24 episodes

Entrepreneur Magazine said that Wayne Yap’s poker strategies will give your business an unfair edge and record profits, and enable you to make difficult, high-stakes decisions in seconds with limited information.

In the Beyond Poker Podcast, Wayne Yap and Nick Howard share original wisdom that earned them millions of dollars in poker. This podcast gives you front-row seats to eavesdrop on topics such as “Performance Resilience”, “Type-A Performance Traps”, “Life After Poker”, “The Role of Intuition in Poker and Business” and “Simplicity Beyond Complexity”.

This show will also go into topics like “7 Transferable Skills You Can Take From Poker to Business”, “5 Opportunities After Poker”, “The Number One Biggest Opportunity For Transitioning Poker Pros” and “The Quickest Way To Leave Poker and Profit”

Wayne and Nick will do bonus episodes and interview other Elite poker players (that have wisdom outside of poker) such as Elliot Roe, Matt Berkey, Jason Su, Kristy Arnette, Yuri Martins, Blake Eastman and Fedor Holz.

Wayne Yap was a nosebleeds poker pro that played the biggest games in Macau (think - Million dollar pots, betting houses and Ferraris). He is now an investor who buys and scales companies to prepare them for an exit.

Nick Howard spent the last 15 years moving up the ladder in professional poker from player, to coach, to his current position as CEO of Poker Detox, one of the most elite training companies in the industry.

More than just a podcast, Beyond Poker is a community for (1) Ex-poker players who moved into the positive-sum game of Entrepreneurship, and (2) Business Owners who love the game of poker.

The objective of the community is to maximize peak performance, “Group Flow” and “Elevation of the Collective”, so that members can be at the cutting-edge of the business world.

Beyond Poke‪r‬ Wayne Yap, Nick Howard

    • Business

Entrepreneur Magazine said that Wayne Yap’s poker strategies will give your business an unfair edge and record profits, and enable you to make difficult, high-stakes decisions in seconds with limited information.

In the Beyond Poker Podcast, Wayne Yap and Nick Howard share original wisdom that earned them millions of dollars in poker. This podcast gives you front-row seats to eavesdrop on topics such as “Performance Resilience”, “Type-A Performance Traps”, “Life After Poker”, “The Role of Intuition in Poker and Business” and “Simplicity Beyond Complexity”.

This show will also go into topics like “7 Transferable Skills You Can Take From Poker to Business”, “5 Opportunities After Poker”, “The Number One Biggest Opportunity For Transitioning Poker Pros” and “The Quickest Way To Leave Poker and Profit”

Wayne and Nick will do bonus episodes and interview other Elite poker players (that have wisdom outside of poker) such as Elliot Roe, Matt Berkey, Jason Su, Kristy Arnette, Yuri Martins, Blake Eastman and Fedor Holz.

Wayne Yap was a nosebleeds poker pro that played the biggest games in Macau (think - Million dollar pots, betting houses and Ferraris). He is now an investor who buys and scales companies to prepare them for an exit.

Nick Howard spent the last 15 years moving up the ladder in professional poker from player, to coach, to his current position as CEO of Poker Detox, one of the most elite training companies in the industry.

More than just a podcast, Beyond Poker is a community for (1) Ex-poker players who moved into the positive-sum game of Entrepreneurship, and (2) Business Owners who love the game of poker.

The objective of the community is to maximize peak performance, “Group Flow” and “Elevation of the Collective”, so that members can be at the cutting-edge of the business world.

    Wayne’s meditation journey and altered states of consciousness (Warning – Low Quality)

    Wayne’s meditation journey and altered states of consciousness (Warning – Low Quality)

    By calculating the odds and waiting for the right moments to go all-in, Wayne was able to make 6-figures at Poker by the time he was 21 years old, and 7-figures at 27 years old. That's how he made millions in Poker Cash Games, a verifiable $1,419,184 in tournaments, and became Singapore's #1 poker player in 2017. To date, he has spent over $550,000 learning from the best personal development and business coaches in the world such as Dan Sullivan, Brendon Burchard, Jay Abraham, Roland Frasier and Tony Robbins. He spends all that money to bring the best thinking tools and hacks to his clients. His business advisory clients typically come to him for help with strategic planning, and his fees start from $20,000 for a day.
    Other than Poker, Wayne has a huge passion for meditation. He has travelled around the world for meditation retreats and classes. In today’s episode, Wayne talks about the spiritual experiences that he encountered while meditating.
     
     
    Key Takeaways
    The 3 biggest Spiritual experiences in Wayne’s life. What did Wayne do in Oakham, India? How was Wayne’s experience in Doctor Joe Dispenza’s retreat? What made Wayne feel like Darth Vader? How did Wayne travel to space?  
     
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    • 8 min
    Poker with Presence With Jason Su

    Poker with Presence With Jason Su

    Jason Su is a longtime poker cash game professional. He has enjoyed sustained success across all forms of poker, both live and online for more than 15 years. In 2014, he began creating and testing ways to increase presences and flow. He uses these techniques to elevate his game and facilitate high-level performance in those he coaches. He is a Poker Detox coach and the author of the book, “Poker with Presence”.
     
     
    Key Takeaways
    Cultivating Presence and how to convert it into better decision making. Why do people get intimidated by an opponent on a full calm state? The stories about objections. What makes the group between Nick and Jason work well? The delusions about strategies for feeling better. Talking about blind spots with Jason Su. The best dynamic for deep emotional vulnerability openings.  
    Quotes
    “the definition of delusion is mapping towards an objective that you have zero chance of getting to.” – Nick Howard  
    Resources
    https://www.pokerwithpresence.com/group  
     
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    • 48 min
    WSOP Main Champ Martin Jacobson on Float Tanks, Ice Baths, Infrared Saunas and Optimizing Performance

    WSOP Main Champ Martin Jacobson on Float Tanks, Ice Baths, Infrared Saunas and Optimizing Performance

    Martin Jacobson is a Swedish professional poker player, originally from Stockholm, Sweden, but currently residing in London, England. In 2014, he won the World Series of Poker Main Event fo $10,000,000, the fifth largest single payout in poker tournament history.
     
    Prior to his poker career, Martin studied to be a chef. His first live cash came in 2008 when he won 3rd place at the European Poker Tour even in Hungary. In season 7 of the European Poker Tour, he made 3 final tables, including 2 runner-up finishes in Vilamoura and Deauville. He also finished runner-up at the World Poker Tour event in Venice in 2009. Prior to the Main Event in 2014, his largest tournament cash came from a 6th place finish at the Big One for One Drop High Rollers event at the 2013 WSOP, earning $807,000. He has 16 career WSOP cashes, including 5 final tables.
     
    As of 2015, his total live tournament winnings exceed $15,000,000. His 18 WSOP cashes account for $11,234,390 of those winnings.
     
    Martin is a member of Raising for Effective Giving, an Effective altruism organization of poker players who pledge to donate at least 2% of their gross tournament winnings and at least 3% of their profit from cash games every quarter to charities. In 2015, Martin Jacobson was named Player of the Year by the Swedish publication ‘Poker.se’. This title has previously been awarded to other high profile professional players such as Viktor Blom, Chris Bjorin and Robin Ylitalo.
     
    Key Takeaways
    Martin’s take on the importance of customer service in a business. Martin’s most tilting and dream come true customer service experience. Is customer service trainable and how much would Martin pay for the best staff ever? Martin’s experience with coaching. How did Martin start poker? What happened in Martin’s 3rd hand at the satellite game? Experiencing Vegas. Martin’s take on performance optimizing equipment.  
    Resources
    http://martinjacobson.pro/  https://twitter.com/martin_jacobson?lang=en https://www.instagram.com/martin.jacobson/?hl=en   
     
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    • 1 hr 8 min
    Inside the mind of a legendary performance coach with Elliot Roe

    Inside the mind of a legendary performance coach with Elliot Roe

    Elliot Roe is a leading expert in Mindset Optimization for High Performers. He is the world’s #1 Mindset Coach for poker players. In the last 3 years, his poker clients have won over $50,000,000 and nearly every major tournament title, including the World Series of Poker Main Event. His clientele also includes Olympic medalists, UFC Champions, Hollywood Actors, Business executives and wall street traders. His unique mindset coaching system leverages the power of hypnotherapy to eliminate fears and breakthrough mental roadblocks allowing you to operate in a state of peak performance every day.
    Key Takeaways
    Elliot Roe’s Gift and Curse in life. The major difference between typical coaching clients versus high performer clients. Elliot’s preference, the emotional assurance or perspective shift approach? How did Elliot develop his super power? Elliot’s hypnotherapy structure over the years. Nick’s communicational issues and his upgrades. Changing regrets to Growth mindset with Elliot. Elliot’s advantages and upgrades gained from his perfect job.  
     
     
    Resources
    https://elliotroe.com/ https://apps.apple.com/app/apple-store/id1224121850 https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.primedmind&referrer=utm_source%3Dsource%26utm_medium%3Dmedium%26utm_campaign%3Dryancarter https://www.runitonce.com/courses/a-game-poker-masterclass/  
     
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    • 42 min
    Exploring Intuition, Non-linear Expansion, and Alien Encounters With Andrew Lichtenberger

    Exploring Intuition, Non-linear Expansion, and Alien Encounters With Andrew Lichtenberger

    Andrew Lichtenberger is an American poker player from East Northport, New York. He is also known as LuckyChewy. He began playing poker at the age of 18. After playing in cash games, Andrew switched to multi-table tournaments and was successful.
     
    Andrew is the champion of the 2010 World Series of Poker Circuit event in Caesars Palace, Las Vegas in April 2010. Lichtenberger has made five World Series of Poker final tables and has won a WSOP bracelet in 2016. Andrew’s WSOP cashes exceed $2,000,000. His largest cash is from World Championship Hold’em event in July 2009 for $500,557.
     
    In today’s episode, Andrew and Nick speaks about exploring intuition, non-linear expansions and alien encounters.
    Key Takeaways
    Andrew Lichtenberger’s definition of intuition. Following the curiosity thread, is it a waste of time or a just a lack of imagination? How Andrew balances curiosity and practicality. Why does Andrew think that everything is interconnected? Nick’s chess trauma and learnings about negative EV. Andrew’s views on psychedelics. Andrew’s take on intuition and how it shifted his views of the world. Free will and non-free will exploration with Andrew. How has Andrew’s naivety hurt and helped him. What happened to Andrew in 2012?  
    Resources
    https://twitter.com/luckychewy  
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    • 1 hr 10 min
    Shorting Goggins, Ice Baths, and Imaginary Finish Lines With James Whittet

    Shorting Goggins, Ice Baths, and Imaginary Finish Lines With James Whittet

    James Whittet is a mindset coach with over 5 years of experience training hundreds of players around the world. James was a head mindset coach for bitB staking group before founding his own program Poker Mindset Mastery and becoming CEO of 5 PLO International for 5Card Coaching and Staking.
    Prior to becoming a mindset coach, James profited over $1 million himself across various poker formats. He started his career in high stakes sit-n-go tournaments earning supernova elite honors twice. He transitioned into PLO and battled up the stakes to as high as 10/20. He also found success in tournaments with 3 COOP final tables and a player of the series trophy this past SCOOP.
    In today’s episode, James and Nick are connects to speak about a wide range of nuances, correction processes and the paths of performance modes.
    Key Takeaways
    The longevity of performance paths, Disassociation or Self Care What does it feels to be disassociated and what disassociation truly feels like. How James sees the David Goggins’ unstoppable force identity versus the life goals you have. What is over correction and why it’s human nature to over correct. What James thinks about taking break periods and working in sprints. The danger of Success in James’ views. Can Zero-sum and Non Zero-Sum games co-exist? James’ take about cold immersions. Get Access to the Show Notes
    To get access to the full show notes, including all the resources mentioned during the interview, visit BeyondPoker.com/18
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    • 1 hr 7 min

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