Tuesday, August 26, 2008

More Lost Tao of Pokerati Episodes

By Pauly
San Francisco, CA

We're back with new episodes of Tao of Pokerati podcast. Well, sort of new. They were each recorded during the closing days of the 2008 WSOP in July. Michalski uploaded seven episodes that feature several special guests such as Grubby, Michele Lewis, Otis, and Mean Gene.

My favorite thing about these podcasts are that they are short... between two and five minutes in length. They match our short attention spans.

So here are the lost seven WSOP episodes with descriptions blatantly cut and past from Pokerati....

Episode 30: The Cost of Donuts (3:19)
Grubby joins the media to talk main event numbers and the price of trendy donuts in today’s oil economy.

Episode 31: Scotchy Poker (4:02)
Dan+scotch early in the WSOP day=talk of Dario Minieri and Isabelle Mercier.

Episode 32: French Warfare (5:14)
Benjo takes over the mic when Dan calls in drunk, and he and Pauly talk more about Isabelle Mercier live from the Day 2 killing fields.

Episode 33: New York & Texas (2:40)
Michele Lewis joins in as Dan and Pauly break down the difference between Texas and New York humor, or at least the difference between Pauly and Dan.

Episode 34: Go Team! (2:37)
Dallas' Raj Kattamuri is going deep, and Pauly tracks down Dan in the poker kitchen to find out what it takes to be patched up on Team Pokerati.

Episode 35: No Wiener (4:41)
Benjo is not his usual jovial self as the main event comes to a close and he bids farewell to his American friends in the penultimate WSOP episode of Tao of Pokerati.

Episode 36: Unhookered (3:29)
The traditional late-late night poker-blogger farewell binge drinking at the Rio’s Hooker Bar, with guest appearances by Otis and Mean Gene.
Stay tuned for brand new episodes! And you can always visit the Tao of Pokerati archives to listen to all of the episodes.

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