Pokercast Episode 68 - Young Guns Special 2 with Adam Junglen & Andrew Lichtenberger
Live from the Two Plus Two Studios - The feature guest this week on Pokercast is young gun poker pro Adam Junglen. Adam comes on the program to talk about his early tournament success, live poker changes since turning 21 and his recent move to Las Vegas. Also featured on the young gun special is Leggo Poker pro Andrew 'luckychewy' Lichtenberger who discusses his heads-up tournament win and some important tips for those considering the move into heads-up play. Ali Nejad also chimes in this week with a hilarious story from a Party Poker Millions cruise on this weeks 'Story Time With'. Mike and Adam also talk some tournament news, forum static and of course give away the password for the April 26th Poker Stars VIP Club Invitational for Pokercast listeners. Discuss this Pokercast on the 2+2 Forums
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Adam Junglen is a professional online poker player and coach with PokerVT. Born October 19, 1987, Adam discovered poker at age 15. Starting his career as a network technician Adam soon realized he preferred the poker world to corporate culture.
Before turning 21, Junglen travelled to Canada and Europe to play tournaments. Since reaching legal age for US events, Junglen has taken the poker world by storm. In a few short years, Junglen has racked up over $600,000 in tournament winnings, including 2 WSOP cashes and a 4th place finish at the Doyle Brunson Five Diamond Poker classic. Learn more about Adam Junglen
Andrew Lichtenberger is a professional poker player and poker coach from East Northport, NY. Known by his online name “luckychewy,” Andrew began playing on PartyPoker at age 18. Once a self-described “break even” player, Andrew worked diligently on his game with the help of friends that includes the likes of “aejones”, “jimmie23”, “gp333” and “anksy”. He also spent considerable time in the 2+2 poker forums.
Andrew currently focuses on $25/$50 6-max and heads-up games but has recently added live tournament play to his repertoire. In 2009, Lictenberger finished 18th in the 2009 WSOP Main Event, 2nd in the $5000 No Limit Shootout, and won the 2010 WSOP Circuit event at Caesar’s Palace. In a few short years Andrew’s live tournament earnings have exceeded $6 million.
LuckyChewy has a new book out called "Yoga of Poker". Learn more about Andrew Lichtenberger