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"david tuckman" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

01:51 min | 8 months ago

"david tuckman" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

"Poker's legendary champions. Next generation stars. Tireless ambassadors the game shared their wisdom and guiding your journey to high achievement on the green felt. This is chasing poker greatness. If your host, Brad Wilson. Welcome, welcome, welcome, my friend to another episode of the chasing poker greatness podcast. As always, this is your host, the founder of chasing poker greatness dot com, coach Brad, Wilson, today's guest on CPG is a man after my own heart, who's always marched to the beat of his own drummer. He's a play by play anchor for the World Series of poker and host of crushed live poker's podcast under the gun. The one and only David tuckman. If there's a sport people play in the world, there's a good chance tux covered it. From the NFL to NASCAR to poker while bouncing around from New York to LA to London, the man has seen and covered it all. In today's very special episode with talk, we're going to dive deep into how we stumbled into the world of poker and how his background in theater and journalism uniquely positioned him to take advantage of an incredible early opportunity, hosting and commenting live at the bike from the very start. You're going to learn about tuck's professional hockey aspirations, and what it was like being a prop player at the bike and.

"david tuckman" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show

The Bernard Lee Poker Show

05:20 min | 10 months ago

"david tuckman" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show

"So that's, you know, what 41 and a partner. Good for you. Yeah, we've been blessed recently, both with Antonio and Amy kirsch that are just perfect for their role coming in that way. They talk to a casual person in a very easy fashion, which is the way you got to do it. I just don't think you want to be too high for Luton to meta game to analytical. So both Antonio and Jamie have both been I think pretty proficient and just talking to the casual person who doesn't play poker every day and is there to watch for other reasons. So I think I've really enjoyed having both of them in the booth with us as much as I could. And I've learned a lot. From our ESPN shows, those are different. Norman mentioned, when we get into a poker ghost stream or I think CBS Sports Network was doing some very set events as well, where we discovered the final table. And you were doing some mixed games because that's you know that better than I but you get clean callous coming in who is analytical as they make them. And then you've got a guy like Phil lock, who, enough said, right? So it really runs the gamut. And it's very interesting to get a look at who the poker world is by who we have sitting next to you. And it's really been very rewarding and helps my job to help you. David tuckman does a lot of that during the series where he does the live streaming. I don't know how he stays. I don't know how he keeps it going, you know? He's got a miracle throat or something like that. A few years back when he had his first child, they asked me to do the subbed in for him for about a week. And like you said, that having that dynamic with somebody and getting it really quickly sometimes is challenging, not to say it's impossible. It's just more of, oh, I don't know this person very well. So let's see how we can get this dynamic going. And my advice always was just be yourself. Don't worry about what you have to do. And I brought you here for a reason. You know the baby is in New Yorker and you guys on the east coast. I've told a lot of people as you guys know how to talk. And I think that it comes from your culture where you have weathers where you have to be inside. And you'll have a choice. You're forced to talk to each other, you know? Here on the West Coast, you know, we're out at the beach, or whatever. And the bike and there's a lot of solo activities..

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