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High Stakes poker vet DGAF hit rock bottom in 2017, after twice rising to the top of the poker world. He embarks on his "3rd Rise" homeless, buried in debt, with no bankroll, and with bills piling up by the day. He also has "Poker PTSD" after too many years in the game and one entire year filled with coolers and bad beats... more


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4.8 out of 5 stars from 291 ratings
  • Rehashed content weeks late

    All this podcast is consists of audio from YouTube videos that were released a week earlier. How lazy can you be as a podcaster? We can just watch the YouTube videos and get this content a week earlier. Lame. What a hack

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  • The best!

    If you want to know the story,real story told as it is,not the glamorous poker pro story you are use to hear but the real thing with it’s highs and lows.DGAF is easy to listen to and the mood is really chill. more

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    Canada2 years ago
  • Easily a 5 star sans the psych psych

    I mean every psyche is for every person, which is nothing less then needed. I listen for hands….not psych for you ish…love love

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  • Great poker content even better life content

    This pod is a great listen for anyone even mildly interested in poker or has kids or likes sports or has a job or is looking for an escape. Pretty much anyone with a pulse should give this a listen and you will be drawn into the story. The sweat listening to the poker sessions is engaging and insightful with the best player descriptions anywhere! The inclusion of everything non-poker like coaching his kids basketball teams or the restaurants he visits really help to make this a pod about much mo... more

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    This podcast is about being a human first, and a poker pro second. The most important things in DGAF's life are his kids, his girlfriend, his podcast, and his life story. Only after that in importance comes the poker. You get to learn the man behind the mic: his humor, his foibles, his rage, and his huge heart. Just as all movies aren't about the plot, all poker content isn't about the poker. If you find yourself enjoying movies, books, and shows for the character development and growth and huma... more

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