Steve and Jacob make the final table together of a Sunday $30 MTT on the Winning Network. They break down several hands that they played together, and Jacob gives Steve a lesson in ranges. This is a two part episode, Mike comes on at the end and next weeks episode Steve and Mike discuss Mike's deep run in the Sunday High Roller.
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This week we interview Jennifer Harman. Jennifer won two WSOP bracelets, one in duece to seven lowball and another in limit texas holdem. She also authored a chapter in Super Systems 2 on limit holdem. She is a regular at the Aria and Belagio in Las Vegas, playing the high limit cash games. Jennifer was also a part of "The Corporation", a group of professional poker players who pooled their money together to play heads up against Andy Beal. Andy is a Texas billionaire who wanted to play heads up limit holdem against the best in the world. The Corporation won.
Jennifer supports the NSPCA, a no kill rescue shelter for animals. You can reach Jennifer on Twitter @REALJenHarman
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Dusty "Leatherass" Schmidt is a rockstar when it comes to volume and mass multitabling. For two years he had the highest win rate on Pokerstars. He was a former member of Team Pokerstars, and is currently the only elite pro on Americas Cardroom. He has written Treat your Poker like a Business, and Don't listen to Phil Hellmuth.
Dusty also has a twitch stream where you can watch him play along with thousands of other followers; it's basically free coaching from a professional as he plays live in the biggest online cash games available on ACR.
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Steve and Mike dissect several hands from recent tournaments; it looks like Mike has found the job he was looking for; and the subject of reading opponents and narrowing their range down to just a few hands. Thank you for listening!
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