Rec Poker Podcast

Hosted by Steve Fredlund

Steve is a recreational Texas Hold'em tournament player and regular at Running Aces Casino & Racetrack. Unable to find a podcast to improve his game that fit his learning style, he decided to start his own.  After playing with several different formats, he settled in to a weekly release leveraging the knowledge and insight from many of the best players in Minnesota.  The goal of the podcast is to improve the number and quality of players, with the added bonus of getting to know many of the players.  While the first round of interviews spends some time getting into backgrounds, the heart of the podcast will be to provide specific strategic information to help recreational players improve their game.
 
You are invited to engage further by following on Twitter @RecPoker or joining the Facebook group.  You are also welcome to contact Steve directly at stevefredlund@gmail.com.
 
Running Aces is excited to be the official sponsor of the Rec Poker podcast and we are both looking forward to a great partnership.

Current Episode

Episode 102: Strategy Rebuild - Part 10 - Response to Limpers

With opening ranges by position solidified (for early in a tournament with no action in front), Steve now addresses his approach when there are limpers in front of him, and how that changes his action. He shares his initial thoughts, reactions from players, and then his revised approach; trying to balance strategic optimization and ease of implementation.   Steve also takes some time at the end of the podcast to discuss in detail the launch of recpokertraining.com and scheduled events.

Support by following @recpoker, FB group RecPoker and financially through patreon.com/recpoker.


Please consider giving us a like, rating & comment and remember to tell a friend about what we have going; some pretty good free training if I do say so myself.  Email with questions, program ideas, or hand situations - stevefredlund@gmail.com.

Engage in the discussion on the Facebook group and give us your thoughts

 

Recent Episodes

Strategy Build - Playing Style, Deep Stack Size, UTG Range, GTO vs. Exploitative, UTG, GTO Preflop Sources, Berkey on GTO, Opening Ranges in Preservation Phase, Reactions to Opening Ranges
Sheree Bykofsky
Kenna James
Fox & The INinja Resurrection
Craig Casino
Mike Schneider again Part 1 & Part 2
Sara Herring & Vegas Recap
Alec Torelli
James "Splitsuit" Sweeney
Dr. Tricia Cardner
Jordan Young
Gareth James
Jonathan Little Part 1 & Part 2
Matt Berkey Part 1 & Part 2
No Limit Tournament Paradigm
Staking & Investing Plus Tipping
Luck
Post-Flop Bet Sizing
Pre-Flop Bet Sizing At A Loose Table
Adjusting for Fast, Small Buy-In Tournaments
Steve's Running Aces Pot O' Gold Experience
Big Stack End of Day 1 & on Bubble
Big Stack Early & Middle of Tournament
AK In A Weird Spot
KQ Full House Tough Spot
AQ Suited UTG Scenario
A5 Suited Scenario
KQ Suited Scenario
Toughest Spots
Steve's Key Learnings
Small Pocket Pairs
Suited 97 from Jason
Tilt Control
Steve Butchers KJ
AIFA VII Recap
Wearing Sunglasses & Hoodies
Post Flop as a pre-flop caller
Preflop Considerations: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Nearing The Bubble
Jonathan Little Book: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3Part 4, Part 5
Chris Hanson, Jim LeVoir
Kou Vang Interview
Mark Hodge Interview
Q&A with Rec Players
Steve Olson Interview
Hand review 666 on scary board
Hand review AQ button with 3-bet before
Hand review AJ in BB with 2 limpers
Continuation Betting (Rec Discussion)
Brian Soja Interview
Chris "Fox" Wallace Interview
Zach Elwood Interview
Hunter Cichy Interview
Mike Schneider Interview
Jonathan Kim Interview
Aaron Johnson Interview
Jason Seitz Interview
Vlad Revniaga Interview
All-In For Africa VI Recap

All prior episodes are available through iTunes and SoundCloud.


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