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AJ's Initial Thoughts on Election Night 2020
"I mean, who would have thought? We'd ever miss hanging chads. So this show is a combination of famous bits and politics is a bitch. I can't believe we have to go to bed. It's 1 o'clock in the morning here in Las Vegas. My throat is horse from screaming at the TV, screaming at Donna brazile, Chris Wallace, Jake tapper, a number of other assholes that I just can't John Roberts. I can't say. And some fucking boring woman, they put on the Fox News channel, along with Martha McCallum, who's the wolf in sheep's clothing and Brett Bayer who, listen, he has his one hour time slot on Fox that's the most boring fucking show, you ever want to see. You know, I know he's steady Eddie, but he has no panache, no pizazz, the team that Fox put together to bring us this election night special, the biggest election of our generation. What a fucking dud, so I'm a horse. And I'm a little worse for wear, but this is an embarrassment. Not to mention there was some very dubious behavior. If not criminal behavior, and we're going to find out in the ensuing days, you know, we heard for a while that Pennsylvania was going to be a pain in the ass. But did we expect it to be this fucking annoying? you guys lock up and go home? What kind of fucking union is this? Are you kidding me? The presidential election hangs in the balance and you're going home. Did we expect Arizona to apparently apparently I should say flip like we're being told it flip? Is this the ghost of John McCain sticking up Trump's asshole? Sure seems that way if the numbers hold up. Wisconsin we don't know yet. Michigan, we don't know yet. And the Secretary of State and Pennsylvania said they could be counting ballots till Friday.
Caller: Herschel Walker Had to Debate the Moderator
"I live in North Carolina, but I did watch that debate. And I thought it was horrific that the moderator debated Herschel work, so female moderator, what is this? Is this sort of like Chris Wallace with Trump? And the debate the moderator and I think he did a fabulous job and it is wrong. How can people even imagine, I mean, there's countries. There's more countries out there in Europe that don't agree with this kind of policy to kill children that out of the womb that old and the other thing is Marjorie Taylor Greene had the debate the moderator too. I don't know what's going on in Georgia. We
Author Deborah Cohen Describes the 'Big Get' Interviews of the 1930s
"The journalists in your book are interviewing the most important political figures of their day. Hitler Mussolini Franco Trotsky, Gandhi, Churchill, FDR. Could you describe some of these encounters and also, how important were these interviews? For example, would this be as high profile as if Anderson Cooper, Chris Wallace, were interviewing Vladimir Putin right now in the day of this recording his early April as that Russian Ukrainian war is still going on, or would it be more of a puff piece? Could you talk about these encounters with these world leaders? These are the analogy that you draw as exactly right. These are the big guts of their time. And in part, the reason why these interviews are so significant in this analogy with Putin brings this is that there's a sense that these are the figures who are determining history. So history is being made by them and also through them. So actually getting to sit down with them allows a reporter a kind of privileged access into the psychology and to the intellectual thought process, you know, it's not the same, you know, you could sit down with my career or Ramsay MacDonald or any number of kind of normal political leaders. And you've got, you know, some of their spend, you got maybe a little bit of a glimpse, but fundamentally you didn't think that their personality was making history. On the other hand, once you're dealing with a Trotsky or a Mussolini or a Hitler or Stalin or a Putin, it's certainly the case that they are outsized figures who is Jimmy shin puts in our managing to channel the tide of history, quite literally. So how important these are and what you get from them really does depend upon who you're talking
Daily Caller: Chuck Todd Removed From MSNBC's 'Meet the Press'
"Now something interesting has happened with chuck Todd The daily caller MSNBC removes host chuck Todd's meet the depressed daily quote unquote from cable lineup this is K Smith MSNBC chuck Todd's meet the press daily plays streaming only option for viewers and changing the name to meet the press now I guess he's going the way of Chris Wallace I don't know But he'll still have a Sunday show which has no ratings Meet the press hosted by chuck Todd is moving from the 1 p.m. Eastern Time cable slot to 4 p.m. slot on the streaming service according to The Hollywood Reporter In other words they're burying it MSNBC is reportedly rebranding the 1 p.m. hour to MSB and correspondent and anchor Chris Jensen will lead the new show the outlet continued Wasn't he chasing like perverts for years mister producer Remember him Huh Oh it's a female What was that other guy Chris something or other Chris Hansen that's it So Chris Jansen is a birthing person Switch up is set to take place On May 26th the hill reported And the network will also start producing a podcast called meet the press now Make the press now Can't wait NBC News is the leader in streaming news NBC News president Noah Oppenheim stated Since our launch we've been committed to delivering the best of NBC News journal that Well you failed you jerk Free to streaming audiences everywhere Broadcast actors to see the massive potential of streaming Meet the press daily franchise to NBC News now reinforces the platform status as the destination for news on
Piers Morgan Edited Interview to Spin Against Trump
"Big controversy President Trump got angry he was being grilled By the fierce Piers Morgan bring up with his accent and so forth And about the election Do you have proof He was sort of doing the British imitation of Chris Wallace Or on him in a moment too It's amazing how the market works And brooms out the the dust Anyway what happened Well apparently Morgan and the Morgan heights with whom he surrounds himself have absolutely destroyed the editing process of that interview with president Trump at least that's the allegation Breitbart's got a great write up on it All of us do blaze media does others do Apparently pierce if that is his name that were my name I would change it but nonetheless that's his name They edited to make it look like at the end it was extremely controversial The president didn't want to talk to him anymore He got up in a huff told the cameras to shut off and walk down That's not what happened Because president Trump was very sharp about this They taped it too And they released that tape And that shows how the interview editing process was manipulated to create controversy to try and help Piers Morgan
CNN+ To Shut One Month After Debut
"Network subscription service is folding after just four weeks after its launch in late March. According to The New York Times, CNN plus will cease operations on Saturday, April 30th. CNN launched on March 29th and was offered either a $6 a month or $60 a year. In addition to its on demand library of services and films, CNN plus featured live online programming hosted by CNN Staples and anchors who were poached from other networks like Chris Wallace and NBC News Cassie hunt. After just a couple of weeks, it was such a failure that they had to scrap it all together. They were planning to spend a $1 billion on it. Chris Wallace, okay. Chris Wallace left the left Fox News and came to CNN and has been a total failure. CNN plus is just another example. Of the forces of market gravity working against. The woke. So you have Twitter
CNBC: CNN+ Draws Less Than 10,000 Viewers per Day
"You ever wondered if the powers of B and CNN were out of touch with reality Their thought that people would go yes what I really want to do is actually pay to stream this product So the scene then plus streaming service that went live march 29th it has a tracked a grand worldwide audience of drum roll 10,000 people per day Yeah no kidding If you were then 10,000 people per day CNN plus that according to CNBC so with an average audience of around 700,000 daily viewers to the traditional product I mean who could have seen that coming Who could have seen that people didn't want to pay 5 99 per month or 59.99 annually to put more than their lives and the form of the streaming product And the best part is this doesn't even begin to pay Chris Wallace's contract to whom they lured over from Fox News for that launch You're kind of familiar with the question that if a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it doesn't make a sound similar question could be asked of CNN plus because right now all they're doing is paying Chris Wallace and company to talk to themselves
Mark Levin Leaves an Open-Invitation for Bob Iger
"Mister producer I don't know how you would find the man but if Chris Wallace can maybe you can Bob Iger is the former CEO of Disney He's had a lot of input behind the scenes the invisible hand In encouraging people at Disney to take the positions that they have taken And it's time I think he comes out of the shadows I'd like to have a very honest discussion with him
How Many Americans Have Died From COVID vs. With COVID?
"Brett Baer doing a great job yesterday on Fox News Sunday. Chris Wallace bolted after years with Fox News. Now he went over to CNN. So now I guess they have a set of I think they have a panel of rotating hosts. And yesterday, Brett baro was the guest host and he did a great job and he normally has the weeknight slot on Fox News, but he really held Rochelle Walensky his feet to the fire. Asking about a question that we've asked over and over, you've asked over and over, how many people in that 800,000 number have died not from COVID, but with COVID? Because now we're finding out just now two years in, oh, they've been counting deaths with COVID, so they didn't necessarily listen to her answer, this is hysterical, clearly she doesn't want to answer a very legitimate, simple question. Do you know how many of the 836,000 deaths in the U.S. linked to COVID are from COVID or how many are with COVID, but they had other comorbidities? Do you have that breakdown? Yes, of course, with uma crime we are following that very carefully, our death registry, of course, takes a few weeks to end as it takes a few weeks to collect. And of course, a Macron has just been with us for a few weeks, but those data will be forthcoming. Yes, we know, but I ain't gonna tell you, Brett. That's classic. That is classic. Yes, we know. Now the death data is a few weeks. We need a few weeks. 836,000 is over two years. How many of those died from COVID? Not with COVID, but from
Chris Wallace to Join CNN Plus After Fox News Channel Departure
"Chris Wallace announced he's leaving Fox News, he signed off yesterday after Fox News Sunday 18 years and headed over to CNN. To do the to do CNN streaming, CNN is about to launch the CNN version of Fox nation. Which is a streaming subscription based platform, and they're going to make Chris Wallace, I guess, a big part of that
U.S. Surgeon General urges vaccines, boosters
"Was coping nineteen cases spiking along with an increase in corona virus hospitalizations officials continue to urge the un vaccinated to get a shot as covert infections rise in some states across the country Surgeon General the Vic Murphy is warning of an uptick link to the winter season and cold weather where more people are indoors he's reiterating the need to get vaccinated and get boosters if available baxeen Sylvania high degree protection especially as a worse outcomes of coded like hospitalization and death he made the comments on fox news Sunday with Chris Wallace where he was asked about people who refuse to get the vaccine like Aaron Rodgers twelve freedom is absolutely important we also have a collective responsibility to one another when our decisions impact the health and well being of others the also says that the court ultimately blocks the Biden administrations vaccine mandate for private businesses it would be a setback for public health I'm Julie Walker
Mike Reflects on His Past Comments About Kelly Clarkson's Appearance
"A number of years ago, I got embroiled in a big thing where I made a flippant remark about a woman's weight. And that went viral and it was horrifying. And the reason I was horrified by it was only because my stupid comment and listen, I'm the last person in the universe to make any remark about anybody's weight, much less a beautiful young woman like Kelly Clarkson. And knowing that there was such media coverage over a conversation that I had with Chris Wallace about that. And it was a real one of those stupid two middle aged white guys making a stupid remark about somebody who put on weight. And this guy wrote about it, and it went viral. It was all over the place. People magazine TMZ everywhere, and I was horrified because I knew that that got back to her. Because of all the publicity, I just it killed me to think that my words would hurt a magnificently talented and successful and beautiful woman like her. And it really did impact me enormously. I mean, it was awful. I went into a box there for weeks and weeks. It was and of course I apologize profusely and I hope that my apology reached her. I have no idea how I would reach her if I ever, but I just it was one of the worst chapters of my career. Only because I knew that my words were heard by her and I wasn't going to get into, yeah, but it was only a quick aside and it was this stupid writer who's an attention seeker and I don't care about any of that. My words hurt somebody.
The Latest: Fauci dismayed by Texas' move to ban mandates
"Doctors calling Texas governor Greg Abbott's moves to ban vaccine mandates in his state really unfortunate appearing on fox news Sunday with Chris Wallace Dr Anthony Fauci says governor Greg Abbott's decision to block Texas businesses from requiring employees get vaccinated against covert nineteen could damage public health I can understand perhaps what the governor is trying to do but I think when you're in a public health crisis sometimes unusual situations require unusual actions and in this case it's things like mandating beat a mask or vaccinations the president's chief medical adviser says some sixty six million Americans currently eligible are not vaccinated and that leaves more room for the virus to circulate we're not living in a vacuum as individuals we're living in a society and
Fox's Chris Wallace Confronts Biden Advisor Over Claim That Reconciliation Bill Cost $0
"Senior adviser to joe biden. He's a guy named cedric. Richmond you may remember him because biden couldn't remember his name and you know in a very cringe-worthy moment referred to his black senior adviser as my boy or said the boy or my boy cedric richmond. Not a good look. So here's the same cedric richmond. Making this specious. This dishonest this unethical this outright outrageous lie that three point five trillion dollars isn't gonna cost anything. Listen to chris. Wallace has pushed back but at the end of the day chris. I think what's important for people to understand. Is that this piece of legislation zero. We're gonna pay for it all by raising taxes on the very wealthy embiid corporations versus seven. I gotta stop you there. It doesn't cause there whether it's three and a half trillion or two trillion it or one and a half trillion. Whatever it costs that amount of money now you can pay for it either by borrowing or you can pay for it by raising taxes on corporations and the wealthy but it doesn't cost era. Even chris wallace is say. Wait a minute what are you talking about. It cost zero later in the interview. He pushed back again again. I just wanna to press down on this. Because i can understand the argument. A lot of people say that your math is wrong and even that it won't add zero to the debt. You could make the argument if you pay for it. You add zero to the debt. But that doesn't mean that caused zero. I mean the fact that you're raising people's taxes is a cost. We're also reducing taxes in this piece of legislation. it's a fifty million. Americans are going to get a tax cut in this piece of legislation that matt pay for working families but net if it's a two trillion dollar spending plan net net cost two trillion dollars. Well not necessarily sure. And that's why we will make sure that all of the democrats are involved in how we shape it. But everyone's worried about not necessarily about. How are you not necessarily sure about two trillion dollars not costing two trillion dollars. He's the senior adviser to the president of the united states of america. God help
Caller Says We Have to Blame All Involved Who Got Joe Biden in Office
"Mark A sun tzu 2500 years ago wrote in the art of war armed conflict is the most primitive form of warfare Out of that you get economic warfare which could cause an economic collapse You get brainwashing or destroying the use of the country All of these things are many of them were thousands of years old the ideas and this is exactly what the Democrat party is implementing It's very serious very diabolical but it is brilliant not that AOC is brilliant but the strategist and tacticians who planned this and carried it out we have to crush the Democrat party as you know And then I hope we could work together with loyal American Democrats to work together to get the creeps out of the Republican Party and decrease out of the Democrat party The never Trump was the admiral of the general as all those people that attacked Trump They're the cause or part of the cause Biden's in there So they're as responsible as Biden is what Biden is doing We can't let Biden get all the blame All the people that put them in office Chris Wallace during the debates that the hurt Trump all of those people were working together knowingly or just being stupid They put Biden in the office They're all responsible Let me just say it's going to be a little bit more complicated Jimmy as you know And the reasons this They've created this massive government Leviathan which is loyal to the Democrat party Democrat party takes care of it takes care of their income protects them grows them expands their authority And so there is this relationship between the Democrat party and the bureaucracy So when a Republican comes in Reagan or Trump and so forth And they're trying to scale back the size of government They are sabotaged In the saboteurs work with the media we saw that with the FBI most recently but it's all the time The sabotage leaked tax returns of the president of the United States to the media They will never do anything like this of course To Joe Biden because Joe Biden's going to expand their authority and give them money more resources
Fox News' Chris Wallace Confronts Mayorkas Over Border Chaos
"That This is my alleged Homeland Security secretary You're only job is to be the secretary of Homeland Security to secure the homeland It's written in the job title Here's my orcas when he's Chris Wallace and Fox system hey I got an idea to secure the homeland It's just crazy ideally How about we build a wall Well that might stop some people not all but might stop some people from crossing into the United States illegally That's a crazy idea Maybe we should try that and listen to my orcas response Check this out Why did you allow them in the country in the first place Why didn't you build forgive me A wall or a fence to stop them from walking in this flood of people coming across the dam It looks like a highway that allows them to cross the rail ground It is this policy of this administration We do not agree with the building of the wall The law provides that individuals can make a claim for humanitarian relief That is actually one of our proudest traditions So you can make a claim for humanitarian relief So I'm just checking Can you do that In the middle of the desert on the Texas Arizona Mexico border at four o'clock in the morning Now if you're a liberal listening you're confused right now But I asked that question deliberately and for a reason Why can't you do that Why can't you make an asylum claim at three 30 in the morning at the Texas Mexico in Arizona border somewhere in the middle of desert Well maybe because we don't have an office there We don't have an office there We don't have some personnel there from ice or CBP whatever to entertain your asylum claims So how would you if you were gonna do an organized asylum claim process How would you actually do it Just a question just throwing that out there for the leftist Well I've got an idea Maybe you would build a wall and an actual hard border to the United States which would encourage people who wanted to enter the United States to enter through what we would call ports of entry or points of entry correct Pour its points airports You know the legal organized way So how would it work then You would walk through a port of entry you would make an appointment whatever it may be you'd go to a consulate overseas You would make an asylum claim that could be entertained by a judge or some kind of advocate or adjutant there And they could actually determine if you were entitled to asylum That's how a sane person
"chris wallace" Discussed on Cards Chat
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"chris wallace" Discussed on Cards Chat
"What do you like the due to relax. I love photography. And i love hiking out in the in the national parks around vegas. I didn't know how much there was to see here. Because i only came here for poker and then when i started dating jordan the first time i came. She took me to red rocks hiking. And just just gorgeous amazing and we've got value fire zion. All these local parks. And there's you know there's a mountain you can walk to. The top of the whole does amazing view of the city. That's like just a few miles from my house photographer. I have two cameras sitting on my desk right now. I love photography having a ton of fun with wildlife photography that is really you know my dream job away from poker would be wildlife photography but it's a hard thing to make a real living with and And i don't know if i'm willing to do what. What is what it takes to make. That happen is really most wildlife photographers. That are very successful. People who started with a lot of money. And i've just figured out to have a hobby that pays them okay but You know there's it's hard to make a living as a wildlife photographer when you need you know twenty or thirty thousand dollars in camera equipment and you need then to spend a bunch of money traveling and then you're trying to sell pictures to nasty graphic eighty bucks. It's tough it's tough to pull that off with. But i have a ton of just hiking in the desert and take doing wildlife photography with what i can find out there tortoises and snakes and knocks whatever hummingbirds in my backyard. So i guess surfing. I does have to be content. That the wild fish whales sharks and doggies davis they can be. I'm going to be doing a bunch of photography at the world series this year. That's one of the gigs couple of gigs. Picked up have been photography at the world series. And that'll be superfund excellent coil. If again massive burnett fx if you could go back in time until the younger version of yourself one thing what would you tell yourself.
"chris wallace" Discussed on Cards Chat
"Playing style game at gives bad players a chance to play a lot. More hands gives them an excuse to play a lot more hands so they're more profitable and it's also an extra fun decision and it means that everyone should really be playing a few more hands so we get to mix it up more and then and i really enjoy the split pot games. I think there's so much thinking to be done. So if it's superstar eight right. You're playing a lot more hands and you're doing all the thinking that is involved in study that you don't you don't do instead or razz or even really hold them where you're thinking ab- you know based on your opponents boards. What dead cards. There are what you have. What are your equities in each direction. There's a lot more complicated than i think. More complicated is more fun or subaru's new playing half we playing a razz hand. Basically but with the superstar start and then half the pot goes to the best began the best card but doogie hand and that that limits the information drastically on one side because they really only need to play one card for their duty. So yeah i those are. Those are my favorite poker variants there. They're all stud split pot game. So are superfund action is better. I like Antonius three two one two three. Thank you very much for sending these questions. Chris beyond playing outside besides learning how to play better poker with under thirty. What else is a reader of your shortstop. Ninja book likely learn. Oh i think the biggest lesson will be the way of thinking if you if you will learn how to play each of those stacks and and see what i've done in the book you end up understanding why that's my hope anyway that not just that you can memorize these weapons that i have in this stack size and this is what i should use them. But you understand why and so you're able to thin think ahead enhance even when you're deep stacked and you know that there's twenty big blinds in the pot each have fifty behind if i bet twelve. He's likely to shove he's gonna be setup fold equity if he shoves it's going to stack says they're going to be correct. The what if. I bet six than eat like it might be a little bit of an over shove. Maybe he walked. Or what if. I if i have a draw now maybe i want to check to him so that he'll bet shells and if he doesn't bet it's not a disaster because i have a drama free card so that sort of thinking even in much deeper stacks is what i would hope people would learn other than memorizing the how to potties the various weapons of short stacks. Good answer and last question from antonio is three two one two three. What are the top skills. Your students can learn from you as a poker coach as i've gotten better at teaching strategy and there's more strategy content out there so that my students are are showing up better in term strategy. Already i find myself more and.
"chris wallace" Discussed on Cards Chat
"Sushi guy. There's a couple of like really high end places that people rave about. But i really like the bargains naked fish. The are naked fishes best italian. It's tie between roma and nor roma deli brown spice and nora's added. We'll be very happy to hear the best eleo in the second floor of the cosmopolitan loser andres tapas place coal. New all kinds of weird rare foods and Chemical strana me stuff. They're very interesting last. Love best home cooking i. That's the thing we don't have a lot of in vegas. We have a lot of the Classic american fare thing as chefs have done that. I don't know about things that are like home cooking. There's a couple of places that are okay. But i don't know if those who call by his home cooking either i guess i would say I like simple american food. That is like what you might get at home. There's what's the name of that place. There's a soul kitchen. That's very good if you're from the south and if you're not an and then also there's in caesar's the pub gordon ramsey's pub. I don't remember the name of it but that is very like comfort. Food filled with like british comfort food. That's also really good at a reasonable price. Picks that connects well. These segment of the show returned to our cards chant community to see what questions you guys are listening and watching one and to ask our guests. We have a dedicated on the cards. Ken formed for this. So as we announce our future guests will be. Please be sure to send in your questions First question's come from crystals crystals. Thank you very much always really great you descendants of questions Press are you planning on writing anymore books in the future. I am right now. I'm working on a bunch of fiction projects right now actually. I'm definitely going to write some more things. And i'm gonna be publishing a bunch of fiction. I was halfway through kind of a follow up book. Too short stack ninja that is about being exploitive and predatory in in Deeper stacked situations and how to read your opponents this whole.
"chris wallace" Discussed on Cards Chat
"And i just had like a bunch of of i have a whole list of of ideas to write up for card chat on these various things like like you know the best place to eat it. The real sometimes. The real options aren't great. But there's a smash burger there and smashed proof for fast foods mash burgers pretty good and they can do. You can do akito option there or you can get like grilled chicken breasts. And they're solid and they're like a dollar ninety a piece or something like i would. Just go to smash burger and got to grilled chicken breasts and that was it was and it was. It was solid four dollars to launch across the street at gold coast. There's ping pong pong. Which i just love for cheap cheap asian food down the road at the flamingo. Down the road down flamingo. Indicator almost almost indicator there's Tie spice which is a great cheap thai place. That's close to the rio and it's reasonably fast. It's never busy 'cause they don't advertise very well. Their food's very good i. In fact wrote last time are into. Jared hamby the waco kid and he and he and i were having the same they have this amazing one town suit bulls than never talking about. How great that soup is gold and then down the road. The other direction on flamingo is lotus of siam which is just adult class. Set this world class thai food and not that expensive for graded so. I love all those places. I really liked the cornish. Pass the house in the arts district. I really liked to ernest era. Very impressed with the fish. I had there. And i like On fremont street. Like nacho daddy's showplace that's cool amazing nachos huge plates of nachos with all these days of taiwan. There's a seafood one. There's all these different ones and their great. I take people there when they're when my friends are in tana party we're gonna fremont street and then go to nacho daddy's an have like a world class selection of of tequila zain that's trouble but is worth visiting. We have quite a few very interesting in the you know the great collins to look forward to cards jet about that. I want to add end off with lightly round question four you. Maybe we're gonna have us. We'll give you the best this and you'll give us your top. Restaurant pecking each category. And then we'll move on to the community questions. Are you ready. i'm ready best. Burger the bison burger lazy. Dr pizza pizza rock trade style. Best sushi..
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"I pick them up and go to lunch. Or whatever and super nice guy. Yeah and marcel. Loose luke fly. I saw him in the starbucks. Outside of the of the poker area at the rio sharing that starbucks i was with a friend and we were having coffee and i'm not i'm not blown away by celebrities and i played with most of these guys online anyway but i just said i said hi. Marcel and i told them i think you're great for poker. Keep doing what you're doing. I love that you're that you're making poker fund for people and he said oh girl comes comes down so i invited us to his day will never met before and then i didn't care about taking pictures or anything like that. I want to talk to this guy. And so then. He asks me a strategy question and he doesn't. He doesn't know that. I can play at all. He just asks us about like. How would you play this. How'd you do this. Why rotation about it and he is is a bunch of interesting strategy insights and then he says. Do you want a picture. And my buddy says yeah. He says here you put that. He takes his sunglasses off and he says here you put them on upside down the most friendly guy to be around at the table eleven. That's fantastic great stories there and you gotta get shots to. We did have great roemer on as a previous guests on the show. That's episode forty three. Anyone wants to go ahead and listen to that one actor. You finish listening to this great episode. Chris i want to cover one last area before we get into the questions from the car check community. It'll be besides books. You've been at contributing writer too. Many hoeger media publications while time including my own card play lifestyle recently however you have joined the cards chant families of congratulations a welcome aboard in idiot. You could tell us how did that partnership come to be and what sorts of articles could be expensed to safer. I'm super happy about it. I'm i'm hoping that turns into a serious long-term thing where i am the poker reporter coverage lifestyle everything for vegas. That's just a long term thing. Because i'm having fun with it so far it came to be because my pal can't martin who's one of the guys that red chip had a writing gig and said hey i've got some extra writing at the world series if you want to pick up this writing. That's pretty good. And i said i'll take you know i'm trying to transition a little bit away from poker another gonna play like a hundred thousand dollars schedule at the world series but trying to transition a little bit away from poker and so i said that sounds great in We should find some more of these kinds of gigs. And he said sure so. I posted on unfair on twitter..
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"Four to one on your money and you're in a heads up pot and manipulating those situations whether it's men raising so that you'll get some calls. And then the big blind has got fourteen. Big blinds will shovel in. And then you call and then you get you get all these calls in between the half the fold these all these situations that you can engineer and make a lot more money than if you just open stuff. These hands sharing real real significant changes in value. That i've seen a lot of pros have said i. I just didn't think about these really short. Stacks this way the old school pros for any not the first time or second time. These situations do up often in every single tournament so it's certainly a very realm. The book is short-staffed ninja where condemn people find by amazon idol. Did all this publishing amazon. So it's available on kindle award paperback and i actually have another box of them on the way just sold out and had somebody wanna sign one. But i'll have. I'll have some. I might have some of me at the world series is well cool am i I was going to try and get him at the blue sharks booth and then blue sharks only. They're not doing a booth this year..
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"Forgive me that stack and not just lamenting but realistically if you give me that stack and almost always going to make the final table and dusted off there. Could like you know But you know so right. After the thing happened. I'd already had when i went broke. I had two hundred and fourteen thousand dollars locked up. That was the worst i could do. And then that's what. I did so what i felt like was. This is the worst result. I could've ad after. I got to this point so you know standing in line ready to get paid over two hundred thousand dollars just really irritated and now i'm aware of lake. How great my life is you know. It hasn't been perfect. But like i'm a white male in america intelligence like over six feet tall healthy like head. Parents had a good education. Like my you know. My life has been great so i don't lament much or complain much about my situation. So i'm standing there really irritated with this with this two hundred thousand dollar payout ticket and i know i can't say i like i'm not gonna complain much right. My life has been pretty good today but as really irritated by like the first thing. The first thing. I did after i got the ticket was head to the hobart the rio and in corona any chance like i was i wanted to. Yeah i was so irritated and also didn't feel like i could complain much about the irritation i felt nor nor do they have a lot of friends who've had that that experience using your cash into ticket for two hundred fourteen k one hundred up very very odd. Yeah i don't. I don't want to hear somebody complain about making two hundred thousand dollars. I wouldn't wanna listen to it either. Having another deep run after that right to finish like in the to hundreds. I think it's three hundreds that sort of made me feel like. Oh i can. I can continue to do..
"chris wallace" Discussed on Cards Chat
"These situations are so much have so much more in common whether i have so much automatic as well you could think about other things while you're just reacting as you're supposed to to absolutely and if i have seven four jack or seven four clean or seven four. Nine equities almost always the same very similar. And so i can i can. I don't have to run each calculation whereas with them. If you have jack niner jack seven. There's a lot you know you don't know which side of the line either these hands on and you've got to run all the all the hands right and in razz. I just didn't have to do that nearly so much. I can figure out where the line was and then just know all the things that it was easier to find that line right. So i did that kind of work with razz but i but with most of the other games. There's their books you can read. There are some training stuff. That's been done. I've done some. I've done training On mixed game with mixed games of the bunch of different websites. I did appeal for red chip and i think a horse thing for ivy league. But i don't know if that site even still exists. And i know i did miss game stuff for poker x. factor and maybe some for a few other. I've worked for so many polka training sites these days. I can't even remember all of goodness so interesting all semi like let's take you know. I think i'm a decent example. The summers playing recreationally and home games very low stakes for a very long time all different sorts of mixed games and yet to hear you speak about the way you approach whereas it make. It makes so obvious to me okay. This is clearly a professional blair thinks about it. You know again not necessarily as a job but more scientifically studiously whereas these cards look good. I think i'll go for it like that. That's the typical recreational player in a decision. Making that you do in these next games. I wanted to ask for that. Specific reasons always interesting to hear the professionals mind. Said we got to revisit something. And i do apologize the dentist. This brings up a painful memory. But i just don't know. And i think it be interesting for the audience year this Beyond your mixed games. Obviously as mentioned in the intro you had a tremendous run In the ws oh made event 2017 a thirty second place finish at of close to set thousand runners. I mean that's a hell over performance by any stretch of the imagination. And i just have to know. In retrospect that you go through six days sitting ten twelve hour days of the world series of poker naked all the way except you know beyond thirty one other players. You have a great cash for two hundred fourteen thousand dollars. Is that something. The as a professional that reflect upon you know sort of wistfully is oh. That's the one got away. Were you know i did. A lot of people can't do. I may day six. Who can save that so someone is sort of a reflection on that goes back and forth between those two things. The day that it happened. I it was i was..
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"The two three hundred dollar mixed game tournaments and like the one like one gay or fifteen hundred at the world series. And i think you learn a great deal playing in a few of those one k. Fifteen hundred events at the series. The is so big that you're not gonna. Your results are not going to be indicative of your skill level very often. So you're not gonna learn how good you are but you're going to learn how good other people are. You're to see what things they're doing and you can watch the good players and mimic whether they are doing. How many enjoy playing. How are they responding to raise in three bets. And you know when when they go to showdowns. What are they tending to show down. You can learn a bunch that way and you get a lot of play in those events in an even donald. Yeah the structures really good. I haven't looked at the structure this year. And they change them every couple years. But in general the structures have been very good and in in the ten ks. Where they're doing the double levels for all the first day. Those structures are fantastic. So i would study up now. There's lots of mixed game content online. Not nearly what for no limit. But there's there's definitely some stuff you can study up on there's dylan lind's book who. I think dylan's going to be at the at the game at the west gate. There's ken lows book over my bookshelf. There are there's the super system to which has some cool stuff on studied in it. There's there's lots of ways to get better at these games even What's the two plus two book called high split poker which has mostly written by razi and has some awesome content in it networks like definitely more than twenty years old might be thirty years old still has a lot of good stuff between that and super system now you can actually get a pretty good feel for oh eight and study and then games. It's hard to learn much about. I don't know where you study razz. I studied it by making spreadsheets and running equity calculations figuring out. I don't know if anybody else ever cared about razz enough to do this. When by the time they were computers that you could do it with red. So i figured out how often i should be stealing with various hands by running tons of calculations. It's criticism you're talking like the same exact type of of methodology. That doyle was using fifty years ago for to figure. Hold them out before. There were any books to study before. Yeah wow when i was able to use computerized spreadsheets and inequity calculations and it was much faster but i could figure out like how often when i have a low carb up and a low card down in the garbage card. Should i be stealing through. Two players should only be stealing through one player. And you know against the bring in depending on dead cards. And all those kinds of things and those calculations are so much simpler in razz raza's absurdly simple share that i was able to figure out a lot of things that in hold them. Just you know took solvers. And i was able to just figure them out in a spreadsheet and some running some numbers. Because it's so much simpler to come up with..
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"When i won the world series bracelet. I had it sized and his it shows it game. It was huge. It was like this big like it would never go on even mirus so i had it sized. I had them cut the links into eighteen parts. However many investors i had that year and so i had these little chunks of of the links to and then i had them i bought glass vials with sterling silver tops. Screw onto them. You can put them on like a keychain or a necklace or whatever you can keep up. And i put one of those into each of those eighteen vials when i sent out the package sent out this card that said you know enclosed as a piece of the world series bracelets. Thanks for having faith in maine and letting me achieve my dream and this was great and then enclosed as a piece of the actual bracelet so my parents invested a small amount that year which was the first time they'd ever invested so my mom's still has that on a necklace and my dad had the the cards like put in a frame on in his office. And i'm sure that was like a great like when people show up and ask about. That son won that tournament. And i have some other friends. There were multiple people at the wedding. Who had the piece of the bracelet on their keychain with them and stuff farther away one of the pictures of it actually kind of went semi viral on facebook up shared. Like forty thousand times or something. Wow wow bay. God's heart warming touching story. I you've written tomes about backing it about sticking and i imagine after you know showing that sort of gratitude for those who've invested in place their faith in you. You never really had a problem selling packages since then. I'm guessing if i've needed to. Yeah that that's certainly helps here. If you do that for your backers of people remember you absolutely man. The helps a lot. But good little tip there everybody could you perhaps quantified and for those of us like me who haven't really played you. Play the full gamut played two hundred dollar six games events did on fifteen hundred bracelets at ten kate. What sort of difference in in qualitative skill are you looking at when you sit down at the felton and how you adjust to these different skill sets or if there is a beach owners huge difference in the two hundred dollar. I think the the range is a little smaller than it is in no limit events at least compared to what it used to be elements. I think these days everybody's pretty good at no limit compared to five years ago but that ranges a little smaller where the in the in the lower by events the players are. Are maybe a little better than you would expect. And in the bigger buying events there may be not as good as you would expect. I think the the field in ten k. studied or raza or horse is softer than the field in the ten k parliament. Hold or some of these other kinds of specialty events. Almost everybody in the has really strong in the two hundred dollar events when people are making mistakes..
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"But when i got to fifty one hundred than my opponents were much stronger and suddenly asked buying with jane harman mike madda sal and these people who knew these games so then i started kind of really studying making spreadsheets and learning things about the game that that just weren't taught in books anywhere running equity numbers and things like that and then Progressed up within the next like year so moved up to two hundred four hundred and had a summer where i played two hundred four hundred lot and made a lot of money and was really doing well but was stressed out all the time. Every time i moved up a level it would be stressful for a week or two and then we get used to it. And then when i moved from one hundred two hundred up to two hundred four hundred i just didn't i couldn't get used to it. The swings were so big. And you know if. I'm down eight thousand dollars at the end of the day. Like wanna be around me right and so i decided poker. Just shouldn't ruined my day anymore. When i moved back down to fifty one hundred okay thirty sixty. I was happy and i was still making good money and i was. I was happy now like after the swings in the bigger games those smaller swings didn't bother me. And if i was down two thousand at the end of the day just would be be be fine and i'd go to dinner and ninety wouldn't even bother them still play a game. Yeah and i was much happier them. That was a good life lesson for me. So i'm wondering that you're talking about elliott progression through the stakes for once all the way up and i couldn't help but we look at the result. He had this huge ten k. Horse sprays league. You're playing one over half a million dollars yet a week before winning that event you finish nice in a two hundred dollar horse tournament and binion's for about five hundred bucks so i'm kind of wondering why forgotten about.
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"And then i had an income that was being generated from our poker training site and rake and we were had tons of players through that and all that was just immediately gone. Everything disappeared so not only my bankroll but my income just was decimated and it was. It was a rough day. So i had to just hit the road and and rebuild and make you know. Put it back together and really the by the time. The bracelet happened. I was comfortable with you. Know i've i've done this now. And i'm paying the bills easily. Think figured out right so that was easier than right i. It was a good three years between Type black friday and he's gonna bracelet obviously truly prolific admixed games And last couple of questions about that. But how did. I gain knicks games. I enter your life. What attracted you to stuff beyond texas was playing on full tilt and i get i get poker. Add i get bored with games. And i'd already played sitting goes for a living and had already played heads. Upset knows for living. And i'd already played cash games. Nullum oldham cash games already played limit holdem cash games and i was. I was playing two four. Three six nola games on full tilt and i was just getting pretty bored with it. So i jumped into a p. l. o. Game i was also doing a little bit of bonus hunting and jump to new appeal. Oh game on. Doyles room l. i. N. ap doyle's that sorta dates the whole story and And i got smoked. Inequity my firsthand but one anyway i i made the dumb beginner mistake of getting raising raising pre flop with aces and then piling it in on board with my with my two aces thinking good and of course the guy had a set of tens and this is this is what what i pray on now right but like superdome beginner mistake i was playing ten twenty. That's the the no limit holdem game. That i was playing. I looked over in the plo pots. Were way bigger. So i went over to play pilo. Is these holidays. Yeah so we piled filed in like two grand one like a forty three hundred dollars pot when the ace came on the turn in the guy berated me and told me how terrible i was an exactly why and he was right and it was the dumbest thing he could have ever done. Because i was going to give that four grand back right like an instead i mean i learned something just seeing the hand play out but i learned a lot more from this guy explaining to me exactly why i made the wrong way and how i should play next time what i mean he. This guy gave me this whole education. And so i said yeah right trying to teach me a lesson and what he taught me was..
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"He's just roundly loved. He's just as great guy so So the three of us decided to bring this thing back and we ran a couple of small events to kinda test. Things learned a lot doing that. Broadcasting poker is much harder than i thought. Wow and if you don't do it perfectly everyone's mad at you of course the standard too high nowadays. Yeah right and there's so much content out there now especially with pogo. That i mean. Why would you watch anything less than brilliantly produced content when there's four or five places making really great stuff and then. We signed up with the atlantis in reno right and they were amazing. We've we've went and visited some properties up there and just loved atlanta's and so we talked to them about running a thing and they do a ton of mixed game stuff there so that was extra bonus for me and signed on to be one with them so in twenty nineteen like in march of two thousand nineteen. We had a big event of big series. There there's great did did better in terms of numbers than the previous series even though nobody had really heard of us in that area. And so we're we're we will be doing some more stuff with them and probably with monarch and colorado. Their sister city of their sister casino likely doing more stuff in the mid west soon. We're talking to a lot of places in having really nailed anything down. Everybody's very nervous about the pandemic and not booking poker tours right now cher i guess. What about a handful. Maybe half a dozen events under your belt before the whole pandemic kid..
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"Today's is an accomplished. Holding mixed game player is author a coach columnist and he even runs his own. A poker tour is a w. s. o. P. ten k. Force champion was also made deep runs in the main event with almost one point two million dollars in career tournament earnings. You may have heard the term short stack ninja but this man may actually be the short stack ninja. Because you literally wrote the book on chris wallace. Welcome to the cards jet podcast. What an intro. And i did not know. This was the most friendly poker podcasts. I'll be on my very best smiling behavior. Why all neck is the concertedly. Get on our way. I can't help but start up with a huge congratulations to you on your recent marriage very very happy for you to long time love jordan. How was the bay. It was fantastic. Thank you think it was crazy to try to plan on very short notice it was it was really a amount of work both before and after cleaning up after the whole thing i mean we. We tried to do it on a reasonable budget and ended up doing it on very short notice to try to get it in before we were things. We're gonna get crazy with the pandemic here again and So but it turned out to be an absolutely beautiful day. It worked out. Great was was wonderful. And i got to see a ton of people i haven't seen in years at the best and they sti- around town afterwards and Various dinner. I understand that did happen. And then and then once we got back to vegas yeah. It's been an ice stuck around town for a week to go to a writer's conference that a friend of mine runs a new a seminar on self publishing there and talk to them about that and that was really learned. A bunch of things about writing. While i was there so i stayed the next weekend as well and got married. Minnesota air in st cloud. Minnesota my wife's parents live up there beautiful home on a lake with flowers everywhere and it's boobs.
NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins Will Be 'Surprised' if Booster Shots Aren't Expanded
"Dr francis collins was on with chris wallace yesterday on fox news. Sunday had a pretty interesting thing to say about authoritative statements. Now i immediately thought of people. Like cuomo gretchen. Whitmer gavin newsom. Because there's just no question that the tyrannical impulses have been realized by a lot of major democrats. Listen what francis collins from the nih said to chris about well his view of authoritative statements. We'll have to see what they say ultimately about the youngest individuals because of concerns about benefits and risks. But i will be surprised. Boosters are not recommended for people under sixty five going forward in the next few weeks. But we'll wait and see you know chris. What you're seeing here is science playing out in a very transparent way. This is the way it ought to be a little trouble. That people are complaining that the process isn't working for them. The process is to look at the data. Have the experts considerate and then make their best judgment. At that point recognizing the judgments may chain if people want an absolutely authoritative statement about. Here's the right answer. Well that's not. What our country is all about moved to china. You'll get it there now. That could be interpreted in a variety of ways. Perhaps he's simply saying we're sort of making this up as we go. We admitted we're not going to give authoritative savings. that's how i read it.
FDA May Announce Full Approval of Pfizer Vaccine Soon
"It's looking like the food and drug administration could grant full approval to a covert nineteen vaccine as early as this week the US Surgeon General says he doesn't want to get ahead of the FDA's announcement but he's anticipating the full approval of Pfizer's covert nineteen vaccine Dr Vic Murphy tells fox news Sunday with Chris Wallace that'll be important for a couple reasons number one there are some people who may have been waiting for this and who may come off the fence so to speak to get vaccinated so it may help increase vaccination rates to some extent but I also think that there are universities and businesses that have been considering putting in vaccine requirements in order to create a safer workplace are learning environment I think that this now surfing the FDA would likely encourage them currently the Fizer Madura and Johnson and Johnson vaccines are being distributed under the FDA's emergency use authorization Ben Thomas Washington
"chris wallace" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness
"I started really hard for six months and Started playing online That was right when online started. I was planning like planet poker. Which is i think the first on a real real money website And was winning. As soon as i started Six months before. I had never played a hint of oldham in my life and and by the time that six months was up. I was making too much money to go to work. Now i would. I would make one hundred and fifty bucks a night. Driving cabin mc two hundred if i played poker instead so i could drive in cabin started playing poker and that was like nineteen or twenty years ago or something. That was my last job. It's funny how familiar. That sounds to me because i was younger than you. A decade younger but i was working applebee's nineteen and found poker and i took the theory of bucher oldham for advanced players. Because that's of course. That's where i would start because those books back then. Why wouldn't i start for advanced players. I'm obviously a smart person at nineteen and need the advanced version. I and super nobody wants to read a hold them for people who aren't good at broker. Well there was a poker for dummies. I think back then to I pass that up. Because i wanted to advance players And super system and every day. I would bring it to work and get to work an hour early and read and then i would stay in our after my shift and read more poker and with this just mindset of being held bent on being a professional booker player And that was all. I thought about and that was all right so i it just funny to me as i see myself in your story like it's just the the immersion the same books and just the mindset right.
"chris wallace" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness
"So playing cards for money was not weird for me right. That was something. I was already comfortable with and i had a friend. Michael adams numbers the co author in my first book It was a semi pro poker player. He was in his words plan poker for smokes and beer for twenty five years. And then i developed an allergy to exotic hardwoods. That almost killed me a couple times and by the time we figured out what it was. It was time for me to quit immediately. My career was over Yanni about that. Let's go like there's something there right. Tell me about developing an allergy to exotic hardwoods. Like what what was happening to you. I have a lot of allergies anyway. And so i guess that's just a thing for me and then a lot of the exotic hardwoods that we build guitars with in particular brazilian rosewood of these amazing massing complex chemicals in the resin. And apparently it's not an uncommon thing. Piano refinisher have a big problem with it. Both in the finish in the woods sometimes Where overtime if you're exposed to these things you develop sensitivities to them and So there was a lot of brazilian rosewood and under mahogany and makassar ebony in some other things in the air all the time dustin whatever i used to take brazilian rosewood shavings when i would share it with the planning these little shavings you can light him on fire and it smells like burning roses and beautiful. And it's like incense accepted the slogans like this thick black thing that goes straight up in the air. Like when you're burning plastic and you feel like you could almost take it out of the air and roll it into a ball. it's so thick. And that's because there's so much resin in brazilian rosewood. And it's a class one carcinogen and that was something we didn't know twenty years ago at least i didn't and then you shouldn't be putting on the belt sander without a mask on anyone but it's me would for building acoustic guitars for the acoustic blues. That i love. It's the stop and So i was using was working at a lot and over time. If your body's both of those things you can develop a sensitivity to them and my particular sensitivity caused my throat to close up. At night. I would wake up in the morning and my throat would be almost closed and luckily i've had asthma my my whole life and i don't have any problems that now really but At the time but caused me to not completely panic and freak out right. Most people would have but like having had asthma as a kid and a new inside the hospital and shot me so full of adrenaline. I thought my hair was on fire. The second time now on is really bad and then couldn't figure out what the.