Here come the Germans! Joe Ingram interviewed two of the top tournament players in the world for his Poker Life Podcast. Dominik Nitsche appeared on Tuesday, while Fedor Holz joined Ingram yesterday. The two German shared their thoughts on all things poker including delusional tournament players, lazy strategy, and playing big cash games in Macau.
PokerStars School got a face lift. The site designed especially for beginners and poker noobs, recently posted a two-part interview with Daniel Negreanu. In the first part, Kid Poker dishes advice like why sleep is essentially to playing in tournaments. He also gave a couple pointers for satellite winners playing in the PokerStars Players No Limit Hold'em Championship (PSPC). In the second part of the interview, Negreanu goes a little deeper to discuss how Black Friday 2011 affected American pros. Negreanu also shares his thoughts on playing against the top young players in the world in Super High Roller events.
Have you taken your shot at the newest tweak in online poker? PokerStars launched Power Up Poker, which they hope will revolutionize poker and entice video gamers to take the leap into real money gaming. The learning curve is evolving as we speak. Luckily, some folks launched a specific site dedicated to Power Up Strategy. In short, they are… "Developing winning strategies since day one! Op-poker is working to bring you the first dedicated platform for all your strategy needs so you can be the first to capitalize on the new Power Up poker format." Check out Op-Poker here.
Paul Phua added a new strategy video to his growing arsenal on YouTube. Phua is a regular in the biggest cash games in Asia. He tapped some of his fellow players at the nosebleed stakes to share their thoughts on visual tells. Some tips are provided by legends such as Fedor Holz and Steve O'Dwyer. Also contributing some tips... Sam Trickett, Timofey 'trueteller' Kuznetsov, Dan 'Jungleman' Cates, and Lucas Greenwood.
Paul Phua Poker released a new video featuring Daniel 'Jungleman' Cates. In this special video, Jungleman delivers a mini-masterclass in short-handed tournament play.
German wunderkind Fedor Holz appeared on the Lewis Howes podcast The School of Greatness. The entrepreneur and best-selling author interviews various professional athletes, successful business leaders, and other people at the top of their profession. Howes invited Fedor Holz on his podcast because he was curious how Holz trained his mind to detach from the money and potentially losing in high stakes. In this hour-long episode, Holz dispatched many pearls of wisdom that can be applied to both life and poker.
Daniel Negreanu recorded another episode of the Full Contact Poker Podcast. Episode 15 titled The One About Angle Shooting covered a few incidents of angle shooting. Kid Poker gave some examples by Amarillo Slim, Puggy Pearson, and Shaun Deeb. Angle shooting used to be more common place in the days before the online poker boom, but we still see some examples today with players testing the elasticity of the rules.
After a summer-long hiatus to focus on the World Series of Poker, Daniel Negreanu return to posting fresh content on his YouTube channel. Negreanu resumed his weekly hand breakdowns. In the latest episode, Negreanu broke down a hand he played against Johnny Chan during a taping of the popular TV show Poker After Dark. Chan rivered a monster, but could Negreanu show restraint and fold a straight?
Vlogger extraordinaire Andre Neeme has become one of the best content generators in the poker realm. The Vegas-based cash game pro posted a video before the WSOP began. Since we're a couple of weeks in, this is a good time for a refresher course. Or if you're headed to the WSOP for the first time this summer, then you need to listen/watch to this great vlog about WSOP tips and the "Do's" and "Dont's" of the summer.
Daniel Negreanu posted two new videos to his popular YouTube channel. Negreanu continued his series on mixed games with a quick tutorial on how to play 2-7 Triple Draw. In case you forgot, Negreanu penned the chapter on Triple Draw in Doyle Brunson's Super System 2. Kid Poker has been preparing for the 2017 WSOP and he gave his loyal followers a glimpse of what's to come this summer and how he prepares for a long summer of grinding by getting his tennis balls defuzzed.
Daniel Negreanu posted a couple of more videos over the past week including a hand breakdown that occurred on High Stakes Poker when he flopped a set against Doyle Brunson and won a monster pot worth $353K! Negreanu also posted a video from the Super High Roller Bowl and a crazy hand between David Peters and Connor Drinan.
These days, Phil Ivey sightings are rare. And even more rare is the number of interviews that Phil Ivey actually does. However, we unearthed this gem of a video. It's fairly short, but Ivey appeared on a training video for Paul Phua Poker School. Ivey shared some advice for both beginners and advanced players on “What makes up a great poker player?”
Daniel Negreanu posted two new videos on his popular YouTube channel. For the hand of the week breakdown, Negreanu discussed a crazy hand between Phil Ivey vs. Tom Dwan in a PLO cash game on Poker After Dark. Also, Negreanu continued his mini-series on how to play mixed games. This week focused on Limit Hold'em.
Daniel Negreanu posted two new videos on his YouTube account. The tip of the week video focused on the Top 5 reasons why you're probably losing at poker. Negreanu offered up valuable advice on how to plug obvious leaks in your game like not playing on tilt and poor fundamentals. For the hand breakdown of the week, Negreanu discussed a hand against Brian Rast, in which Rast got a little too greedy when Negreanu woke up with pocket Kings.
Daniel Negreanu posted two more videos in the last week. His quick poker tip of the week focused on what to do with a big stack… should you press it or conserve your chips? In the hand breakdown video of the week, Negreanu discusses a hand in the Shark Cage that Jen Shahade played against the legendary Phil Ivey.
Daniel Negreanu, the hardest-working man in poker, released two more videos. In his weekly tip video, Negreanu delved into the question that amateurs asked him the most: what is a proper-sized bankroll? In Negreanu's weekly hand breakdown video, he discussed a hand between Phil Hellmuth and Dan Smith at the Super High Roller Bowl.
Daniel Negreanu posted two new videos in the last week or so on his YouTube channel. Negreanu offered up a tip and discussed an in-depth hand. The Tip of the Week video focused on how to deal with bad beats, which is worthy advice for both amateurs and pros. The hand discussion covered aggressive betting, or drawing a free card based on a heads-up hand in the Bahamas.
Cash game hijinks. Pocket Jacks versus 8-6 suited. Doug Polk titled his video -- "The Most Insane Call in the History of Poker." That's a slight exaggeration, but Alec Torelli made a sick hero call on the river against Polk during a taping of a $25/$50 cash game from Live at the Bike at the Bicycle Casino in Los Angeles.
Daniel Negreanu posted two more videos. The first vid on his YouTube channel featured a hand breakdown between Mike Gentili vs. Christian Harder at the PokerStars Championship in the Bahamas. In his weekly poker tip video, Negreanu discussed tournament bubbles and offered up three tips to improve your bubble play.
Daniel Negreanu's full-court press in the social media world continues. The garrulous Negreanu uploaded a new Full Contact Poker Podcast with three pros including Michael ‘Timex' McDonald, Jonathan Little, and Jake Cody. British pro Cody chatted about cash games in Macau and a couple of hands Negreanu played at a recent tournament. Timex discussed his newest venture Poker Shares, and Jon Little discussed his coaching business. Over on his YouTube channel, Negreanu posted a couple of new videos about a hand breakdown between Dan Shak and Fedor Holz, plus a tip video on raising.
Daniel Negreanu is stepping up his social media game in 2017. He's been actively podcasting and his latest episode of the Full Contact Poker podcast is an excellent discussion with Nick Schulman. Negreanu also announced the relaunching or rebooting of his YouTube channel. Danny Boy promises vlogs (a.k.a. video blogs) along with guaranteed weekly content with a poker tip every Monday and post a hand breakdown on every Thursday.