Matt Berkey made headlines in the 2016 Super High Roller Bowl, finishing fifth for $1.1 million.
During last year's big run, Berkey was followed by a camera crew that also filmed during his preparation for the biggest tournament of his life. That documentary is now available on PokerGO, and on this podcast, Berkey shares exciting behind-the-scenes stories.
Berkey's road to the top in poker has not been a common one, and on this podcast, he also talks in-depth about his childhood, the path to the Super High Roller Bowl and the massive swings he's gone through over the last couple of years.
Wondering how much of himself Berkey has in the biggest event of this year? The number will definitely surprise you!
It is here, PokerGO is live! This Monday Poker Central launched PokerGO, the ultimate poker live streaming, and entertainment service, and this episode of the Poker Central Podcast dives deep into all of this excitement.
This Monday, Poker Central launched PokerGO, the ultimate poker live streaming, and entertainment service, and this episode of the Poker Central Podcast dives deep into all of this excitement.
PokerGO offers live streaming of the Super High Roller Bowl, followed by the most exciting World Series of Poker final tables, capped off by the first ever WSOP Main Event live stream in the month of July. All of that and much more can now be found on PokerGO.com.
Brent, Will, and Remko run you through all the specifics with regards to PokerGO before previewing the 2017 Super High Roller Bowl. Who will be the first player to get knocked out? Who will make the final table? The guys have all the hot takes to get you ready for this year's biggest poker tournament in the world.
Phil Hellmuth is the all-time leader in World Series of Poker bracelets won with 14, and he's not looking to slow down on his quest to remain at the top.
On this podcast, Hellmuth opens up about things close to his heart such as; his family, Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob and his girlfriend Nicole Curran, his achievements in poker, the Super High Roller Bowl, Fedor Holz, Kevin Hart and more.
As we are accustomed to from Hellmuth, he doesn't back down from throwing his opinion out there, and he doesn't mince words towards people that disrespect him. Hellmuth also does some self-reflection with regards to the rants that he sometimes produces at the table.
All in all, this is a must-listen podcast with one of poker's most colorful characters.
Poker legend and Poker Central ambassador Daniel Negreanu joins the Poker Central Podcast to talk about Kevin Hart playing the Super High Roller Bowl, and the deal between the World Series of Poker, Poker Central, and ESPN.
The Negreanu segment starts at the 37:23 mark of the show.
The shows starts with Remko, Brent and Will talking about the aforementioned topics, as they go deep into the gravity of Kevin Hart playing in the Super High Roller Bowl and potentially exciting table draws. The end of the November Nine era also gets discussed, and how the live streaming and ESPN broadcasts of the WSOP Main Event will impact the exposure poker gets through the summer.
Poker superstar Fedor Holz joins Heads Up with Remko to talk about his past life as a high-stakes poker grinder, and his current life as CEO of Primed Mind, the business he's focusing all his time and energy on.
Holz amassed a staggering $22.1 million in live tournament earnings - the majority of which in just 24 months starting in March 2015 - and after winning the High Roller for One Drop last summer he retired from the grind. The Vienna resident still plays the occasional big tournament - and will participate in the Super High Roller Bowl - but he's no longer traveling the international poker circuit full time.
Holz candidly shares his thoughts on staking, selling action, the rise of the level of play in super high roller tournaments, and much more.
Primed Mind is Holz's new focus, as he's close to launching the mindset app and course with the help of Elliot Roe. "Listen, Learn, Grow" is their mantra, and Holz elaborates how this can benefit not only poker players and professional athletes but everyone who's willing to try it.
German pros captured headlines across the poker world by winning lots of big events at the PokerStars Championship Monte Carlo, as Ole Schemion, Philipp Gruissem, Julian Steur, Andreas Klatt and Stefan Schillhabel collected big pay days.
On this podcast, we talk about the Germans dominating all around the world, and the fact that their all-time money list is a collection of young studs.
Other big events ongoing this week were the Borgata Spring Championship, and the partypoker Live Montreal festival. Mike McDonald won a tournament for the first time in years, and we dive into the future of the three events mentioned.
In the shenanigans segment of today, we talk about John Daly winning again for the first time in a long time, and Brent has some thoughts to share on the Kentucky Derby.
Jeff Gross is one of the most high-energy, fast-paced guys in poker, and just by listening to him you'll get motivated to chase after your goals and dreams. Gross build his successes, reputation and following through his play at the tables, his presence on social media and Twitch.
Gross had one of the biggest results to date live on Twitch, winning $143,000 last December. While visiting his in-laws in Brazil, Gross pulled off this overnight success, and he candidly tells the story of that victory on this show.
Also on this podcast: Gross dives into his love for the game, its people, and its future. While Black Friday was a big fork in the road for many online players back in 2011, Gross drew positive energy from this significant shift in his life, as it forced him to travel, play live cash and tournament that ultimately lead to him improving on all those fronts.
Lastly, Gross talks about friendship and surrounding yourself with positive people. All in all plenty of inspiration on this week's Heads Up with Remko show.
Find out more about Jeff Gross by visiting his website.
On the 16th episode of the Poker Central Podcast, your hosts discuss the signing of Kevin Hart by PokerStars and send out another big round of praises for crushers Bryn Kenney and Adrian Mateos.
The PokerStars Championship Monte Carlo produced lots of exciting storylines, and with no shortage of big names producing results on the felt there's much to get through. Erik Seidel inches closer to Daniel Negreanu on the all-time money list, Ole Schemion rips off two six-figure scores in 5 days, and Daniel Dvoress finishes second and third in the two biggest tournaments on the French Riviera this week.
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