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"brad wilson" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

The Poker Coaching Podcast

03:25 min | 3 months ago

"brad wilson" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

"Guys, we gotta have this one up 6 exercise kid duties. Thank you, tami. Oh, do you? Love your information, guys. Keep it up. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you guys for the kind words. You mentioned something about athletics earlier. I did. I had a question because I wanted to know if you were an athlete. I'll take an extra minute. So if you were an athlete, which voice did you do or was your best athletic accomplishment? I mean, baseball. I love playing sports and competing video games. I mean, my best accomplishments, somewhat embarrassing, right? 8 years old, won the little league World Series in the southeast. The beat. That's so sweet. The heart is there. That's cool. Yeah. Yeah. So. Yeah, second and say, wrestling? In high school? No, it was in middle school. Still. Course every 6 to 9 were both wrestlers. So we could yeah, that's really that's really impressive. Yeah, so I mean, I love computers. I love playing sports. I think that's one of the reasons that I mean, I've always thought strategically about things. And especially as it relates to competition. And I think that's certainly quite well inappropriate since. Because we always have this. I don't know about we I always have this thought of like, what's the perfect recipe for like a corporate pressure? What are the attributes that make up somebody that's successful in this space and somebody else? Nods. And one commonality that I've kind of seen again and again is this love of competition and love of sports, love of video games. It just seems to have pop up just over and over again. Yeah, I mean, when you talk like Garrett's story, that's the first thing I thought was like, oh, he just wants to just compete in the moment. You just want to, I would have done the same thing. You smelled another wrestler. I can't do it. I can't be one of those freaking musical chair guys, like man. Whatever. You're gonna sit on my left, you're gonna buy in for 50 K all right, whatever. To figure out how to play better out of position, I guess. Yeah. Oh, that's great, man. I could tell I could hear the competitive spirit and I appreciate it. And for everyone listening, genuinely appreciation support here. Brett, thank you again to thank you great information, guys. And guys, if you have any other questions for Brad, you could lead them in the thread. We'll make sure he gets to those. Now that he's in the Discord, maybe he can answer those if you have any questions you weren't able to get to today. And this replay will be going to YouTube and we'll repost it in our replay section here in the next one. But once again, thank you guys and we're going to get out of here. Take care of it. I was in before. I lost my vlog. We're going to decide this time, Brad. We're going to slide. Thanks. Thanks guys..

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"brad wilson" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

The Poker Coaching Podcast

06:18 min | 3 months ago

"brad wilson" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

"Okay. Yeah, do your thing. I'll be right back just like no worries. Let's see if anyone wants to come up in the meantime. And once again, thank you guys for showing up today. This was great, a lot of good information. Yeah, good turnout. And yeah, we do it in these once a month. This month was bad. Last month was, who was that? Tristan. We had that app like we had talked with little, so make sure you guys are tuning into these. And if you can't make them, we always put them in the replay room to go back and watch them. If you have any questions. We'll bring up terminator once Brad gets back. Sure. Keep that final question. I have to pick up my son. So I'll probably have to run after this one. No worries. We'll take ten minutes question. I'll hold my questions. And guys also, if you want to see what's going on in the I'm just going to keep talking because I'm a streamer and I can't let dead air just sit here. If you guys are going to see what else is going on on the event section on top of the rooms list in the Discord room is up to date for the whole month so you can see when we have things like this going on, all the studies of groups that are free and available to you guys, both premium and non premium members are in there. All the premium webinars are in there. So make sure you're checking that stuff out. There's like an interested button you can click and then it'll sound loads to your phone and reminders. Just add more value for you guys and to keep you informed. All right, I'm back. There you go. Perfect timing. We got one more question, and it's fun. Tamina. Hey everyone, can you hear me okay? Yeah. Can you hear me now? Yep. I can't hear you, felt. First of all, crazy fixes. Thanks so much for doing these every month. And Brad, love you, total respect for your game. So glad you're here today. Thank you. My question is for Brad. Live versus online play. Is there one you prefer over the other? I don't know. I think they're both interesting and different ways to convenience of online, can't really be weak and then they can Audrey, the feeling of, I don't know how you guys feel just walking into a book room. But when I walk into a poker room and just smell the air, it just feels like it's my place. Here are all the chips clacking. Yeah, I got something very special and romantic about live poker. So I guess probably live program. The more enjoyable. Do you think live poker is considerably softer as a whole or do you think that's not a thing? Yeah. I mean, it's another good thing too, right? Yeah, like if you really think about like a crusher playing two 5 live and win like 50 to 70 an hour, which is like ten big blinds an hour. That's 30 DBs per hundred. That's just otherworldly. And nonexistent in the online poker space. But for earning an experience and to play four tables at once, right? So like getting 300 hands an hour, you can get ten X the amount of money. You can have a higher hourly online, but the games are much softer. I feel like yeah, COVID was hard for me because I didn't even play online until COVID forced me to. And now I've gotten used to online and it has its pros and cons. I just, there's nothing that compares to like playing the smell of the room just like talking, you know. Some of those chips and the library. You don't get that online. No. Almost actually live Booker has a very special place in my heart that I at my wife blamed life over. I've met some of my best Friends in the world, playing live poker. So I really love playing live except I almost never do it. So maybe if I was back in commerce blank 60 hours a week, I would have loved it so much. I'm at 6s playing laugh poker. Online every single time for me. Yeah, I mean, you know, I don't need to have, so. Except for the series. Again, the World Series is something special and I always make it out for that. But I do agree with the whole, you know, the romantic concept of showing the casinos, scoping out the tables here on the chips. Especially when you add something like the series or when I was at the PCA or something, some big landmark, you know, I bet there's a there's an energy, right? You have a big win, you cash out, you get like this stack of hundreds. I mean, yeah, even if you're just walking around, again, like during the series, you know, you're like, oh, there's Brad Wilson. There's fraud Jocko. Oh my God, that's, you know, Phil helmet, whoever, you know, you get to see these people. It's one of the few things where a recreational or a enthusiast can go and kind of rub elbows with the top of the cream. So that yeah, it's cool. I haven't had many people be like, oh wow, that's Brad Wilson. Mama did it for sure. For sure. I've only played live poker one time since I started my podcast. There you go. Here like the great power for Oz, you're the man behind the curtain. All right.

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"brad wilson" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

The Poker Coaching Podcast

05:06 min | 3 months ago

"brad wilson" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

"Going to have the 7 tray suited, man. Then it's 7 18. Two or three bad Jackson two, there will be calls for that and stuff like that. So just people will play with every aggressively short stackers. We'll be going to see a lot more people short short cycle as well. But did you say poor people short stacking? No, I said. Check the tape. I said a lot more people, short stay. That would just be my advice and some things. Raise big. Really big. Test the limit of what people will call and if they'll call ten X, maybe they'll call it 12 X. Maybe they'll call 14. You just really find the limit as to how much money they're willing to put in preflop and push preflop equity advantage. I love that. That's a good only plane one, two, this particular card room. And one of the things I've noticed that's been really difficult is I just finished the masterclass. And what I've learned doesn't seem to apply in a lot of these live card games. So you count all the money in the pot three times the last bet and the money in the pot. Nobody folds in these games. And so trying to figure out my bet sizing doesn't work in a lot of these games. And so I'm trying to figure out then do I try to adjust and keep up being my bet sizing when I want to raise or do I try to follow the advice and the things that I'm learning in these games and that's been really difficult to figure out playing live. Yeah, like online, typically you've got to go through one fish. Like post swap. So you get to bluff a lot. And they will over fold in lots of situations. But live you're battling like a school building. One of them in the school is probably going to call down, so I wouldn't blow up a ton multi way in live poker. And I think kind of to the point you made earlier too, is like, yeah, you should. If your eyes aren't getting respect, make them bigger. And that they're still not getting respect, you know, be a little more polar and make them a little more bigger. I think naturally too, if you tie in just not sea bedding, if it's 5 ways. Sure. If you're just never do that, then you're not going to find yourself in those situations where you have a low equity handle member. Unnatural. It's not like a combo drop it bricked out or something like that. And so you have less opportunities to place big bets. And have one of the school school of fish guys. Probably down. In another thing, people are taking the data and the information from the class. It's going to be good against strong opponents, but we certainly need to be adjusting and adapting our style and game and our sizes to bad players to tables full of bad players, you know. So yeah, like larger sizes, less bluffs and getting betting more for value. Exclusively, isolating trying to get it heads up, whatever it takes to get a heads up or attention. To think it's fair that you can probably bet slightly thinner for value as well, but a couple tips down more than you normally would. Sure, sure. I would probably raise your value betting threshold multi way. Significantly higher than you would imagine, it needs to be. Because there's a wide. I think to when you have four or 5 players, multiway solvers are don't really exist to the best of my knowledge. Four ways or 5 ways. So to be able to push equity on the flop against four opponents, you need a very strong hand and there's a video or a playing star's crushers, pluribus was an AI that some team built to play boat. And the one big takeaway from that experience when you watch it back are these multi way pods where plural of us is checking up seemly strong hands in situations that you would never imagine we would be checking. Multi way. And I think that in live poker specifically, like this raise your value bet threshold. Much higher than you would imagine that it needs to be. Top pair of top kicker against 5 players probably not good enough to bet..

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"brad wilson" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

The Poker Coaching Podcast

07:05 min | 3 months ago

"brad wilson" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

"So I would say like private protein or something that you seek out when you feel like you've done everything that you can do. You feel like you have blind spots, you keep trying to improve. Nothing's really sticking. And so you want somebody to look over your shoulder to help you identify blind spots to be targeted objectives to work on plugging your leaks. So basically like if you're still learning a ton from Coca-Cola can dot com, for instance, right? Like on a daily basis, then I think the better approach is to keep learning. And keep doing that and bringing on a private coach. That's really my opinion and basically when you hit the wall and you just can't get past it, I would say that's another pretty good indicator that, okay, we need some outside assistance here to help us get us over this home. There we go. That looks good. There's only one else. We got pizza on deck. Hey guys, can you hear me? Yep. Yep. Thanks for doing this as well. My question is kind of like, what kind of things do you find yourself doing away from poker and away from the table? That actually help you with the thought processes. And being able to bring back to poker and help you improve. Meditate, exercise, nutrition, I think these soft skills that don't really have much to do with actually playing poker, sleeping, well at night. And then for the actual poker stuff, the things that I do, I mean, I challenge myself. I'm fortunate enough to, you know, tomorrow, like I talked about with cause in his question. Tomorrow is strategy day where me and two guys that are playing 5 ten online and then ten, 20, 40 live, we have strategy day, and we challenge each other. And it's just like this regular challenging of the way that we're thinking, I think capturing your thought process and your time, the way that I coach specifically is I have my students record a plane explained video. Break down the thought process and then give them specific feedback. So just capturing, again, capturing your awareness and then figuring out where your inconsistent or things that you're missing or could have seen in real time. That sort of thing would be a systematic approach of improving your thought process. Also breaking down everything you can think about, right? And asking yourself, how am I prioritizing data point a versus data point C? And consistently asking yourself if you can do a better job of prioritizing the decisions that you're making. I think all of those things sort of plan to upgrade your thought process. Thank you. Thanks, Pete. That's a great question. Oh, test out. Go ahead. Since you mentioned the coaching for profits and compared to paying for coaching directly. What set of the two options you would recommend for a specific category of players? It depends to me. So I don't actually do private coaching anymore. I know. I researched heck then. Gotcha. Yeah, I mean, I would say that the coaching for profit group essentially is like full on poker immersion. It's people that think you sleep dream poker. It's really turned into this sort of brotherhood where we hang out. We gamble on silly stuff like golfing with Friends on steam. So basically, like, the coaching for profits is full on broker immersion, whereas the one to one private coaching, while it's still a relationship, it's more ask questions as you think of them and then we have our hour, hour and a half together each week, then you get the replay and communicate somewhat regularly. But the CFP is like, people that, you know, they want to go to poker college. University. I'm out in two years and be able to beat any cash game. You know, up to 5 cents or 10% live that they want, right? I think that's the specific people that I look for in this EFP. Thanks guys. No more university for us. Hey man, I have, I have guys who are wolves who were in their 40s who have a job. But can still manage to play 20,000 hands. A month, which is the requirement, right? They have a dream and they want to be as strong of a global player as they possibly can. And they make it work. So it doesn't have to be super young or that's not anything that's what I'm looking for. Deal breaker. Yeah. I gotcha. Thanks. Shout out to the poker players who are in the mid 40s. There's not many of us around. And why don't you say like, I got a 60 hour a week day job who had it right entire poker career. And I have to make a lot of sacrifices to play and study and coach as much as I do, but it just comes down to managing your time, right? Don't watch much TV and prioritizing these things if they're that important to you and making sacrifice. I would say too. To be a student, I've got to like you. To be in the CFP I got to love you. It's been so much time together. So Cass be careful, there's a vetting process. Send in your resume..

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"brad wilson" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

The Poker Coaching Podcast

07:24 min | 3 months ago

"brad wilson" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

"You're sort of, maybe you're being too passive in certain spots, but you should be more aggressive. And maybe you could look at that area of your game and see if you find correct spots to do stuff like for instance. I'm not sure if this is exactly right. You guys can correct me. It can be a mistake to protection bits with some of the lower pay hands on when you really, really deep stacks. The scenario changes you should rather put your bedding into more hands that can sort of funnel the money in. Because you want to set up for later streets for funding the money whereas when you protection bit too much, you sort of end up in all these low, small pots. You don't really win any big pots, and when you do win a big pot, you haven't quite got the right ranges to put in the spots. So you probably playing too many marginal spots, and that's why you can't beat the rake or other ones, you're not pressing your advantage when you have it. I don't know what stakes you're playing, but if you're playing low stakes, either it doesn't sound like you're bluffing too much and then just like losing from that, you sound like you just as you say you kind of breaking even beating slightly beating. Other than that, that's my two cents. I don't know what you guys can agree with or disagree with on that on that. I mean, it's really impossible to say what I was saying is that seeing this data. It's so many different ways that giving a blanket statement on how we might it's also one of those things where cash games are a little harder to study like Castro's little harder to study than tournaments in that like it's hard to run all the Sims because everything's so deep and takes so much time and resources to run. So solving the deep stacks up is difficult to do on your own and do you agree? Well, I think solving is difficult, but the problem is human beings are so erratic that it solves themselves a lot of times aren't very valuable. Sure, sure. Sort of speculating that speculating on what might be going wrong at I just who knows. There's so many question marks without seeing a database without doing an in depth. Database review yeah. So then I guess the real answer is reach out to Brad for some coaching and post a lot of hands and the cash game room in the Discord chat. Couldn't choose a sort of suggest some areas that he could potentially look at and say these specific spots maybe you're not doing maybe you're not you're not involving yourself in these situations. When you should be. You don't know how to handle this kind of situation. For instance, you guys have studied this game heavily. So what certain spots do you find typically have the highest reward and where you sort of just protect your range? I mean, poker. It's a big deal. It's a big. Such a big game. Yeah. You know, it's like a million page book. We can't read that we need to give feedback on, you know? And I think suggesting just kind of random things. It does really a disservice to the student because, again, there's many areas that you can make mistakes in. There's many things you can do wrong. There's almost infinite ways to lose money playing poker. So you really need data in order to give targeted appropriate feedback. Okay. No data points. So I mean, just giving blanket, kind of advice. I better man. To get more research, look at your own database that those statistics to someone who's better get some input from your Friends, share hands with people who are better than you, get important to send me your frequencies if those don't matter. Stuff like that is going to be better advice than just going to gain state. Because he may be playing certain situations, certain situations for people well. And I don't want to. Especially a guy like Cass has got a lot of, I mean, he's a rag on the MT street. It's got a lot of tournament background. Yeah. And so for him, it's going to be better at the same time and get higher coach. Yeah, okay. And like Brad was saying too. Yeah, but also like that was saying, too, is work on your support group, right? Like using the cash game room in here, finding some other cash game, servers, or people, or groups that you can get in with, and really just rolling up your sleeves and dive in in and looking at spots and figuring it out. I mean, that's the way to go. I get coaching from multiple different coaches. I always switch it up. It just never the quest to improve, it never ends. If one thing isn't working, work harder, do something different. Keep mixing it up. Like the way I kind of love it. Thanks, buddy. Sorry, I had been to cut him off like that. Sorry. Cool. Did you have a question from the thread 6s? Yeah, I think we have another question from member double white. He says, hi, Bret, question one. In some poker coaching dot com material, coaches to just move suggest moving up from one, two to one, three, to two, 5, as soon as you can for various reasons. Usually, one, the skill level is it has big as a jump that you think. And two, the rate is proportionally smaller. Three, if you're a winning player, your overall windward should be bigger, you have these per hour, great intensity. So other material is suggest not being a rush to move up, maybe because the bank roll concerns, question. And then so how hard do you push it? How hard do you push that, Brad? Let's start there. Yeah, I don't want to go on too much because I was thinking about stopping me and giving you a chance to take you into my material and answer one question at the time. So pretty much the question is, some coaches are saying you should move on. The various reasons in one of which is the skill level and the end of it. Can you address those two things? And then we'll get into number three. I agree. You know, there's only one way to exponentially increase your hourly rate, and that's to move up stakes. So basically, I think again, you know, you have to ask yourself what you're playing for. What's the reason? Are you pushing yourself or are you finding your limits to want to move up? Or are you comfortable? Are you having fun playing the stake that you're playing, right? And if you're comfortable and you're having fun, then play that stay. If you want to find your limits and maximize your hourly rate, then moving up is the fastest way to exponentially increase your outlook rate just because you're playing for double the amount of money. So really depends on what your objective is when playing program, but in general, I would say move up when you can afford to. When your bank goal is support them. And what kind of bankroll.

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"brad wilson" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

The Poker Coaching Podcast

06:56 min | 3 months ago

"brad wilson" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

"You thought? Now, I think so the reason why I get excited is because most of the strong rags on the platform that I play on ignition, I enter a hundred big blinds. And in a lot of those plane explains, it's like me and 5 eggs. So it's more being excited for the opportunity than knowing beyond a shadow of the doubt that they're a fish. And I would say like in live poker, like basically, if you have a strong short stacking strategy, then just keep with it. Like there's nothing inherently wrong with short stacking. I think there's a lot of naturally, really strong short stacking strategies that exist and the biggest the feedback that I consistently give my life students is you can always add on, but you can't take off. So when John, my tactical Tuesday co host goes in place like the ten 20 at Bellagio, I just tell him, you play a hundred big blinds, that's what you play every single day online. That's what you are very technically skilled at. And there's pretty much no live configuration. At any hard room where he's going to be at a significant disadvantage playing a hundred big blinds. So start with what you know. And just kind of go from there. Well, that's a great answer. Let me see. Anyone else has any questions out there. We have another in the thread. If you joined us late to in the audience, you can raise your hand and we can bring you up and you can talk about it directly. There's a lot of you out there. Stick your hand up in the air. Ask some questions. I have a question. Were you an Ashley cast of snap, snap raises his hand? Cool. I got him. Hey guys. All right, what's up buddy? How you doing? All right, so my question is, I recently transitioned from tournaments to cash. And that is struggling, I mean, basically I beat the game, but I don't beat the ring. And I've got coaching, I try to find the spots, but I don't know, I'm struggling, so what would be your advice, you know, I'm pretty sure you've met tournament players, transitioning to cash, what to look for, where to look, for potential reason, things to that extent. And it's such a hard question without any visibility. Of database or hand analysis. I think that yeah. Is there any do you think strategies changed greatly because we're so deep? Turn the players are used to usually being that deep and maybe pushing too hard and spots where he's just going to have to do more than what he's doing to search out to find the answers to those questions, right? He's going to have to get actual coaching, you know, actually pay for coach and get play with the solvers more, study more. You know, how many how many cash can crushers do you have hanging around you on a regular basis, right? Well, what is your inner circle real quick? Well, you're right about that. Not many. Most of them are turning. So I would start there, right? Like seeking out a different inner circle of people that live and breathe in the cash game arena immersing yourself into groups like that and then yeah, just doing everything that you can to improve your ability to play cash games. That would be the first thing that I would do if I were you. Makes sense makes sense. Wait. To answer God's big toe, I think you were talking about pressing and tournament players. Yeah, I was saying range is very and strategies vary because we're deep, you know? Yeah, in my experience, I think that current players push. Too hard. And black finesse on different boards on the flop term river, where I think in tournaments, you're highly incentivized to play your stronger hands fast because of ICM considerations and when you bust out of a tournament, you're just kind of gone. But in cash games, like you just have to reach these deeper parts of the decision tree and it's quite often very uncomfortable and annoying and frustrating and difficult and you don't have the answers. I've been playing this game as a professional since 2004 and I can say with the with all the confidence in the world that I don't know much of anything is how I feel. Like there's always so much more to learn. Sure. Yeah, it's what he said because it just reminds me of the old saying, you know, the more you learn, the more you realize you don't know shit. Somebody's I don't even know if I can spell Booker. Thanks guys. You're welcome. Thank you. Thank you. You have that other one from the thread there, 6s? Wait a minute, we have another speaker. He may have another question. If you have another question that's perfectly fine. Bring it by that. Hi again, guys. Hey. I actually have an answer for casp have maybe some ideas he can look at if you want to add him back into here. If we want to talk about that, he can hear you. So. What I would say, maybe some of the things that you could look at is perhaps so when you're playing deep stacks, you should typically be looking to find spots where you can polarize the turn and the river. And that's where the most of the money is tends to go in. If you look at ranges because also your advantage, your EV advantage or maybe I should say equity advantage way better on the turn and river. And perhaps because you're playing tournament style,.

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"brad wilson" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

The Poker Coaching Podcast

07:51 min | 3 months ago

"brad wilson" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

"Above the rim often enough. Yeah, I think it's also kind of a limit to that, too, because there are players out there who beat themselves up when they make mistakes, right? And being comfortable with the fact that you're going to make mistakes and using it as a learning opportunity and realizing it was a mistake marking it and then learning so that you don't make that mistake is way more valuable than you want to feel some sort of pain, but you know I'm going to kill yourself over it, right? The stakes are so subjective. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I know 6s has his nights where he likes to sip whisky and go through his shitty hand tag on. You know, it is. Put on some sad music and I've had so many sessions where I'm playing and I'm like, just kidding, it's destroyed. Click any right buttons, can't do anything right. And I walk away feeling like, oh my God, I've played like trash. Why? I play so bad. And now look at the next day. And every single spot, I made the right decision. And it's just like and it just, no matter how experienced you are. When you're playing poker, when you're in it, it's really hard to evaluate your decision making because you can feel like you're playing like trash and you're actually playing really well and you can feel like you're playing really well and you're playing like trash. So. Yeah, how about I can't tell you how many times I've gotten some coaching on my car I own this game I'm dangling on the ground right now and then I win a tournament like shortly thereafter and I'm like this is the best hand history I've ever put out and you look at it and there's some hands and then you're like, I don't even know who this person playing is right now like I don't remember doing this. I do not say it's really important to be subjective and to get other eyes on it and take those looks. On ignition you get the test results back. A day after you take the test. Sure. Sure. Yeah, yeah. We have somebody with a handout. We do it. I'll bring them up. Hi there. Hey, welcome. That's the slowest topic you guys talking about with regards to the making mistakes. So in my specific game, I constantly see myself making it like I know it's a fold and I keep making the call and it's like I definitely know it's a fold and then I'm like I'll it'll happen in the game I'll realize it and then you know maybe like 30 minutes later I do the same thing and it's just like it just keeps happening and I don't know how to sort it out. I don't know if I'm just sort of gotten myself to the point where I'm just sort of burnt out and I can't quite make all the right decisions or it's like trying to force a win that's the kind of mistakes that I keep making. I don't know if other people have dealt with something like that. Is this like extremely loud to anyone else? It's a little loud, but let me turn it down. I think we're here okay. What do you think about that? The guy who keeps touching the iron. Yeah. I would question how well you know that specific spot. And because it's easy to get fooled, right? Where you're like, I know I should fold. And then you call and you lose. Or maybe the decision in real time is like close. And you call, and then you see the bad news. And then the thought comes, oh, I know I should have said that. I know I should have told you, right? To basically be more process oriented. Instead of results oriented. And just try to make the best decision you can with the information that you have in front of you. And to me, it's like, you never have this problem when you're under the gun with 70s off. If you've been trained and you know what you should be doing, you know what the right decision is. So to me, it's more training, more investigation, just from a technical standpoint. Which I know you're more of a mindset, but in technical, I think. Well, like, so an example hand we one way on project ten blocked up two pair on Jack ten, 5, and then it comes at king, and I re raise the flop and I'm against a player who I know will just like, you know, it's low stakes. So he's going to fall, so I raise the flop quite big calls, turn comes and a bit, and he calls very quickly. And the turn was a king and the river was another king, and then I checked the river in any bits out, and against this player profile, it's almost never a bluff. But in this spot, I've got Jack ten on what's effectively now king king Jack ten 5. I essentially have the nut blockers to the fore house. So I mean, yeah, but I told Chris he had king Jack, but I'm like, I know I should fold. I know I should fold. And I'm like, oh, whatever I call. And then obviously he's got king Jack. That's the sort of scenario. I know what the right decision is. I said to myself, in the moment, and then I still do the other thing. So I don't know if I've got some other kind of weird motivation that I'm that I'm doing in my game. Yeah, I mean, it could be fear of being wrong, right? Fear of folding and them having a bluff. Or something like that. Yeah, it could be something too of like almost like wanting to see the car wreck, right? Like, you know, you know, you know, but you have to see to confirm and. You know? So yeah, I mean, one thing that sticks out in my mind that I tell some message is, you know, do what you know. If it's the right move, make the right move. Keep making the right move over and over again, you can't not be profitable. That you feel before you make your decision too. What does it feel like? What are you experiencing? How are you internalizing that experience through your central nervous system? Because building awareness around how you're doing where you make that decision is the first thing that can give you clarity as to what's going on. Maybe just some journaling around that to see if that trust your instincts. Cool, thanks for that. Thanks, guys. Thank you. Good question, man. Thanks. All right. Let's see. Now I believe we have some questions in the thread I'll get to this question that we have here in the grant. For realism since he'll be able to check this out. Can you play? So it's questioning a few of your plan to explain you got excited and someone when there was a men buying it. That was inherently a sign of the fish. Could you talk about that? I only played live two 5, but typically mid buy and 60 BDs. The max volume is 200°, and a lot of people do that. I find often don't protect well against doubling yup. So in under an hour, I'm pretty reliably at times it is. Am I being for sure spring this up? Or is this just something to become the lead against better than.

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"brad wilson" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

The Poker Coaching Podcast

08:13 min | 3 months ago

"brad wilson" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

"Just live poker, you have so many more available data points that you need to take time to prioritize that may be of more value than a high level theoretical understanding or what is theoretically the better play. I think there's many times in my life Booker career where I've bluffed in spots because I have the perfect bluff candidate. While also knowing because of the situation that dude's just not going to fold, right? And it's weird to have those competing incentives. But I've just found that if I don't think guy's going to fold, then I just don't bluff. Even if I have the perfect bluff candidate. So basically, yeah, just prioritizing the available data points that you have in front of you. I think first and foremost, when you play live poker, think exploitatively, because most players that play live poker are highly exploitable. And if you don't do that, you're just going to leave money table. Fair enough. Great answer. Thank you. Tell you have a question while we're still waiting for someone in the audience who may have a question. I have a small list of questions. How'd you get started with public coaching? With pop culture and dot com. Jonathan little came on the podcast. We got gone. And then afterwards, he's like, yo, you want to make some content for poker coaching? And now is it? Easy enough. And once you decide to get in the content creating arena with the book of greatness, podcasts, you kind of decided to put yourself on the spotlight a little bit. And what made you decide to go that route? Yeah, so the original point of the podcast was I was promoting platform that I was playing on and that I believed in. And so the podcast was a marketing vehicle for that platform. And basically right before the podcast launched, rug kind of got pulled out from under me, where that platform reduced access to the high stakes games. And then three months down the road, they pulled access for everybody in America and paid everybody back at cash to everybody out. So nobody like lost money. But yeah, the original point was marketing and promotion. And then it just kind of turned into a labor of life. You know, I had, I would just have conversations on the podcast and afterwards I would just feel energized and happy and realized that I really loved doing this thing. And so, you know, for the next 6 months, I just did the podcast with really no business model and no plan. Only because I loved it. And then, you know, at some point, you've got to figure out how to make money from a venture. That's taking, you know, it costs money to release a podcast edit the episodes across time, it costs energy. So yeah. Basically, I kept doing it because I loved it. I loved it. And I still love it, which is why I continue to do it. It is a tool if I thought one is that people who want to get into streaming, like 6s and I or into the podcast room or YouTube creator. They don't realize that it's actually a job and how much work it takes to make a 5 minute video with the editing and all that kind of stuff. It is a lot of work. It's a ton. And in a lot of ways, like you had to take responsibility for what you're doing because generally nobody just kind of swoops in and saves the day. If you're looking to generate revenue income, build a business. Which is sort of what I learned and what that beat into my head, those first 6 months was like, you know, I thought that if I made a thing that was really great that people love that, you know, some random platform would just come out of the heavens and be like here is a boatload of money, Brad, just keep doing the thing and a little sponsorship. That is the furthest thing from the truth. So yeah, I mean, I started it. I continue to do it because it's a labor of love and poker coaching came. The opportunity came at a good time. When I was just building and growing the business and I recognized it, Jonathan, very gracious and generous. And I have my products at chasing poop for greatness dot com and he's always been like, yeah, you want to mention preflop, boot camp, go right ahead. I don't have any problems with that. And not only did I get to create content and help people in their careers, public poaching, but it also gave me and my brand exposure, which was quite a major benefit as well. Yeah, yeah, for sure. Cool. Guys, shout out to the audience. So if you guys have any questions, there's a raise your hand button. Go ahead and raise your hand. We'll bring you up here. You can ask the question as well. This is a two way street. You can see them. Yeah. I had another question while we're still waiting for the someone from the audience. So as someone who gets to work with a lot of different students of different skill levels, you know, you probably have students who are extremely crusher and students who may be able to just coming up, what do you think is the biggest maybe leak or things that are separated some of your students who may be good or just getting there? Away from some of your guys who are at the top or your biggest crushers outside of experience. I would say people that are afraid to fail, afraid to look down, that's going to really hinder your development as a perfect player. My most successful students and the people that I work with. Just aren't afraid of doing something that, you know, from the outside may look really dumb if they genuinely believe it's the right thing to do. And I think that the game tree in poker is so big that exploring these nodes that you're not familiar with is just kind of mandatory because there's only one way to improve your understanding of something that's uncomfortable. And that's just to get in there and get in that spot again and again and again and really think deeply and grow. I just think that too many people instead of asking for feedback in a poker hand strategically, the real question they want to ask is is there any way that I could have avoided this terrible emotion that I feel based on the result? Should I just fold the plot? Should I even call is there any way? That thing yeah. Yeah, it's one thing too. I'm a big proponent of, you know, find ways to add value and get in with groups of people who are better and smarter than you. And generally, if you're the smartest guy in the room, you're probably in the wrong room, right? And then you have that kind of philosophy, you just kind of get used to it. It's all shame and all pride because I try and surround myself with three or smarter than me, so I look stupid and so, you know, I get to be, you know, where they are and eventually, you know, it all comes together, you know? A lot of the edge in broker is doing things that other people aren't doing. All the decisions that you make, it could be an indicator that you're not pressing. You're not pushing yourself. You're not finding your limits. You're not putting yourself out there, being vulnerable. And trying.

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"brad wilson" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

The Poker Coaching Podcast

01:31 min | 3 months ago

"brad wilson" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

"Ask me anything session, we've been doing in the Discord. This month, we're fortunate enough to have long coats of PC, cash game, crusher, live, or line after a phenomenal coach. He has a podcast that's phenomenal as well. All kinds of people in the poker world. He's had on. So yeah, let's have Brad Wilson. How are you doing buddy? Very kind. Brad, both of us have been on the CPG podcast and now the tables have turned. The turntables have turned, as they say. So for anyone out there who may not be familiar with this or if you know the deal, the way this will work is if you do have a question for Brad, feel free to go ahead and raise your hand. There should be a little hand feature there. If you want to raise your hand, come on stage, you can ask your question to Brad, or on stage or that we have a threat there. You can type it and then we'll kind of get this going. But to get it started in time as well. I generally ask, ask the coaches a question that I think may add some value to the community and whatnot as well. So Brad, question I would have for you is coming into the game, you know, someone who may play a lot of live online poker, you know, maybe going out to the series and you feel like you.

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"brad wilson" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

05:23 min | 6 months ago

"brad wilson" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

"With the, he was like, I'm bringing a cash game player on coach Brad Wilson and a lot of his stuff was there was a lot of tournament stuff and there was some cash stuff, but not like as much. And I mean, I like tournaments, but I only like to play the really good, deep structures just 'cause I'm more of a cash game player. So I don't like the turbo tournament and you know all the small structures and that type of thing. So I was like, oh, sweet, like they're going to get a cash game coach. This is awesome. So then I don't know if it was your first video or what, but I think it was like poker language and you were talking about poker language and different concepts. It's been a while since I watched the videos so I don't remember it quite that much, but I was like, oh wow, dang, this is kind of a different approach that coach Brad is taking and saw I liked your style and then you talked about case in poker greatness. And I was like, oh, what's that? And then you talked about your slack group. So right away, you know, I hopped on, I created a slack account, got it, got the invite, got accepted into the group. And I guess at the same time, it was kind of what I was looking for was kind of a smaller tighter community, something where you could kind of get like more feedback from really good players and even yourself like you'll still provide feedback and something that's pretty active to where you're message or maybe you're a hand history post won't get lost because, you know, poker coach and dot com. I mean, they have a great site, but they have a lot of users. And so a lot of that stuff can get lost in translation. People won't reply to your hand histories and so once I found this greatness village that was a smaller community and had more feedback, I just kind of became hooked and then you had talked about pre flop boot camp I don't know if you remember, but I kept emailing you questions about it because once I got to the village, I was like, oh, okay. I like this village, but I think they're more like online grinders and, you know, that's kind of a little bit different format than a live poker scene. And so I kept asking you all kinds of questions like, well, can I apply this to, you know, live games or live situations and pretty much like you're like, well, yeah, like it's still a foundation. It's still a really good foundation that every poker player needs in their toolbox..

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"brad wilson" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

06:28 min | 7 months ago

"brad wilson" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

"And my mother in law got it for me for Christmas last year. I remember that great debacle. Yes. Tell the story. Tell the story, beeman. Come on. So after it was like two it was almost a month after, wasn't it? Something like that. It was a while. She challenged the charge on her card. She didn't really recognize it. So we only had to go through that and figure getting that taken away. Yeah. That's embarrassing. Welcome to the scary email saying somebody has refuted a charge on their credit card. And I was like, what the hell? I'm like, I'm like looking at it. And I was like, beaming. Luckily, it wasn't. Luckily, you didn't steal somebody's identity to sign up for pre flop boot camp. I was like, is that even his name? Is he just a fake person that went through the program? Decided from there to just purchase the rest. Yeah, just buy it by the rest of the day. Yeah. What led you after boot camp to buy the other courses? Hunger for knowledge, to be honest. It was at that point where I started understanding where I should be starting at and I want to know where to go and how to acquire a win rate on ignition or ACR or even understand all that. So guessing that boot camp is okay. Oh yeah, I enjoyed boot camp. I learned a lot from it. I started thinking about the game a little bit differently, just from a complete novice, even though I've been playing for a long time, I would say a complete novice to after boot camp just to understanding like that first, the first step was first, yeah, the first step. Yeah, the first phase of this crazy game. That we learned and play. What's your struggle now? After going through the courses, fish and barrel, feeding frenzy, knuckle, preflow boot camp. And probably fishing with dynamite too. Which I haven't even like marketed or sold publicly yet. My struggle now I would say is more is probably still like on the turn. I'm getting much better at knowing when to see that how much either small or larger feedback stuff like that, how that works, how that plays into the game tree, but on the turn, I still find myself getting lost and you know and as soon as the hands over, whether it's positive or negative or whatever. Oh, I should have, you know, probably check that turn. I would never get more on the river save myself on the river or I said about that turn for sure. Yeah. But you know I don't I'm not able to put in a ton of volume or anything like that. So I'm still, you know, feel pretty positive about where I came from to where I'm at now. Well, with having. So what's interesting is having awareness that the turn is a spot that you're struggling in is a really big upgrade. That's a really good thing to be aware of where your struggle is instead of having no awareness of where you don't really know what's going on. You know what I mean? It gives you a target to shoot at moving forward. And you know, I think it is a learnable thing. And it's always good to keep stock of these entry points to where you can investigate learn, upgrade your thought process in specific situations like you just had like the turn. So out of all the training that is on the market that I guess that you have tried. How do you think the CPG stuff differentiates itself from all the other guys? The first major is, I mean, pretty much anything on the market now is GTO, solver. Kind of that line where this is more about actually analyzing the data the pools that we play in and what's really going on rather than playing against the computer or somebody else that plays perfect or if there is even that person why do you think that why does that resonate with you other rather than solver? Well, I'm playing 25 or 50 NL on ignition or ACR, which I don't really do as a sneaker. It doesn't matter how high you play really. Well, I don't think I was just saying that that pool is definitely not, you know, study in the solvers as much or maybe there are studying of playing it or I just think what's resonated with me is that the data you're looking at and building these off of seems to come from the actual people that we're playing against. Yeah, that's the computer. Yeah, yeah. That's the point, you know? The specific player profile, the recreational player, the fish. That's unstudied, and more instinctual. We'll have the same bad habits, whether they're applying 50 NL or two K and L, that's just kind of the reality of human beings. In the world, we're a fish, dark bits to flood. And you don't know what to do. One man the coach Brad Wilson as a sure fire.

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"brad wilson" Discussed on The Chip Race

The Chip Race

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"brad wilson" Discussed on The Chip Race

"A lot of garrett's ranged landed this far but it can't call right so if he has jack he should just probably voting at this point. I mean i guess maybe it mixes but the point. I'm trying to get to his way. Beyond the equity thresholds given how large this pot has swollen to for like his single payer hands to be hero off unless they have pretty. Strong removal like nine. Ten is probably a better called as jack. I would guess. I think that he was probably only considering one or the other options. Not that he doesn't recognize his hand could do either but just more so that in live you're going to be swayed one way or the other pretty heavily based on your opponent and it's really difficult to split that line of thinking in one singular decision point right so if he arrives that's and he just immediately recognizes like okay low-frequency. My hand calls in my hand raises. But i'm dealing with berkey. Who just went over bet over half pot. it's almost certain that he's just going to shift is mindset between forty and calling or folding and raising so that he can put a singular focus on what would sway him away from the fold basically. I actually think his hand is a really good candidate to shove. Because i probably don't over bet a hand like queen of hearts on the turn so now blocking queen documents seems really really critical. I think like nine ten of hearts probably services better caller fold and nine ten of diamonds. If we're like really scrutinizing here probably serves him a little bit better. The shove i did plan are calling but honestly like even after the fact knowing that is the best end and that i played the hands. The way i wanted to to potentially do stat shove. I'm kind of glad he did. Because even though my mind was made up when you're just in the moment you know things sometimes get a little hazy and you just can't believe that someone could pull that trigger. Even though i know garrett's capable well tara i'm conscious. Maybe the final word here solitaire. Obviously putting an overnight shift last night did you within the game tree analyze. You know maybe wasp burkey should do. If she'll upon there is his hand just too strong and the fact that he comes to the small sizing the door for the ray so he claimed has made his bed once he goes that way. Well actually i mean this is one of the spots blockers manner more than anything else. The way peo- will consider is like what's being represented here. How do we block that. So it actually thinks that this is a pretty much a snap. Coal is making ten percent of the posh but for example it will set of aids here. it's worst. Call that kind..

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"brad wilson" Discussed on The Chip Race

The Chip Race

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"brad wilson" Discussed on The Chip Race

"An unprecedented eighteen different bracelet. Events will be televised with a minimum of fifteen hours of coverage of the trump roman event provided exclusively by poker central. Now the ten km main has been speculated. Could be the largest ever. It's going to fall different starting to choose from with day one being november fourth. It's gonna continue to play through to the final table on november sixteenth yet. Very much looking forward to the coverage of this one. I think they would probably put a similar team together from an audience point of view. We'll have the same sort of commentary teams and probably the same rendering. Saint production team. May well do the business but it will be on. Cbs as opposed to espn. I'm very much looking forward to the coverage. I might even get out there. I'm not sure yet. I know you've already booked your trip although goodness knows at the moment with her with with delta variant with delta very whatnot. It's looking a little bit worrisome. For that time of year for people on this side of the planets look obviously we're all vaccinated where most of us will be in europe by them and maybe we'll be okay and you can go there their undo. Your bollocks yeah. Hopefully i got strep. I don't know how many thousands of bucks instead of staying home and grinding online because it would be nice to get back to the life felt especially with the waso pay. I'm going to try and do two weeks out. That is screaming. We get off of the red list just to keep our fingers crossed and nancy. What happens anything else yes. Unit has launched them. Lgbtq plus atas kindred the company behind the scene lebron's union button. Thirty to read has become the first gambling firm to launch. Said avatars as part of pride mccarthy twenty one govern hayward can rids chief h off a said kindred employees can prior to work for a diverse and inclusive company. Whatever the gender sexual identity this is not a tick. Box exercise kindred this is aligned with a corporate values abroad diversity..

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"brad wilson" Discussed on The Chip Race

The Chip Race

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"brad wilson" Discussed on The Chip Race

"I didn't probe or look to find out more. But afterwards i thought to myself holy shit was brought off billy clubs at said no so now that i have you back and you tell me more. No a joke man. It was a joke. Learn to take show. We were so specific european. Have been out irony here by the americans. They're not supposed to do our that's it. You're done you're locking soccer pokhran Brad it has been long overdue getting to cheer on our show. I feel like we were the friends who kept showing up at your house and eating out of your fridge without having you back to our place for barbecue. Brad wilson thank you. It's my pleasure and you're welcome to come out of my fridge anytime it's always a pleasure. Thank you very much exit. Tone breath amazing company over the davis but it would you know what it was. He was so specific he was like a six figure. High six figures seven figures. I was like wait with decimal points. What what's going on here. This has been ever since it was a throwaway joe. Eight hundred thousand or whatever was what do they make him. Do timeline the news. Hello and welcome to the news. The w. pt twenty five k. Heads up has been in gone to play. Twenty five grand entry by was a mix of old and new scrupulous plus sports influences music thousand qualifies patrick antonio Fill abby greenwood on. Chris crook all meant the final. Oh philosophy bested antonio in the final to take the title. This was just absolutely brilliant tv. I gotta say. I was so impressed. Play the production or not thomas. Scaling was one of the people behind poker king. Until you're partnering for this event. I suppose it was such a mixture. It was a star-studded line-up it was some brilliant commentators. Brilliant co commentators who came in as guests and the battleship format that a lot of matches talk where players were playing on devices obsolete. Euler on what looked like almost a ping pong table was really really good. There was kind of a commune atmosphere in the backdrop as opposed vignette captured. That sense that they're all on holidays in cabo and yeah they've come up with a really interesting format with this one and Yeah it was great to watch him and looking forward to another one already. Absolutely speaking of heads up matches. Phil has beaten. Daniel gra new again. Now now let me do my peace. Then you can have a good giggle film..

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"brad wilson" Discussed on The Chip Race

The Chip Race

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"brad wilson" Discussed on The Chip Race

"The performance is a great very lucky with costing people who really boy into it. I saw recently with matt. Damon and ed norton when they went to the world series and obviously they're not gonna poker but they say that they interviewed him and they said it's like if someone tried to act someone at that table tried to act in hollywood movie. It wouldn't work and and they're not that good at the table because they don't do any things apoka pro has to do to make a profit at a very difficult game to do so they were very honest about it and i think knowing that you can see. They sort of had that in their head when they were making the movie. And the scripting compliment scripts and production second-to-none in my opinion absolutely well as it did mark the start of poker being depicted onscreen closer to the way it release it. Also maybe marked the end of to you. You rent a poker in the movies in time. Look you smart money. Ocean's eleven lock stock into smoking barrels and that awful stinker runner runner having seen the template of how. It's done better do they get it around in those movies. I mean runner runner is woefully bad. You know the the premise is quite good. You can understand. Why it was commissioned a movie if you into a hollywood producer now and that movie not been made they would probably make that movie pretty quickly because it sounds like a good idea but they just blow it. I mean ben. Affleck is shocking. Justin timberlake his terrible. It's really not a great movie for anyone. Involved and in time is awful. There are some old school poker movies. They're fun to watch the poco moment in there and say off those films. The worst is to minute scene in lock stock where they're just flinging cards each other very serious since she just throwing cards around a table and if that was your family it would be. You know that wasn't poker. No one thinks he's poke other than the four actors involved clearly been told be playing instead straight last. This is exactly how they do it all for the cards in like this. It looks moody over every single hand. It's awful arca cannot abide lock stock and two smoking companies or whatever but cowpokes national is terrible movies somehow got to make war on earth but a terrible even. I can do better than this friend of the show. Martin harris writes extensively about poker tv in his poker book poker in pop culture. His book is obviously..

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"brad wilson" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"brad wilson" Discussed on WTVN

"To have a moisture meter because it tells you exactly whether you need to water or not, and rain moving through. Showers can really be confusing. Did I get it off? Did I not get enough? You know in Senator center so physically checking it out whether you touch the root ball or you put the moisture meter in there. That's the way to tell. And, of course, plans could tell you to when they start to wilt a little bit, But but that's the best way the moisture meter could be your friend again by him as cheap as 10 bucks. Oh, my gosh, Moisture meter, and I can get that anywhere. Oh, yeah, Both The garden centers have that for you. If you can't find me go online you'll find but don't buy. Don't buy $100 would just get the wood says wet try or in the middle. That's all you need to know. Wet dry in the middle. Okay? One last question about this because I want to get it right. And you stick that in the soil by the plant. Is that what you do? You stick that in the roof, all of the plants. You know, we don't really care about the soil around the planets. The root ball itself broke the root ball. That'll soak the soil around it as well. So right at the base of the plant. That's where you're concerned whether there's moisture there are not so many times we water, but that doesn't get penetrated. What doesn't go into the actual root ball itself because the other other places of the soil, so check the media root ball. That's the most important thing. And you said something about Johnny being off today. I guarantee you he's listening to this segment right now. You really think he is? He probably is just he. You know what? Johnny is The type of your Yeah, He's like, You know what? I'm going to listen to see if they say my name. Exactly. There you go. And your name. Brad Wilson. Tomorrow host of him in the garden tended noon. Have a great weekend. Run. Hey, you too, and be careful on the watering. All right. Thank you so much. 7. 20.

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"brad wilson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"brad wilson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Brad Wilson throws sure one the forty Niners have stopped the forty Niners and the NFC west and the top seed in the NFC buyer yard by our yard those are five plays we just played for you if those five plays don't happen the forty Niners could have been eight night eight eight this same team that went to the Super Bowl and I have a ten point lead with seven minutes to go and we all think they should have won and they should win next year they should go fourteen and doing this that the other five plays that were all within the final two minutes of a football game but if they don't happen exactly as they did the Niners could go eight night so this idea that the forty Niners are just gonna put helmets on and walk out and go fourteen into next year that is not how it works doesn't mean they won't but they're going to have to have things go their way they're going to have to make clutch plays you look at that schedule go they got this no no no no no no no those are those are NFL teams that are gonna be gotten for them and it is going to be incredibly hard just about every single week Mauricio dupont joins us next on the sports later you're listening to a mark Willard now one one oh four five F. M. B. C.'s KNBR sports leader we are strong we are resilient and we will get through this together but these are stressful times and it's important to also practice good self care it's normal to feel overwhelmed anxious or afraid but there is hope reach out to someone connect with your friends stay in touch with your community and know that you are not alone learn more at we are broadcasters dot com slash hope furnished by the national association of broadcasters and the station if you get builder Pina colada quick the quicker picker upper bounty picks up spills and messes quicker and is two times more absorbent than the leading ordinary brand so you can get back to getting caught in the I don't do you have constipation with belly pain straining and bloating that keeps coming back take the five question got check to see if it could be more than occasional constipation it could be irritable bowel syndrome with constipation or IBS C. yes Berlin appetite is a prescription medication that treats I. B. S. C. in adults Lynn says is not a laxative it works differently winds S. helps relieve belly pain unless you have more frequent and complete bell movements individual results may vary do not give to children less than six and it should not be given to children six to less than eighteen it may harm them do not take Lynn's S. if.

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Radio From Hell

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Utah legislators to create guidelines for reopening the state economy

"House speaker Brad Wilson said legislators will create guidelines to start re awakening the state's slumbering economy slumber and his comatose is not carefully methodically as quickly as possible and responsibly by the end of the month state epidemiologist Angela Dunn said during her Daily News conference that the goal of reopening the economy gradually by the end of the month is great to have but it should be done based on data one of the bills considered would create a commission assigned to craft such a framework with three different economic health guidance levels in the state would use that the state could use for a phased reopening the commission would have to present those proposed guidelines to governor Herbert by April tenth twenty second he would then either implement or explain why he is implementing them by the end

Brad Wilson Angela Dunn State Epidemiologist