The Official Red Chip Poker Podcast

The Official Red Chip Poker Podcast

Published by: Red Chip Poker
117 Episodes | First Released: Jul 11 '17
This is the podcast for poker players looking for coaching on the go. Learn new plays, powerful concepts, and gain insights from coaches who play your games. If you're looking for even more content and a community of poker players who are ready to help you improve, join us at redchippoker.com. Enjoy the show!
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Yscllc
Apr 24
Rating:   10
Best poker podcast out there

I have thoroughly enjoyed James and Zac on the podcast. There is lots of tips and information given that relate with today’s game. My win rate has certainly gone up thanks to the podcast, YouTube channel and ebooks.

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Checkshovinu
Apr 17
Rating:   10
Good stuff

Very enjoyable, even if some episodes don’t focus specifically on poker strategy. Sweeney is a really smart dude and very well-spoken.

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No More Taco
Jan 29
Rating:   4
Used to be good. Now advertising only

Early episodes are good. Now it’s advertising only.

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help12234
Jan 22
Rating:   2
Just an ad

Podcast used to be good. Now it is just an ad for Red Chip Poker products

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voodoospydr
Sep 30 '19
Rating:   6
Like... I’d like it, like, but like, it’s hard to like... like.

I wish there was a way to coach your guests in advance to stop saying the word “like“ so much. It makes them sound like morons, and it is very hard to stay interested in the podcast.

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Jim6273
Aug 31 '19
Rating:   6
Last episode was a huge improvement

The most recent episode with Alex was a nice return to the strategy focused content, with some good tactical advice to exploit weak opposition. Hopefully this is a harbinger of the return of quality content.

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Buddyskeet
Aug 13 '19
Rating:   2
What he said

To echo a previous review, a perfect example of the decline of this podcast is to title a 30 minute show “C-betting Out of Position” and then to have less than three sentences total on the topic.

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Brandon Smith 3263463
Jul 22 '19
Rating:   2
No content

There used to be some very informative episodes of this podcast, but the recent ones have been all fluff and/or just long commercials for Red Chip products. Making a podcast called "C-betting out of position" and having literally no information about c-betting out of position and instead making it a 30 minute advertisement is just so stupid and short sighted. If they keep that up, they'll be advertising to no one because they'll have no subscribers.

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powebdjxjkssk
Jun 25 '19
Rating:   2
Meh

After 4-5 episodes of thinking “why am I listening to this garbage?” I finally unsubscribed. He basically just kisses his no name guests’ butts for 30-45 min. Even though he’ll say 95% of his audience is American, he only interviews mediocre (if that) poker “pros” from Europe about their HUD stats and databases. He often titles his episodes with strategy concepts that he never seems to work into the conversation itself. I wouldn’t be shocked if he just had fun at his home game, learned a little lingo, and decided to start a podcast.

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Kriz0123456789876543210
Jun 7 '19
Rating:   2
Poker Infomercials

Half talkshow, half commercial, often centered around recent or upcoming Red Chip collaborations.

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Fragger 222
Jun 5 '19
Rating:   2
Please bring back the poker strategy.

I’ve never written a podcast review before, but felt I had to raise my voice for this one. The content used to be so helpful and actionable. Now it’s just the stories of random well-known players. Don’t get me wrong, the interviews can be interesting but there’s nothing better than 30 min of straight poker strategy discussion. Maybe you guys could dedicate and episode or two per month to strategy?

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Cardkillin
May 7 '19
Rating:   2
It’s a shame....

I’d like to start off by saying that I love all of red chips products....except this one. When it was primarily strategy driven it was one of my favorites. Now, if I have to hear Robbie Strazynski say “brilliant” one more time I’m going to lose my mind. The guests are great but the interview itself leaves a lot to be desired. The questions are all softballs that seem to be scripted. Not to mention there is all this poker knowledge and little to no strategy content whatsoever. Seems like they know this and try to throw in this strategy corner that lasts a whole 3-4 min that was directly taken from the core course. It’s a shame. You guys have friggin James Sweeney! I could listen to him fart into the microphone for an hour rather than what is being put out recently. I hope it gets figured out b/c when it’s good it’s great.

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ricekrispiessssss
Apr 28 '19
Rating:   2
What happened?

Show should have stuck to strategy content. New host seems nice enough but interview format is done much better by others on different podcasts. Also don’t like the blatant promotion and direction of the brand.

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poker podcast afficianado
Apr 9 '19
Rating:   2
Disappointing change

I used to be a big fan of the podcast until Zac Shaw was replaced. Robbie comes off as an unresearched fanboy and infomercial. It’s getting hard for me to continue listening. Bring Zac back as the voice of Red Chip!

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TheRealDietDrPhil
Mar 26 '19
Rating:   2
3 Minutes out of 40 are content

Literally 90% of the podcasts are mindless blather about the interviewee and their various book/products. Is there useful info? Sure: just be prepared to spend 10 minutes skipping around to find it.Every other hobby has quality podcasts made by enthusiasts and other professionals. They’ve found a way to monetize that doesn’t require informercials. There are 600,000 podcasts out there: find another one and save your time.

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Polish_Pistol
Mar 20 '19
Rating:   2
Changed for the worse

The podcast used to be quite relevant and useful for beginners and low stakes players, which has always been the focus of the Red Chip brand. However since removing Zack Shaw as the host and changing the format away from a strategy discussion to a promotional interview format, I haven’t been able to stomach a single episode in its entirety. It’s just not worth my time anymore. There’s nothing of value in the podcast anymore. It’s been a disappointing shift for sure. This used to be a 4.5 for me and now it’s a 1.

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dude.nicknamenotcool
Feb 7 '19
Rating:   10
Great Stuff

I’ve been a member forever. The podcasts are free and FULL of good info.

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Unimpressed714
May 15 '18
Rating:   2
Every episode is an infomercial

Every episode is an infomercial for their products and services. Little to no specific advice that is useful. Doug Hall is arrogant and insulting and the sound of his voice is like nails on a chalk board.

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RevLittleL
Mar 7 '18
Rating:   10
Love that Core is systematic!

I was one of those that Weasel talked about that jumped from one area to the next before really understanding and applying what I had learned when studying off table. I have started from the beginning of Core systematically. I, for the first time went deep in a $10,000 Guarantee and placed 5th! I highly recommend it to help one build a solid foundation! Thanks Splitsuit, Weasel and team Red Chip!

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bubba.
Jan 30 '18
Rating:   10
Great Poker Podcast for Actual Players

I’ve probably listened to over half of the available podcasts because the game and the strategy along with the psychology of poker excites me. Everyone seems to be very knowledgeable about the specific topics they speak on and the episodes are concise at around 30 min. My only complaint would be that they state this is for beginners, but don’t actually tell you how to BEGIN. Maybe that is in their paid membership on their website, but that’s my only complaint really. I feel real familiarized with a lot of useful concepts, but have absolutely no tangible way to apply/study them really.

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