PokerCast Episode 150 - Alan Boston & Jean-Robert Bellande
Live from the Two Plus Two Studios - This week on the Two Plus Two PokerCast professional college basketball handicapper and 7 card stud expert Alan Boston makes his return appearance on the program to provide his insight on the new college season, share some great stories about his late friend Stu Ungar and take us through a typical day in the life of Alan Boston. Mike and Adam also connect with poker pro, pool shark and twitter dynamo Jean-Robert Bellande to chat about some of the high stakes cash game action thats going on in Ivey's Room at Aria. Leggo Poker coach Aaron 'aejones' provides some more great poker strategy about 'Creativity' in this weeks Leggo Poker/Deuces Cracked strategy segment. The guys also discuss forum static including the price former WSOP champ Peter Eastgate got for his 2008 Main Event bracelet, provide tournament coverage and of course give away the passwords for the December 5th Poker Stars VIP Club Invitational for PokerCast listeners. Discuss this Pokercast on the 2+2 Forums
PokerCast Theme - Demitone Productions Inc. © 2007 : City With No Children - Arcade Fire - Suburbs © 2010 : Long Distance Call - Phoenix - It's Never Been Like That © 2006 : The Quick & The Dead - Bedouin Soundclash - Light The Horizon © 2010 :
Alan Boston is a professional sports bettor and world renowned college basketball handicapper. Alan has played in the World Series of Poker for more than a decade and has many top 20 finishes. His best result is a second place finish in the $2,500 7-Card Stud tournament. In addition, he has two third-place finishes and one fourth place in 7-Card Stud. Learn more about Alan Boston
Jean-Robert F. Bellande, born Sept. 17th 1970, is a nightclub owner and poker player from Long Island, New York who is currently living in Las Vegas. He attended Azusa Pacific University, completing a Bachelor of Arts in marketing.
Following his initial public exposure during a WSOP circuit event in 2005 (in which he finished third) Bellande would go on to become a contest in 2007’s “Survivor China”. He was voted off in eighth place.
Jean-Robert holds 9 WSOP and 2 WPT cashes. He finished runner-up in the 2008 WSOP $1500 Limit Hold’em Shootout event. Bellande’s tournament winnings are estimated to exceed $1 million. Learn more about Jean-Robert Bellande