GPInterview Podcast – GPITHM Poker Podcast Network
The GPInterview podcast will join GPI/THM update and #HU4rolls on the Thursday rotation. Eric and Anthony will be interviewing the world’s best pro’s, young and upcoming players, the most dedicated amateur players and the smartest industry members. Expect in depth interviews on a array of topics, not limited to live or online poker.
- EP 6: David Tuchman
- EP 5: Veronica Brill
- EP 4: Matt Salsberg
- EP 3: Matt Savage
- EP 2: Tana Karn
- EP 1: Brent Hanks
EP 6: David Tuchman
Poker broadcasting veteran David Tuchman joins AC to talk about his life inside and outside of poker. Tuck shares stories from his debut calling poker, his life as a family man, his love for his beloved New Islanders and his disdain for his beloved New York Jets.
EP 5: Veronica Brill
The fearless Veronica Brill joins Eric for her GPInterview. Veronica talks about working 9-5 outside poker, life in Northern California, apologies to Mike Matusow and lets us know just how much she enjoyed her experience hosting Poker After Dark. Oh, and best potato chip ranking, of course!
EP 4: Matt Salsberg
On today’s pod, we welcome Matt Salsberg for his GPInterview. Matt reveals some very personal news on a recent health issue, reminisces about his WPT poker successes so far on the circuit and talks about life as a Hollywood writer and producer.
EP 3: Matt Savage
Four-time GPI Award winner and WPT Honors recipient Matt Savage joins Eric on this edition of GPInterview. The pair talk about Matt’s rise in the poker world, his role with the TDA, the recently departed Mike Sexton and golf, lots of golf.
EP 2: Tana Karn
We’re joined by RUNGOOD’s Tana Karn on this episode of GPInterview. Tana talks to us about life in basketball, the restaurant business and his thriving poker endeavours. We also chat to him about his charitable initiatives.
EP 1: Brent Hanks
Rising industry star Brent Hanks joins us for the very first episode of GPInterview. Brent chats about growing up in a small town, his introduction to poker, if he still has the same fire for the game that he once had and many more subjects, including the return of High Stakes Poker.