Manage episode 318797624 series 1039674
In the latest PokerNews Podcast, Sarah Herring and Chad Holloway discuss Phil Hellmuth defeating Tom Dwan in Round 3 of the High Stakes Duel III, plans for Bally's to rebrand as Horseshoe Las Vegas in time for the 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP), and Alex Yen winning the World Poker Tour (WPT) Lucky Hearts Poker Open for nearly $1 million.
They also highlight other winners from South Florida, including Farid Jattin and Scott Baumstein, WSOP Circuit results from both Thunder Valley and King's Rozvadov, and remember some celebrities and players who recently passed away.
Time Stamps *Time|Topic* 00:24 | Welcome to the show 01:40 | Sponsor: Unibet 02:00 | Phil Hellmuth defeats Tom Dwan in High Stakes Duel III Round 3 04:40 | Hellmuth keeps showing he’s a boss 05:30 | Bally’s rebranding to Horseshoe Las Vegas in time for WSOP 08:50 | Alex Yen wins WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open for nearly $1 million 11:30 | Bronshtein, Jattin & Jonathan Jaffe among side event winners 12:56 | Will Seminole Hard Rock events come to Vegas? 13:52 | Sponsor: Natural 8 14:22 | Jerry Yang makes run at WSOP Circuit Thunder Valley Main Event ring 15:20 | Other gold ring winners from the WSOPC Thunder Valley 16:15 | Feyzullah Karaarslan wins 2022 WSOPC Rozvadov €1,700 Main Event for €204,053 17:30 | Sarah’s thoughts on the WSOP Circuit being split 19:40 | Nick Petrangelo wins last two events of the Stairway to Millions 22:10 | What can we do as an industry to promote up-and-coming players? 25:00 | Documentary on Mike “BrockLesnar” Holtz is now out! 29:30 | Comedian Louie Anderson passes away; once represented PokerStars 32:33 | The time PokerNews got to meet Meatloaf 34:34 | RGPS regular Paul Strohm passes away 36:08 | Upcoming guests – Jesse Lonis & Houston Curtis 38:17 | bestbet Jacksonville Winter Open kicks off