17 Burst results for "Martin Harris"

"martin harris" Discussed on Poker in the Ears

Poker in the Ears

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"martin harris" Discussed on Poker in the Ears

"Ridiculous like that has the soft taupo at some point. Because i don't know where these target was actually come from Doesn't really seem to me that anyone yet while non or anything at uk. Wasn't that great this year but but brazil wet even like running like Breaks tation heads. Operating. 'cause i also with the up and they had fifty four runners-up finish. She's so they they came. I fifty seven times second fifty four time that will like at least three brazil one two threes. I can remember so it was it was just. It was just completely mad. Yeah and russia with burn as well so yeah very very dominant performance. Say this time. Okay before you start rattling on about the underperformance of the uk. Let's talk about one of the united kingdom's finest lousy kurci. We're going to focus on player of the series rice now because when we spoke to you last night it looks like it was a done deal always close to being done deal as it could be with a few events still to play out when we saw allow a final table last night. I said on a that must seal. The deal allow must be player of the series. Yeah i think. I think he did. Actually we always go pun in these caveats. Because you know. We've been stung before with player in the series. But i as long as the tallies of soda broadly accurate. We've begun along these theories at talent. Don it yeah. I mean she probably won by more than one hundred points. I think it was like one hundred twenty points and it wilson even patchy led was second. It was this phone bet. Rule the rush high but there was only actually one prize for over role until one. That's that sets twenty-five catch is kinda funny that all the players that the person who for whom the money means probably the least. It's probably allow at but you also won the highly divorced so that's another fifteen k. So forty cave for the twenty-five Road fifteen k from the highly deport like payment play of paying places in the low as well so he. He likes each just brilliant. a three. We is bunch of final tables and sorry sight. Patrick leaded with everything ended up bubbling. If you could call it a bubbly finished just out of the pain places in the lead didn't make it in the medium. All finished third the overall so he was leading for so long the beginning he thought it was going to do it. Then i probably as ended up. She nothing from that. I mean i know. The player of the series is about tracking consistency. But i think this also feels deserved because didn't allow like three titles this series. Yeah so haven yeary martyred jerry nerd guy one that they won three events and you're right to say that light doesn't Followed by wins. The most tournaments wins the higher the series because usually like plays mike ron but yes Wants free as well. I mean remarkably eerie mountains is now wants three to two years running so he wants three last year and didn't win. Prior series is one. Free this year pass. He's gone out the ball to paul. I'll champions piji scott seven titles at six of them came in the past two years with these She's nuts yeah. I mean that were thirteen double winners. In addition to the two zero triple winds of course like year. He was one of the two people this year. That one too tight was in a single night so there are quite a few little sorts very extended and liberal subplots this year every year. There's always something that happens during the series that makes you go. Wow that's incredible. I remember joba the start of last year's helping you cape. I remember a conversation that we have with you and with martin harris about the list compiled for the blog of players. Who somehow of never wanna w coop before to allow chicago. She was on that list. He won his first last year. Comes this year wins. Three wins player of the series. I mean white account response to that. Yeah we really. We really well. Didn't we take off last year. Pretty much remember. We never had more on that. And i assume or we just thought it was impossible the had one so he did need comes consideration yet but we definitely tell me and that i think are the few days off of the list of public. Yeah now he's like one foresights Game is on how you put together. A bunch of stuff for the polk stalls blocking i would recommend people go to the site and actually read it but other any fun stats so stories. Anything we haven't mentioned so far that you would like to highlight. Yeah i mean we talked to the streaks. Just noticed the so. You see lena. Calvin seven b. And benny glazer run. God-like naive now won a title every year since two thousand eighteen at least one every yes. They won four years consecutive rule. The beginning of this series there adron matteo bobbi on a cabal. Skit oso. They don't have three years streak but neither of them at one this year. So the losers kinda funny. They'll be. I'd i remember address ever not winning an event which is a which is kinda mad. Sorry winning eat. At least one event in a series we set at great women san marino wants. Let's like the smallest country to ever win a w cape. It's like i was looking at you. Know there's a bunch of sweets stats about countries like cemetery. Trees and some raiders official country. It's a hundred ninetieth biggest country of hundred ninety three. You had member-states thousand people who back on this now that it has a w champ kit so i enjoyed that. Wow howard i know that w coop. A lot of work for you. I know you may have a love. Hate relationship with w coop. Maybe even hate relationship. With w admit you're gonna miss it now that it's gone right. Yeah oh yeah oh yeah. We'll be counting down the days till Spring pretty low tar. But yeah you're right that we didn't get an extended this year. He's thank god. Yeah look how. Thank you all the studying. What you've done the updates on the blog have been great to raid. We've appreciated your contributions to the streams adding to the podcast. Thanks avoca. i'm sure we will catch up again soon. Yeah you get some rest as well chase fixing well. Before we draw align on the two twenty twenty one first of all thank all of the expert commentators he worked strains some grafton griffin benja maria. How nick walshe richard gala who joined us for pillow coverage on the penultimate day. Great work from older guys as usual looking forward to working with them in a future and the other thing fault we give people challenge joe hair a couple of interviews from wednesday's livestream from final stream if the series because team pro did have a few results during the series. All band made a few final tables. Lex looked up his biggest ever online school with a second place. Finish plus a couple of guys actually won. Titles one of them was a guest that this podcast just a few weeks ago. It's benjamin sprague sprague spray. Congratulations on you'll second trophy and no one can knock you about this one. You can't claim this one's legitimate. Not well this. One is in a proper by this one size dollar. Buying the problem is it was a turbo. Pk oh and most tournament. I had like court short than i already starting to. I will.

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"martin harris" Discussed on Dogma Debate

Dogma Debate

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"martin harris" Discussed on Dogma Debate

"We're already an hour. We talked about some really good stuff though we we did. So where do you want to move. Now let's do well On the because. I feel like i nailed this so far. I feel like you guys are on the ropes. I'll i'll let the listen. Let listeners decide if that's the case L i if i go before you don't you dare try and flip me. I forbid it. Tell all your friends regilio Getting flipped wherever i end up. Leave me there. He says his what app is by proxy is just gives you the option and they'll you can still say no and the emphasis say no. I don't think you're gonna. I mean i grew up catholic. Are you sure that can still say no. Don't you guys add them to the mormon registry when you do it like some sort of big list of mormons like don't you advertise other. Do not call list for more. Is that such do. Yeah i mean you just want to sign up for terrestrial right. Now i'll drop the dachshund l. Make it official. So i wanna get into martin harris because martin interest wife took one hundred sixteen pages of what smith allegedly translated and destroyed them and said if we're lost them or whatever happened to. She did it on purpose. He's a smart smart. She's like jess. I mean really what we think is. She gave them to some other group of people that kept them the need altered them. So i wanna know what you think about that. And i also want to get into polygamy which is what we have to do but i am in a different studio this time so i'm limited on time yes right. You're going to do the rest of that so much. More at.

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"martin harris" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"martin harris" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

"Carlin's vegas or bust. Johnny companies and the biggest laugh the pogo winner. The nagoya booker math the mathematics poker will chen essential poker mass altern harley and math that matters knowing gains bente game and game a fokker jared tender booker with jason sue. I'm the poker mindset. Matthew dealer hager history of her poker pop culture martin. Harris moneymaker effect epic ruskin cowboys full by our friend. James mcmanus he's still made the cut. Nobody exact pug stories. He played for his wife and other stories. The man with the one hundred thousand breasts another stories dead man's hand from no bios one of a kind son annella nella lifestyle gamble mike. Six them on once again. Bler by continent. Gus games all books from miller and small stakes poker customers by jonathan needle on the last ones bike strategy in general play. Optimal poker by broncos char stuck ninja chris wallace. And how can he fall from jonathan louis. I think if you're going to books this and you you have to start with this. Once and a surprisingly high amount of them have come to my path on. Cpg podcast de broke. Us in their focus has been on a couple of times. Poker guys have both been on conoco's on twice so we got. We got a lot of it covered but the novel specifically. I'm interested in those. Because again. When i whenever i check out an looking to kind of just escape from life in the world around me. I think like. I love fictional novels. They're my favorite pastime more than tv and stuff like that so poker novels all right. I think i'm willing to give one and try your should john maxwell it's the book with most worker hands each has like one hundred poker hands because the town it's always got against and and and the author writes on hand so i think he is. It's rate i lo- it coleman. I'll be sure to check it out. And while we before we shut down shop here any parting words that you would like to add and then the final question is going to be where the chasing poker greatness listener find more about you on the worldwide web. Okay the second part. You can find me in georgia in twitter facebook and instagram. I'm the one who money all social media so they went answer. It's me so it's maurici than my my. My personal handles on the first question was any parting words before we shut it down. You know it's.

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"martin harris" Discussed on The Chip Race

The Chip Race

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"martin harris" 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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"martin harris" Discussed on Niner Faithful Radio

Niner Faithful Radio

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"martin harris" Discussed on Niner Faithful Radio

"It. You're you're changing people's lives. He talked about his dad. Growing up in samoa in a house with dirt floors and find even if you only makes it his rookie contract. You just handed that man. Two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. You probably change that man's life. Fm man's families and and you and you know you're fired up and your your fired up and you're making somebody's dreams Listening to him and Thank god and everything that he didn't as metality and how he wants to work and he's so blessed and grateful for opportunity know makes me think to my twenty year old self and you probably would have felt like for me to get drafted by the night now. I must say he grew up fan. It probably would have did different. You know emotionally for all of us but still was it like to hear your name called and you know maybe the player that was cut from his peewee team and all that and i told you coach i'd make it. You know probably are egg. Look my dad was born in texas and grew up in florida so as somebody whose father grew up. You know playing football in florida which let's be real the two states to come up with the most. Nfl players are in florida. There are some peewee football teams that you get cut from. I promise you know. I probably there. There's some there's probably peewee teams. That are competitive enough. That you will get cut from now and i want to save that for a long time and basically you see how. Jamal adams. Basically with the hawks. He's just there constantly who is going to be exact same when all of a sudden like where did you come from. You know. People are gonna get hit from behind this. And that and he he's gonna crash hard all over the place and i love those kinds of safety. He's play in the box constantly and he said you know kyle. Shanahan said love covers. Safety hits like a linebacker so we're to try matt safety. Maybe he'll switched to linebacker safety hybrid role. The look i love him. You know gator bait and everything like that. But it's it's he's coming for Marcel harris's job roster spot. Let's be real martin. Harris has been put on notice that he will be competing for his alleged. He's basically play the same role. I would assume you know. Ideally and to me. Awesome john lynch. This is the one that john lynch. I made a mistake earlier. When i said it all out correct. This is the one that john lynch. She's himself in so I'm down for our hall of fame. If our hall of fame general manager strong safety general manager sees himself in this player. I'm okay with selective in the fifth round hundred and eighty s overall. I'm okay with that when when look our success that we've had in the fifth round each whoa. These fifth rounder seems to have the potential. Maybe not turning into george kittle turning into drake greenlaw. Who is doing going to be a superstar. No is he replaceable. Sure.

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"martin harris" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"martin harris" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"That's the thing like us not being mormons. We don't understand but like at the time it was like holy shit like our whole foundation of this religion is completely iraq Well and of course. So and here's the the important part of this is so the church buys yeah. The salamander letter lacks happens right and they don't let they don't allow anybody to look at it. They don't allow anybody to study it. They don't it's note. thanks that's going in volt cell. Apparently this letter was from a guy named martin harris and the letter aside. Joseph smith was led to the gold plates by white salamander. And this contradicted the church billy. So who was his. I believe so and again at which the south park episode does a great raid. Lays out really well so the way that this the way this happens is so joseph smith comes and comes back into town and goes to this guy. Martin harris martin harris is a very wealthy dude And so he's joseph harris. Joseph smith goes to him and says hey. I found these golden plates. That i'm going to put into this hat and what i'm gonna do is i'm gonna look into the hat and i want you to be my scribe and be my translators that you you write this down and and so that's so that's that's right right and so that and that's that so here's the fun. Part of the story is at one point in time. martin martin is married and martin's wife lucy So they've care about her later. And so so martin lucy is like why are you encouraging this ass. No way in hell. This is real. And he's like no but why would he lie. It's the angel in god and yet idiotic and so lucy. Harris's give me those three pages that you just transcribe sure him and i'm gonna put them up here and you tell him that they've been lost and and then let him translate it again because if he's reading from the tablets it should be identical right and so martin harris goes back to him but he's he's a he's a johm. Sorry the i lost. I lost papers. Yeah and joseph. Smith does that makes up this. He's oh i had to go prey on this and so like any any comes back next week. Dude god is really angry That that you lost those pages in fact. He's so mad. He's so mad that now. I can't translate them this way anymore. Now i have to translate them this. Like abraham thing the burning bush. Oh totally talking can break And so are you so of course. Smart mines like oh my god. God's angry of course. Mastery i just i. I wish there was like. I would love a periodic like painting of of of the role that lucy harris gave the hard..

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"martin harris" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"martin harris" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"So you know, it's very, very frustrating to a lot of individuals and it's Impossible was more difficult to manage a portfolio in that situation. So if your age 59 a half for older or if you have referred to us orphaned retirement plans for today's world, one case and another accounts we left behind and forgot about. That's right, Mother. Exactly If they miss you, they want you to give him some attention. Yes, they do. But, yeah, if you've got those plans out there Pay attention because first of all, if it's an orphan plan, it doesn't have to sit there. You can potentially move that into an actively managed playing, utilizing et efs funds that are going to be easier to trade and manage, but also if you're 59 a half or older Most plans will allow you to move your retirement plan over to a privately managed plan. You continue to work. You don't lose the benefits of your existing For a one k. You can still make contributions. You could still get matches. But if you can move from a plan that can't be actively managed because the trades have to happen at the end of the day to one that can be actively managed, that has more investment options, potentially lower fees. If we could do all of that, listen, you might see a higher average rate of return met of the fees. You might see less risk to get there. And ultimately, I think that's what people are looking for. Particularly today's environment, Christian I don't know anybody who would want to hang in there approach with everything that's going on a 401 K analysis can help you uncover if what you have is currently working for you. And especially help you pay attention to if you have any orphan before 01 case that is a $250 value. No charge if you call before the end of today's show. 916545916545 12,000. Find out more. About four A one case. Ask any questions Get to know Mike and the team at guarding at your nest egg dot com even connect virtually online now, Mike specifically with 401 case. I know a lot of people that have that orphaned for one case situation you're talking about, and their mindset is that well, I'm just gonna leave it alone because it's not costing me any money, and by the time I hassle with moving in and changing it, that's just gonna be too much. They're completely wrong, aren't they? I mean, the feet. Part of it. I mean, yeah. I mean, the math would say they're wrong. And you know, I'm a math guy. So if you take a look at you know what's the benefit of limited investment options fees that are probably higher than then you'd want them to be. And no active management. I mean, chances are you're gonna get a lower average rate of return over time, because you're getting all the highs and all the lows and probably, you know, not as diversified issue could be so this issue of whether it's you know, orphan for one case are certainly you know, most of the people we work with are retired or very close to it. Sitting and just leaving money in an account with limited investment options typically high fees and then if those limited investment options, not only are they limited they're also mutual funds. And you have to just wait for whatever happens something new. They I mean, That's a pretty big deal, Kristen. I mean, something came to mind to me just here the other day, you know, with the new administration and then potentially cutting back, you know, on on the defense budget, everything we've got a lot of clients lot of engineers, full auto companies like Lockheed Martin Harris, just lot lots of companies that are in that industry..

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"martin harris" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"martin harris" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And especially help you pay attention to if you have any orphan before 01 case that is a $250 value. No charge if you call before the end of today's show. 81355007078135500707 find out more about four of one case, ask any questions. Get to know Mike and the team at guarding at your nest egg dot com even connect virtually online now, Mike specifically with 401 case. I know a lot of people that have that orphaned for one case situation you're talking about, and Their mindset is that well, I'm just gonna leave it alone because it's not costing me any money. And by the time I hassle with moving in and changing it, that's just gonna be too much. They're completely wrong, aren't they? I mean, the feet. Part of it. I mean, yeah. I mean, the math would say they're wrong. You know, I'm a math guy. So if you take a look at you know what's the benefit of limited investment options fees that are probably higher than then you'd want them to be. And no active management. I mean, chances are you're gonna get a lower average rate of return over time, because you're getting all the highs and all the lows and probably, you know, not as diversified issue could be so this issue of whether it's you know, orphan for one case are certainly you know, most of the people we work with are retired or very close to it. Sitting and just leaving money in an account with limited investment options typically high fees and then if those limited investment options, not only are they limited they're also mutual funds. And you have to just wait for whatever happens that they knew they I mean, that's a pretty big deal, Kristen. I mean, something came to mind to me just here the other day, you know, with the new administration and then potentially cutting back, you know, on on the defense budget and everything. We've got a lot of clients lot of engineers of full auto companies like Lockheed Martin Harris, just lot lots of companies that are in that industry..

"martin harris" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

Leading Saints Podcast

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"martin harris" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

"Enrages william and before joseph knows it william jumps up and from what can be -duced from the sources william physically violently attacks. His brother joseph the prophet and contrary to our back to art contrary to all of our videos who watch for joseph smith is the strongest person on earth. William gets the better of him in beats so much so that joseph couldn't get out of bed the next day and like a great older brother. Joseph writes in a letter says that when he saw the william was coming at him he was trying to take his coat off and a few Joseph would've got his coat off. He would pummel them. You know but as it was his coat caught coat and william beat him up but the reason why i think is just a great story is because for a number of weeks. Joseph williams relationship is really really strain and As it would be. Joseph leaves a number of journal entries in on it. Then they'd write letters back and forth trying to reconcile but they just can't quite reconcile each of them. William makes humble confession. But joseph says still read in your letter that you think that i gave you reason to act that way and joseph forgives him but then kind of things again in the letters and that goes back and forth for a few weeks until finally. There's a family intervention right. After new years and martin harris they are just dismiss senior. The father is there. John smith uncle is there and they just get together face to face. They air their. They both confess their faults. Joseph says the spirit of love and forgiveness what was present tears flowed fast and they frankly forgave each other so to me. I just think it's a beautiful example. There's a lot to learn from it. There's an i don't think it's negative. Like i hope that anybody hearing that story Doesn't think that. I'm being critical of joseph leaders are human and And sometimes we do overstep our bounds. Sometimes we say things that maybe we shouldn't say sometimes we do hurt feelings and by the way sometimes people hurt us intentionally. And there's a great lesson there. Where were joseph and william model for us our weakness. The the cure to that is not to be perfect because none of us are going to be perfect to cure that is to be humble to ask for forgiveness and to extend forgiveness. I love that story for those reasons in the obviously they fight breaks out and were council. You can just say well. This has happened before before. Just mccreary you get your first year but obviously it's a rarely sure there's some instances but of the of the israeli a physical fight breaking out in these council meetings but the thing is you know this is what i love. Learning about. History just the rawness of it where it got intense at times and people completely disagreed with joseph. Sometimes joe's completely disagreed with others and with hindsight we look back. The remarkable revelation came from that you know and so as things get tensor. There's conflict or discussion at times in a council meeting to me i would. I'd be more comfortable as leader seeing it. Lean more that way knowing that how we're really passionate about this. Were getting into building the kingdom rather than everybody's saying well whatever you think the show you know that your back hurt in context of that fights. Joseph's problem was that as they had this debate. The elders were debating in subject. That was the whole point of joseph problem. The reason why he wanted to shut it down he didn't like it was following the proper principles that a council should follow. He felt like there was too much pride. There was too much trying to prove a point. You know to quote. There's too much trying to be right instead of get things right. That's joseph didn't like. I don't think joseph or anybody is has a problem with disagreement. Joseph actually even calls for disagreement. He says one time. I don't wanna forever be surrounded by a set of dough heads in his councils. As you're saying like this bishop whatever you say. That's not the point. A joseph says i want people to speak their minds freely in other words. He doesn't wanna be eight people just a bunch of yes men or yes women and at another time. Joseph says in one of the reasons why we can't separate the gold from the dross is because we do not agree disagreed long enough to get to the pure gold beautiful principles. I love it. There's a difference between disagreement and violence or hurt and anger and be more comfortable with with respectful disagreement of viewpoints. The don't resort to pride and violence. That was the problem with the debate in the first place is that's where it was going. Yeah and i think what a great question leader could ask Counselor president in a princ- meeting asking have we disagreed long enough on this to really make a decision and is it should be that easy of a decision in that meets Additional operation. yeah and discussion. We haven't agreed disagree long enough. That's a great quote and we shouldn't be comfortable sitting in the disagreement for awhile without resorting to just trying to get our way in pulling our coats often punching somebody and maybe put a sign up that says no hansel allow no no. Don't have the lab with with a quote of joe male. Right exactly. nice brian. my favorite. Like obviously there's have anthony sweat painting behind me here as we record. I've seen the audience. Can't see than i have my the one you did of joe smith Restrict right all the rough stone. Did and we've talked about that before. Maybe we'll touch on that again. But if there's if my next anthony sweat purchase were to happen. Which would probably will. Once i move into a two minute office would say i love. The diverse angels' dallas. How that came to be. I think there's gives me it. I feel so much leadership in as far as like revelation and just that wrestle the leaders go through to seek more inspiration but tells about so that painting shows. I'll try to describe it for your for the listeners. It shows joseph kneeling down. It's a blue kind of background that's symbolic.

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"martin harris" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"martin harris" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"And you allow Children to gather together, they likely will get infected. We don't know everything about this virus, and we really better be very careful, particularly when it comes to Children. I think we better be careful if we are not cavalier and thinking that Children are completely a meaning that the Della Terry's effects there may be some areas that the level of viruses so high. It would not be prudent to bring the Children back to school. The default position should be to try as best as you possibly can tow open up the school's foreign person learning if you're in a situation and the inner green zone where you have a very low level of infection and tests, positivity That in general, you can open the schools with impunity, closed the boss and keep the school's open is what we really say. OK, that was him like March April May again. The point here is that if you followed the quote unquote science Then you'd have a consistent position since April. There's been no major outbreaks from schools anywhere on Earth for elementary school kids anywhere on earth, and they were open throughout Europe and yet found she was all over the place on this thing. Never put your trust in one single public official. It is always always always a mistake. That is particularly true when you're talking about elected officials who create rules. The incentive structure on covert is completely screwed up at this point, I mean, utterly and completely screwed from beginning 10. Because if you're a public official And you've created this panic about Kobe that millions are going to die from covert, that your chances of death are incredibly high. Basically, no matter which sort of pre existing conditions you have no matter your age if you created that level of panic. In the incentive structure is that you're supposed to lock things down. What happens if you already locked everything down? What is your ally? L. A County already walked down all the indoor dining and you didn't like two weeks ago, and the spike is continuing because nobody can control this thing. And you've created this outside panic about how millions people gonna die. The health system is going to be swamped right now. By the way, there's still healthcare capacity. Millions of people are not going to die in the United States from covered 19. A lot of people have died from carbon 19 in the United States. They're almost entirely people who have had a fairly significant pre existing conditions. Johns Hopkins University did a study They found that of the people who have died of covert 19 or on Medicare, which means everybody above the age of 65 essentially in the country. Of all the people above 65. That's the book of people have died from cover. 19. Of all those people above the age of 65. The number of people who are otherwise healthy who didn't have other pre existing conditions who died of carbon is 2500. According to Dr Martin Harris out of 267,000. I mean the viruses and more dangerous than the flu. It is more dangerous than the flu, and it's particularly more dangerous than the flu. If you have pre existing conditions, it's not really even if you're elderly, it's more if you have any sort of serious pre existing condition like obesity, not just her overweight obesity or if you have renal Failure or if you have heart disease and not just hypertension, but like serious heart disease, right? These are things that are going to complicate, obviously, But the media is an extraordinarily poor job of bringing you the information. So this sets up a system where politicians are basically benefited by shutting things down. So Gavin Newsom was again Morning that it was time to shut down more of the California camp. I'm so happy. I'm not that that horror stricken state this Ken doll of a human talking about shutting down Maura of the state. L. A County shutdown. Outdoor dining. There is no evidence outdoor dining is a vector of transmission. Here's Gavin Newsom threatening the stuff. I mean, at least when he's not at the French laundry, eating indoors with California Medical Association officials. If these trends continue, we're gonna have to take much more dramatic, arguably drastic action, including taking a look at those purple tiered counties, the potential for a stay at home order for those regions in purple because of hospitalizations and ICUs to make determinations of deep purple moves in those purple tiered status. That is more equivalent more in line with stay at home order that folks were familiar with in the beginning of this year. I'm gonna lock you in your house really exciting stuff out there in California. Unless you're one of the unless you're one of the elite, right Then, if you're Gavin Newsom again go to the French laundry. Best thing I saw yesterday with some local restaurants. Had put up a sign in L. A county that said the French laundry outdoor patio just over its normals because, of course, Gavin Newsom had eaten at this very expensive $400 a plate dinner at the French laundry. We get two more of.

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"martin harris" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"martin harris" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"He just comes off so much older and decrepit, and I think that's just Optics a bad look for somebody that you want to call. The commander in chief was with Joe Biden has never been a big debate person like Wooden Bob vice President Pence and Kamala Harris got together. Martin Harris is one of the prosecution will present her Mike is more of a debater. Donald Trump sort of loves and feeds off of those types of environments job I'd never has. But once again that the fundamental ridiculous race change. I don't think so. Setting with Abdulhakim Shabbas here on the Hammer and Nigel Show. One more thing about last night night brought up the hunter bite and stuff. What's interesting to me is, you know we live in this bubble were aware of the story. We talked about it. But if you're somebody that doesn't watch Fox, or you don't have a Twitter account, you probably had no idea what that story was about last night, And for me, that's a problem because whether it's true or not, it should at least meet discussed on the news the same way that the Russian hookers peeing on the president a number of years ago. Well, that may be so, my friend, but at the end of the day, it's a It's a complicated story to begin with. And if you can't explain and boil it down, you know, in 30 seconds hookers were paying on the president's what they said that we'll know located. No, no hookers. President is relatively easy thing to do. But if you do the 100 stories like okay, you found the computer was email. They had a news conference. So had phones and God would show the males to. But here's what Hey, Abdul is saying is that the president brought it up last night. And he can't sit there and explain the ins and outs And what have used to the American public in 20 or 30 seconds. Yeah, I get that and fast will be debate like that is just got to be enough of a back story that the people automatically know exactly what you're talking about. Because somebody knows what exactly what you're talking about. What? Don't they know? I guess is the main point. This isn't a knock on the president or even Joe Biden. This was a knock on the media last night because I watch all the different networks after the debate. I don't want to see how they're covering. Post debate coverage. I'm getting a lecture from Jake Tapper on CNN. U This is disgusting. And how dare you doing all this kind of stuff? And again? I keep going back to female Russian hookers paying on the president and they had no problem running that story. Hey, it is what it is. But let's go back A couple days to the Indiana gubernatorial debate always feel really smart. When I say you're the only one that's been able to pronounce it correctly. Goober nurtures Now I can't get a goober debate Huber debate. What did you think of that? Because my takeaway was It looked like Eric Holcomb was trying to run out. The clock feels like he is in the lady. He's taken that need milking the clock. I kind of want to see Donald Rainwater. Take that hell Mary shot here. I didn't see that the other night. I'm not in the first night blanket. So Tony Cats on his show earlier this week about the welcome good find sort of explaining His rationale behind everything about rainwater did find from the 30,000 ft view, But there's a little short on the details. And Dr Wedding March. I thought we'll sort of OK now it's Jenna from recording my secretary of education, but otherwise it was. It was sort of man. So at the end of the day does that was the race fundamentally change? No, Not really. If you if you like him all you like Kamal beforehand instead about before you could settle for once again in a debate. The trick is Two. If you can not make news, right, Yeah and well, if you're trailing, you kind of want some headlines. No credit. No grated Holcomb's getting it from both sides get from rainwater on one side for the masked man, and he's getting it from Dr Woody Myers for the Mass mandate, and so hope you gotta do is just basically sort of run out the clock and and and get through this Anybody shift their vote one way or the other based off of what we saw onstage in Indiana the other night? I don't think so. I really don't because, like said once again, welcome. No. Did not get a decent job sort of explaining his rationale behind what he did about dog. Donald Rainwater did a good thing. It was about liberty and freedom for that 30,000 ft view, But I thought Great water had some problems. For example, this property taxes like I won't get rid of personal property tax on your primary residence. Okay, fine. We'll pay for roads and schools will give her the fraud. Waste abuse. Well, there's really not that much. Go going on and in Indiana right now, property taxes aside, though it kind of feels like this governor's race, And maybe even the presidential race is going to be decided based on covert and covert response. And if Governor Holcomb is giving off that vibe that how we might shut this thing down again does that open the door for Donald Rainwater? I'm not really because here's here's the thing with what the governor said Wass. You know, if I have to have the data says we have to, then probably will look at it. And we will. He sort of gave himself enough of those weasel words. To get through the whole thing. I think ifyou're rainwater supporter, ur reign, watch sport and tried and true And nothing's really going to change that. What's coming up on your big show this weekend at my political panel coming? We're going to talk about the debates this week. Tony Samuel worked in the Trump campaign. A good friend, Mark Rutherford, Libertarian, My good friend, John Markoff, Denard and also we're going to talk about some other issues as well. Show Saturdays. 123. Right, Abdul..

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"martin harris" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"martin harris" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Fulfillment. Privacy policy. Cyber security So if you're an investor that's basically been piling into the tech sector. You're six weeks away from a presidential election where Martin Harris could will hold the reins of the presidency for the next four years. Maybe you're getting a little bit nervous about holding your holdings in the tech sector and you're going to sell off. Momentum is still positive. John, I think that's the important thing to say. Facebook Apple. The NASDAQ, the S and P 500. They're all still above their 50 day moving average. So for May I think you know the the momentum is still fairly positive, but there are signs of increasing nervousness. As we head towards that election day now, obviously, if you then factory HN the uncertainty over the economic outlook that's nothing new. The fates not telling us anything we don't already know. So, you know, I think the Fed is a factor in the sell off, but I don't think it's the primary reason for it. Just a parent that I need to be sure, it's the current administration's FTC. That's initiating this action. Anyway, the with respect to the federal, sir how much of a plan Michael do they have other than low rates for longer? They don't And I think that was I think that was one of the key takeaways. I think the Fed is in a bind. At the moment. We're so close to the presidential election. I think if they were to embark on a significant monetary policy action by announcing increased asset purchases, and what have you That might be construed as being political. And I think Mr Power really wants to stay clear of that We might get a better idea in the aftermath of the election. The fact is, the next Fed meeting is it is Straight after the election so they might feel more emboldened. Then when we get a much better idea of what the U. S economy is doing what the unemployment rate is doing as well, I mean, Mr Pell said himself. There was significant uncertainty about the U. S unemployment right that actually, it could be an awful lot higher than it is currently the case. So this was a difficult meeting for the Fed. I think they've navigated it as best I can and your take on the retail sales. The United States is a consumer driven economy. Retail sales yesterday that was not a good report. It wasn't but also it wasn't altogether surprising. Yes, the jobs market does look fairly fairly resilient if you take the jobless claims numbers, which were due to get later today, But when you have a $600 a week, similares roll off at the end of July. That's less disposable income ultimately, and I think when you're leading up to an election, I think the impulses on the part of a consumer is to hold back some of their disposable income. In the event that the economy does take a turn as we head into the end of the year, All right, Michael will have to leave it there. Thanks very much for your time this morning. Michael Houston chief market analyst, CMC Markets this morning with a deeper dive into the markets where our futures right now they are in the red Karen Sorry, John. Thank you. It is coming up to 5 53.

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"martin harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"martin harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Maker of nature valley crunchy granola bars and the vital projects fund supporting museum of modern art virtual views continue on moment dot org with exhibition explorations including Donald Judd's sculptures and Dorothea Lange's photographs it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin good morning with huge numbers of job losses and furloughs millions of Americans are being pushed to the brink of eviction after hurricane or other natural disaster FEMA the Federal Emergency Management Agency would start up a legal assistance program to help people at risk of losing their homes that has not happened in the pandemic and the economic crisis it created and here's about her sure has been investigating and she joins us now good morning good morning so first off just explain what kind of legal help FEMA usually provides still the usually private legal hot lines and these are staffed by the American Bar Association for free but the federal government they pay up to five thousand dollars per hotline that's the cover equipment and software so basically the number is a number that anyone can call they can get legal help but because FEMA hasn't made the money available there are only three states that have high winds right now and walk through why there would be demand for legal help because of the corona virus yeah so after any disaster people actually need lawyers to help them register for food stamps and unemployment there increases in domestic violence after disasters need help with that and housing is a really big issue an eviction is a particularly dangerous thing right now because it puts people and communities at higher risk known for spreading the virus yeah so what example for the demand right now there are small FEMA funded hotlines in a couple places these are places that had weather disasters this spring but the Bar Association says that most of people who are calling them are calling about covert nineteen I don't know if we have a clip of tape we were going to play there I think the question is is whether or not Jackie people are getting the help they need if they have all these problems and they're calling out for help because of cove it are they getting that assistance they're not I mean there is a lot of demand but lawyers say that tenants especially are calling a lot so I talked to one man in New Orleans his name's Bobby Parker he is a renter he's a sanitation worker on Bourbon street he's been furloughed and he was late with his rent in April because he didn't have enough money so he went to work one day and when he got back he told me this after marking in our doors in our locker chain the landlord had changed the locks in his apartment did he tell the weather there was a rule against evictions he did because there is there is a moratorium on evictions right now he said it didn't work you're not getting a lawyer through legal aid groups who fought the election eventually won but it took more than two weeks and he said in that time he alternated between sleeping on a friend's at a friend's house and they're bad with them and sleeping outside Mister Parker what do you think would have happened if you didn't have a lawyer no problem here our main problem B. I got to be a victim which had been tested positive for cold nineteen fighting for my life I truly do he says he was really scared and that's in part because he's HIV positive so he's at higher than average risk if you were to get the virus lawyers legal aid groups just like the one that helped him say that without FEMA funded hotlines it's harder to give people this kind of help has FEMA said anything about this they didn't comment they said that outstanding requests for help like this are under review the White House declined to comment the thing to remember here is the president has the ultimate power to unlock this money and more than thirty governors have asked for this type of assistance NPR's Rebecca Hersher thank you so much we appreciate it thanks so much has some barber shops and hair salons reopen across this country it is natural for people to ask is a hair cut really an essential service for US marines at a base in southern California the answer is yes here's Steve Walsh of our member station KPBS in San Diego over the last month the marines have cancel joint exercises at firing ranges social distancing is now observed at camp Pendleton there is now a stay at home order to limit movement much like the rest of California but there is one constant barber shops on base are open colonel hold is the deputy commander for marine installations west commandant allows us to continue doing her guts and is more than just appearances also a hygiene aspect to that but we have to protect ourselves when getting hair cuts the barber shops remain open despite a public rebuke from secretary of defense mark esper this was during a recent Pentagon briefing with the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff what is going on what don't you guys understand a semifinal suspend hair cuts right for whatever period of time the comment was directed at camp Pendleton after a video appeared online showing marines lining up for their high and tight the marines say they're taking extra precautions and that the barber shops will remain open again colonel Jeff hold the image of the marine also was the look sharp in uniform and we are currently have the authority to continue the barber shop operations each installation commander has been decentralized and offered that the on here comes the Pentagon allows individual commanders to make certain calls as the military tries to balance limiting exposure to the virus with staying actually ready to fight at the end of March general David Berger ordered the marines east coast boot camp at Parris island to stop taking new recruits after an outbreak of coronavirus at the same time the west coast boot camp was still having a new class fly commercial the San Diego boot camp spoke then captain Martin Harris explains why why were to continue to change because the central to make marines you have a marine I got to go through a an extensive entry level training process and it's our responsibility to provide trained and equipped marines to serving them fleet marine force to protect the nation's assets all over the world now in the last few weeks the marines east coast boot camp has since re opened a new recruits that with even more precautions including mass for drill instructors on the west coast boot camp nicknamed the Hollywood marines is going through its own outbreak with some fifty recruits testing positive for coronavirus even in the marine corps nonessential workers are supposed to stay at home but each service and in many cases each commander decides who or what is essential in a holding camp Pendleton says each marine commander needs that kind of flexibility we do believe in the chain of command in the chain of command is making those decisions about who they need to bring in hoodies to telework within their respective units can create inconsistencies like in the outside world gyms are closed down food is Kerry out only child care is close to anyone who isn't deemed essential but the barber shops remain open even though just down the coast the navy shut down its barber shops weeks ago for NPR news I'm Steve Walsh this afternoon and all things considered as Europe starts to reopen some countries prepare for another wave of infections tell your smart speaker to play in PR or ask for.

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"martin harris" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:28 min | 2 years ago

"martin harris" Discussed on KCRW

"Org it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin good morning with huge numbers of job losses and furloughs millions of Americans are being pushed to the brink of eviction after hurricane or other natural disaster FEMA the Federal Emergency Management Agency would start up a legal assistance program to help people at risk of losing their homes that has not happened in the pandemic in the economic crisis it created and here's about her sure has been investigating and she joins us now good morning good morning so first off just explain what kind of legal help FEMA usually provides still the usually private legal hot lines and these are staffed by the American Bar Association for free but the federal government they pay up to five thousand dollars per hotline that's the cover equipment and software so basically the number is a number that anyone can call they can get legal help but because FEMA hasn't made the money available there are only three states that have high winds right now and walk through why there would be demand for legal help because of the corona virus yeah so after any disaster people actually need lawyers to help them register for food stamps and unemployment there increases in domestic violence after disasters need help with that and housing is a really big issue an eviction is a particularly dangerous thing right now because it puts people and communities at higher risk known for spreading the virus yeah so what example for the demand right now there are small FEMA funded hotlines and a couple places these are places that had weather disasters this spring but the Bar Association says that most of people who are calling them are calling about covert nineteen mmhm I don't know if we have a clip of tape we were going to play there I think the question is is whether or not Jackie people are getting the help they need if they have all these problems and they're calling out for help because of cove it are they getting that assistance they're not I mean there is a lot of demand but lawyers say that tenants especially are calling a lot so I talked to one man in New Orleans his name's Bobby Parker he is a renter he's a sanitation worker on Bourbon street he's been furloughed and he was late with his rent in April because he didn't have enough money so he went to work one day and when he got back he told me this after marking in our doors in our life threatening change the landlord had changed the locks in his apartment did he tell the weather there was a rule against evictions he did because there is there is a moratorium on evictions right now he said it didn't work you love getting a lawyer through legal aid group who fought the election eventually won but it took more than two weeks and he said in that time he alternated between sipping on our friends at a friend's house and they're bad with them and sleeping outside Mister Parker what do you think would have happened if you didn't have a lawyer the problem here our main I'm proud to be I got the victim which had been tested positive for cold nineteen fighting for my life I truly do he says he was really scared and that's in part because he's HIV positive so he's at higher than average risk if you were to get the virus lawyers legal aid groups just like the one that helped him said that without FEMA funded hotlines it's harder to give people this kind of help has FEMA said anything about this they didn't comment they said that outstanding requests for help like this are under review the White House declined to comment the thing to remember here is the president has the ultimate power to unlock this money and more than thirty governors have asked for this type of assistance NPR's Rebecca Hersher thank you so much we appreciate it thanks so much has some barber shops and hair salons reopen across this country it is natural for people to ask is a hair cut really an essential service for US marines at a base in southern California the answer is yes here's Steve Walsh of our member station KPBS in San Diego over the last month the marines have cancel joint exercises at firing ranges social distancing is now observed at camp Pendleton there is now a stay at home order to limit movement much like the rest of California but there is one constant barber shops on base are open colonel hold is the deputy commander for marine installations west common not allows us to continue to do hair cuts and is more than just appearances also a hygiene aspect to that but we have to protect ourselves when getting hair cuts the barber shops remain open despite a public rebuke from secretary of defense mark esper this was during a recent Pentagon briefing with the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff what is going on what don't you guys understand a semifinal suspend hair cuts right for whatever period of time the comment was directed at camp Pendleton after a video appeared online showing marines lining up for their high and tight the marines say they're taking extra precautions and that the barber shops will remain open again colonel Jeff hold the image of the marine also is the look sharp in uniform and we are currently have the authority to continue the barber shop operations each installation commander has been decentralized and offered that the on here cuts the Pentagon allows individual commanders to make certain calls as the military tries to balance limiting exposure to the virus with staying actually ready to fight at the end of March general David Berger ordered the marines east coast boot camp at Parris island to stop taking new recruits after an outbreak of coronavirus at the same time the west coast boot camp was still having a new class fly commercial this San Diego boot camp spokesperson captain Martin Harris explains why why were to continue to change because the central to make marines you have a marine I got to go through a an extensive entry level training process and it's our responsibility to provide trained and equipped marines to serve in the fleet marine force to protect the nation's assets all over the world now in the last few weeks the marines east coast boot camp has since re opened a new recruits though with even more precautions including mass for drill instructors on the west coast boot camp nicknamed the Hollywood marines is going through its own outbreak with some fifty recruits testing positive for coronavirus even in the marine corps nonessential workers are supposed to stay at home but each service and in many cases each commander decides who or what is essential in a holding camp Pendleton says each marine commander needs that kind of flexibility we do believe in the chain of command in the chain of command is making those decisions about who they need to bring in who needs a telework within their respective units it can create inconsistencies like in the outside world gyms are closed down food is Kerry out only child care is close to anyone who isn't deemed essential but the barber shops remain open even though just down the coast the navy shut down its barber shops weeks ago for NPR news I'm Steve Walsh.

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"martin harris" Discussed on The Grid

The Grid

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"martin harris" Discussed on The Grid

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"martin harris" Discussed on The Grid

The Grid

11:28 min | 3 years ago

"martin harris" Discussed on The Grid

"Punchline is the same in every story but Just how what it's about is what makes it interesting. Yeah you do class on American film and Culture and Poker of what do you think the most underrated poker movie is. Oh that's a good question At got my chapter in there. That's the longest chapter in the book is poker the movies and saw Gosh. I had APPs such a soft spot for a began to the little lady The nineteen sixty six comedy Western with Henry Fonda Join Woodward word which a poker player. Some pants maybe Ah decorate a little bit because the poker it basically the whole movie revolves around this one big hand and it's it's a little bit absurd a kind of the way that the hand is presented and this could never happen public players are always sort of objecting to the the way poker is presented in movies. Because a lot of times these howlers In terms of the inaccuracies. But it's such a such a smart funny movie. Yeah and I think maybe is deserving being put a little higher on the on the list of poker movies than it usually is not just because it it has this sort of really funny Throughout and dish poker story that resemble seventy old poker stores like invoke Laura these old sort of funny stories about about crazy hands but also brings in the woman taking a seat at the table. Vote Man and gets the play around a whole lot with You know sort of gender gender roles and expectations in the setting up of an old west poker game. It's really great. It's funny at the end of the chapter. You mentioned in a movie that I actually got to see. Its Premiere at the Toronto Film Festival Mississippi Grind. I really liked it but it it did not do well like I didn't hear another word about it. After I saw it I saw it in with some poker friends actually and we. We all really liked it and yeah the nine hear another word about it so I guess just didn't resonate at the box office. Yeah that were actually did spring to mind when he said underrated Poker Vase because yeah that's I I think especially among the more recent ones and there's a lot of really really not so great poker maze from the last you know since the boom And I write about some of those in the chapter is Kinda Fun actually. It was fun to write about the bad they had movie as well But yeah this is great the way it represents the low to medium stakes poker scene gene. Add to me. The story reminds me of another very favorite poker movie of mine. which is California's Split? which has some of the great Our you have these sky is Kinda this buddy movie where you have to buddies kind of traveling and playing poker. It's it's really good. I recommend Mississippi Grind Yeah. I like them both California's split amazing to it. It does have that same kind of vibe. I agree if you're going to bring back someone to life to tell a poker hand on the grade. Who Do you think the best person would be like? What's the hand and in your book that you wish you can have the person actually tell me the story? Oh Gosh the the easy answer. The one that immediately leaps to mind is anyone who was is at the table with wild bill hickok in the esiason aches hand where he was killed on August. Second Eighteen seventy six EXC in deadwood. Since we're going back in history we could actually ask Hickok himself to explain what was happening in that hand. But that's probably the most famous Written about a poker hand in history and so that would be a great one to add someone. Come on the grid and talk about. They weren't playing Nolan. Hold on of course area playing playing five card draw right yes still you could just cheated and say it's eight. Eight off right rightly would Waiter into the grid there there is so that was the dead man. The famous deadman's hand. where unfortunately he was facing the wrong side of the table his back to the door four and was shot? Yeah just think just think about Howard. We're talking about that like everybody knows those details right. It's fascinating you know. It's just it's a poker hand but even in kind of the roughest most general version of the story. We're already talking about details like where people were seated and and other elements of the story of course go into it you find sort of dozens of versions of the story where the details get you know. There's lots of conflict in the way it's told but yeah yeah so that that will be a great one. It makes me think about episodes of one of my favorite shows. The Sopranos and wear the V.. Gangsters were usually sitting in relation relation to the door. Because I'm sure that director thought about that right like sitting to the door making sure that at least somebody had today on that. I read about the Sopranos in the Bokan. And that's a that's one of shows when they incorporated the poker obviously sort of fit very naturally into that The millions of that. Show the people who you're creating the movie or the TV show where they're they're kind of conscious of poker history and things like that where these little details would have. They would resonate connect with people who are watching and especially those who knows something about history. Yes absolutely what story in poker. Do you think most needs to be made into a movie that that has never been boy. That's a great question. One thing to talk about in the book is poker coming up in the context of warfare military not strategy and of course there's a connection between history of Game Theory and how poker ended up informing game theory in its development and then of course game theory ended up having a an important role when it came to the cold Cold War a nuclear brinkmanship and how the US managed its relationship with the Soviet Union. And I think it'd be really interesting to kind of maybe tell a Cold War story but emphasizing poker's important role in it as you know one of the Parlor Games that Oskar Morgenstern Morgenstern John Von Neumann. Were it helped them when they were first working out walking theory and maybe some kind of Film or a a story that that really helped highlight and emphasize poker's role in it. And without sort of cheapening the the high stakes of you know something like the Cuban missile crisis showing poker strategy. And the idea of bluffing in these kinds of things were part of that It would be fun to kind of be able to present that you know in a way that was entertaining and also generally informative. That's a fascinating idea. Yeah I think I meant to say like it could be obviously somewhat fictionalized allies and I share your feeling that in a lot of poker movies as well as chess movies by the way I think that accuracy is a little overrated. I I WANNA spirit of poker and chess if somehow position is a little bit unrealistic. I don't feel as strongly about it as a lot of other people do do. But the problem is that a lot of times that sloppiness reflects itself also in the spirit of the message. But if they're able to maybe tell an exaggerated berated hand but still keep the spirit of poker in mind on then I am with the last two the Cincinnati kid is. That's a great example of that exact thing where I as I write about it in the book. I'm not at all not nearly as bothered by the the improbability of a straight flush against the full house in this five card stud hand that some people are they just sort of knocks right out in the movie when that happens but for me. It's perfect not not just fits very well with this story of the the kid against the man and and this sort of maturation that happens in the character of of Eric Erkin at the end in that movie and at the end of the movie. Yeah I agree totally. So do your students just get to watch movies all the time in your class or do they usually have to watch the movies for hallmark mark. Way Do we watch a lot of clips throughout the semester. So we're basically we're just GONNA watch scenes. I save it for the very end of semester because because I kind of I think it works a lot better where they already know the history of poker and they already sort of can appreciate all the different ways. That sort of poker has sort of turned up in culture in other kinds of storytelling and then they watched Cincinnati Kid. alborn split rounders sounders At the very end of the course and so I feel like you know like with the movie rounders. where the the filmmakers there were very conscious of of poker history and they can pick up all kinds of neat little references and appreciate how poker is being used to tell a story? I autocorrect characters and situations after having done that study so we saved movies till the end. Yeah I mean by the way speaking of the Writer later of the rounders movie. Brian Koppelman he still seems to be very into poker. Still plays a lot tweet about it a lot I really like his show billions liens and there's just such a phenomenal episode featuring poker and one of the main characters they are Taylor. That was definitely one of my favorite poker hands. Yeah Yeah I know. I know the episode. You're talking about and that's that was really SMART USA poker. They're not simple hand. Actually I in that episode. Where you have you know you see so often you know a support is his first workings or something exactly? It was something like a I mean. I can't remember their exact henry now but I was thinking about that and the other day because I was like if I was going to have that hand on the grid and by the way for those listening this hand where one of the most brilliant characters the TV show billions ended up making a really amazing call with a terrible hand at a very well heeled charity. Yeah Man I was thinking like who would tell the hand would it be the actress or The writer I think makes a call ten high or something kind of a yes. It's like a longer hand the famous younger hand where they're able to sort of workout there. The opponent is bluffing. That they can make a call a handful of the witchery they absolutely by hand. So what was your English major in by the way I was actually as eighteenth century restoration. Eighteenth century sows writing `bout Jonathan Swift and Alexander Pope and all the early novels Daniel Defoe and poker come across any of your early studies breath not really because poker kind of post states that period although they did like for instance swift and pope they did talk about like card games it would come in their satires and gambling would come up usually as the diversion where people are are wasting their lives playing games like this but yeah yeah now there's really no overlap. Yeah yeah that's true right because you're you said you're doing eighteenth century literature array right right. Wow now anything else that right you WanNa let listeners know about..

"martin harris" Discussed on The Grid

The Grid

11:59 min | 3 years ago

"martin harris" Discussed on The Grid

"Data. Virginia hello everyone and welcome back back to the grid today. We have a very exciting guess. We could talk to for hours. Martin Harris the author of poker and pop culture. Telling the story of America's favorite favorite card name a book that came out June of this year. Twenty Nineteen Martin also has a PhD in English literature as an editor at poker news and a frequent reporter for the last this decade for the Poker Stars blog. He's also a professor at UNC Charlotte and there. He gets a class on poker and American film and culture. That's a classic offer when I was in Nyu. I'm you know Martin as short stack shameless or his twitter handle at hard-boiled poker on. Thanks so much Martin for joining joining me on the grid to talk about a hand that seemed to defy the odds in your own experience a Jack Force suited. Can you tell us about why you chose this hand agent front so glad to step into the grid is such a fan of the show Yes this Jack for suited was a hand that for some reason kind kind of stood out for me when I was playing online poker a lot way back in the day I had done this kind of early check on a AH poker tracker and realized that was winning a lot with Jack for suited and it kind of stood out for me and so when we talked about me coming on the show I started looking for a hand with Jack for sued and I actually had some of the old hand histories from and this. I'm talking about like fifteen years ago. GEICO but I it was a struggle to kind of find one so I play in this home game. It's once a month that's low stakes and we just play a tournament. And I started every time I went. I was like if I ever get jacked for soon. I am definitely going to play it and then talk to Jennifer about it and so I finally did. I finally picked up Jack four suited and the hand itself. What actually didn't turn out to be that exciting? Although I did win the hand which seemed to be doing all the time back when I was playing Jack Ford suited and online. Koker where we play. It's like I said it's the low stakes home home game. There's a lot of kind of passive play a lot of calling and not a lot of raising so I guess I'm not sort of dealing with a lot of people playing back at me in this game and actually a lot of people limping in before the flop which enabled me to limp in with my Jack for suited from the cutoff. A couple of players headlamp island. The blinds came in and on the flop actually came Jack for use. I had two pair right off the bat although no one had showed much interest prefab although I should I should say in this sort of home game and people may be played in these games before people will limp with monsters right Jackson Green's you know they just don't like the raise he's even when they should ace king. You see that showing up a lot where people had limped in with ace king but it around me and I bet both blind on state and The other members left the terms of King. EJECTA me I bet and they voted and so that was. That was the end of that but yet again I was winning with Jack four suited just as I seem to do more than I should have cracking the day playing online. That is really interesting. So this home game that you play. Hey professions are they usually from these are actually people for the most part these people who are at UNC Charlotte so their faculty. They work in different Departments these are casual players recreational players. This game has been going on for a long time probably ten years or more. I only got into it about a year ago. Oh very laid back and they play kind of this really slow structure so it guarantees. Everybody gets to stick around for a couple of hours before people start getting knocked down Tom. It's a lot of fun. I love that and had they taken your class or sat in in your class on American film culture. No they will they know about it and and they know about the book now as well And it's sort of an interesting situation because I'm I'm a pretty serious recreational player right. I'm not not like some of your other guests who are gonNA contribute a lot more than I can. As far as strategic advice goes so. I'm you know I feel like I'm not. I'm a decent as a player. Also winning player on a plate online when I go into sort of end go play tournament. Reckless League's tournament somewhere. I'm definitely going to be in. The middle of the field is far skill level house house. But then I get to play in this game and I get to kind of be like I'm you know pretend like I'm dominic each year. Something and I can you know relatively speaking taking. I can sort of do things in that environment that I'm not so comfortable doing When I play regular tournament that sounds so fun and it sounds like a really the intelligent group of people? It's funny because in chess. If you're around so many intelligent people people are like. Oh they're probably really good at chess but there's not that same. You know proxy for Intelligence Intelligence in Poker so the pressure is not as much on in these professors said yes. It's true and it's fun so you have sort of fun. That table talk is great. They're definitely definitely Versed in some of the things like starting at selection with pods and things. But like I said before. There's a Lotta limping. There's there's a Lotta passive play. There's a lot of stuff that I could actually exploited may be more than I do. which is another sort of factor? You know how it goes goes with home games. He got when you get invited to a home game at you. Don't eat you Kinda WanNa you know both behave and play in a certain way that you keep getting invited back. I don't don't really feel very encouraged to like you know three bet a lot or check raise the louder. You're really sort of pressure. These guys in ways where I actually I guess would probably the increase my own variants in the game by doing that. It would also just kind of makes things much more competitive seeming maybe than than it is otherwise. Yeah that's that's interesting it's it would make it more heated. I was going to say you know you could have. You could have raised the Jack four suited there. I'll do that sometimes in this game I'll get outta line and play these hands kind of because I can you know because they sort of play in a way that allows me to do that at least feel more comfortable doing that than in another out of Environment mm-hmm but on the other hand then everybody might just folded and then you wouldn't have this great story for the grade. Yeah true you know. It was interesting from a about twelve twelve years ago. When you talked about Jack four suited and your database of fifty thousand plus hands that you compile than how you notice that in showdown showdown you tended to do really well with Jack for suited Just kind of showing the role. That coincidence can play in a sample that some fifty thousand plus so you actually wrote there that it might be a bit jingle rain. But I'm not insane so I'm not showing down Shinola like Jack for suited unless I'm a likely winner. And you wrote that as a potential explanation for why you're showdown winnings with Jack. Four suited were so hefty. How do you feel reading back on that? I post now. You're talking about my blog. Hardwood poker and I started this fog in two thousand six and this is a post from just a couple of months after I I started the blog and as I was telling you go back and read these post I kinda cringe a little bit. I was still learning when I talk about especially strategy topics. I feel like like you know we know so much more now so go back and read these things and I always sort of feel that way but this is a fun Kinda it actually i. I liked this postal because I I like I said I got poker tracker. I was real excited to share all his debts and talk about how when it came to showdowns I was winning aces and kings. Were number the number two out of one hundred sixty nine hands. And I had a lot of instances where I played all one hundred sixty nine hands and then Jack for sued it was number three. Although of course the the numbers were I wasn't getting showdown quite as much it was much smaller number of showdowns. A percentage wise And I guess I guess actually we're talking about the actual money I was making. It was third in line and so it just kind of like baffled me like how could this be now. I realized I think something. I didn't realize then. Yeah now I realize that. Even fifty thousand hands isn't the greatest sample It seemed like a lot to me at the time. But I I know that you can get some weirdness even not the number hands Sent me sort of thinking like how. How does this happen and I think i? I still feel good about my conclusion there that I wasn't getting into showdown check for suited. Unless I had you know the flush or to bear something worth going that far with with the hands so that kind of helped me the I guess one thing they're reading. Your blog brought to my mind. was that okay. Of course you want the most money with aces and that's going to be true for every poker player unless they played a very short number of hands but it and you know so if you lose a big hand with aces even in the biggest sage. I mean you're still going to win money with that hand in poker career. There could be some very bizarre exceptions to that but hand like Jack for suited or ten at off. It's interesting to me that if you have one career career defining moment without hand like in a big tournament with it. It's like it's almost like you're never gonna go ahead with it And I think that's Kinda funny where you can attach more superstition and memory to some of these trash hands because you know you're not gonNA play many big pots with them so they're just going to kind of stick out in your head like the one hand that you did play with them. Live that kind of made her break tournament. True that will skew the the numbers this is the story is actually making me. Think about. It's a kind of a childhood memory of mine and your you'll love this story. I grew up in became an English major in English literature. PhD and everything. But I've always been a like you. Yeah I've been fascinated with numbers and grids and things like this and so I there is this. I don't know how many six or seven or eight or something I discovered urge that when he wrote two dice that the number that you most often get a seven right the total when you roll two dice. That's the most in terms of probabilities abilities. And so I actually did an experiment where I don't remember how many times a hundred or five hundred I rode to dice a number of times uh-huh and wrote it down to see if seven would be the most common a total that I would end up with. I think it was like five hundred times or something and and when I was done and added mal up I had rolled five the boast instead of seven. This was sort of a similar analogous. August sorta thing where it's not an infinite number of permutations or or or rations of it and you end up with something that isn't what probability would say you should have as a result and I guess that's poker right. That's where we're discovering this all the time that thinks that are supposed to happen. Don't always happen even when the probabilities suggests it. Will I mean thank goodness for computer. Simulations show you that indeed seven is the most popular either all as well as more simple math that you know you. Don't you don't have to do a simulation you can actually mathematically your it out but it's funny because I remember back when open face became popular and I I started trying furiously to calculate the value of fantasy land. I also doing it very similarly like rudimentary way where I do not the next cell. She wrote down every value of fantasyland that I had and I got to hundreds of them and you also compared notes with some other friends of mine and somebody was like making fun of me. They're like God. This is like you know back in the wild west when you would like you know..