Hit and Run: Jake Cody Details Robbery While Skinny Dipping; Ohio Introduces DFS Bill
Popular vlogger Jake Cody discusses a robbery while skinny dipping. Ohio is the latest state to introduce daily fantasy sports legislation. These stories and more are in the Tuesday edition of the Hit and Run.
Jake Cody Recounts Skinny Dipping Robbery During EPT
Poker Vlogger Jake Cody has released the latest episode of his popular YouTube series where we details the life and times of a professional poker player.
In this most recent episode, Cody spends the majority of the time answering questions from viewers of the vlog. Among the topics Cody addresses, is the biggest pot he ever played as well as the hardest thing about being a professional an online poker player.
What may be the most interesting aspect of this question and answer session is his recounting of a story that took place while skinny dipping five or six years ago during a break during the EPT in Barcelona. Check it all out in the December 7th episode.
– A bill legalizing daily fantasy sports has been introduced in Ohio, where it is expected to be looked at next year. The new legislation would give regulators the authority to regulate DFS in the state. An initial $30,000 license and $30,000 renewal fee every three years would be among the requirements for DFS sites to operate in the state.
– PTP’s Alex Weldon takes a look at PartyPoker’s new Fast Five and whether the game is really the crapshot it seems or a skill game in disguise.
– A good article on the poker player and blackjack player lifestyle is making the rounds. In the article, Cat Hulbert explains how she got rich off of beating the casinos and male opponents. There may even be a David Sklansky reference or two.
– Missed the EPT Prague Super High Roller? Check out a replay of the final table below: