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The publishers of Ante Up Magazine still have the longest running poker podcast on the Internet, only now they own the show! Every week they'll discuss poker news, home-game follies and hand analysis while continuing to bring you entertaining, in-depth interviews with some of today's hottest poker pros and celebrities. Ante Up is Bluff Magazine's 2007 Readers Choice Award for Best Poker Podcast ... subscribe and find out why.

Ante Up Poker Magazine Christopher Cosenza and Scott Long

    • Leisure
    • 4.5 • 138 Ratings

The publishers of Ante Up Magazine still have the longest running poker podcast on the Internet, only now they own the show! Every week they'll discuss poker news, home-game follies and hand analysis while continuing to bring you entertaining, in-depth interviews with some of today's hottest poker pros and celebrities. Ante Up is Bluff Magazine's 2007 Readers Choice Award for Best Poker Podcast ... subscribe and find out why.

    THE FINAL SHOW!

    THE FINAL SHOW!

    FEB. 18 POKERCAST RECAP: Well, this is it. After nearly 17 years straight, we have recorded our final Ante Up PokerCast. This epic episode clocks in at more than 2.5 hours as we revisit some of our greatest memories, interviews, characters, fans and guffaws. We will always be indebted to our listeners as they not only gave us validation but provided so much content and created this fantastic community known as the Ante Up Nation. Thanks for all that you've done, and hopefully we will, again, see you at the tables.

    • 2 hr 32 min
    Our penultimate show

    Our penultimate show

    FEB. 11 POKERCAST RECAP: It's our penultimate episode and the final one with our standard structure. We discuss a player getting banned from Hustler Casino for peeking at someone's cards on a livestream; Encore Boston Harbor reopens its poker room but players aren't happy with the scenario, and Chris "Fox" Wallace opines that cash-game TV shows might not be what they represent. We also have the final O'Mally's Move and Phil N. has our last Hand of the Week. He has a suited K-J at the final table of a tournament.  

    • 59 min
    Poker table flips, GGPoker bets on flops

    Poker table flips, GGPoker bets on flops

    FEB. 4 POKERCAST RECAP: Someone tries to flip a table and fails in Japan; GGPoker offers sidebets and we only have two episodes left! We have O'Mally's final Move and Paul Garritson has the Hand of the Week. 

    • 43 min
    A bittersweet day

    A bittersweet day

    JAN. 28 POKERCAST RECAP: It's a bittersweet day as we announce the upcoming end to our poker show. After 16-plus years, we have decided Feb. 18 will be our last PokerCast. We may return for a special episode, so don't delete us, but for now, the weekly version is coming to an end. We complete an O'Mally's Move and Jerry Hanes is back with another Hand of the Week. 

    • 50 min
    Global Poker Awards nominees

    Global Poker Awards nominees

    JAN. 21 POKERCAST RECAP: Global Poker Awards nominees announced and we also discuss who we think is Personality of the Year. PokerNews announced its five American players to watch in 2022 and a security guard foils a robbery at a Texas poker room. We have a new O'Mally's Move and Todd McGee has the Hand of the Week with K-8.

    • 47 min
    Poker predictions for 2022 and Covid protocols

    Poker predictions for 2022 and Covid protocols

    JAN. 14 POKERCAST RECAP: Poker predictions for 2022 and what to do about players who test positive for Covid during a tournament are just a couple of the topics we discuss on this week's show. We also complete an O'Mally's Move and Mike Buck has 4-4 for our Hand of the Week.

    • 1 hr

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
138 Ratings

138 Ratings

Cbanger28 ,

Hope I’m not too late.

As the title says I fear I may be late to this party of reviews. I’ve heard Chris and Scott mention many times to review and yet I always tell myself I’ll get to it. Well here I am. What motivated me to review was the most recent download of the show, introducing the end of it. It is sad to hear but also understandable. Cliche here: long time listener first time reviewer. I’m a 30 something year old who shares Chris’ name so maybe I just have a soft spot there. But with that said, these two guys make you feel right at home as if they are the fun loving uncles who’d slide you a sip of their drink when your parents weren’t looking. Their rapport with one another will make you think you’ve known them for years. As this is a poker podcast the theory and strategy discussed is deep enough and intellectually stimulating for almost any player level, but not too deep where you’d lose interest. I’m very saddened to hear the run is over but what a good run it was. I highly suggest anyone to go back and listen to every episode and join these two in what will be an incredible journey. So long old friends, I hope we meet again soon.

GatorJerryH ,

Love the show

Too many poker podcasts are gears toward pro’s or semi pro’s. These guys are geared toward the casual player.

The Regular Attender ,

Entertaining

I enjoy the banter.

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