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PokerStars Announces Software Changes; Restricts Chart Use 

PokerStars Poker Room Manager Steve Day announced just hours ago that PokerStars would largely move ahead with software restrictions proposed on twoplustwo on June 11th.

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Interview with Paul "PBogz" Bogin Part 2 

Last week, Charles interviewed Paul “Pbogz” Bogin. This week, he got a chance to ask Paul a few more questions. And even better, there's three hand reviews from Pbogz at the end!

Charles Hawk: What was the hardest thing when you started playing poker professionally? What is the biggest weaknesses that you successfully eliminated from your game?

Paul “Pbogz” Bogin: The hardest part was separating home life from work. Since you work from home, you always feel like you're on the clock. I believe it's unhealthy to live like that, and need to make sure you think to a certain schedule. Like a real job. My biggest weakness was getting enough volume. Some due to where I live, but overall I found myself taking too many breaks in the past. Now, not so much.

 

CH: How would you describe your game? What is your competitive advantage against the field?

PB: I would describe my game as solid. I do everything really well and my instincts are for sure my competitive edge. Both live and online.

 

CH: Do you get bored when grinding? Do you have any advice on how to keep focused when playing bad players?

Streaming Spin and Goes / Jackpots with PBOGZ!! 

 Watch stream here: http://www.twitch.tv/pbogz1114

Hey guys, come watch and learn as we stream the Spin and Goes / Jackpots. Don't miss your chance to be apart of the DogPound. Also, don't miss your shot at winning giveaways throughout the month. 

This week I tracked 31 players - 10 showed profit, 7 had losses and 14 were break-even. Winners combined for about ~$120,500, losers for ~$75,000. Andy "mightmad/ Andy161" Lee played biggest sample - 1772 games.

OLD TIME GIN Won The Most (+$53,411 after 255 games)

  • $5000: +$46,816 after 36 games;
  • $2000: -$6,238 after 9 games;
  • $1000: +$13,544 after 105 games;
  • $500: -$202 after 101 games;
  • $300: -$309 after 3 games;
  • $200: -$200 after 1 game.

Richard "chadders0" Chadwick won $27,996 after 488 games

Interview with Paul "PBogz" Bogin 

 

Limits: reg speeds 50/100/200; turbos mostly 60/100's; hypers 40/60's some 120's; $10 and $40 spin n goes

Memorable quote: I hate that poker is heading into formats that have much more variance

Charles Hawk: Introduce yourself to our community.

Paul Bogin: My name is Paul. I'm 29 years old. I'm mostly Italian with a mix of a few other things and I live in NY. I've been playing poker going on 9 years. I started off playing in high school when a few friends invited me to a home game. At first, I didn't really show any interest, but as soon as my brother won a few bucks while playing online, I was hooked. He ended up sending me 5 bucks and I haven't looked back since.

Hobbies: Fishing, playing sports, video games, working out.

 

Charles Hawk: What poker advice you would give to new players who are dreaming of reaching high stakes?

 
 
 
 

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