Pokercast Episode 93 - Eric "Sheets" Haber & Story Time with Neil Channing
Live from the Two Plus Two Studios - The feature guest this week on the Two Plus Two Pokercast is professional poker player and lead instructor at Poker X Factor Eric "Sheets" Haber. Eric gets into some hard truths about the pros and cons of being a live tournament pro, talks about his player staking endeavors and even answers some questions from the Two Plus Two forums. Irish Poker Open Champion Neil Channing shares two great stories in another edition of "Story Time With". Aaron Jones aka aejones provides some more great poker strategy about "Explotation" in this weeks Leggo Poker strategy segment. David is back again talking about tournament rules in another edition of the Sklansky Minute. Mike and Adam also discuss forum static and of course gives away the password for the October 25th Poker Stars VIP Club Invitational for Pokercast listeners. Discuss this Pokercast on the 2+2 Forums
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Neil Channing is a professional poker player and author from Reading, UK currently living in London. Born December 9, 1967, Channing was employed as a bookmaker at various UK racecourses before pursuing professional poker.
Channing is a regular contributor to Bluff Europe magazine and co-founded the site Black Bet Poker, where he also maintains a blog.
Career highlights include 17 WSOP cashes, the title for the 2008 Irish Poker Open, and cashes on the EPT, Grosvenor UK Poker Tour in addition to other UK based events. According to the Hendon Mob database, Channing’s live winnings exceed $2.7 million. Learn more about Neil Channing
Eric Haber, born January 11th, 1967, is a professional poker player and hedge fund manager from Syosset, NY. Eric is more commonly know by his online name “sheets” and is one half of the staking operation “Sheets & Bax” (along with Cliff “JohnnyBax” Josephy).
Haber cofounded the poker training site “PokerXFactor.com”, which was also a joint endeavor with Josephy. According to Hendon Mob, Haber’s live tournament earnings approach $900,000. Despite substantial live success, Eric is still known as a highly ranked Internet tournament player. Learn more about Erik Haber