How did you happen to switch gears from full-time musician to poker aficionado/expert/pro? Do you continue to make music?
What is one simple piece of advice you could give a poker player at any level?
Bucket list - is there anything left to achieve?
Q: What do you think everyone should do at least once in their life?
Q: If you were a dictator of a small island nation, what crazy dictator things would you do?
Q: What are some of your personal rules that you never break?
For Marle -
Anyone who has watched/listened to your Vlogs has to know you have a great sense of humour and timing. So, 2 questions - how did you develop your quick wit? and why or how did creating a vlog come to be?
How and who introduced you to poker? Which variant did you learn first?
With all the great wins and finishes, which one tournament would you consider your favourite?
Is there any single thing you believe could encourage more women to play poker whether online or live?
What are your favourite things to do in your free time?
Post-covid, is there any place in the world you would like to visit for the first time OR revisit?
Kristen Bicknell Q: Wish cash stake was harder for you to climb? Q: Im currently playing nl25, it has been very hard for me to climb to that level and i have had to get donw 1 stake or 2 several times. Wath do you use to do when you find hard to climb a level or when you are lousing or winning less tham spected?
First off - huge fan of yours! For what you have done for both women in poker and Canadians in poker is remarkable!
Q: Where were you first exposed to poker?
Q: What would you say is your stronger game - live or online poker?
Q: What is the easiest and hardest thing about being with another poker player?
Q: How often - pre-COVID of course - would you actually be at home?
Q: You have 3 bracelets and countless trophies. Which one sticks out as your greatest accomplishment?
Take us back to that moment you knew you won the WSOP ME. Can you describe the emotion?
I recall you had sought out Elliot Roe to help with your mindset leading up to the WSOP in 2017. How many hours did you spend priming your mind for the big event?
What are your plans for live post-COVID poker?
What do you like to do most away from the poker table?
For Scott B.:
Q: What was the hardest part of your path to the WSOP title?
Q: How did your life change for the better after your huge win?
Q: Where do you want to see poker go in the next 5 years?
Q: If you got deep again in the WSOP, what would you do differently?
Q: Do you feel more pressure playing the WSOP ME now, or less?
Q: What is the one tournament you still want to win?