PokerCast Episode 185 - Greg FBT Mueller, Shaun Deeb & Rich Muny
Live from the Two Plus Two Studios - This week on the Two Plus Two PokerCast Mike and Adam start things off by covering all the gossip surrounding the inaugural Epic Poker League champion David 'Chino' Rheem. The guys connect with Greg FBT Mueller, who was at the final table to get his take on the spectacle that occurred after Chino won. Next Mike and Adam got poker pro and friend of the show Shaun Deeb on the line to talk about his WSOP Main Event bust out hand which recently aired on ESPN. Talk about the Jose "Girah" Macedo cheating scandal continued this week featuring NVG moderator 'SGT RJ' providing the latest developments in this ongoing story. Rich Muny, vice president of player relations for the Poker Players Alliance makes a return visit to chat about the continuing battle for online poker regulation in America. Mike and Adam recap the Comedy Madness "sweet sixteen" and of course give away the password for the August 28th Poker Stars VIP Club Invitational for PokerCast listeners. Discuss this Pokercast on the 2+2 Forums
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Greg Mueller is a professional poker player from Vancouver, Canada. Greg discovered poker on road trips during his first career as a professional hockey player in Europe.
Known by his online handle ‘FBT’ (for “Full Blown Tilt”), Mueller has built an impressive tournament resume for himself since retiring from hockey. He holds 2 WSOP bracelets (both in limit events), 19 WSOP cashes, and 1 WPT final table. His live tournament earnings exceed $1.7 million.
Mueller is a Full Tilt Poker Pro. Learn more about Greg Mueller
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
Rich “TheEngineer” Muny is an engineer, poker player, and columnist for BigGovernment.com. A long time conservative-libertarian who grew disenchanted with the big government, big spending ways of the GOP leadership of the early 2000s, Rich became active in grassroots poker advocacy efforts while also becoming a prolific blogger on conservative-libertarian political issues. Rich has been a tireless advocate for poker rights since passage of the UIGEA, and he has successfully organized like-minded poker enthusiasts to work together on many campaigns for poker rights. These efforts led to his being named to the Board of Directors in 2007. Rich also serves as the PPA Kentucky State Director. Learn more about Rich Muny