At year's end, lots of poker players are asking the question, "How do I pay taxes on my poker and cryptocurrency earnings?" Zak Zimbile from Kondler & Associates breaks down the ins and outs of doing just that in the most financially responsible way you can. This podcast is pure gold for anyone who scored in poker or Bitcoin/cryptocurrency this year and is facing tax time with a big question mark over their earnings.
Peter Clarke literally wrote the book on 6-max strategy (The Grinder's Manual) and now he's back with a new book, 100 Hands. It's just as it sounds -- 100 hands of 6-max poker, analyzed in depth as if Clarke was coaching you through each spot. And that's exactly what we do in this week's podcast: We review a random hand from the book and focus on giving listeners the skills to do their own strategic analysis at home.
Robert Dewberry is a poker vlogger and aspiring Zen master of the game. He joined us to provide his unique perspective on the life of a winning player. Our conversation touches on strategy, studying, and the connections between winning at poker and winning at life. Hear musings of the Monk on this week's podcast.
Do you understand how frequencies work in poker? Years ago, Ed Miller's classic training text Poker's 1% heavily impacted the poker strategy scene with its unique approach to exploiting the common frequency-based errors of opponents in live cash games. This winning strategy endures because players are still not exploiting frequency leaks in their opponents as often as they should be. This week, James "SplitSuit" Sweeney breaks apart the flawed strategies of unstudied players who ignore frequencies to their own detriment.