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We’re Back! We recap what we’ve been up to for the past 6 months during quarantine and discuss the short-term future of the podcast. We then give a brief overview of the current state of Vegas poker. Finally, we cover a pair of hands which demonstrate some factors to consider in whether to raise with a pair-plus-draw.…
 
After a replay of the info about the future of the podcast, this week’s hands start at 14:00. Two hands from Matt this week, both of which feature pretty massive exploits on the river. In the first, Matt makes an extremely thin value bet after picking up a timing tell from his opponent. In the second, he makes a big overfold using a read about the …
 
After a re-airing of the announcement track about the podcast’s future (please give a listen if you haven’t yet), it’s on to two of Matt’s hands at 14:00. Both find us asking what the bettor is representing. The first features Matt being the only one who can credibly represent a made draw, and the second […]…
 
Before this week’s episode, there is a very important announcement about the future of the podcast. Please make sure you give a listen. Then, at 15:00, it’s the return of Tracey and an interesting hand where she gets aggressive while under the influence of a few glasses of sake! Matt’s hand is at 36:10. He […]…
 
This week’s episode starts off with Matt’s hand. He calls in an expert (Tracey) on Donkleadology to help him decipher the meaning of Villain’s erratic play. Tracey is again covering a listener hand, which starts at 27:45. Our listener faces a very tricky, yet common spot on the turn: what to do with an otherwise […]…
 
We’re back! After the recent unpleasantness caused by Matt’s car accident, we are pleased to return for our 75th episode with two fresh new hands. Sadly, Tracey hasn’t had a chance to play since we’ve been down to just one car. However, she presents an interesting listener hand this week (start of the episode) featuring […]…
 
Unfortunately, no main podcast this week, but we wanted to put out a brief clip explaining why. Bottom line: Matt was in a very bad car accident this week and has been recovering. We hope to be back at it next week, provided we can get enough hands to cover in what will be another […]His and Hers Poker による
 
Yes, Tracey is back from her business trip to NJ and is ready to talk some hands! The episode begins with her thoughts about playing at the Borgata again and an Our Two Chips review of the cash games at the Rio during the WSOP. Tracey’s hand starts at 12:00. She faces a turn donk […]His and Hers Poker による
 
At the start of the episode, Matt shares his recent struggles caused (in part) by the WSOP starting in Vegas. He also discusses some bankroll management thoughts brought on by the necessity of needing to play up a level. This week’s first hand starts at 13:50. Matt discusses a situation where two pair is actually […]…
 
Tracey is away on a business trip, so it’s a double dose of Matt this week. The first hand features a very unusual flop play from his opponent and an action packed turn card. The second hand (starting at 28:45) is a spot we’ve never covered before on the podcast: a bomb pot!His and Hers Poker による
 
After this week’s two hands (starting at 42:50), Matt gets on the soapbox and explains why if you’re not “judging” people at the poker table, you’re doing it wrong. Tracey’s hand is at the start of the episode. She faces two spots where a raise is a possible option. See if you agree with her […]His and Hers Poker による
 
Tracey and Matt continue to learn how the play in Vegas differs from Atlantic City, and this week’s hands provide two good examples. First, at the beginning of the episode, we have an Our Two Chips review of the Red Rock Casino from Tracey. Matt’s hand begins at 7:40. A turn check raise and a […]His and Hers Poker による
 
This week, it’s the return of hands played by Matt and Tracey! But, first, we have a brief overview of what we’ve discovered so far about the rooms in Vegas and the overall style of play. Tracey’s hand starts at 17:15. In a somewhat shorter hand, she finds a good spot to exploit a tendency […]His and Hers Poker による
 
We’re BACK! After a roughly one month hiatus, we’ve finally gotten things squared away after our move out to Las Vegas. This week’s episode begins with the brief version of our experiences over the last month and our impressions so far of living and playing in Vegas. To thank our listeners for their patience, this […]…
 
This is it, our last episode from New Jersey! Next time we broadcast, it will be from our new home in fabulous Las Vegas! The episode starts with some news and notes about our impending move and what to expect from the podcast in the upcoming weeks. Then, it’s on to two of Matt’s hands […]His and Hers Poker による
 
Tracey has the start of a cold, so it’s just Matt this week. To try to make up for the solo act, he brings a series of FOUR hands against tournament fish! Follow along as he makes some real-time adjustments to the terrible imbalances of the clowns from the tournament circus.His and Hers Poker による
 
This week’s episode begins with an announcement that you won’t want to miss! Tracey’s hand starts at 9:30. She has a premium vs premium situation against a player with an incredibly narrow range. Is it too ambitious to go for max value with just an overpair? Matt’s hand starts at 23:45. He has a good […]…
 
This week, both of our hands feature an examination of a spot where the line taken was good, but another line may have been even better. Matt’s hand is at the beginning of the episode. He makes a speculative call on the flop with backdoor draws. When his opponent puts in a tiny turn bet, […]His and Hers Poker による
 
Not only are both of this week’s hands pretty interesting, they both offer a chance to review some poker math techniques! Tracey’s hand is at the start of the episode. She has a massive draw against a player who bets very tiny. She’s getting the right price to call, but would a raise be even […]His and Hers Poker による
 
The title says it all, as both hands this week feature challenging spots caused by raises on the river. Let’s see what our heroes make of them. Matt’s hand starts at the beginning of the episode. He sets a trap on the flop, but then wonders if it caught more than he bargained for when […]His and Hers Poker による
 
Yes, you read that correctly! It’s a momentous day, as the world’s biggest hater of donk leads actually makes one in his hand! Tracey’s hand is at the start of the episode. A double-barreled draw completes on the river. However, a strange river line by Villain leaves our heroine with some serious questions. Matt’s hand […]…
 
It’s our 50th episode and we’ve got two golden hands for you! In both, an opponent takes an action on the turn which seems completely impossible. What do you do when logic completely fails? Matt’s hand is at the start of the episode. It is another “observer hand” that occurred at his table, but that […]…
 
Another week of the Borgata Open means it’s time for more hands against tourney players. Will our heroes give thanks for them, or wish they’d just go home like that one drunken uncle (you know the one). Tracey’s hand begins at 3:15. An unexpected pair of flop calls leaves her wondering how thin to bet […]…
 
“Matt’s hand” is a little different this week, and it begins at 3:15. We usually don’t discuss hands (other than listener submitted hands) where one of the hosts wasn’t an active participant. However, Matt saw a hand at his table this past week that was so interesting that he had to bring it for discussion. […]…
 
Since we were out of town last weekend, we dug deep into our notebooks and found two interesting hands from prior weeks to discuss on this’s week’s episode. We start off this week with a brief plug for a holiday season charity run by a pro poker friend from the Borgata. You can check it […]His and Hers Poker による
 
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