On-line tournament poker chat and action with your sexy hosts Henry Phillips and Zog. Recorded high above the streets of London, the Pokerdiagram podcast brings you 'as live' poker action from real-money on-line tournaments, plus advice from non-experts and a little light banter. MP3 version - use other feed for enhanced podcasts.
PD020 - The 2nd Listener Tournament
More online poker action and chat, as PokerDiagram listeners once again pick up the gauntlet thrown down by Henry and Zog and get involved in the second PokerDiagram Listener tournament. This week Zog is looking to improve on his third place in the first
PD019 - A crash course in Omaha Hi-lo.
Another session at the online poker tables with Henry and Zog - this week we're trying our hand at Omaha Hi-lo.
PD018 - Couple of G and Ts, one bottle of wine, some brandy, and a little poker to follow.
More online poker action from London - this week our heroes swap seats, giving Henry a chance to show off his poker skills while Zog gets to commentate for a change.
PD017 - PokerDiagram explained... sort of
This week Zog and Henry get involved in a $20 multi-table re-buy tournament, but first there's the question that's been on everyone's lips: where the hell did a stupid name like 'PokerDiagram' come from?
PD016 - The Return of The Strategy
Back to basics, and the $20 tables, as Henry and Zog get down to another session of poker action and chat.
PD015 - PokerDiagram Poker Podcast
We'll take you all on! Multi-table action a-go-go...
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No Limit Numbskull Nonsense it ain't
Despite these two being just your average online amateurs, they do give a great insight into the online game, particularly Hold 'em. There exploits, rare triumphs and numerous disasters are great fun to listen to.
2 of a kind; working on a full house
If speed, dash and general insecurity is your thing; sign up. If smooth-talking informed poker chat is your thing; sign up. If 7 2 off-suit is your thing; get a seat at the table. This is stylish, effortless entertainment! Give it a go - listening doesn't cost a penny, and I for one am a big fan.