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Rec Poker

By Steve Fredlund

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Description

Increasing the quality & quantity of recreational Texas Hold 'em players.

Customer Reviews

Great free resource

In the world of poker training options that are either too expensive, too confusing, too focused on stories, or too in-depth, the RecPoker podcast offers free, simple, strategy based information geared at the recreational player. I’m a bit biased (as the host) but believe this fills a nice niche in trying to build the game

Great Poker Insight

This podcast is a great resource. Steve does a great job freshening up the format. As a part time player, having the ability to hear thoughts from poker pros and recreational players is very helpful. I typically can take something from each podcast to enhance my thought process at the table. Finally you can't beat the price!

Excellent resource

Having played NLH semi-regularly for the past 12 years (home games and monthly MTTs at the local casino) I find the Rec Poker podcast to be a helpful source of information. I’m not really interested in the interviews or host-centric formats of other poker podcasts. Steve’s format gives me what I need to improve my game (and I have!).
My criticism would be that some episodes have too many guests offering their insights on hands and many of them are redundant. A recent episode had 5 rec players and two pros and I found it to be a bit much. Paring it down to a couple rec guests and two or three pros (plus the host) is a manageable amount of information at one sitting.
Thanks for what you do, Steve. Much appreciated.

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