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Now displaying: August, 2018
Aug 17, 2018

This week on the show, we cover the latest poker news including the recent DDoS attacks that targeted sites such as PokerStars and partypoker, we recap the big-time action down in Florida at the brand new Seminole Hardrock events space, and we look back on the Poker After Dark action from the PokerGO Studio as well as looking forward at what’s to come next week. 

Oh, and Justin Bonomo is on the show. It’s another great one, enjoy!

  • 1:25 – Today on the show.
  • 2:02 – Online poker sites getting DDoS’d, what’s going on? Brent tries to understand the whole thing.
  • 5:45 – Recapping the Seminole Hard Rock Series. Brent Hanks gives his takes on the “Big 4” format of showing four final tables simultaneously.
  • 8:30 – Brandon Eisen wins the Championship $5k by beating Jeremy Ausmus heads up. Why can’t Jeremy Ausmus close out events? Brent and Remko speculate on Ausmus’ lack of first places!
  • 11:50 – The crazy year of Alex Foxen! Now third on the 2018 POY race, Foxen records his fifth outright win of 2018, take note Ausmus!
  • 15:10 – An angry Brent Hanks rants about Justin Bonomo not being No. 1 on the overall GPI standings and 2018 Player of the Year race.
  • 17:38 – Jake Schindler wins the $25k High Roller in Florida that drew 123 entries for $800k. What does this mean for the upcoming Poker Masters? Brent speculates on the field sizes.
  • 22:40 – The life and times of Elio Fox: Five wins since the beginning of June, collecting millions in the process! Take note Ausmus!
  • 26:10 – The interview with Justin Bonomo, the current No.1 on poker’s all-time money list and the winner of the three biggest high roller events of the year.
  • 36:30 – Burning Man with Bonomo! Justin tells a bunch of crazy stories and talks about the inner workings of this crazy desert festival-esque experience!
  • 55:45 – What does the rest of the year look like for Justin Bonomo? Does he have any goals left to chase after?
  • 58:32 – Brent reaches a state of meditation after learning more about Burning Man, is he giving up his normal life to live in the desert?
  • 1:00:42 – Looking back on the Rise and Grind Poker After Dark sessions highlighted by Farah Galfond, John Cynn, and Michael Mizrachi.
  • 1:04:41 – Previewing next week on PokerGO: Masters of the Main on Poker After Dark featuring Scott Blumstein, John Cynn, Scott Vener, Kelly Minkin, Tony Miles, and Randall Emmett.

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Aug 9, 2018

Business and dog owner, father, husband, World Series of Poker Player of the Year race leader and two-time bracelet winner, yes, Shaun Deeb is on this week's edition of the podcast!

Also on this show: Poker After Dark lineup teases that include all your favorite WSOP Main Event stars, a look back at Michael Mizrachi’s third $50k Poker Players Championship win, and the induction of John Hennigan and Mori Eskandani into the Poker Hall of Fame. 

  • 1:35 – Looking back on Mori Eskdani and John Hennigan being inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame. Were they the right two players that got inducted in 2018?
  • 5:25 – How does Michael Mizrachi’s third $50,000 Poker Players Championship title rank among the biggest accomplishments in the history of poker?
  • 10:20 – Shaun Deeb joins the podcast to talk about his hot summer, grabbing the lead in the WSOP Player of the Year race and winning two bracelets in the process.
  • 13:45 – Where does Shaun Deeb’s drive to put in massive volume in live tournament comes from, and how it took until his second bracelet win this summer to get into the green for the duration of his live tournament career.
  • 16:56 – Shaun Deeb’s thoughts on the best players that manager to balance between cash games and tournaments.
  • 18:35 – How to stays focused and keep pushing small edges during all the years in which Shaun wasn’t getting the big wins in live events?
  • 22:50 – Businessman Shaun Deeb, investing in real estate and opening a Firehouse Subs location on the East Coast.
  • 26:30 – Coaching Tony Miles during the final table of the 2018 WSOP Main Event.
  • 32:30 – Brent Hanks’ new segment: Hellmuth Heat!
  • 36:20 – Shaun Deeb hijacks the show and tells the story of an old t-shirt that his wife wears to this day saying “Shaun F*cking Deeb”!
  • 40:15 – Looking back on “Solve for Hollywood” week on Poker After Dark, and looking ahead at some juicy lineups featuring John Cynn and Tony Miles!

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Aug 8, 2018

He’s funny, he’s hairy, and knows a lot about poker! He’s Joe Stapleton, and this week’s on the Heads Up with Remko Podcast. The Poker Central Podcast Network is sponsored by Keeps.com. Check out Keeps.com/PokerGO for more information on this subscription-based anti-hair loss medication.

  • 2:50 – The start of the interview with Joe Stapleton.
  • 4:10 – Looking at Joe’s work at the 2018 World Series of Poker, being on the sidelines during a plethora of events, and how he can no longer party all night and work all day.
  • 6:33 – Joe Stapleton looks back on his first World Series of Poker in 2005 with Scott Huff at CardPlayer.
  • 8:00 – That time Joe Stapleton eating Phil Hellmuth’s leftovers, and gambling his way through a summer on little sleep.
  • 12:00 – The lack of fun in reporting, and pivoting to producing and hosting videos.
  • 14:30 – The start of podcasts in poker, Scott Huff, Mike Matusow, PokerWire and the start of PokerRoad and PokerRoad Radio.
  • 17:30 – Stories from Joe’s time at PokerRoad, and whether or not it could’ve been more successful.
  • 20:45 – Remko tells the story of interviewing Phil Ivey after he won his 10th career bracelet.
  • 25:40 – Joe Stapleton’s Phil Ivey story, parting in Monte Carlo, Daniel Negreanu getting slapped in the face and wheeling him to his room after a drunk night out before the Super High Roller event.
  • 33:45 – The many jobs Stapes has had and is doing in poker.
  • 37:54 – How Joe Stapleton got his start on the European Poker Tour, hosting and commentating on the biggest tournament series outside of North America.
  • 43:30 – Joe Stapleton’s role as funny guy and poker expert and getting into legal trouble in the UK!
  • 49:40 – How Stapleton creates his jokes and gets his material, and what works and doesn’t work on TV.
  • 55:20 – How to deal with criticism, and what to do about the trolls and haters?
  • 57:50 – How much room is there to be funny during a serious poker event when the money is big and the pressure is on, and what are some of Stapleton’s worst moments on TV?
  • 1:03:05 – Joe Stapleton’s stand-up comedy aspirations and performing all over the world? 

Want to relive the 2018 World Series of Poker? Subscribe to PokerGO right now and enjoy more than 100 days of live poker action as well as an extensive library of on-demand content including every single episode of Poker After Dark.

 

Aug 2, 2018

The 2018 WSOP Main Event champion joins the Poker Central Podcast to talk about how his life changed after winning the biggest tournament of the year! 

  • 0:40 – Brent Hanks’ rodent problem and recovering from the WSOP.
  • 1:58 – The return of Poker After Dark with Matt Berkey and Garrett Adelstein.
  • 4:57 – Hand Histories is now available on PokerGO, Remko and Brent share their thoughts on the six hands that were featured with Daniel Negreanu, Joseph Cheong, Matt Affleck, Jeremy Ausmus, Brian Rast, and Bryan Piccioli.
  • 7:50 – Recapping the 2018 WSOP Main Event: Joe Cada’s insane run, our love for Kelly Minkin, John Cynn’s run, Michael Dyer's cereal and the emotions of Tony Miles.
  • 14:00 – The interview with 2018 WSOP Main Event champion John Cynn.
  • 17:00 – What’s it like to be the winner of the biggest poker tournament in the world and the fame that comes along with it, John Cynn describes.
  • 20:19 – John Cynn looks back on finishing 11th in 2016, and why that experience didn’t come with any regrets or pain.
  • 27:05 – Setting the record straight on how John’s last name is pronounced, and how his win is viewed by his Korea friends and family.
  • 30:55 – John Cynn on making his debut on Poker After Dark on PokerGO, and potentially playing in the Poker Masters.
  • 36:24 – Did John Cynn party at all after winning the WSOP Main Event? He tells the story.
  • 40:25 – The comradery with Tony Miles, the frustrations during the heads up and the coldness John experienced with Tony in the heat of the moment with all the money on the line.
  • 47:05 – Brent and Remko speculate on Tony Miles vs John Cynn.
  • 50:30 – Brent Hanks talks about his new role during Poker After Dark broadcasts. 

Watch Poker After Dark live on PokerGO and subscribe right now if you’ve haven’t already! PokerGO brings you more than 100 days of live poker action every single year, as well as an extensive on-demand library that includes every single episode that ever aired of Poker After Dark, as well as every WSOP Main Event from 2011 through 2018.

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