17 episodes

The Grid is a 169 episode poker hand scavenger hunt hosted by chess champion and PokerStars pro Jennifer Shahade. Jen interviews poker players about dramatic hands they’ve played, aiming to fill out all 169 possible starting poker hands, from the worst, seven-deuce offsuit to the best, pocket aces.

Produced by Daniel Meirom

The Grid Jennifer Shahade

    • Leisure
    • 4.9, 56 Ratings

The Grid is a 169 episode poker hand scavenger hunt hosted by chess champion and PokerStars pro Jennifer Shahade. Jen interviews poker players about dramatic hands they’ve played, aiming to fill out all 169 possible starting poker hands, from the worst, seven-deuce offsuit to the best, pocket aces.

Produced by Daniel Meirom

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
56 Ratings

56 Ratings

Keith Carangelo ,

So many great stories and strategy nuggets

The Grid's main focus is great poker players talking about the interesting hands they've played. But through those stories a lot of great strategy content bubbles up to the surface. It's become one of the poker podcasts I can't wait to hear.

JasonOCR330 ,

Not your typical had breakdown podcast

This appears to be a poker hands breakdown podcast like many other podcasts out there. But host, Jennifer Shahde, takes each conversation far beyond the "I called when I should have raised" conventions of the genre. She brings her own prodigious curiosity and intellect to conversations with incredibly accomplished guests in order to tease out the deeper themes and philosophical implications that inform poker decisions. That sounds ponderous, but Shahde makes it feels effortless to the listener.

Ddk27 ,

Nice - 8-2 suited vs Ivey!

Enjoyed all the podcasts so far and looking forward to more episodes. Jake Abdalla describing heads up with 8-2 suited versus Phil Ivey had me laughing. Great interview and conversations with all the guests so far Jen. As Jake said, “you miss all the shots you never take,” so don’t give up on getting Ivey!!

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