Matt Savage sits down with Alexander Orlov - winner of LAPC Event 27, the $570 Big O
The seventh installment of the 2019 LAPC Video Series features Matt Savage talking with $570 Omaha8 winner Gerard Rechnitzer, who won his Remington 20 years after his Dad won his first Remington, back in the 1998 $1,060 Stud8.
Social Experiment III is complete, it is once again legal to wear headphones at the table at the LAPC.
So, go ahead take some time and listen in as Matt Savage is interviewed by the team with the Poker Stories Podcast at Card Player Magazine. Just click the podcast above to listen in for yourself. Matt talks about his start in the poker community, up to today here at the 2019 LAPC at the Commerce Casino in Los Angeles.
The folks with the podcasts describe them as, “Poker Stories is a long-form audio podcast series that features casual interviews with some of the game’s best players and personalities. Each episode highlights a well-known member of the poker world and dives deep into their favorite tales both on and off the felt.”
The latest @Poker_Stories podcast features @WPT Executive Director Matt @SavagePoker and the stories from his unique perspective in the game, including the infamous @CMONEYMAKER bluff on Sam Farha at the 2003 WSOP main event. https://t.co/sVlIDp9vK6 pic.twitter.com/Hx93AAL1Fc— Card Player (@CardPlayerMedia) February 4, 2019
The #SocialExperiment III is another attempt to create social interaction amongst players.
Cell phones, sunglasses, headphones, scarves and hoods are only allowed outside of the tournament area, or on break (Exceptions will be made when medically necessary and/or for those with special needs.) Escalating penalties will be assessed for rule violations, starting with 3 hands, and a minimum of one lap after registration closes.
A Commerce reporter (rumor has it this shall be me) is available to Tweet any hilarious observations players might have on their behalf. Complimentary ear plugs (on request), name tags, and hashtags are being handed out.
Craig Chait spent some time with Matt Savage after winning the Triple Street Poker - LAPC Event 13 - along with tournament creator Roger Rodd.