Pokercast Episode 35 - Ariel Schneller & Steve Albini
Live from the Two Plus Two Studios - The featured guest on Pokercast this week is Ariel "FoxwoodsFiend" Schneller, a high stakes poker pro and Two Plus Two member. Ariel talked about several topics including his rise to the nose bleed stakes, this years WSOP and his run-in with Phil Hellmuth. Also featured on the program is avid Two Plus Two poster and record producer Steve Albini. Steve talked to the guys from Bobby's Room in the Bellagio about his love for poker and how he got involved with the forums. Mike and Adam also talk some tournament news, forum static and of course give away the password for the August 17th Poker Stars VIP Club freeroll. Discuss this Pokercast on the 2+2 Forums
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Born July 22, 1962, Steve Albini is an audio engineer, singer, songwriter, guitarist, producer, and music journalist. He attended Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. He estimates engineering 1500 to 2000 albums during his time as a music professional. Most of this work was for relatively obscure artists. Well-known artists bearing Albini’s credit include Pixies, Nirvana, Whitehouse, Superchunk, PJ Harvey, Mono, 54-71, Om, Bush, Joanna Newsom, Nina Nastasia, Cheap Trick, Page and Plant, Neurosis, and The Stooges.
Albini describes himself as holding his own in 7 card stud and being a prolific donator in No Limit Hold’em. He posts on 2+2 under the handle “electrical.” Learn more about Steve Albini
Ariel Schneller (also known as ‘FoxwoodsFiend’) is a professional poker player and poker coach from Blacksburg, VA. Before pursuing poker full-time, Ariel completed a degree in philosophy from Yale in 2006 where he was also accepted for Law.
Schneller is a cash game specialist, playing in the biggest games online and live. He was a member of “Team Israel” with Jason Rosenkrantz et al.
Ariel is an executive producer at DeucesCracked.com and maintains his blog at FoxwoodsFiend.com. Learn more about Ariel Schneller