Who would you like to see in this podcast thenIs it possible to make recommendations about the interviewees?
Would it be here?
I'm loving the ones I've seen so far!!
very cool!We are pleased to announce that the CardsChat Podcast was released on August 21, 2020!
We will have weekly episodes featuring interviews with professional poker players and questions answered by you, the world's number 1 poker community.
Presented by Robbie Strazynski, Global Poker Award winner (2018 Charity Award Initiative of the Year). Robbie has been active in the poker media scene since 2009, producing popular written, audio, and video content.
In our first podcast, Robbie interviews CardsChat's own ambassador, Jeff Gross.
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Beginning with episode 7, we introduced video with our podcasts. Follow this link: https://www.cardschat.com/forum/general-poker-13/cardschat-poker-podcast-youtube-catch-all-494114/ to access our topic dedicated to the Podcast on YouTube. Don't forget to subscribe to your YouTube channel!
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CardsChat members will have the opportunity to answer their questions on the weekly podcasts. You'll be able to send questions to Robbie, Debi, and Tammy and to our weekly guests. We will cover as many questions as we can each week - submit your questions in this topic: Member Questions for the CardsChat Podcast
Thank you, dear Debi, for this Podcast as well, and I will make up for listening to the ones I missed so far. 😏
In response to your reminder, please: do not forget to specify the deadline by which we can ask questions.Just a reminder as this is very important now.
I do when we have a deadline - but most of the time when I have to start getting questions we don't have a deadline yet.In response to your reminder, please: do not forget to specify the deadline by which we can ask questions.
This is also important.
I understand, but you can call it approximately - as you see it. If it is needed promptly and less than a day is one thing, but if we have a couple of days it is quite another.I do when we have a deadline - but most of the time when I have to start getting questions we don't have a deadline yet.
I understand, but you can call it approximately - as you see it. If it is needed promptly and less than a day is one thing, but if we have a couple of days it is quite another.
it's not been announced yet, hence no deadline.You are certainly right. Thank you for your participation. In the end, I only need a bone in the form of a participant's name
We discontinued our affiliation with non-regulated sites before Ontario legislation-that had nothing to do with it. We started US & Friends at the same time. This isn’t the thread for that discussion though-I’ll find the announcement and send to you on Tuesday.How did Ontario's geo fencing (licencing) and others, lead CC to banning non compliant poker sites and therefore blocking these players from participating in games for so long? I mean it took a long time for US and Friends to give us some place to get involved in CC games once again...
Your post got moved from the questions thread, but Debi addressed that above. We don’t always have time to get community questions. Sometimes scheduling is spur of the moment.Why the interview with Kristin Brotherton (Google Engineer) was restricted without questions from the community?