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Original hosts Andrew Brokos and Nate Meyvis and frequent guest turned current host Carlos Welch look back on ten years of the Thinking Poker Podcast. How has poker changed? How has the podcast changed? How has the podcast changed poker? Plus, we rev... more
Josh Nixon was a student in the Boston Debate League when Andrew was the director. In the years since then, Josh been a serious Magic: The Gathering player, taken an interest in poker, and become a Program Director for the BDL. In this wide-ranging i... more
Jeopardy! champion Alex Jacob got his start in poker alongside Thinking Poker host emeritus Nate Meyvis, who also joins Andrew and Carlos for this conversation about poker, trivia, Jeopardy! strategy, and more.This week only, take 25% off Andrew and ... more
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Fantastic insight and great conversation surrounding poker! Love all of the guys. That being said, the audio quality is severely lacking (maybe it’s just me). Static noise, mic pops and general unclean sound makes it hard to hear some times. Nate’s mic is especially bad. Sorry for rant. Content is awesome, keep up the good work.
Been listening for a few years and really enjoy the analysis discussions as well as the hosts. Learn something new in each episode.
Tried 5 different ones and don’t even talk poker strategy. Terrible...
Remains the benchmark for all poker podcasts, great balance of entertainment with intellect. The kind of show that helps reaffirm your love for the game. Bravo!
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