PokerCast Episode 158 - Bart Hanson & Shaun Deeb
Live from the Two Plus Two Studios - The feature guest this week on the Two Plus Two PokerCast is poker player and broadcaster Bart Hanson. Bart joins Mike and Adam to talk about his highly acclaimed Deuces Cracked podcast 'Deuce Plays' and the long awaited return of 'Live at the Bike,' a show dedicated to high stakes cash games at the Bicycle Casino. The guys also connect with friend of the show and tournament specialist Shaun Deeb to hear about his strong performance at the PCA, final tabling in Florida while playing both live and online at the same time and what multi-entry tournaments could do to the poker economy. Deuces Cracked coach 'Slowlane123' provides some more great poker strategy about 'Rush Poker Stealing' in this weeks Leggo Poker/Deuces Cracked strategy segment. PokerCast forum moderator and league commissioner Johnny Douglas makes a return appearance to the program for a PCL Season 11 preview. Mike and Adam also wrap up the Aussie Millions, provide coverage of EPT Deauville, preview isildur1's next potential Showdown opponent and of course give away the password for the February 6th 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