PokerCast Episode 270 - WSOP Preview & Moneymaker Boom 10th Anniversary
Live from the Two Plus Two Studios - The feature guest this week on the Two Plus Two PokerCast is 441 Productions Executive Producer and Emmy Award Winner Matt Maranz. Matt joins the Pokercast on the eve of the 2013 WSOP to discuss the event that changed the poker world forever, the 2003 Main Event won by Chris Moneymaker. Regular contributor Terrence Chan joins Mike and Adam to set the stage for the 44th annual WSOP. Mike and Adam also connect with Pokerstars Head Of Communications Lee Jones, to talk about an incredible finish to the 2013 SCOOP series including a Main Event win by online superstar Viktor Blom. In this week's Cardrunners strategy segment, video coach Rick Mast discusses continuation betting. In forum static, Mike and Adam discuss possible hacking of online e-wallet accounts and provide an update on the Full Tilt Poker remission process. The guys of course give away the password for the June 2nd Poker Stars VIP Club Invitational for PokerCast listeners.
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Terrence Chan is professional poker player from Vancouver, Canada. Terrence is a former Pokerstars employee. Chan left Pokerstars to pursue the game full-time.
Terrence is perhaps best know for his impressive performance in the 2009 Pokerstars SCOOOP series where he won two limit hold’em events simultaneously – the $500 medium buy in and the $5000 high buy in.
Other career highlights include 15 WSOP cashes (primarily in limit), including two 2010 limit final tables. Chan’s poker resume is rounded out by cashes on the WPT an APPT title as well as an assortment of deep runs in other international and local tournaments.
Terrence’s live cashes exceed $800,000 in addition to his impressive online resume.
Currently Chan can be found playing online at Pokerstars under the screenname “unassigned,” and posts on 2+2 under the handle “tchan.” Learn more about Terrence Chan
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