PokerCast Episode 131 - 2+2 WSOP Party Show with Brendan Taylor, Ben Yu, Allen Kessler, Lee Jones & Many More
Live from the Aria Resort & Casino - On this episode of the Two Plus Two PokerCast Mike and Adam provide more great coverage of the 41st WSOP live from the Aria Resort Casino and the annual Two Plus Two Party. Hundreds of 2+2'ers made it out for this years event and many of them got a chance to sit down with the guys and talk some poker including Shaun Deeb, Lee Jones, Allen 'Chainsaw' Kessler, Steve 'Renodoc' Friedlander and even some of the Aria staff. They also were lucky enough to sit down with PokerStars Big Game lose cannon Will Davis to discuss his appearance on the latest televised cash game. Mike and Adam also threw a headset on $1500 Limit Shoot-Out bracelet winner Brendan Taylor and runner-up Ben Yu to chat about the event and the star-studded final table. Mike and Adam also discuss forum static, some poker gossip and give away the password for the July 11th Poker Stars VIP Club Invitational for Pokercast listeners. Discuss this Pokercast on the 2+2 Forums
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Shaun Deeb is a professional poker player from Troy, NY currently living in Las Vegas. Deeb launched his online tournament career from a single deposit of $30, which he parlayed into $33,000 in two weeks.
Deeb rose to internet poker fame and was known for the incredible multi-table tournament volume he could put in, as well as his ability to multi-tabling 30+ tournaments at one time. In addition to his multi-tabling prowess, Deeb was lauded for his ability to take a nightly $5 re-buy tournament as serious as he would a tournament with exponentially larger buy in. After dominating the online tournament scene for years, Shaun has now set his sights on playing in the largest live poker games in the world.Learn more about Shaun Deeb
Lee Jones has been involved in the commercial poker industry for over 20 years, beginning his career as an amateur player at the Garden City and Bay 101 poker clubs in San Jose, California. In 2003, Lee was named poker room manager for PokerStars and currently works in the Home Games division. In 1994, he wrote Winning Low Limit Hold’em, still considered a must read for any new Limit Hold'em player. Learn more about Lee Jones