The Poker Beat

by , Mar 20, 2009 | 5:19 am

For those who missed it live yesterday … this week’s episode employs a slimmed down cast with just me and Gary Wise, which is kinda like the difference between The Beatles and Wings, but still … with BJ, Parvis, and Ringo off on other ventures, Gary, Huff, and I break down in nitty-gritty detail whether or not Vivek Rajkumar is just a flash in the pan, the $10k field sizes of Bay 101 vs. the Wynn Classic, Dream Team Poker, and Greg Raymer’s ambassadorial efforts on behalf of the PPA. But really, I probably shouldn’t be saying this, but you can skip all that and just listen to the last few minutes for Joe Stapleton’s “Tight Laydown” … I’m starting to believe more and more that the whole “show” we poker journos do really is just an elaborate set-up for the real show, which starts somewhere around the 58th minute.

(Plus “the Insider”, too!)

The Poker Beat
Huff, Michalski, Wise, Stapleton
3/19/09

[audio:http://www.pokerroad.com/upload/radio/23/audio/TPB_03_19_09.mp3]

4 Comments to “The Poker Beat”


  1. scott diamond
    says:

    As I posted in the PR Forum, it is now the 60 Minutes of radio! good show


  2. DanM
    says:

    ***it is now the 60 Minutes of radio!***

    i think it’s very sad when people drink too much.


  3. scott diamond
    says:

    I only had TWO!


  4. Short-Stacked Shamus
    says:

    No, Scott is right. I listened and this show was almost exactly 60 minutes of radio.