Pete interveiws his Student Ed, a recent engineering graduate and young professional poker player about his turbulent early career, reasons for his early success, and how variance affects our long-term prospects and attitudes towards the game.
Pete and his student Niall have a deep conversation about the correlations between poker and the geek gaming scene, covering topics from mistakes to the dangers of rule following.
Pete interviews his student Tuvya about his transition from backgammon player to poker player.
Pete interveiws his student and professional poker player Mike about the struggles and rewards of where dreams meet reality.
Peter brings his student Chris on to the show, a high stakes pro from pre Black Friday who is now reemerging and jumping back into the games. The discussion follows Chris's quest to adapt to the modern games and apply his old skills in the new world of GTO planning.
Pete and his student Anthony have a very in depth discussion about two more hands from the upcoming book.
Pete brings his student Jack on to the show and they discuss hands 17 and 56 from 100 Hands. These hands feature a poorly played hand from a student and a complicated reg vs. reg spot in a squeezed pot. The podcast then moves on to other fun topics and extends way past the normal length of the show.
Pete is finally in the end stages of creating his next book and the sequel to The Grinder's Manual. 100 Hands will be available for purchase in a few weeks' time. In this episode, Pete talks you through the ideas and aims behind the book, the skill level, the format, and why he thinks this book will help aspiring poker players tremendously. The wait is almost over!
Pete and his brand new student Laurie discuss two hands from Pete's new book 100 hands, which is due for release in late September.