PokerCast Episode 180 - WSOP Coverage with Andrew Feldman & Shaun Deeb
Live from the 42nd World Series of Poker - The Two Plus Two PokerCast crew has invaded Las Vegas and the 42nd World Series of Poker Main Event to bring you live coverage of the most anticipated poker tournament of the year. Mike and Adam get things started by bringing you up to date on all the preliminary events and share some interesting side stories from the three completed day ones. ESPN's Inside Deal contributor Andrew Feldman joins the guys in their suite to talk about this years WSOP and give a sneak peek at the ESPN coverage of this year's tournament. Next to visit the PokerCast suite was Shaun Deeb and his grandmother to chat about playing this year's WSOP Main Event and what to expect moving forward. Also featured on the program was the interview recorded at the Two Plus Two party with presidential hopefully and friend to the game of poker Gary Johnson. Mike and Adam recap the party, all the crazy cash game action that took place and of course give away the password for the July 17th 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