Pokercast 359 - Lance Bradley, “Scotty Nguyen”, News Views and Mail!
Live from the Two Plus Two Studios - Live from the Two Plus Two Studios - This week on the Pokercast: The gang is back in the studio together after missing a week, so naturally there’s a buildup of content to get to! To kick it off Adam and Terrence share their views on the passing of David “Devilfish” Ulliot, Ross has a trip report from his trip to NYC and the guys are excited about the start of the NHL playoffs. Adam shares his frustration with trying Jason Koon’s manly morning routine and Terrence offers an easier way before jumping into “In Case You Missed It”. This week’s top stories are: The WSOP’s change to media credentials allowing them to censor social media, reactions to the awful televised slowroll from the Irish Open last week, the TDA summit, a poker player crushes jeopardy, Jamie Staples signs to PokerStars, Angela Jordison wins 3 live tournaments in 3 days and Phil Ivey appears in a car commercial. In the second segment this we get a surprise in studio visit from Scotty Nguyen who joins us to share some choice words. Scotty bounces out pretty quickly, but The Bluff Power 20 Ballot is out and has some interesting names from the poker world were included. We bring in Lance Bradley, editor in chief of Bluff Magazine to talk about the most powerful people in poker this year and more. Steve Day then joins us to talk about the huge $1M Sunday Storm coming up this sunday and other happenings at stars this week. In the last segment we’ve got a bunch of your mail to get to since we missed a week. Adam has some shout outs from the forum and we jump in to “Maibag”. The guys review poker hands and talk strat more than we usually do, a few from listeners and a couple from Ross. Lastly, the guys read their favourite tweets from the poker world, and listen for the password and format to this week’s pokercast invitational!
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Lance Bradley was named Editor in Chief of Bluff Magazine in 2009. has been working in the poker industry for over 10 years. From 2004 until 2006 he was the Poker Room Manager for online poker room Bodog.com. From there he developed and edited ThePokerBiz.com before joining Bluff as the Managing Editor in February 2008. His previous responsibilities with Bluff included overseeing the news content of BluffMagazine.com and WorldSeriesofPoker.com. Learn more about Lance Bradley