23 Burst results for "Torelli"

"torelli" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"torelli" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"We got personal spending numbers this morning. Consumer spending is probably a more clear way to put that still growing just slower than they were up. Three tenths percent in july consumer spending was that is compared to more than one percent growth in june. the variable here of course is the delta variant. That probably also played into this morning's report on consumer sentiment from the university of michigan neela. I think mentioned that at pandemic lows was the headline and consumer sentiment marketplace. Kristen schwab explains what all that is going to mean. For the businesses that have been thriving in this pandemic and for those that haven't for a glorious few months sarah garlic's in pennsylvania felt like she could breathe easy. I would go into stores. Went out masks. And the i would even let my son do it but that has definitely backtracked in the past couple of weeks. She's worried about the delta variant so she cancelled a road trip she planned with her father is working from home more often and is doing early morning grocery shopping again. I have liked turned into my mother and waiting in the parking lot and that i go in as soon as i got a lot of messages today from people who have canceled gym memberships and travel to work conferences. And sure these are anecdotes. But there's also data open table. Reservations have been declining since june. Southwest airlines recently said bookings have dropped and cancellations have increased and there are those softening consumer spending numbers. Wendy attleboro is an economist. At the brookings institution the delta variant create some significant risks for what happens to overall spending over the next couple of months if people stay home again she says demand for services could dip and demand for goods could flatten. How many more home improvement projects can people really pick up and carlos torelli a marketing professor at the university of illinois at urbana-champaign says the fortune of companies like peleton jordache and netflix could rise consumption on the goal as you please embiid's force generation is becoming more the norm. And there's where you start seeing changes that may give these companies more permanent place in our everyday lives. Torelli himself is working in person but still doing meetings on zoom. I don't have to be more than from office. Do i go there sometimes. In different buildings.

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"torelli" Discussed on The PokerNews Podcast

The PokerNews Podcast

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"torelli" Discussed on The PokerNews Podcast

"Sean deed came out in aired all dirty laundry as well. So maybe he's just going to be like you know what you did that. I'm not gonna pay five care. Or what have i who knows. I don't know like. I said it turned ugly. It's unfortunate that it did It was a fun prop bed while to lasted. It was fun to watch lawn and gone that america. Ninja warrior journey but As i said twenty miles did advance so he is still answer. We're gonna see more of him on the show at least which could be. It'd be exciting and it's it's unfortunate Not the ending that. We were hoping for when i was watching it on monday. I'm like. Let's see tony win this. Let's take something from shaun d but it. It took a turn quickly. And if you wanna learn more about the entire situation you can do so poking dot com. We're gonna have an article up part of our muck series since this all unfolded on social media really laying out all the drama as it happened. So jeff we're about to wrap up this episode. But we've got some good stuff coming up on the show now that sarah's gone and out of the way we can get you know hand. Yeah we actually have a return from sarah in away. Before she went on maternity leave she did record a exciting interview with one. Briton kenny..

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"torelli" Discussed on The PokerNews Podcast

The PokerNews Podcast

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"torelli" Discussed on The PokerNews Podcast

"I and you ended up leading out for eleven hundred with what turned out to be two black nine pocket. Nines you had bottom set and it's on me and i end up deciding to raise to thirty five hundred deep folds fold around to you and you wasted little time enfold in your pocket nine space up. You showed the table to the disbelief of many got rid of bottom. Set right there without really giving it too much thought into yeah it was. It was pretty shocking to the rest of the table. And it's been a am that's been talked about both by the both of us elsewhere. In the pokharel to yeah. I was just thinking that. I mean i think image played into it and i think it was. It was a spot where i was looking at it. Like you're never bluffing. So if you're not bluffing. You either have jacks tens or king queen or maybe you have eight seven so i'm just like never good. I mean i guess. I beat like jack ten right so like i beat. There's some hands that i beat. And i'm gonna look really stupid when you have jackson but if you offset that with the you're obviously at the table you're making decisions with imperfect information playing the long term strategy so if i think about it long term against the types of i thought you had in that moment. It's basically these not enhance and really nines. I mean it is a big showcase moment to make it all quick on tv and whatever but like you know thinking through it. I was like really like there's not really many hands. That i beat here and so. That's why folder so quickly. Because i was just going gonna fall before. I think about it and talk myself and a colleague civic stupid you even phil hellmuth complementaries remember. He said now you're playing the game. There's only five or six people on the planet that understand how good your play was right there half the players at this table. Thank you made a bad play. And i mean he's not he wasn't He wasn't wrong there. Were people at the table. Who are what the what the hell were you doing. I actually agree with you that it was easy full. There's never really an easy full than that spot. But just given how tight. I was playing which was very obvious. I agree with you that that hand there every time. Your if it's against andrew jackson here you're drawing pretty much dead you're drawn to one out and this is such a big hand for because if it was deep in that spot i think he just probably jams..

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"torelli" Discussed on The PokerNews Podcast

The PokerNews Podcast

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"torelli" Discussed on The PokerNews Podcast

"Right i am with our guest this week. A guy that. I haven't seen in a while. And when i did it was across the table and in some big hands. We're gonna talk about on the show. One mr alec torelli how you doing man. Hey well what's up. Ted creates be here. Yeah it's it's one to be here just going to chat with you instead of having to compete against you like we did in america which i guess it was like five years ago now but i know time flies man. It does and so. Yeah what have you been up to where we're post pandemic for the most part right. It's still happening but things are getting a little bit more back to normal. You're in southern california right now but you spent most of the pandemic overseas correct. Yes so i was in italy for those following me on social. They saw right away. I was at ground zero in italy which is right where the first cases outside of china were discovered. I was literally twenty miles from that location. And so i knew very quickly that this was going to be big and that that was likely going to do become something that was global and so i was raising the alarm bells very early on and saying like hey guys look. There's there's something going on here and this is pretty crazy. They started to shut down areas. Of where i was right in the beginning. And the lockdown. In italy were very strict so we were kind of stuck in the house for a number of weeks and we actually had plans to go back to the us. But we can't start flight because we were kind of uncertain. What is this thing. Is it safe to travel. I don't know let's just wait it out for a couple of weeks and then of course. The lockdown happens and then we ended up spending all pretty much the most twenty twenty out there. So i haven't been back to see family in a long time so i came back to southern california and been spending some time with family out here catching up with friends. And you know the sort of makes you reshape things and rethink things. So that's become a bigger priority. It was always a big priority but I feel like there's a little bit more of an intensity and presence in the quality time lately. I'm sure a lot of people feel the same way. And so that's been that's been awesome and then of course now with things opening back up. I've been coaching several clients out here in the so cal area. There's of course a lot of poker here. A lot of went to play several times at commerce as well just to get my fix in..

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"torelli" Discussed on The PokerNews Podcast

The PokerNews Podcast

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"torelli" Discussed on The PokerNews Podcast

"Probably the hardest awesome. It was in the round of thirty two defeated. Manning moser in ram sixteen. Anthony zeno in the quarter-final stephen Quick and then in the semifinals finals for stiffer crocs and in the finals patrik antonius. He not only defeated antonius. He did so sweet. It was the best of in. Ib just one the first three so It was cool to see like you said it couldn't have been scripted better. Ideas started to re emerge in the poker world after being gone for so long. And i know that's very exciting to poker vans and he did say in an interview with joey ingram after victory says i'm looking to play. I'm looking to play poker on tv. I'm looking to travel and play poker. I'm looking at the world series of poker. I'm not sure about a full schedule. But i'm planning on playing a few events so that's definitely very exciting and we talked about last week after the schedule for the world series was revealed. Doyle brunson might be back. I would love to see. Ibm brunson at the same table. Like at least one last time that would be. That'd be incredible. Yeah i mean. Don't you think there's going to be a special a buzz or electricity in there. I don't know what the word is this year at the world series of poker anyway. Just have back after a you know a year absence but especially phil ivey walks through the door. Abdul brunson walks through the door. We know that in the human helm you going to be firing all we have the opportunity to bring in again a bit more mainstream celebrities quote unquote in like the neck rights of the world card player life at a interview with andrew. Bogut former basketball player. He can stop by the world series of poker. I just think the numbers are going to be huge. It's just it's just incredible Already so excited for it. That's definitely going to be big agenda before we get into any other stories. Let's take a quick moment to thank our.

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"torelli" Discussed on The PokerNews Podcast

The PokerNews Podcast

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"torelli" Discussed on The PokerNews Podcast

"Jeff let's breakdown some poker news and let's start right with the biggest story that happened last night. We actually postpone this episode one day so we could talk about this. And that is the high stakes dual round three while right. It's round two. but match. Three between daniel new infill. How news hellmuth had won. The first two he was looking to sweep agron you negroni was looking to have some redemption and save some face by finally defeating defeating how this was four. Four hundred thousand dollars in two hundred thousand dollars apiece and what happened man. I i mean it's just incredible. It's just this The phil hummy train continues to roland. Nobody can can stand in front of it. He sweeps antonio's fan. Dra wins through straight against him for fifty k. Person for one hundred k. Person for two hundred k person antonio loses his right to challenge fill chooses to stay stool. Boom we move on to high stakes tool to daniel Steps in the with all this heads up experience now after playing doug hold time and time and time again and cash none go but still negroni. The heavy favourite hell me wins round. One person how swings round to one hundred per cent and this week. Helmuth wins round three for two hundred k. A person it was almost the same script. Chad like we saw for the first couple rounds of high stakes tool to mcgraw nude jumping out to an early lead in super deep stack. Play mirani clearly at the edge. I think phil would tell you that as well so ground who had the lead helmi fought back. I think that you can say again. That helped me to get hit in the head by by the deck for sure there were plenty of times flop trips turned trips etcetera etcetera. Now with that said two things number one they got it in kings versus kings negroni one number to fill in one of the biggest parts of the night fairly early on when absolutely ham with eight. Three of clubs against niagara new and his deuces in agronomy saw something in phillips like he had a reader attell. That was weak. But phil followed through on this crazy blah. Ns got through so there's no doubt about it as an agronomy said at the end of the match. That phil hellmuth deserve to win. That he deserved to win high stakes stool to and that four hundred thousand dollars three hundred fifty camp profit. Well-done films what were your thoughts five betting five bedding with a after a suited like. Let's give this man some credit. I've been saying it for a long time. I'm a film fan even did antonio's family oury three in sweep. He got a ground. You want to three main. When when's poker will start giving him some of the credit that he deserves. And i like. We talked about in past episode. It was a win win situation as far as story lines. Go by a. I think this is a feather in the cap for helmut for sure and in kudos to you for pain him to complement and You know saying he deserved to win. It makes me wonder where this leaves. Negra new I listened to him on the debt. Khokar podcast every week. I love it. It's a great show how they recommended and in that you know even admitted that he's he was a little rattled by being beat the first two times and now he's been beat three times in who says he's playing the best poker of his career right now all the studying that. He's done the solver work and he's put a lot of Of working to his game but he's not seen the results agency a year in the helmet high stakes dwells. You didn't see it during the. Us opened in against doug elk so man. It's one of those things like you can be playing the poker of your life but this is a game where results matter say. Don't be results oriented but it does matter you could be the best. Ufc fighter as far as training goes in in pound for pound strength. But of you're not winning matches you are not a winner in in the ufc so in poker you have to be winning as well to be to be a winner in into gronya. Hasn't been doing a lot of this far now. I did say this tweeted it in. Negroni tweeted back. Saint he agrees. I think between the wpa summer online bracelets which are slated to start in one week. We'll be recovering them for focus and the full schedule in the fall between the live and online versions. I think you is going to win a bracelet. at least one race at and he's gonna find number seven. I think it's long overdue. I do think he's playing extremely well. And i think that that's going to happen. I hope it happens. Because i think he might need that. Sort of a boost. He needs a win under his

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Hellmuth Sweeps Negreanu to Win High Stakes Duel II

The PokerNews Podcast

04:30 min | 1 year ago

Hellmuth Sweeps Negreanu to Win High Stakes Duel II

"Jeff let's breakdown some poker news and let's start right with the biggest story that happened last night. We actually postpone this episode one day so we could talk about this. And that is the high stakes dual round three while right. It's round two. but match. Three between daniel new infill. How news hellmuth had won. The first two he was looking to sweep agron you negroni was looking to have some redemption and save some face by finally defeating defeating how this was four. Four hundred thousand dollars in two hundred thousand dollars apiece and what happened man. I i mean it's just incredible. It's just this The phil hummy train continues to roland. Nobody can can stand in front of it. He sweeps antonio's fan. Dra wins through straight against him for fifty k. Person for one hundred k. Person for two hundred k person antonio loses his right to challenge fill chooses to stay stool. Boom we move on to high stakes tool to daniel Steps in the with all this heads up experience now after playing doug hold time and time and time again and cash none go but still negroni. The heavy favourite hell me wins round. One person how swings round to one hundred per cent and this week. Helmuth wins round three for two hundred k. A person it was almost the same script. Chad like we saw for the first couple rounds of high stakes tool to mcgraw nude jumping out to an early lead in super deep stack. Play mirani clearly at the edge. I think phil would tell you that as well so ground who had the lead helmi fought back. I think that you can say again. That helped me to get hit in the head by by the deck for sure there were plenty of times flop trips turned trips etcetera etcetera. Now with that said two things number one they got it in kings versus kings negroni one number to fill in one of the biggest parts of the night fairly early on when absolutely ham with eight. Three of clubs against niagara new and his deuces in agronomy saw something in phillips like he had a reader attell. That was weak. But phil followed through on this crazy blah. Ns got through so there's no doubt about it as an agronomy said at the end of the match. That phil hellmuth deserve to win. That he deserved to win high stakes stool to and that four hundred thousand dollars three hundred fifty camp profit. Well-done films what were your thoughts five betting five bedding with a after a suited like. Let's give this man some credit. I've been saying it for a long time. I'm a film fan even did antonio's family oury three in sweep. He got a ground. You want to three main. When when's poker will start giving him some of the credit that he deserves. And i like. We talked about in past episode. It was a win win situation as far as story lines. Go by a. I think this is a feather in the cap for helmut for sure and in kudos to you for pain him to complement and You know saying he deserved to win. It makes me wonder where this leaves. Negra new I listened to him on the debt. Khokar podcast every week. I love it. It's a great show how they recommended and in that you know even admitted that he's he was a little rattled by being beat the first two times and now he's been beat three times in who says he's playing the best poker of his career right now all the studying that. He's done the solver work and he's put a lot of Of working to his game but he's not seen the results agency a year in the helmet high stakes dwells. You didn't see it during the. Us opened in against doug elk so man. It's one of those things like you can be playing the poker of your life but this is a game where results matter say. Don't be results oriented but it does matter you could be the best. Ufc fighter as far as training goes in in pound for pound strength. But of you're not winning matches you are not a winner in in the ufc so in poker you have to be winning as well to be to be a winner in into gronya. Hasn't been doing a lot of this far now. I did say this tweeted it in. Negroni tweeted back. Saint he agrees. I think between the wpa summer online bracelets which are slated to start in one week. We'll be recovering them for focus and the full schedule in the fall between the live and online versions. I think you is going to win a bracelet. at least one race at and he's gonna find number seven. I think it's long overdue. I do think he's playing extremely well. And i think that that's going to happen. I hope it happens. Because i think he might need that. Sort of a boost. He needs a win under his

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"torelli" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"torelli" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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Johann Sebastian Bach 3: What's a Concerto?

Classics for Kids

05:25 min | 2 years ago

Johann Sebastian Bach 3: What's a Concerto?

"Kids. Concerto comes from two Italian words with sort of meanings first concerto means in agreement or together like the word concert. You go to a concert to hear people playing together but the Italian word contract. Tari has to do with struggling. And a concerto also has to do with one or more solo instruments doing friendly battle in concert with a larger group. Italian COMPOSER GIUSEPPE. Torelli gets most of the credit for developing the instrumental concerto. In the late sixteen hundreds an Italian who lived a bit later on Tonio Vivaldi wrote Zillions of Concerto will actually only five hundred or so. But it seems like Zillions Vivaldi's most famous set of concertos named for the four seasons the earliest concertos were written for violins. But you can have a concerto for any instrument. Here's one that you'll have nipple Makoma road for trumpet. One for cello by front-seat high one for Tuba by Refund Williams who in the late twentieth century Scottish composer James Macmillan wrote a concerto called vinnie Emmanuel for percussionist. Evelyn Glenn you can also have a concerto with more than one Solo Instrument Wolfgang Gone Medina's Mozart wrote this one for flute and Harp Dmitri Shostakovich wrote a wonderful concerto for piano and trumpet the end of the peace sense just like music for a silent movie. Let's because when he was young Shostakovich had a job playing piano for silent movies in box day composers also wrote something called the Concerto Grosso which does not mean. A concerto with slimy stuff. Losing out of it grow is Italian for great. Instead of just one or two soloists. A Concerto Grosso has a whole group of soloists. A smaller group pitted against a larger group. George Frederic Handel. Who lived at the same time as Bach wrote quite a few Concerto Grossi? That's the official plural of Concerto Grosso. a lot of Bach's Brandenburg concertos fall into the Concerto Grosso category in the Brandenburg Concerto. Number two the small group consists of Trumpet Flute Oboe Violin and the big group is made up of string instruments.

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"torelli" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"torelli" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Don't think we're going to do for you. where I'm doing great. look I've got a seven twenty seven game saying raise the purview on automatics throughout the seventy thousand miles nice. it's been fun I read about a year about it about a year and a half old new from the album Katie good I anyways I am looking to drugs I'm single I don't have a long commute every thing about. Leeson some Danny right maybe not a truck I'm terribly or anything there's just a good deal I'm a car guy I was in the business about seven years so in sales so. good deal from a rocket ride for awhile. please rate or or some good down just a sweet deal on a like importers are younger than your Torelli Gambino those Allen if you if you want to try and you want the best lay still out there is going to be the tundra and it's a great truck older god alone. yeah yeah I love it are they gotta get leaves don't look under again. they got a smoking Lee still going on right now on the tundra for yeah I mean really it's not about Dallas dealer who was on there was this morning on the Dallas show he had of forty eight thousand dollar crew Max for before TRD package forty eight thousand dollar truck forty eight thousand dollar truck. that was three three hundred Bucks a month with two to note down that math doesn't really count on any car out there. and I don't know I I know I went in about fourteen upside down a year and a half later I was already to the good. did you finance a corvette. yes are you are you okay in it no I'm dumb D. are always great I about Jana okay I you know I got I got the game late aren't so I'm still you know. in the course. I had a fourteen or sixteen and the values of drop since they showed the new mid engine Kerr that might be that might be a car you want to put on consignment with retail my ride dot com try to maximize or if you're gonna have to roll some money and that under lease would be the thing to do it on and in three years from now a walk away free well but three years from now because it's a country you probably have equity in it and that's that's just the nature of the beast when we start talking about tundra leases and tundra's value and frankly that's one of the the tender payments are so low because the reseller so good but that big high residual out there and band that makes a low monthly payment that but it's confusing for people because actually you know they're gonna be Alexis store looking at a forty eight thousand dollar Lexus moved to to now that payment seven hundred so you got to be careful Hey we're thinking about you guys in Houston as you deal with the flooding.

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'Crazy Rich Asians' Co-Writer Leaves Sequel Over Pay Parity

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

05:04 min | 3 years ago

'Crazy Rich Asians' Co-Writer Leaves Sequel Over Pay Parity

"I'm kim masters and this is the hollywood breakdown joining me as belen the hollywood reporter and matt you know progress for women <hes> and others were there was a study. I'm talking about a study that just came out a study from the center for the study study of women in television and film and it did find some increases in the representation of women both on and offscreen. We're not talking like the world's problems resolved. A seventy percent of the women that were involved are whites. That's one thing but the study found that the number of speaking characters female speaking characters dresses up five percent from two thousand eighteen to nineteen versus two thousand seventeen to eighteen and the it's not just minor characters the percentage of major your female characters grew from forty percent to forty five percent so that represents progress and i think that these numbers are a direct result of of some of the inclusivity pushes that we've seen over the past couple of years connected to the me too movement. Yeah i mean let's again. Most of these seventy percent of the characters are white so it's not that inclusive -clusive. I think a lot of groups are very underrepresented and behind the camera t._v. Creators writers directors producers et cetera. That's thirty one percent. What are women of versus twenty eight percent so i wouldn't call that a great leap forward <hes> but you know it's something and as usual than the the biggest group in that is producers because for some reason women have always been over represented relatively speaking in that role so yeah ah but still as the director of the center for the study of women in television and film she says for example this is a historic high in terms of women directors twenty a six percent but she says historic high still means men outnumber women three to one certainly is an improvement however we saw some news break this past week week from hollywood reporter an interesting story about what's going on behind the scenes of the crazy rich asians sequels and this is an interesting project because it was such a leap forward for representation in the industry. It was the first all asian cast a major studio movie in twenty five years. The movie did huge box office worldwide and a lot of the stars of the movie have gone on to be cast in other big studio franchises which is how the representation movement is supposed to work. Give people the opportunity they perform and then they get other opportunities so we saw this past week. The writer of the crazy rich asians movie the co writer adel limb. She walked away. Hey from the sequel because warner brothers offered her substantially less money than the co writer of the movie who is a white male and her her rationale and coming forward about this in an interview was that if she can't get parody in salary for the sequel to a hit movie she doesn't think anyone can get parody. If you're a person of color every woman trying to get to the same level as her male white co writer and she didn't give any any specific figures but the starting offers from warner brothers were eight hundred thousand to a million dollars for him and about one hundred ten thousand dollars for her now he's much more experienced experienced writer but this is not the first installment of this and she was credited as a co writer of this original film so i would say that is not a great look doc. <hes> now this co-writer the the the white male peter torelli. I hope i'm pronouncing his name right. Forgive me if not he actually offered to split some of his salary with with her. She said no yeah her argument was that it shouldn't be the co writers responsibility to make up the difference so to speak and that the the person of color or female writer was being treated as what she called soy sauce. Which was you know you have a dash of color to sprinkle on the script and you know you don't recognize this person as bringing their their life history and bringing their perspective in the same way that you value the white male co writer <hes> whether you agree with that or not this is her opinion and it does look pretty bad when you think about the fact that this is not the first movie in the franchise is this is this is them going into the sequels to this movie trying to get the same creative team on board. Warner's had a problem with this. This happened a couple of months ago and they've tried to bring in other writers to <hes> to bring that asian american perspective and they haven't been able to actually went back to this writer to try to get her on board and she wouldn't do it yeah. They seem to be sort of in no particular rush the filmmakers anyway so if you're looking forward to the crazy reg- asians insys sequels planned. You're going to have to wait <hes> whether they can actually figure out how to get themselves out of bad. Look on this one. We'll see thank you thank you. That's matt bellamy editorial director of the hollywood reporter. He joins me this monday. At one thirty on the business. I'm kim masters and this is the hollywood breakdown

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An Interview with UFC Hall of Fame Fighter: Ken Shamrock

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

10:42 min | 3 years ago

An Interview with UFC Hall of Fame Fighter: Ken Shamrock

"He's the godfather mixed martial arts. He's in the u._f._c. hall of fame. He's a w._w._e. Superstar tag team champion founder of the lion's den but most impressive is phenomenal work with troubled youth and young adults. He's a phenomenal human being phenomenal athlete. Please welcome ken. Shamrock can't ken how is life today which beautiful man of above ground and rubbing lines man there is so much to your life. I didn't know where to start start where to stop so i think i've got a really good interview for you and i hope that is a good thing for you. I have to say man so researching researching your life life. One of the most impressive things that i saw was your cat talk man. He just blew me away right so i feel like of all your achievements and there are so so many the fact that you lived past the age of ten might be your biggest achievement that you've ever had i mean it's amazing that you're still here with us. There's no question <hes> it was definitely touching. Goal a lot of times there were times where i was drug across the cement because my <hes> <hes> biological mother was running from an attacker <hes> so there was a lot of things i remember when i was younger that you know could have turned got a whole lot different yemen and the way that you see kids in your approach that ted talk it kind of blew me away because i see a lot of ted talks and i always feel like some of them are very starchy. They're very kind of robotic. I feel like yours was one of the very few that came from the heart yeah because i think a lot of times when those ted talks happen. It's a lot of guys that are involved science or or or or something that doesn't have that ah emotional touch to it 'cause it's a business it's more of it doesn't have to be but most obits a lot of business and science yeah and i completely i agree with that and i know you've been down this road a million times. You've been asa million times. If it's a problem i can we can move past it but for those listening winging for those very few that don't know your life story early on just talk about your childhood very briefly. I know you've been down this road before and i i hate to ask you this but for those who who are not familiar with it. I think they kind of need to hear a little bit from you about what you went through growing up yeah when i was young i had a biological. Let's go mom. <hes> didn't know my father <hes> pretty much <hes>. She was a go go dancer. We pretty much raised ourselves at two older brothers. We were all a year apart. We're probably about five years old. This time and we were left home a lot. We were didn't have a lot of food so we would still food trash can that we're next door neighbors or or we we were still broken toys that were thrown away but we also learn how to fight at a young age because at the time we were five six seven there was constant war <hes> with racial tension and things that where we lived at so we were always fighting <hes> and it wasn't the same as what people think it is when you talk about kids that young fighting. There's you know or even adults and teenagers. They could care less the age they still would just kick in the head and move on so it was it was rough but we moved to napa california. When i was about nine eight years old eight nine years old <hes> went down there. It was all predominantly white. I didn't fit in there because the way i talked way acted so i was constantly fighting. There got stab <hes> <hes> when i was ten years old it was there for a little while they got wrong into the wrong. Group of people started fighting along got stabbed strong robbery ended up in juvenile. <music> hall woke up in the hospital with handcuffs on from that day forward. I became awarded the court that means that <hes> the judge and the probation officer became my parents put me into placement. I went to several placements ran away from those placements. <hes> ended up in chaumont boys home and that's where i really learned. You know how to direct my anger into something positive. He's he <hes> he put me into sports like football and wrestling be able because i was really angry so he helped me direct that anger into something positive of course. I started feeling good about myself. Because i was relevant i was taking that anger and i put it out the football field wrestling mat and i was getting praised for it so all of a sudden now i became popular rose dating cheerleaders and all of a sudden my life had changed and then <hes> i broke broke my neck by senior year. After all that stuff i went through and i thought things were going well. It's gonna get a scholarship in college and it it ended that day. When i broke my neck and i was told all the never play contact sports again well. I decided what my dad said. He can give later found to get up to do something about it. I decided to do something about it. Started chaining working out with played linebacker in college all american <hes> and they had a chance to go to pro wrestling pro wrestling ended up in japan <hes> japan. I ended up in pancras so i started doing some fighting over pancras. <hes> started doing well. It became a world champion. U._f._c. came around jumped in the u._s. A year later i'm world champion in japan japan and the u._f._c. yeah. That's pretty amazing because i don't think i could have said that in an hour but i have to say this might be the understatement into the year but is it safe to say that bob shamrock is an amazing human being he s he helped over three hundred boys and a lot of it had in a lot of had to do with it that he wasn't just housing them he he would help them direct their anger into stuff that they loved doing whether it seeing our music whatever was josh he helped them direct that anger and they love doing and i gotta say it. Would it be a little all over the board today. I definitely am going to get into valor became which i am so psyched about but i want to kind of set the stage here so one of the things are one of the many things i really like about you can is that you you you represent courage and sportsmanship in class and i feel like when i see the or even sometimes it w._w._f. I see things whether it's the internet or i see things whatever i don't know man like it's just too awfully cringe-worthy. When you see the amount of killing you're all about kids which i absolutely really love along with what you've done in your life but when i see some of these guys were supposed to be doing the right thing supposed to be setting the stage in the example for these kids man. Some of the stuff is cringe-worthy and i'm not going to get into names that three people under the bus but what i love about being you live what you said like you were. You're excuse the expression bullshit yeah. I like to think that i'm not perfect. Obviously i've had my issue but i always try to <hes> try to do the right thing you know and so <hes> that's something that my father had taught me you know <hes> got wonderful wife who keeps me grounded because sometimes with the business that i'm in you can get a big head so i got a great wife next to me. That keeps me grounded. What did i got a good family and <hes> i'm really blessed in that sense but at the same time you wanna be able to do more. I feel like the more popular it could become the more money that i can make the more that i can help. Somebody fulfill their dreams like or decay. I am so excited because because i get to be able to go back to what i fell in love with but to be able to help other firefighters be able to achieve their dreams when when i was going to get to valerie came one second but i have to say man the one thing about valor b. k. and i'll say this right now when i i said okay okay bare knuckle boxing boxy. I'm like oh boy. I'm a little concerned but when i did my research i heard some of your interviews. Maybe this is a bad analogy but maybe you can inform me on this. I i almost like rugby compared to the n._f._l. Right in the n._f._l. They were pads. They wear in the concussion rate. The after effects are awful but you look at the australian in rugby league's man. It's like those stats are way down. I don't know if that's comparable to a lot of valor bouquets about but i it seems somewhat similar right. It's a very pure form. Well let me tell you this. They don't wear helmets right. They got one that. I have faced so they don't they don't <music>. Hey they're not gonna hit you hard with their head. They still with the head right but they don't come leading with going hard so yeah similar because with fighting the idea is how many times you get punched in the head hard you get. I mean somebody gets up cases but the majority of the punch isn't about how hard you get hit. It's about how many times as you get hit right. It's so with bare knuckle man. The punches are effective. It's a fast paced fight. There's only three rounds and so you're minimizing the amount of damage a._m. Is just going to happen to your brain. May not damage to your skin or your nose and your jaw will minimize damage to you're not going to say can i. I was watching a heavyweight fight on fox and i had the boxer on. He was a really class act good guy but i think they set a record for punches thrown as a heavyweight match. It was an unorthodox of twelve hundred like there's no way that that doesn't have a side effect moving forward. That's a lot of punches to absorb over it. You know an hour our period or an hour and a half right and listen. They praised them for that all what a tremendous round h over twelve hundred over twelve hundred reproaches. You're like concern as yes. Yes yes so so. I'm coming back this. I so psyched about this about this new the bare knuckle boxing. We've been talking about it like crazy on the podcast. I wanna talk about vince torelli so you had to try out or was it dark match. I should say an eighty nine with barry horowitz. Why did the w._w._f. Sign you then like you're clearly talented. You're clearly have the ability why wasn't this. Let's get this guy going right now well if they would've been. I would've probably been a lifer and what have been <hes>. You no definitely done very well because i did. I did have the skills and i had the talent <hes> but for whatever reason i i don't know i thought in those guys they could see talent all that clearly. When i worked with barry horowitz they could see i a- talent even though i was only a year only had a year of experience and i'm sure they clearly could see that there was talent there for whatever reason they never picked me off.

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"torelli" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

11:08 min | 3 years ago

"torelli" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"And i think this is why goals are so useful. Goals aren't like goals are so arbitrary and actually not that important. You're only satisfied when you hit your goals for like ten minutes until you want the next day that great quote in in madman happiness is the moment before you want more happy's and it's like the same thing when you hit a goal. It's like you're happy for like intermittently and then you want the next goal but what the goal allows you to do right if you like i wanna be i wanna run a goal to complete a triathlon in under three hours okay so it wasn't that like like this would. This is totally arbitrary like nobody in the world cares. If i completed tracks on three hours i don't get any benefit from it like it. Just doesn't matter at all but at the same time every everyday when i got up and went training or sign up for the events around with doing my whole thing and i would track my workouts and i would measure my speed. It was fun. It became a game. It was like you know what gets measured gets managed so i would start to measure all of my results in of like how fast can i write run and i bike fascinate transition from the run from the swim to the by-catch. How can i buy a faster bike that does this new thing or biking is different positions. Will everything became a game and everything became measured. It's measuring the things is really important because it allows you to keep track which allows you to see progress which probably released to some hormones that makes you more excited by <unk>. Help meaner entertained. Whatever in any field progress you get excited about something so anything gamified is a great thing to do and sometimes in the morning like i said when i'm like stressed or have a lot of things i wanna do in a short period of time. I don't stress about at all. I just make it a game. I like today i. I knew i had no time in the morning. Check things under the give myself five five minutes to check email and social media which is not a lot of time five minutes really not allow time what else let me do it in three and i got off today at four but i goes cool you know so instead of stressing like god. I have so much to do with five minutes. I can't do it all. I'm like. Let me just see if i can do it in four instead of five so it was fun for me because my mindset while i'm looking at things checking email on responded my team. You'll message on skype about a video. We're trying to release whatever wasn't like oh my gosh i have so much to do. I've podcast. I gotta i wanna get on a run and take a shower and all the stuff <unk> so then it became fun for me and i've tried to do that. I tried to approach that like sort of playful approach two things in life and it makes even longer blocks of time more exciting as well. I did it on the micro scale. I think you can do it in the big things as well for me. It's it's been really made things enjoyable that would seemingly be stressful or born when you mentioned about your time with triathlon and trying to get each one of those incremental improvements. It made me think back. I i think it was around the u._k. Biking team are you familiar with this at all what they did know their coach came off to send you the <hes> the article research on this and he basically tried to get incremental improvements in every aspect they do releasing grams of weight off the bike improving overall sleep improving hydration within two years. They won three straight. I think <hes> <hes> national championships or world championships and it was about those little tiny things so. I think you'd appreciate that we're gonna talk about conscious poker minute. I'm interested. Are there other things. I know you're immersive immersive type of person but things that someone who maybe isn't immersive can do are there certain books other resources. You enjoy consuming. Oh man <hes> i'm from big question. I'm not sure i have something off the top of my head. I've actually recently tried to declutter a little bit because i feel like there's this it kind of push. I see happening in culture today to optimize time for example you go to the gym and and while you're at the gym you listen to a podcast but so that you can you know instead of listening to music. It's more like like right. It's higher expectation. It's more productive. Let's let's measure without metric rick those new podcast you can do to if you have a great workout while you're listening to a podcast not only that you're gonna listen to it at like one point. Two five or one point five x speed depending on how fast they talk me committee want by two five something like that right so you're like okay. I'm gonna cram these multitasking activities into one thing right or it's like you know while you're doing one thing you're doing another thing or beams not multitasking. You're trying to optimize every spare time you have and so what i've tried to do is declawed her a little bit and have a little bit less noise in my realized i'd like to take your maybe unpopular opinion on this one because there's so many resources out there for people that are like this is more content more content more content wash this all of this think that emulate this whereas i feel like allowing more space to do things while you're actually doing them and have not have noise is a better place to create ideas especially. If you are an idea i invite your your idea person of your company or your business or an entrepreneur. You have a new idea for me. It's about not having noise so i actually ashley like to take a walk while taking a walk or for example one of the <unk> married in one of the things that is like my responsibility of houses the dishes and i used the lament doing the dishes so obviously i made it a game and i tried to do it as fast as possible. I did ask but actually it was like always listening to podcasts by do it so i would take twenty minutes. It's put everything away in whatever <unk> meticulously go input podcast in do the dishes are now actually just try and block out that time and look at that time to sort. I like to call it meditation because it has connotations but just like let your mind wander and observe your ideas. Sometimes i get great ideas while on a walk doing nothing or doing the dishes or whatever actually got an idea to improve <hes> these thermoses that you see everybody cheering around by all these hydrophobic. Everybody has a frigging thermos. I got my idea era for how to improve it. I won't say what it is but what i was like this happened because i wasn't listening to podcasts wasn't consuming other content. If i've tried without more time in my life i think because they're always stimulated by something when you're not stimulated your boards you're checking your phone and media so even those little moments those little interactions where you know a common one is you're at a restaurant. You're on a date with a friend they go to the bathroom. Check your because you don't want to be bored for the <music> six minutes four minutes when you're in between bites food and someone goes to the restroom but instead of actually just try and i don't do this all the time not like some yoga master but i just try and look around at like listens one other people are doing or saying or watching an inexperienced things and try and be more like present to have these your your time for your subconscious <unk> radio ideas that you don't have not get suppressed throughout the day so that's kind of my take on it. No i mean unbelievable advice. It's so funny i actually i'm the dish guys as well and i was doing the exact same thing but no more podcasts or consuming content at the time and i just let my mind drift and it is unbelievable from the ideas that come. It's it's funny. I finished up a multi hour meeting with mentor the other day much wiser much older and his final parting words were make sure you give yourself time to think because it's so vital so i loved that that combination there that meeting conscious poker if there is someone who's interested in getting into poker guys have some unbelievable unbelievable free content. What can someone expect to when they come to sight. See some your videos and in what could be the next level of getting involved with you base for that <hes> sure so the first start i guess the most captivating places part with the way most people come to know me as through youtube videos every week <unk> youtube dot com slash conscious the focus and put out new strategy videos every week anything from mindset lifestyle strategy question than answers haven't asked calixto capacity questions about ogre answer those in video so it we also reviewed the most interesting hands that are happening around the world so we recently just released a series of hands all all from two thousand nineteen wsb demand. All the biggest hands from the main events are on youtube with my analysis and it's all free so that's a great place to start subscribe to youtube check that elsa have a personal youtube share lessons. I learned in poker that apply to life business in that said alec torelli so all the conscious poker socials and website eight is all the poker strategy side of things whereas alex rallies all the personal side of things where you can learn things i learned so it depends on what social people you want follow or what you're looking for for me. I would say check out the website concert. There's like that's a little bit more next level where there's in-depth blogs about cash game poker thaddeus or tournament poker strategy or specific things like sizing your bets accordingly when you're playing which is super important but something that people don't generally get right now for people looking for that next level. We do have a membership <unk>. We have a free weight with free hand reading system which download for free on the site entry email that will will send an email with that as long as the ellison follow up content that that some of our best <hes> and then we have a membership <unk> poker as well which is a monthly membership ship where you get new strategy videos every week and again. It's it's pine that pay whilst with more in depth stuff where i used poker programs <unk> people how to study like the pros i show people the review exercise is it that i'm doing after a game a with courses in there. We have a private facebook group and we have a monthly group coaching call with me so every month. I host everybody. We just had it yesterday on a group coaching call they literally. I'll review hands that i play that i don't share anywhere else like that. I played during the world series of poker main events. I documented ended all my hands and i released in the membership and then i open it up to questions so if you could ask me questions about why i did what i did and i also review other people's hands so i'll take people's people's hands that are in the membership and review them and they can ask questions on it about back in any other subject so there's there's quite a bit there <hes> on on both the conscious program alex riley social website so check it out for me alex if they didn't know if you had a lot going on they just understood that without a doubt i i love the amount of content you you provide it. Truly is resourceful not only for poker players but how to navigate life problems issues things of that nature. I really do appreciate it. I really thank you for joining us on. What got you there. I know everyone got a ton of value out of this one. Thank you guys appreciate you having me and <hes> thanks for listening. You guys made it to the end of another episode of what got got you there. I hope you guys enjoyed it. I really do appreciate you taking the time to listen all the way through. If you found value in this the best way you can support the show is.

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"torelli" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

11:47 min | 3 years ago

"torelli" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"A professional poker player to to try to navigate life for everyone who's not a professional poker player and use some of the tactics and strategies but you just finished up the world series of poker. What was that like. I mean i've been playing poker for fifteen years. Sixteen years and you know no matter what you you do in poke. Check off your bucket list. There's something about the inner sixteen year old inside of me is still captivated by this dream of the world elsa poker and it's kind of like the one thing that i would love to do in poker is make a deep run at the main event specifically not a side tournament because that's not what i grew up watching coaching. That's not what captivated me about poker not what created ochre boom. It's about that main event and so i'm inspired by that every year like sometimes you get burnt out from poker you. It's a zero sum game. It's it's requires a lot to compete at a high level mentally and physically but every time every year you know world series boca time i get inspired tired and even more inspired <unk> really because for so many years i skipped it because i was out in macau playing high stakes cash games because there's so much opportunity there that it was was actually would have hurt me. Actually go play the world series even though that was still something that was fun so i missed it for four five years <hes> and so the last two two years. I've been going out there and it's amazing. You know there's a mixture of coaching which i really lucky to get the coach different people that find from you know coming from everywhere. It's like the melting pot. Everybody goes to vegas during the summer for the world series so there's all these people that come biggest event of the year <hes> there's an energy there and it's it's. It's exciting to be art so you mentioned that energy almost thinking about <hes> an n._f._l. Player entering the super bowl where it's so difficult to not get caught up in all that buzz. So how do you maintain just a level head coming into a huge event like that. That's a great question and some of it some of the experience it's easier now having played the event many times or having having been fortunate to play on television or make final tables. You know when you get acclimated to something. Even though it's a stressful situation you get used to it right. Just like your body can use the working out or anything anything like that. You know being on stage first time this frightening terrifying than you do a couple of times just like okay. The world didn't end there wasn't a meltdown and i'm okay so that helps but i know that that's not a great answer for people that are looking for their first time but one of the things that i always tell a firing players people respond to me or if you bump coaching in poker occur is always just like don't do something new on game day like don't buy a new era sneakers or change your diet on race day like do what got you there like. There's a reason that you're playing in this event right. Maybe you qualified <hes>. Maybe you prove that you're good enough made you saved up money. You worked hard. You beat the competition petition so there's a reason that you're you're here right. You're you're there to compete with the other people so do what got you there. Play your game. The reality is ninety. Nine percent of the people are gonna lose. There's only one winner and ten percent of the people make money but most people loots and so you're gonna lose anyway your favorite to lose anyway. You might as well go out swinging. No go out out on your own terms. Go out with no regrets. No trust your gut play your game. Trust your instincts and just like you know enjoy the experience as hard as i say hey it's just about like living in the moment and and <hes> and taking it all in so i think that's something that i wish i did more like in the first events is that i played but i got used to it and that's that's helped me on my on my journey yet. I mean that advice about not changing things up on game day so i come from sports background and and certain time right game they would come to eat something totally different you uniform and it's like why the heck was i doing that. It was so negative in terms of my overall results so i'm thinking what is it like prepping for huge event like this. I'm even interested to dive deep on your weeks leading up to how do you prepare for the magnitude of the w. u._s._o. Pig yeah so it's funny actually put together. A content called had to prepare for the w._p._n. It's like a ten page blog post twenty minute video l. like i just put out everything ideas so if you want more content you can look that up on youtube or conscious oprah dot com. It's out there like hey. It's wild land because you know you lock is where preparations opportunity right so the old great quote by seneca and it's like you don't know what you're going to get so you're putting all this prep work to be in the best physical condition possible because it's twelve thirteen hour days of sitting at a table and you have to be physically fit right because you have to be your body has to be able to handle it then. You have to be mentally sharp. Your diet has on point. You have to be your workouts. You have to do your like for me. It's about doing meditation and like making sure my mind and is there because you're only making decisions for like what twenty thirty minutes a day it's like golf you golf eighteen rounds my mental once you gulf eighteen rounds and how how often are you swinging the club ten twenty thirty minutes but what are you doing the other four hours six hours time. That's up here in your head so i'm preparing as much mentally as physically right so you're doing all this prep work. It's so those are some of the things that i'm i'm focused on my diet a <hes> exercise my meditation obviously all the study right. You're studying for all these different situations that you couldn't counter. Maybe you face a situation where you're you're the one with all the chips and so the strategy is a it's a completely different strategy than if you're the one with no chips right and then you have to have strategies for different stages of the tournament the tournament ten days long and as you can imagine the strategy changes intensely with each day that goes on and so you're preparing for these his infinite possibilities infinite situations right whether you're playing against good players are bad players and so there's this endless amounts of strategy to prepare for it and doing it all knowing that one bad hand you know one mistake or maybe not even mistake warm. Turn of the card can end everything for and so but you know that all you can do. You can't control the hand. You're dealt only how you play the cards so you know that all you can do is focused on playing the hand the best way possible you're putting in these months of preparation for this one moment that could end the something completely beyond your control and it happened to me last year. I don't wanna complain about luck but i i had two aces went. All in someone else had as king ninety two percent to win and be the leader and i lose the hand and those months of this prep-work are now just gone second and so it's it's this constant mental battle to to know that you know focused on what you can control forget about about the rest you know focused on how to play the hand. Don't worry about what cards you're dealt and if you are lucky and you have that prepped than good things will happen. You have to keep putting yourself in that. It's fun and i think that's the name of the game in poker but also to a large extent as well the i mean. I'm listening to this and i'm not a pro poker player. I'm like oh my gosh the amount of variables you have have to deal with obviously this is your domain expertise so is it about compartmentalization in terms of just figuring out what you need to concentrate on those specific moments you mentioned the ten days the twelve hour days along that journey. I mean that was about breaking things down into smaller components. Yes they're just kind of puts perspective active on variables. I'm if you actually shuffle a deck of cards and deal and you you deal it out. They don't know because nobody can prove this but they actually. I expect it's actually very extremely improbable that two decks have been shuffled the same way so if you look at all fifty two cards distribution and how they line up it's actually almost impossible that there has been exactly the same to fifty card shifted to guard distribution so many possibilities there aren't <unk> writes in the history of the world. There's probably never been a deck. That's been shuffled the same so you're preparing for the impossible right but there are certain things like that so you can focus on right. It's kind of like eighty twenty principle right eighty percent of things come from twenty percent of the influence or you wear twenty percent of your clothes eighty percent of the time and so it's similar learn poker where ten or twenty percent of the situations happen eighty or ninety percent of the time and so you're preparing for those for example what to do with your first two cards hearts. That's a decision. You have to make every single hand right. It's kind of like someone pitching you. An idea and you have to go to that next step so you might not go to the a stage where you're actually series. Be raising money. That only happens if you get deep into the hand so to speak but some pitching idea is something that happens every single time you're gonna make making investment right or evaluating company deciding whether you want to buy stock happens every single so you prepare for the situations that happen the most often and then the more experience you have the more you're prepared for circumstances. That never happened so if you watch a good performer were good at person on improv they could be in front of an audience and of course. They don't know what's gonna happen. They've they've never simulated this audience or this interaction or this comic but they know the essence of comedy they know how to engage with people in rita need a crowd at an entertaining so they could be in a new situation that they've never prepared for and still perform better than everybody else remember. You don't have to be perfect. You'd he's got to be better than your competition. So if you're excellent at poker in your excellent playing cards new understand math and logic and game theory and you create a new game you know the person person is the best with those fundamentals is going to be better just like an athlete if you're an amazing amazing sprinter incredible strength and amazing endurance and we create a new sport because going to be better that guy or the obese right so if you're just prepared for everything in terms of the essence of the math the logic the psychology game theory. You're going be better equipped to handle any situation. Comes up and that's sort of what you do. This is making me think of <hes> scott adams the creator of dilbert he talks about skill stacking and it's very difficult to be the number one of the world at something but if you mean the top five ten percent across two or three different domains then you can become the best in the world at that collected so so i'm interested for you personally. What are those big skills. You think you're probably in the top five percent and then you've just combo d- that's a great question so i actually don't think think that i'm you know i'm not the best at anything definitely not <hes>. My math is is good. It's it's it's not world class. I mean it's is good but it's like there's some people that are like the germans or the russians that are just unbelievable they could just they're like computers with the mass <hes> but my thing might like everyone has their one skillset kinda car you know if you have a huge big expedition you know it doesn't get great gas mileage but it can store a bunch of stuff but if you have a ferrari harari <hes> i it drives very fast but it can't do with the expedition does right so everybody in poker and you'll see this in other sports too like a center in basketball is different than a point guard if different skills but they're both great players and so in poker everyone has sort of different forte and be good at everything. You can't have debilitating weaknesses. You're never gonna unreached top but it's really about doubling down on your strengths and a lot of people focus too much energy on overcoming their weaknesses but i think in life and in poker you're the want to accede. It's about doubling doubling down on what actually you are great. I'm so what i don't wanna i don't i don't wanna come across arrogant if i think what people tell me that i think i'm good in poker is just the psychology and understanding people so where i think i i find edges in the game is i..

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"torelli" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:06 min | 3 years ago

"torelli" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Don't worry. He's been fixed. Welcome back to Steve DALE'S pet. The amazing war of Monaco Torelli is in the studio now, and you know, I wanna talk with you about dog bite prevention because numbers are bantered all about we don't know how many dog bites Sarah because many of them most of them happen within families and some of those aren't reported. So we don't know for sure how many there are. But the insurance companies now say there are fewer than the word just a couple of years ago. So that's good news. So the communications seems to be working. So let's do dog bite prevention one on one because it does happen when it happens. Everybody loses clearly the person who gets bitten loses. And of course, the dog may lose his or her life. So we don't want this to happen. So when it comes to dog bite prevention what for you is the number one role, but thanks for having me back and such a important topic. And what you. You launch off with with saying. Like, Dr prevention education, one one that's my launching point when I work with families that have a new puppy rescue dog and adults or adult dog is my first tip is let's double back and start about the importance of canine communication education. Because when we hear that the bite came out of the blue. We didn't see any warning signs. The average dog owner isn't skilled like you. And I are read the subtleties. And that's my launching point is let's circle back. And let's talk about dog body language and how to read it. And that's that's where I kick off from. So I know fear free happy homes as one website that has all these images of dogs, and you see what anxious dogs look like. So for example, the ears are back in the dog yawns. A couple of times the tail is still wagging wagging wagging really fast match, and is pointed a bit up or straight out. So what's that vertical? I'm not sure of my horizontal whatever pointed straight out, but going back and forth. People will say well, the dogs maybe a little tired and the dog is happy because the tail's wagging. So explain what I just actually described right to me. I would throw the label of a highly aroused dog. I call it the rattlesnake tail position that wedding tale. Doesn't mean a comfortable. They're happy dogs. So we've seen dogs at a high stress level whose tail placement is in the position that you described L, call rattlesnake tailored way to swings up. And sometimes if we close enough, you might actually see the muscles around the anal area pushed out or protruding as their body Tensing, and we see the whole body muscles becoming increasingly tense. So as tale becomes more Iraq's and or wags at a faster speed. It depends what the rest of the body language is telling us, and if I see the muscles around the anal area also pushed out that's another tell the dog is at a higher stress level. Do you ever approach if you don't know the dog a dog I'm talking about children mostly, but even Dulce without asking? I should I pet this dog. I do an incompatible behavior when I see dogs on. The streets of Chicago or at conferences, where they're my friends or colleagues or conference guests dogs. I'll put my hands in my pockets. So I'm not magnetized one at touch adorable dog because I have learned being a dog lover and having dogs in our home. Please don't do direct approach on me, and my dogs because you don't know my dog, and I would like to think that my dog would enjoy various person approaching, but I will put my hand out say hi, stop DO NOT APPROACH my dog and let my dog tell me if he wants to say hi to you. And you know, what you said is so incredibly important most bites can be prevented, and and the tips that we're giving and they're just a few because there are many more tips. We just don't have time for and one of them that I want to talk about is. It's my dog. I know it'll be fine. When you go into another room, you leave a toddler with that dog or for that matter. Cat. Pet bird even if the bird is out of the cage, even if the birds at the cage because I don't know what the child is going to do poking a finger in, you know, do you never ever ever leave a young child alone with a pet? My advice to my clients is to always have careful management strategies in place and never leave their baby toddler or young child unsupervised with their dog. Because you just never know what's going to happen. And that's where we hear the parents say I just turned around to walk out of the room to grab a diaper, and then I heard a growl cry.

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"torelli" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"torelli" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Hello there. Glorious sporting carnage wild unpredictability this week is plenty of that. That's just these two Gulf before we even get all you're talking about how to the league got Europa believed to get into as well with awesome, and Chelsea progressing, but we have to start with pita Walton and sid low in the house at lustrous company. And the reason we brought them is to get into the aftermath of city and Spurs. They think it's all VAR son, summing it up very nicely. Financier? You're center stage, of course, his hotly disputed win. It did it come off the arm well on the post game at saying I support via but maybe from one angle and under your teeth goal is Hamble maybe from the referees angle. Eight is not former Spanish referee. It's a rally Gonzales who's very busy on Spanish TV as a pundit had this to say it hit. His hand. I then he's hip and the instructions Eclair you can't score. If it hits you hand. Even if it's involuntary it doesn't matter if the elbow is trying to the body it happens to a defender, it's not a penalty. But it's an attack asked to be disallowed resent. He has told the referees. They didn't play the referee Sakir the view from behind where you can see hits the elbow the era from the is not showing the two key images Manchester City out because the VA wasn't used properly. Remember, that's four Spanish referee. Torelli Gonzales got McCarthy with a Q in one of those QA sessions where he owns is own questions on the subject to why the referees. Didn't get the angle that Sakir realizes soon as he sold the replays that the bowl strictly Laurence's arm..

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"torelli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"torelli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Goes Backstrom to the rate of year. And this one is one my stamkos Torelli sweeps down on his back down the near side only through the ice. Carlson another rush had been feedbacks from the center. Niklas Backstrom of the red line cuts across the blue line right point is because nets off across as past the flexible veteran left circle puppet of the near corner. Mcdonagh reads, it blocks it trying to find a little lean to get it out feeds turn act in the near corner. Short pass for Anthony, Sara Lee drill it down the near side of the five minutes left in the first landing trail this game to nothing in the PK for another one. Oh, five John Carlson to center ice dishes. Four Niklas Backstrom. We all again, cradle it to the red line flip. It in Kellyanne knocks it away for podcast. He got it out of the zone to center ice. Andy Patterson, a left-wing to onto across shorthand and left circle. He's bumped off Ovechkin but he did get it down the ice cat loses. His stick of skin, spins it, out to Backstrom, etc. Is back into the lightning zone. Right point. Right. Super Kuznetzov cross as Ovechkin cradles. It left point. L? Hammered cross as for coups debts, operate circle thirty three in the penalty. Centerpoint Carlson of circle though of Atkin protects it Rams at by. That's gonna pinball because that's right circle. Centerpoint Carlson back for Kuznetsov, right circle. Twenty-three in the penalty right corner. It is Backstrom right circle of getting because data. Looking things over because nets off tweets at point Carlson, shoot score afloat or I'm not sure if that was tipped or not. It may have been Osias goal again in front. We'll see it's three nothing though power play goal for the caps. Yeah. Oh, she tip that..

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"torelli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"torelli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"But you know, speaking of dry several lightning scores were hitting the dry spell for a little bit. Tyler Johnson, no goal since December twenty ninth. The Anthony Sara Lee no goals since December the thirteenth and JT Miller just one goal since December twenty first. So it's great to see the secondary scoring just as people were starting to get a little Lansing. Go. Where are these guys? It was good to see them come through. And it wasn't just like these Dink dank tic TAC toe kind of goals they had to work hard for each and every goal that they got tonight and Johnny gets a key goal in the third period. JT Miller gets the game winner. What a turn of events with the shorthanded goal by Anthony Torelli as well and the lightning do pull away with victory tonight five to four your final. And you know, after the previous couple of games, you're like, well, okay. It's a point. And there are some good things here, and it's against Western Conference teams. So we don't get upset. But when you're facing a team like the penguins who have not played well over the last few weeks who are struggling to stay in the playoff picture. In fact, if the playoffs were to start today, I hate using that phrase because they don't start today. But if it would be lightning and penguins in first round. So you know, here's a team in Pittsburgh. That's got a lot of pride. They're trying to get it all together a very gutsy win for the. Lightening tonight. Good that some guys got off the shied and cheap. It wasn't necessarily the prettiest of games here. But in the end, they find a way to win here. And you hope that maybe some old bad habits get worked out along the way heading into tomorrow's game in sunrise, who's fun to watch though. Yeah. It was. I mean, there's a little more physical action than we've seen normally. And I saw some guys get a little upset. I for me. I wanna see that.

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"torelli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"torelli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Brought a lot of pressure on their four check since the point. Absolutely. They're sitting two guys reading on them. Varas and pocket. And it's kind of a tie up. Paquette is able to grab a good work by Chernick kind of tying up. I believe as was along the far board not allowed pocket to grab it. And sweep it down the ice. Here's Morgan Riley out center, dropping it from Arner reels it in walks to center was cross as cadre Nazem Kadri at the red lion dishes, four Morgan Riley. Now, it's more of the middle Matthews. Fumbled a bit still got it across the light slows them up with a body, Jack. But it's grabbed by cadre feed Morgan Riley, centerpoint Riley in the power play. Circum Arner whips a shot. Rebound riot's gonna hold the Senate. The left point nice little feed cadre high slot cadre, right circle. Martyr martyr dishes at centerpoint Morgan Riley leaves on the power play here, right circle smarter. A little fee tic TAC toe pass to Varas tried from the side of the net. Senate Friday got blocked corn trying to clear, but it's usually kept by Morgan Riley left point minute to go on the power play. Here's Matthews left circle centers. Tomorrow say made in the rebound powdery had an open net. But the puck bounced off his stick break for the lightning Torelli clears it down the length of the ice soy. You're next been great tonight. So far, he's been really good gardener. Another rush. This is it for knee. Lander the middle at center, ice and Johnson across the bull liners Neil to write cycles shot a wide right at just followed him right into the offense zone. Johnson. Loved Cornell obstacle cabinet point Jay Gardner of circle cabinet because Barry cabinet back for Gardner left point twenty eight in the penalty right knee lender. My circle cabinet. Drops it left point Jay Gardner. Asni Neulander right circle shooting that got deflected over that reading a cabinet and left corner. Gas cabinet left circle of point Gardner, fourteen of the penalty of cigarettes cabinet cabinet, holding back for Gardner left point. Here's knee Lander, right circle. You Lander little feed Marlow at the side of the net. Puck he tried to center at and it got pinball away by pocket down the ice. And the penalty is up to the lightning got through that kill officially only one shot for Toronto.

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"torelli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"torelli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Sense of urgency on this one place and desperate hockey down trailing by two goals hurdle and point to the left of Jones. And it's one of the sharks burns clears. Last loves you'll put it on a tee for Victor had been lady ski right to left in the third heaven wheels to center ice drops it for us. Go over to get in it's own and now to center ice kucherov across blood stamkos. What point center point headman the point? Stamkos right circle Andrei plot. Right. Turku drop in front point shoot. Save made by Jones rebound cleared by burns. Don't be waiting for the ice. Good setup for point Jones. The stop. Edmund stamkos at center deflects it in burns rip it out and you will the neutral zone. Kucherov quick up the middle plot. One seventeen left in the penalty factor. Kucherov dances across the blue line, right point, braided point, right circle. Kucherov. Plot feet in front shop the wide. Let me was covered rebound. Stamkos left corner. Processed food drive, right circle. Travis checked noca- Carlson steel and a clear down. The goes good row. Pursues us. He comes out to top it away to headman fifty four seconds left in the penalty, yellow debris point up the left wing to the red line. Now. Sweeps. It crossed Torelli right wing cross as for stamp goes or Carlson as I before his own charts doing a very solid job in his penalty. Kill heaven is pressured by Maier goes back by his own that thirty four seconds left in the penalty. There's Tyler Johnson off the bench marching the center. Drops it for Certa Javan now. Yanni gorge dangerous passback research adds to away my Sorenson. It goes out of play twenty four seconds left in what has been a pretty quiet lighting powerplay, so far they trail four to ten thirty seven hundred eighty. Yeah. Their best chance has come from. Brayden point and Kita kucherov.

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"torelli" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"torelli" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Pushed it across grizzly fires and that one. Torelli out of a scramble dot call courtesy of NBC. The Bruins beat the Blackhawks four to to the Knicks fall to the nuggets one fifteen one away. That's check a sports. I'm John buzzsaw. Toy for eight ten one three one WG one. Sucking Kelly shepherd sitting in for shock. Okay. So we have a mega millions winner. Yes. We do in New York. Down. This was down in long. Ticket for four hundred twenty five million dollars was sold at the Brookville auto service shop in Glen head not sure that is an auto shop that seems a place to buy a lottery ticket there is that billion dollar winning ticket that was sold back in October. No one's claimed that yes. You know? I was wondering about that. It's like either the person is really scared to come forward and be identified or can you imagine if they lost ticket? It was sold in South Carolina. So it's not like it's anybody around here. But yeah, they say that, you know, take your time coming forward, but that was in October. Yeah. That's crazy. Oh, what if they figure out this person actually through the take it away? And what points that money go back into the money? Go back into the pool. Dairies? I I want wanna say I want. I'm probably wrong. Correct me if I am, but I want to say something like six months there is a finite. Time period at the end of which time it does money does come back. Yeah. So those that that was the last time they had a jackpot winner was knocked over one point five billion dollars remembered that you tend to notice. We were all buying tickets. I I didn't I didn't even know how to buy it. Again. I said line three times. I couldn't get the part right to select the numbers also charity donations people who donate to charity. They found that people who make more money, but people who make over six figures are more likely to donate to charity, if they feel like they're in control of how the money is spent I can see that. I can see I can see wanting. No, if you have that kind of money to donate figuring that you're donating a large amount that you would like to know where it goes. And then it's going to be used for I suppose, I just know that I support the specific charity if we give it WG white Christmas wish which I do I know that we support all these hundred charity. Exactly. And I don't care if you know, for example, I don't care if the wildwoods program spent on a karaoke machine or something else I trust that they're going to use it for good because we've vetted all those cherries. So if I'm going to support no, maybe mohawk Hudson humane society, I don't care whether they buy dog food or they buy blankets. I think they do good work. So it seems like I don't feel it. I should have any say in how they spend the money. Unless I'm leaving like a giant endowment or something, you know. And then I would like to be able to say, okay. This is how it's gonna work scholarship. These are the criteria that I get. But if he's donating to charity if I'm donating two point three million. I'd like. Saying. I agree with that coming up after the news at eight thirty five read, I'm so sorry urban Meyer, plano, talk a little bit more about that. And Rachel's.

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French minister defends himself over violence of Macron aide

WBZ Afternoon News

02:12 min | 4 years ago

French minister defends himself over violence of Macron aide

"Visit to DC is a big deal and the, White House really needs to. Think it through I think we should be very judicious and who we invite. And place that Imprimis sure of acceptance on so I I would hope the president would keep, that in, mind if we're issuing invitations to foreign leader also, on Fox News New Jersey, democratic Senator, Bob Menendez says President Trump needs to be tougher on. Russia adding the. Possibility of a, Putin visit to the White House is hard. To imagine now we're going to give, him you know a red carpet treatment and then invite him to Washington to me, that's beyond comprehension national intelligence director Dan Coats has said. Without equivocation that Russia. Continues to pose a threat to the American electoral system French authorities have handed preliminary charges to one. Of president, Emmanuel Macron's top security aides after he was captured on video beating a protester in may the assault sparked the first, major political, crisis for. Macron since he, took office last year the video made public. By a local newspaper shows Alexandra Benalla wearing a police helmet at the May Day. Protests as he punches kicks and, tackles the, man he is not, a police officer the judge handed Benalla multiple charges including a. Violence interfering in. The exercise of public office and the unauthorized public display of official insignia for others were also charged Well the search for a missing boater who. Went overboard, and Lake, Michigan yesterday has turned into a recovery mission Johnson Torelli was participating in the Chicago yacht race to mackinac Saturday night when he fell overboard Nick Burien he's with the Chicago yacht club John was wearing a personal flotation device that is. Designed to automatically inflate when it comes in contact with the water the crew members have reported that the life that's did not inflate he says the crew. Through additional flotation devices into the. Water has been reported by the, crew is that he was seeing slipping under the water and unfortunately was not able to reach those devices Dave Packer ABC news WBZ news time for sixteen coming up in a few minutes we'll have the latest on the investigation into the duck boat that capsized and sank in.

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Power eludes Italy's populists, angry over president's veto

Today

02:15 min | 4 years ago

Power eludes Italy's populists, angry over president's veto

"The d upnp sammy wilson said it would be hypocritical for the commons to try to change the lower northern ireland unless the government decided to impose direct rule from westminster he told the bbc you can't pick and choose which parts of direct rule you want italy's political crisis has deepened after the antiestablishment five star movement called for the country's president to be impeached for blocking the appointment of a eurosceptic finance minister five star and the anti immigration league trying to form a populist coalition but it's thought the president may choose a stopgap prime minister later today rim correspondent james reynolds reports there's now a real arguments in italy between the president and the populists it's about this country's position in the european union the populists had wanted to appoint a finance minister who said in the past that italy should prepare to leave the euro president mozzarella veto this appointment he told the pope populists that they couldn't just sleep walk out of the currency that this country helped to create that have to be a proper national debate about i as a stopgap move the head of state's has summoned a former imf economist kudlow co torelli potentially to take over as a nonpopulist prime minister but such an appointment may not lost donald trump has said he sees brilliant potential in north korea and believes that one day it will be a great economic and financial nation mr trump also confirmed that an american team had arrived in north korea to prepare for a possible summit between him and king jump kim jong un as the rebecca reports from seoul this is yet another revelation after several days of surprises on the korean peninsula the us has chosen its former ambassador to south korea to lead its team kim has negotiated with north on previous occasions pyongyang has sent one of its political rising star ars chest in the same official who described the us vice president a stupid just last week the talks will last for several days and are taking place in tom moon john the village within the demilitarized zone between the two koreas the caliber of the.

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