Pokercast 418 - 2016 November 9, Lon McEachern and John Beauprez
Live from the Two Plus Two Studios - This week on the Pokercast: The November 9 is set, and we have the familiar voice of Lon McEachern to talk about how the main event was from the spectator and media perspective this year around. To start, Terrence is road tripping while Adam and Ross are in the studio and we talk about Terrence’s travels and the end of his world series before getting into the news. In ICYMI this week, November (and October) 9 news, player profiles and stories including the fact that there are 2 known players at the final table this year, one of them is in the IPWOF and one could easily qualify. Other stories include Matt Damon talking about Rounders in a BBC interview. We are then joined by Lon McEachern to get the insiders take on the main event coverage this year. John Beauprez comes on after him to talk about his WSOP, hands from the $10k and $25k PLO, high stakes cash games and games that people with basic fundamentals could beat. In the third segment we get into some great end of WSOP tweets in 140 or less, your voicemails and emails from the Mailbag and a few hands from the Roscoe Report.
Music: For Pete Sake - House (2016), KOOL A.D. - Prove It (2016)
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
Lon McEachern is a sports broadcaster best known for his poker commentary during ESPN’s broadcasts of the WSOP. McEachern attended the University of California Santa Barbara, completing a degree in communications. McEachern joined ESPN’s poker commentary team in the late 1990s, and has held his current position alongside Norman Chad since 2003. Previously Lon has hosted and provided commentary for a wide range of sporting and gaming events, including martial arts, Scrabble, and billiards. Learn more about Lon McEachern