Mike McDonald visits the PartTimePoker Podcast to discuss his new business Pokershares, the latest man-vs.-machine poker contest, the sustainability of high rollers, and whether PokerStars satellites have become unbeatable.
British poker blogger Kat Arnsby joins Alex Weldon and Andrew Barber to discuss the controversial firing of Martin Derbyshire from PokerNews, as well as upcoming changes at PokerStars, poker cruises, Twitter fights and more.
Guest Adam Small thinks that WSOP Main Event Champ Qui Nguyen was just mashing buttons at the final table, and that's a good thing. When it comes to Donald Trump button-mashing his way to the presidency, we're not so sure. Also discussed: the failure of the PokerStars Festival in New Jersey.
Andrew Barber debates online tournament wizard and Trump supporter Bryan Paris, with co-host Alex Weldon moderating. Nine questions are asked, with topics including: the Obama administration, race relations, civil disobedience, the current candidates, the possibilities for a Trump presidency, the media, the electoral system, government spending, and foreign policy.
It's been many weeks since the last podcast, but Alex and Andrew are back with their longest one yet, packed with important life (and poker) advice after a long summer schedule.
With the WSOP over, errant co-host Andrew Barber returns to the podcast, and he and Alex have some catching up to do. The result is a chummier and somewhat less formal podcast than most episodes.