Top Poker Podcasts To Listen To In 2019
Podcasts continue to surge in popularity with every passing year as businesses, celebrities and experts use them as a medium of communication to share their views, ideas and opinions on a variety of topics and niches.
Podcasts are downloadable in the form of a digital file which you can save and listen to as much as you like through your computer, laptop, tablet or even your smartphone. They can also be streamed if you don’t like the idea of downloading large files. There are also many podcasts out there that don’t just provide an audio stream to their listeners but also incorporate video as well.
The poker world has also taken advantage of podcasting and in the last few years, hundreds of poker ‘experts’ have started their own podcasts. With huge money on the line and the complexities involved in playing the game, poker players and fans around the world have always been on the lookout for the most reliable source of information that will help them improve their skills to become a better player.
While internet has a lot to offer in terms of providing fans with the poker content they need, with blogs, videos, and forums readily available, but there is something unique and interesting about podcasts that keep audiences glued.
There are tons of poker-related podcasts available online which is good in one way as there is so much to listen to. However, it can be difficult to find the best poker podcasts when you have so many. This is why we have decided to come up with a list of the five best poker podcasts every poker fan should check out. They are listed below, in no particular order.
Smart Poker Study Podcast
Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, Smart Poker Study Podcast is perfect for beginner-intermediate players looking to up their game. The podcast now has more than 200 episodes, filled with strategy content, HUD lessons, as well as interviews with some of the most prominent names in poker, such as James “SplitSuit” Sweeney.
Do check out this podcast if you’re keen on improving your skills in a step-by-step manner.
The Poker Life Podcast
If you want to delve into the lifestyle of poker players and every aspect involved in it, then the Poker Life podcast is what you need. The show is hosted by Joey Ingram who is a poker player himself. Ingram’s influence in the world of poker is reflected in his ability to invite the most famous celebrities and poker superstars over to the show.
In May 2017, the likes of Doug Polk, Jason Koon, Fedor Holz and Phil Hellmuth dropped by the show to share what they’re up to. You can expect more of these poker superstars to show up on the podcast in the near future.
The Poker Life Podcast tackles both live and online poker, giving you an insight of the lives of famous poker players. These pros also share their tournament preparations, daily routines, and how they manage to improve their game day by day.
The Red Chip Poker Podcast
Here’s another trustworthy resource for your poker coaching needs. While it only runs once a week, Red Chip Poker makes sure their listeners learn a lot by hosting sessions and interviews with some prominent people in the poker industry, including coaches and other poker personalities. Discussions cover different games, limits and formats, offering some expert advice that will surely help beginners and experienced players alike.
TwoPlusTwo Pokercast
TwoPlusTwo’s popularity is soaring, thanks to its massive online community that tackles every aspect of the game. Launched in 2008, TwoPlusTwo has been discussing all-things poker, including live tournaments, lifestyle, news, promotions, and online rooms.
The show features interviews with poker players, along with strategy discussions and general reviews of some of the major online and live tournaments. Many of the elites in poker are part of the TwoPlusTwo community, so expect to hear some valuable thoughts from the experts, as well as unique stories and hilarious prop bets that make it more fun to listen to.
Thinking Poker Podcast
The Thinking Poker Podcast is among the most balanced shows on the internet, with just the right mix of lifestyle, news, and strategy delivered on a weekly basis. Hosted by Andrew Brokos and Nate Meyvis, the podcast features exclusive interviews with poker celebrities, giving fans and listeners the chance to learn something about their career.
Brokos and Meyvis have the ability to discuss next-level strategy in a way that can easily be understood by amateurs and intermediate players. They also review poker books, providing valuable information to the audience.
The Podcast market is rapidly growing, so you can look forward to more new podcasts cropping up in the coming months and years ahead.

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