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Thinking Poker

Andrew Brokos

Weekly poker podcast featuring interviews with both famous and behind-the-scenes figures from the poker world, as well as a poker strategy segment.

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Latest Episodes

Darius Studdard’s poker career really took off when he joined a study group first discussed in our interview with Sundiata Devore. We discuss effective and efficient studying, hustle culture (with the help of Gloria Jackson), shot taking, home games,... more

3 days ago

Daniel Levine is a long-time Texas poker player, with experience in both the current card rooms and the underground games that preceded them. He’s also got experience with stuttering, debt, campus activism, and hip hop, making him an incredibly insig... more

17 days ago

Charlie Wilmoth made the financially responsible decision to leave a career as a musician and baseball writer and begin a career as a professional poker player. He documents this journey with remarkable candor on his Third Man Walking podcast, and in... more

24 days ago

Sundiata DeVore is a serious student of poker. In early 2023, all that studying paid off with a (nearly) seven-figure score, and he hasn’t slowed down since. In this interview, he shares his journey with Carlos and Andrew, including the secret to how... more

a month ago


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4.8 out of 5 stars from 460 ratings
  • Great poker podcast

    Great podcast, very informative and interesting- a must listen for poker fans and those looking to improve

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago
  • The Best

    The best poker podcast, and it's not close.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States8 months ago
  • Great Podcast, Hosts

    Love this podcast, especially the hosts. They’re knowledgeable, thoughtful, & engaging with their guests. Love their attention to underrepresented players & voices in poker. Great job guys.

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    John Roland Jr
    United Statesa year ago
  • Still the best

    Thinking Poker has been the most interesting, thoughtful, and thought-provoking podcast since it started 400 episodes ago (yes I’ve been listening the whole time). And it still is. more

    Apple Podcasts
    Australiaa year ago
  • Love the show

    Have been listening for years when it was Andrew and Nate. I miss hearing Nate’s take and insight but Carlos has been a perfect person to take over. The strategy is great and the interviews have been amazing. Thank you. Keep up the great work.

    Apple Podcasts
    Canadaa year ago

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#116 Canada/Leisure/Games
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#240 United Kingdom/Leisure/Games
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#124 Australia/Leisure/Games
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#143 France/Leisure/Games


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