In the early days of poker, the only place players could hear stories, news, or talk to other grinders was at the tables. With the rise of podcasts over the last several years, that has changed considerably.
Some shows are based on strategy or news, while others are simply for entertainment. The great thing about podcasts is they are generally posted as free content. As podcasts continue to grow in popularity, here are six shows players may want to add to their commute.
This is one of the newest podcasts and it is hosted by Robbie Strazynski, founder of CardplayerLifestyle.com The podcast takes a unique approach by presenting a poker round table discussion. Previous guests include such poker elites as Phil Galfond and Daniel Negreanu.
The show debuted the official launch of Twitch’s official exclusive poker channel. Strazynski plays host to such topics as:
- The return of live poker after the pandemic.
- Collusion issues in the online poker realm.
- What’s happening in the online poker community.
This podcast is hosted by mindset coach and author Elliot Roe and is distributed monthly. In each show, Roe invites talks with a poker pro about how to improve your mindset and become a better player.
The host was featured in Jonathan Little’s book Excelling at No Limit Hold’em. Roe was highlighted under the mental game section, authoring the chapter Hypnotherapy for a Successful Mindset.
New podcast episode is live!
This week, Melissa Burr @burrrrrberry opens up about the mental health struggles that many poker players face, and shares details on an upcoming documentary on the subject.
Listen to the full episode here:https://t.co/f93u4QlSqq
— PokerMindCoach (@pokermindcoach) November 26, 2020
Three hosts are featured on the DAT Poker Podcast. The show includes DanielNegreanu, Adam Schwartz, and Terrence Chan (hence the DAT
in the title). The podcast generally comes out twice monthly with the hosts debating issues about the industry, poker news, and some strategy.
A unique part of the show is when they entertain voicemail questions. Fans can call in and leave a question via voicemail, and the hosts answer the questions in the next episode.
This show runs weekly and poker player and comedian Clayton Fletcher mans the microphone for the hosting duties. The podcast focuses mainly on multi-table tournament strategies. Fletcher invites multiple pros on his show to talk about the ever-changing dynamic of tournament poker.
TPE also touches on general poker news from tournaments and events in the industry. The show has the distinction as one of the longest running strategy podcasts in the game, more than a decade.
It’s not easy to make a comedian laugh but @MikeSneideman
Tales of #strippers, secret SoCal home games, and a big #WSOP spot vs. @olivierbusquet on the latest @TournPokerEdgehttps://t.co/cZm8FERfJC#poker #WSOP
— Clayton Fletcher (@claytoncomic) December 5, 2020
Dr. Tricia Cardner and Gareth James host Poker on the Mind. Cardner is the author of multiple poker books including Positive Poker. The podcast dives into the mind and helps players create an edge in their mental game.
POTM has more than 80 episodes dating back to 2017. The show drops about every other week. It’s an interesting listen hearing Cardner and James highlight mental strength through their discussions.
It’s Monday, which means it’s time for a brand new episode!
***Episode 84 – Self-Help Books and Bluffing the River***@gazelligpoker and @DrTriciaCardner discuss an interesting river bluff spot and chat about a couple of interesting self-help books.https://t.co/QLAWfo57yn
— ? Poker On The Mind ??? (@PokerOnTheMind) November 30, 2020
Nerdthusiast may be the new kids on the block, but the hosts have been around the poker scene since the Moneymaker boom. The monthly show focuses on the recreational player by discussing:
One highlight of the show is a monthly gambling movie review. Host Brian Keane breaks down his thoughts on some rare poker films each month. Keane also has been doing monthly updates about COVID-19 protocols at various casinos.