This week on the Poker Central Podcast we discuss everything that’s exciting in the world of poker. Brent and Remko roll through the new Poker Central Power Rankings, the Effing Five sees two major changes and they tackle the latest news on Phil Galfond’s Run it Once Poker launch, Bryn
Bryn Kenney takes the No. 1 spot, Phil Galfond goes from nowhere to No. 2, and much more! The Poker Central Power Rankings for Week 5 are here and there's plenty of notable news to get through to tie these rankings together!
Every week, Poker Central will release its own Poker
The U.S. Poker Open is just two weeks away, and right here on Poker Central, we are counting down to one of the most exciting high roller series of the year by talking to your favorite players and the biggest Championship contenders. Starting with one of the hottest players only
Starting this week, Poker Central will release its own Poker Power Rankings as the committee of five voters will make their selections based on who's hot in the game right now! Leading the ranking this week is Chino Rheem, who received a staggering four first-place votes and placing second on
This week on the Poker Central Podcast, Brent and Remko debut their own Poker Rankings lead by non-other than the man of the year so far, Chino Rheem! Also on the show, Brent tells a crazy Gavin Smith story, we look back on Poker After Dark’s The Escalator, and the
Brent and Remko think back of the epic poker career and life of Gavin Smith, they talk through Steve Albini’s Stories from the Felt episode that made it into Rolling Stone, and recap all things from the Bahamas.
Starting the show with the sad news of the unexpected passing of
On today’s show, interviews with Brian Altman about his great run and busting Phil Ivey in a hand many considered a blow-up, Scott Vener about finding the game of poker and the meaning of his deep run, James Obst about getting his mind and body right in the biggest spot
There’s something deeply exciting and captivating about watching Chino Rheem sit behind a large stack in the WSOP Main Event. With a Top 10 stack and right around 350 players remaining, it would come as no surprise to see the seventh-place finisher from 2008 go on another big run.