Poker Cast 412 - Doug Polk, Matthew Hilger & John Beauprez
Live from the Two Plus Two Studios - This week on the Pokercast: We’ve got three interviews! To start, we’re all in separate locations but link together to bring you that Pokercast goodness. Adam’s back home from the Matt Savage Invitational with stories of golf degeneracy, Terrence is in Washington flying in helicopters and sparring with UFC champions and Ross is at home losing money in his boxers. This week in the news: Adam follows up on the J. Moscow Poker Night In America allegations, The WSOP kicked off, The Super High Roller Bowl and more. Doug Polk is the first guest to join us to talk about his beef with Jason Mercier and his recent Twitch adventures. After Doug, Matthew Hilger joins us from Pokerstars to talk about the return of the $1M Spins, Pyramid, plus we talk about the separation of the Pokercast and Pokerstars. In the third segment we get to some of your mail with some Vegas recommendations for lower stakes tournaments and sports books. We also talk to PLOQuickpro’s John Beauprez about his grind this summer and how to approach PLO tournaments vs. cash games. The passwords and formats to the invitationals are included in the show as well!
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John Beauprez is an American poker pro and owner/operator of PLO Quick Pro. With a long list of poker accolades including a WSOP Bracelet and top 50 in the main event, John joins us in episode 396 to talk about how players can transition from Hold'em to Omaha and start winning more money! Learn more about John Beauprez
Douglas Polk - another gamer turned poker player, is best known by his online of WCGRider. Doug began his career as a small and micro stakes Full Ring grinder for years before discovering his talent for shorthanded and Heads-Up play. He moved up the stakes to become one of the most profitable nosebleed players. He ascension to the top of the online ladder has been remarkable to watch and it now sees him fearlessly battle the best the game has to offer. Doug is an outspoken and sometimes controversial figure in the poker community with a confident but affable persona. Originally from California, he currently splits his time between his house in Las Vegas and his online relocation residences in Vancouver, Canada and Mexico. While not known for live or tournament play, he made a deep run in the Heads-up event at the 2012 WSOP. Learn more about Douglas Polk