from a long-time French pro.

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Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 00:00 – 20:00 – Bertrand’s background, journey, gaming history, and poker wins.
  • 20:00 – 34:00 – Reflections on his wins this past year and his thoughts on online poker.
  • 34:00 – 47:00 – On competitive players, Team Liquid, life balance, and fasting.
  • 47:00 – 00:55:00 – The most special moments in his career.
  • 00:55:00 – 01:18:00 – Twitch streaming, big losses, table etiquette, and takeaways from gaming.
  • 01:18:00 – 01:30:00 – Live vs. online, bitcoin, diet, and media distortions.
  • 01:30:00 – 01:45:00 – How Bertrand studies and the origin of his name “ElkY”.
  • 01:45:00 – 02:00:00 - Bertrand’s book Raiser’s Edge, game strategies, how he deals with downswings.

3 Key Points

  • Fasting can make you sharper and more focused at the table. Listen to your body as it’s not for everyone.
  • Adaptation is the most important thing in poker.
  • Exercise regularly and know when it’s time to take a break.

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Nov 27 2019

1hr 57mins

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Rank #17: Lynn Gilmartin / Anchor of World Poker Tour

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In this episode, Lynn Gilmartin, the anchor of the World Poker Tour on Fox Sports Networks, shares how she got into the industry and what attracted her to poker. She talks about her Poker Players for Australian Wildlife campaign and why she’s so passionate about protecting the animals in her country. With all her travels – and long-term, long-distance relationship – she’s got tricks up her sleeve for beating jetlag, maintaining work-life balance, and still having time for new passions. Tune in to learn Lynn’s favorite poker player and learn the strategies she uses to keep improving her game.

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Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 00:00 – 20:00 - Introducing Lynn and her journey, attraction to poker, romantic partner, and philanthropy work to preserve Australian wildlife.
  • 20:00 – 41:30 – On work-life balance, how she beats jetlag, and how she learned poker.
  • 41:30 – 01:02:30 – Her big win, having kids someday, and generosity in the poker world.
  • 01:02:30 – 01:19:00 – Her favorite poker player, her own playing, and what’s on the horizon.
  • 01:19:00 – 01:40:00 – Why she loves poker and how we can make a positive impact on the planet.
  • 01:40:00 – 02:00:00 – On how she improves her game and punishes men at the table – and some tips for getting into the poker world and avoiding spiders.

3 Key Points

  • Make small changes to your lifestyle to make a big impact on the planet.
  • Donate to important causes – like Lynn’s Poker Players for Australian Wildlife campaign.
  • Don’t be shy and put your consistent, quality content out there!

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Jan 11 2020

1hr 59mins

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Rank #18: Fedor Holz - Launching His Poker Course, Pokercode

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Aug 12 2019

1hr 37mins

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Rank #19: Sam Trickett / Partypoker Global Ambassador / Live Poker Earnings of $21,347,558

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In this episode, Sam Trickett, a Party Poker global ambassador with $21,347,558 of live poker earnings, reflects on the mistakes he made in his poker career. He shares poker lessons that translate to life, how to separate emotions from poker, and why it’s important to take care of your body if you want to perform at your best. Tune in to hear about the happiest day in Sam’s life – and learn what drove him to be successful.

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Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 00:00 – 25:00 – Sam’s wins, background, and poker journey.
  • 25:00 – 40:00 – Reflecting on his losses and how poker lessons translate to life.
  • 40:00 – 01:00:00 – The games Sam prefers to play and why.
  • 01:00:00 – 01:20:00 – On his career, always believing in himself, and his other passions.
  • 01:20:00 – 01:40:00 – Health, fitness, and the happiest day in Sam’s life.

3 Key Points

  • Poker teaches you how to better handle life’s tough spots.
  • Always believe in yourself – even when others don’t.
  • Take care of your body so you can perform at your best. 

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Nov 17 2019

1hr 40mins

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Rank #20: John Lee / Businessman / Co-Chief Executive Officer at Wealth Dragons

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In this episode, John Lee, a speaker, entrepreneur, and the co-founder and CEO at Wealth Dragons, shares why it’s critical to change your mindset if you want to change your results. He reveals why he never wants to be the smartest guy in the room and explains the importance of building up your digital assets. Tune in to learn some business hacks, investment strategies, and money management tips – and learn what to never lose track of on your journey to the top.

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Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 00:00 – 13:30 - Introducing John, his journey, and his Facebook strategy.
  • 13:30 – 21:30 - On his event, Wealth Mastery Live, and some investment strategies.
  • 21:30 – 26:00 - Business hacks, building up digital assets, and the importance of social proof.
  • 26:00 – 34:00 - His biggest lessons learned in 2019 and how to never go broke again.
  • 34:00 – 45:30 - Information about Wealth Dragons.
  • 45:30 – 55:00 - Some poker and life questions - and his biggest challenges of 2019.
  • 55:00 – 01:05:00 - On having an integrated life, prioritizing, and filling your calendar.
  • 01:05:00 – 01:20:00 – On finding opportunities in chaos and life. 

3 Key Points

  • Don’t underestimate the value of social proof.
  • See your competitors as collaborators and your success will skyrocket.
  • There’s opportunity in chaos. 

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Jan 06 2020

1hr 19mins

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