July 17, 2019
Pete, invites poker player Justin onto the show and takes 12 random questions from Justin's study group.
May 28, 2019
Pete explains the main idea behind his new Mental Game book, which he expects to release in a few months' time and gives out some advice for understanding why we struggle to adapt to the realm of poker.
March 18, 2019
Pete interviews one of his students, who is a successful lawyer, about how his competitve spirit and determination to win actually hurt his chances in poker and what mental game coaching has been needed to make progress.
March 11, 2019
Pete introduces his new free miniature course on 3-Betting while explaining what constitutes a sucessful approach to 3-Betting in the modern day.
January 31, 2019
Pete interviews one of his more successful students from the last few months of coaching. The discussion features what has gone right to make Nick's poker journey so seemingly painless. Learn how Nick transformed his game through coaching and what lessons he learned along the way.
November 26, 2018
Pete talks at length about the various ways in which you can have too little or too much variety and how important a concept variety is for the aspiring poker player.
November 15, 2018
Pete catches up with Dan, one of his first online poker buddies from 2009 and reminisces about the good old days before taking eight questions sent in by Dan's poker study group.
November 2, 2018
Pete delivers a crash course on how to avoid common mistakes when using a poker solver, while explaining the ideas behind his new exciting GTO solver based poker EMagazine PIO vs. Population.
August 15, 2018
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.
July 6, 2018
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.