Tao of Pokerati: Coup d’ Benjo

by , May 31, 2009 | 2:58 am

Benjo is back, just in time for the first ever “brasslet” ceremony, which raises a burning new question of poker etiquette that players never before had to consider: To stand or not to stand for the national anthem when you’re in the middle of a hand? Pauly and the Angry Frenchman also speculate on which will be the first non-American nation to book a WSOP win. I show up for the night shift, of course — just in time for hand-for-hand in the $40k — only to have Pauly fill me in on everything I missed between my arrival and my last reading of the Tao.

Tao of Pokerati at the 40th WSOP
Las Vegas, NV

Episode 11.5: Star-Spangled Hammer

Episode 11.6: Night Shift

2 Comments to “Tao of Pokerati: Coup d’ Benjo”

  1. Aaron A.

    Greg Raymer is like SUPER consistent since he won the Main Event… He always does well.

  2. DanM

    yeah, he really does bridge the gap between old-poker and new-poker … and online and live. i really like the brawl that’s shaping up between him and bonomo.