Pokercast Episode 78 - On Location From 2+2 Party at Hard Rock Poker Lounge
Live from the Hard Rock Poker Lounge in Las Vegas - The Pokercast crew moved to the Hard Rock Poker Lounge to provide a taste of the Unofficial 2+2 Meet Up Party. The poker community came out by the hundreds for one the best events at this years WSOP. It was a who's who of 2+2'ers and well-known poker personalities. In between the food, cocktails and crazy poker action, Mike and Adam caught up with the likes of Lee Jones, Adam Junglen, Shaun Deeb, Tony Dunst, Isabelle Mercier and others...
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Shaun Deeb is a professional poker player from Troy, NY currently living in Las Vegas. Deeb launched his online tournament career from a single deposit of $30, which he parlayed into $33,000 in two weeks.
Deeb rose to internet poker fame and was known for the incredible multi-table tournament volume he could put in, as well as his ability to multi-tabling 30+ tournaments at one time. In addition to his multi-tabling prowess, Deeb was lauded for his ability to take a nightly $5 re-buy tournament as serious as he would a tournament with exponentially larger buy in. After dominating the online tournament scene for years, Shaun has now set his sights on playing in the largest live poker games in the world.Learn more about Shaun Deeb
George Dunst, commonly known as “Tony” is a professional poker player from Madison WI. Dunst is a popular poker blogger, authoring ‘Around The World in 90 Days’ which follows his global poker exploits.
Career highlights include more than 10 WSOP cashes, a first place finish at the Bellagio Cup IV and cashes throughout the world on his globe-trotting poker adventures. According to Hendon Mob, his live tournament winnings exceed $500,000.
Tony posts on 2+2 under the handle “bond18” and chronicles his adventures on his blog at TwoRags.com. Learn more about Tony Dunst
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