PokerCast - Poker Radio for Advanced Listeners
Episode #331 - September 12th, 2014
Pokercast Episode 331 - Limon, Mike Leah and the 2014 Poker Hall of fame nominations
Live from the Two Plus Two Studios - Terrence Chan is back in the studio co-hosting with Adam as the guys tackle all the happenings in the poker universe this week. Abe "Limon" gets on the line for the feature interview to talk about grinding live PLO Cash in Los Angeles and tells some truly ridiculous stories that only a man who has spent a considerable amount of time in southern California card rooms could tell. Abe also talks about his involvement in Bart Hanson’s crushlivepoker.com and whether or not PLO could be the most popular game in North America. Mike "GoLeafsGoEh" Leah joins the show fresh off a $1M paycheck for finishing 2nd to Dan Colman at the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open. Mike talks about his run at the tournament, the guarantee that wasn’t met and talks about Coleman’s play at the final table. Adam and Terrance also talk about Coleman’s ridiculous winning spree. We take a minute to switch games and talk about the upcoming $1M guaranteed Chess Tournament with PokerStars Mind Sports Ambassador, Jennifer Shahade. Jen talks about the issues that chess faces in becoming a game played with large cash prizes, as well as her own tournament she will be hosting that combines chess and poker. Adam and Terrance discuss the 2014 Poker Hall of Fame nominations, then take a stroll down page one of the News, Views and Gossip forum. Lee Jones also checks in from the Isle of Man to talk about WCOOP and what else is going on at PokerStars and finally the guy give out the password for the Sept 14 Pokerstars invitational for Pokercast listeners.
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Canadian Mike Leah is one of the most accomplished mixed game players on the poker circuit today. The former sales manager was introduced to the game in 2005 and by 2006 he was already crushing both live and online poker tournaments. By 2008, he left the corporate world to become a professional poker player. Learn more about Mike Leah