Tao of Pokerati with Benjo Caribbean Adventure

by , Jan 6, 2009 | 2:02 pm

Pauly and Benjo escape from the bitter gray snow of NYC to report from the high-70s breezes and clear ocean skies of Paradise Island at the Atlantis Resort, where what looks to be the biggest poker tournament outside of the United States in all of history — the 2009 PCA — is getting underway. If poker is dying, that word clearly hasn’t made it yet to the Bahamas.

Follow the on-table action at PokerStarsBlog, and the off-table adventures at Tao of Poker and LV-OTR. Or just listen to Pauly’s report for a conchilicious taste of all the pokery gayness goodness going down right now in the Bermuda Triangle as the ever-French Benjo threatens to disappear sans a contract for podcast big-bucks:

Book 8: The Islanders
Episode 8.1: International Hotspot 3:25


6 Comments to “Tao of Pokerati with Benjo Caribbean Adventure”

  1. Garthmeister J.

    Hey Dan – I’m in Vegas for a week and a half (work-related) from tomorrow night. Shoot me an email or something, yo.

  2. DanM

    Garth, that is so good to hear. You must be here for the porn convention, huh?

    And you know, I have a recorder, too. All it takes for a good podcast, as evidenced above, is one half-baked poker media guy and a blogger with a foreign accent. Just sayin’ ….

    Supposedly longtime Pokerati commentor Jackie Trehorn is in town, too … and there’s discussion of finding a good tournament to play in on Saturday.

  3. Garthmeister J.

    I’m down for that – I was looking at playing a tournament on Saturday myself. garth_elliott at yahoo dot com dot au is the email address (remember the .au part), if you want to drop me a line – I don’t have your digits.

  4. DanM

    Garth, please … as if Pokerati’s secret robots aren’t capturing all sorts of data on you for future identity fraud use. Our machines will be in touch with your machines.

  5. DanM

    Garth — and Jackie, and Bundas … word on the street is that we’ll be hitting up the 2 pm Binion’s tourney on Saturday.

  6. Garthmeister J.

    Sounds good to me.