7 Burst results for "Scott Seaver"

"scott seaver" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show

The Bernard Lee Poker Show

04:19 min | 7 months ago

"scott seaver" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show

"To hear that, by the way. Bryce is going like this right now. The more stud I play, the more I like it because when I play with, I pay a lot of attention when I'm playing the games that I'm really bad at and I just try to learn because when you're playing the 50 K, you're playing with the best players in the world. And if I can learn every time I play, then you know it's like a free lesson in a way. It's worth the price of admission obviously. And it's a real treat seeing the good stud players, you know, really at their craft. I played a lot of hours with Scott Seaver this year. And it's unbelievable how good of a stud player this guy is. The stuff that he does, there's a few things that I picked up and that really makes sense. I always one of the things that I've thought of and a game theory standpoint wrong, my whole life is like when you're playing. And say in ace raises, well, it's not so bad to re raise that guy if you're gonna play the hand because even if the guy's hand is better, your chance of winning the pot head up is a whole lot better than it is in a three way pint. So I saw Scott do some cool things that I've never done before and never thought to do and I mean it was a treat. But yeah, as I guess, as I'm getting older, I'm really liking 7 cards that high. I'm really bad at it, but I'm learning. And I pay attention in those games that I'm bad at. I make a point to pay attention and try to learn from the guys that are really good at it. Yeah, yeah. It's funny because..

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"scott seaver" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

07:23 min | 10 months ago

"scott seaver" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

"50 outback that more than 50% of people who play regularly are AH dealers. Yeah, we need the stimulation. And there's lots of data points. There's lots of problems to solve. There's lots of things to ruminate on. We get rewarded for obsessively thinking about the strategy of the game. We just can't switch it off, which can be both the curse. But in this case, it could be a blessing. Yeah, I think that's definitely a curse after a session where it's really hard for me to fall asleep after playing. And I don't think that specific to me, I think a lot of people have that as well. Yeah, you have lots of adrenaline. You have lots of things going through, but it's just hard to wind down, especially after playing it high intensity level. You can't just switch it off instantly, right? I think I had four in April fools, episode, Scott Seaver, who's the drummer for tenacious D came on the show and he talked about like rockstars and why they tend to do drugs and just it's because you end a show in front of 50,000 people. You go backstage and you're by yourself, right? It's like, how the fuck do I go down from this? Because I imagine you're very stimulated. It's very hard to get to sleep. It's very hard to shake all those feelings off. And so drugs just kind of makes sense. Yeah. I was something that helped me was writing down all the timestamps of hands and I'm playing on a live stream or truck or just a looking over the hands I played if I was just writing them down and homes a lot. Something about the closure stops the stops the rumination where you kind of like, okay, yeah, I'm going to look at this spot tomorrow, where you're not just like, so you have some sort of forward expectations or you're not just illuminating it like you said. I don't know if you have any other tips besides that. Not really. I think that releasing energy just releasing energy in any way that you can. But really just naming it, putting it down on paper in the same way that a database collecting hands allows you to not really have to remember all the specific hands that you played in the ses when you write it down. You recognize, okay, I don't have to, I don't have to keep ruminating on this because it's down. I can come back to it later, so you just fill more comfortable kind of just letting it go. And one more question, and then we'll part ways. What's some common poker advice? You hear regularly? And I assume you do hear common poker advice being in the live poker arena that you just completely disagree with. Yeah, it's funny because live poker is so far behind. Online poker that I just remember being in a ten 20 table and people are like explaining to one side of the table, the concept of GTO. And it's just really funny that the people online I think have not entirely but moved past the notion of just follow this all over output and you'll be fine. But I think that's probably a trend that's going to start happening alive where people are trying to take overall outputs and just like play them perfectly because it is slightly behind. So I'd say that that's definitely the advice that I would disagree with most where there's so many like there's only one way to play at 0% like exploit where you're not exploitable at all. But if you loosened up the 1%, there's nearly infinite ways to construct a strategy that can be that's within 1% of the true solution. And then if you want to constrain the EV within to be within 1%, then you can start to optimize other things like simplicity or towards pull tendencies of stuff like that. So I think it's because people think about strategy construction poorly. Yes, and I think the listener knows my feelings on this at this point in time. And also I shudder to think at the ways live players are going to mangle GTO outputs trying to trying to follow them religiously. That's just going to be a bloodbath. Yeah, and you see it on stream sometimes with some people just trying to be you can tell that there are questions coming from them studying a solver where they're just making crazy check races or trying to play like limitless or something like that. Yeah. Well, like you said, the live game is way behind and likely catching up to the solver, then they're going to go through their dogmatic solver phase where a bunch of them get just utterly destroyed and then they'll come to terms with, okay, maybe we've got to do something else along with a solver to improve, which is what's happened in the online poker space, much more quickly because the game evolves and you get a lot of data that you can learn from and it's really hard to ignore the data. And maybe live poker just always stays that way because they don't ever get the data that tells them otherwise, right? Yeah, and I think another reason why live poker might say that way, just because it's, I mean, the games are always built around. Recreational players, and it's just more fun to be a recreational and a live game than it is to be a recreational online. For sure, for sure. Cool man, it's been great having you on. Thank you for your time and your energy I look forward to, I look forward to seeing your path through poker, seeing you on a 25 5000 stream breaking some hands down. Seeing how far you can progress. Yeah, I mean, that's definitely the goal, like I said before. So I definitely also hope that I'll be there. And I also want to thank you again for all the content that you put out having on a podcast myself. I know it's just a ton of work and you're putting out for these a week is just pretty psychotic in addition to everything else you do. So yeah, us the listeners definitely get a lot out of it. And so it's awesome that you're continuing. Thanks, man. I appreciate it. And it's always a joy doing these things. I know that it is a little psychotic, but I genuinely love having these conversations. And if I didn't, then I wouldn't be able to produce so much content. So I'm glad that the listener enjoys listening to my tangents about the Korean situation and all of these things that peak my curiosity that I want to know more about because really that's the point of the show. I just love having amazing conversations with amazing people and thanks for coming on man. I'm sure we'll run this back sometime in the future. Take care, best of luck, can't see where you go next. Or can't wait to see where you're going. I can't see. I can't see. I'm blind. Thanks, Fred. Thanks for listening to chasing poker greatness. You can subscribe on Apple podcasts or on your favorite podcast app. Go to chasing poker greatness dot com to get the newsletter. Join the greatness village community, who book a coaching session or dive into the latest data driven poker courses. Follow the show on Twitter at CPG podcast..

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"scott seaver" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

The Breakdown Poker Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"scott seaver" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

"And he's playing at a table full of killers including scott seaver. Dan smith land entice others as well including jake daniels. Who is at least a problematic type player. And then he's going to pull a lot of pressure on you and things like that and one is going to play a hand against mr daniels where well to some degree. All hell is going to break loose and just going to have to make some tough tough decisions. He's not going to have a great hand. But should he stand up to this bully. Should he slink away. Getting to a right now on the breakdown because don bruins back baby with grant denison and jonathan levy and energy. It's.

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"scott seaver" Discussed on The PokerNews Podcast

The PokerNews Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"scott seaver" Discussed on The PokerNews Podcast

"I am our guest. This week i. I'm excited to talk to because i've been watching him on poker after dark. The past several weeks one zach frenzy. Thank you for taking the time to chat with us on the pokonos podcast man. Absolutely no bro. I wasn't familiar with you until this poker after dark. You've been on several episodes in the current iteration is actually named after you. The episodes are called feeding frenzy. This week part three debuted. And you've kind of been front and center and actually reached out are used. Jeff platt my co host on the podcast to reach out to brent hanks. Who's part of poker. go asking. hey in touch with you. Because i wanted to know more about you. I wanted more on our listeners. To know more about you. So i guess let's start there. What what can you tell us about yourself. I'm pretty simple. I was born and raised in. Las vegas I've actually lived all over the world. But i always come back because that's where my family is have two in vegas and that's where i reside i did. Eleven plant say. I did a little research and it looks like you've been in the poker world for for a good amount of time but maybe just not high profile tournaments and things like that. I've never been a big fan of tournaments ever They take a lotta days. There didn't used to be ten rollers like there is today You know we would spend days and days playing tournaments and if you mid gashed. It was pretty much a waste of your life. So then i started generating more towards the bigger games with john robert and other people see. And that's not what i assumed i looked at your hand mob. There was some small turning cashes from two thousand twelve to two thousand seventeen but thirty six thousand dollars total but then you watch you on poker after dark and it becomes pretty apparent that you're adapt data the cash game scene and he really helped fuel these games on on poker after dark. So let's talk about that. What led you to decide. Hey let me get on on poker. Go on tv in play these poker. After dark games to be honest i had no interest. Jake daniels bake me to go with. So we played the nosebleeds game with dan. Smith and scott seaver burkey. Mj and grind you. Which i i mean. I've played with berkey and dan before..

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"scott seaver" Discussed on The Fives

The Fives

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"scott seaver" Discussed on The Fives

"Live events sort of being pushed a little bit further back I don't want to lead on the the the saying abundance of caution but that certainly seems what it is rather than deal with a scenario where you get to the end of the tournament and somebody is test positive for cova night opens up that huge can of worms tonghua totally unrelated to all of this but i The little league world series started today typically the little league world series includes a bunch of teams from america in one bracket and then teams from all over the world The other plane down to a final between an american team in an international team this year. All american teams are sixteen of them there in williamsport pennsylvania and their kovin policy is pretty strict Especially for a group that includes Players can't vaccine because we're too young we're talking about eleven year olds here If one player on your team tested positive for covert during the tournament and it's a two week long tournament. Your whole team is disqualified. How which. I thought was a little bit strict but i guess hash tag abundance of caution again but i don't see how over the next two weeks. There is at least one team sent home early. Yeah all right let's get some other non. Wbz stuff This had attention this week. The world poker tour home game Stream promotion for club. Wbz t- On their twitch janelle Twenty five thousand dollar high home game. This one teacher all female players a two hundred. Four hundred blinds fifty. Yeah that's right And the roster included maria over. Kelly minkin ebony. Kenny joie lou. Jim steadier Alexander botas ashley sleep and nemo crossing over some chess players in there Which created a religious dynamic definitely. Were checking out lots of surprises. I think in terms of the quality of play from the chessplayers But then the the other one which was a two hundred hundred dollar high roller that was later in the week balan included ali sunday. One jesse sylvia dance matt. Scott seaver jake. Daniels who i have raved about from his high stakes poker. Play borough. I who might just be a rising star landed thais and Omg tom dwan. Making an appearance on street. Yeah i mean a distant capture my attention this week. I thought it was really fun. Watch it was pretty loose in terms of especially day to which We can rundown down. Who is there but the table talk was nice loose. It was fun Ali end jamie. Were in the booth did a great job. The action was good. The play was super interesting to watch..

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"scott seaver" Discussed on The Fives

The Fives

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"scott seaver" Discussed on The Fives

"We are on one of the people radio they coming to so it was one of those things where they had a producer watching our table and for any big they. Can't you would call over a camera crew. So i'll league all in on the turn. I have a pair of tends. It's like jack ten five deuce or something like that. I have a pair of two was that was that it you nailed it. I have a decision at this point. I have kington. I'm thinking and thinking in right. When ali said all in i'd see producer you know a camera crew were bought a lot. So there's one camera crew over. And so i think i think in here comes another kim mike. Okay now probably a good time. Stand up just really really hyped up. This moment third camera crew comes over. I'm thinking i'm thinking and finally you know like hey hero call would beat pretty cool with all the cameras around. I also thought my head. Was i call and get get shown literally the worst the impossible because i am stone cold dead. It does not matter what the river is. I am out of the tournament. And not only that lance as i'm leaving you know the cameras are following me out. It's very awkward. My parents had just gotten in town. They're coming to watch the main. They had literally just walked in the rio to see me walking out and greeting them sad face. That was the moment that the that the main event ended for me that year. There's a couple of different moments in in somebody's deep w superior on to get a little bit of attention from espn is great but once you get into the money to get into like the top one hundred pretty close to where you were. You have a producer following for one of two reasons one year a good story or do you're on a really short stack and i would much rather have the producer watching me lady for me to make a hero call then standing by waiting for me to finally get it in and bust out because they always wanna get that there does jeff planet two hundred hundred places. He gets his three big blinds as four off right and having them whisper like you said you know. Let's get another camera a far better experience than Being stalked. because you're about to bus at someone who's done reporting on tv side just print side. I've had the stock people and it's absolutely horrible band. Scott seaver actually wanted to pay me to leave the table. Look if i give you one hundred dollars where you go away if you're here i'm going to bust but if i if you leave. I'm probably not worrying about still kristen. Big now in her..

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"scott seaver" Discussed on Poker Stories Podcast

Poker Stories Podcast

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"scott seaver" Discussed on Poker Stories Podcast

"I know you did a ton of studying during that three month delay. Yeah yeah so. The first thing. I did when i made. The final table was to start working straight away and like fainting. Okay how can i. what can i do to prepare. What can i do to put myself in the best position. Possible to take us down because this is a once in a lifetime opportunity and like it's not going to happen again. I sure am short stack. But like i still have got thirty seven big blind so still very deep and great structure. Obviously so and i knew i was going to spend his next three months preparing preparing preparing saw a zero regrets. Whatever happened In terms of of not being prepared enough and kicking myself. In hindsight yeah. How do you feel you know you're prepare your prep-work rated with everyone else. Did you feel like they were doing the same thing or whether there are a lot of people. Just go with it now. It's it's hard to say. Like i don't know why Everything that behind the scenes but Just speaking to them one when we reunited vegas like days before the final table doing that the media stuff or espn and new told me that he's a spent three months in in napster out partying. I think lakes Was supposed to bunch of study work and then called scott seaver like two days before the final like you'd i've prepared anything. You gotta help me gear stress. Coaching said just hearing stories like that. And then i think similar just played golf or whatever but Just gave me like a nice confidence boost. Because i knew that i also far away from what i've been doing and so everyone's just or everyone but if like a lot of the guys just treated as like Sort of like a freer. Like they had already made it by making the final table. Whereas i i just saw it as as one step and then the next step was to make sure to win right. I mean obviously you coming in with The short stack So i don't know what your expectations were given that or what you would have been happy with Given that Do you have thoughts about that because if you finish ninth. It's a great score but it's not changing your life. It's just another. It's just another top scoring on the list of top scores. Yeah now i think anything. But i would have been disappointing to at least some degree. Obviously nine this is the most disappointing. Because it's the least is the worst he can do at that point. And you you've had this time to think about it and know that the worst you can do is getting nine..

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