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James Altucher Talks Poker

Tweet Today on the Mental Game Podcast my co-author Barry Carter interviews a hero of his. James Altucher is an entrepreneur, hedge fund manager, podcaster and NY Times Bestselling author. USA Today called his book “Choose Yourself” one of the best business books of all time. He is very well known in the self-help space, but what […]

Learning to learn with Terrence Chan

Tweet My guest today on the Mental Game Podcast probably has about as varied a CV as you can imagine. Terrence Chan is a professional poker player, MMA fighter, former PokerStars employee, founder of Ultimate Poker and currently co-host of the 2+2 PokerCast. Because he has achieved so much in so many fields, I knew […]

Learning to be brave with Jonathan Gottschall

Tweet We are doing something a little different today on the Mental Game Podcast. My co-author Barry Carter is very interested student of the psychology of performance, which started with poker and has expanded significantly with the numerous books he’s read on the subject. As we expand the scope of the podcast, he will be […]

Mastery and hard work with David Tuchman

Tweet My guest today on the Mental Game Podcast has a unique perspective on what it takes to get to the top in whatever profession you choose. David Tuchman is an accomplished poker player, but an even more accomplished poker commentator. When you add up his work on Live at the Bike, Sky Poker, Twitch […]

Create a mental edge with Martin Jacobson

Tweet I am excited to announce the return of The Mental Game Podcast. It’s been a longer break than I anticipated, but the time away gave me an opportunity to think more about what I wanted to accomplish with the show. I’ve had amazing in-depth conversations about the mental game of poker, and now I […]

French Translation of The Mental Game of Poker

Tweet Very excited to announce that The Mental Game of Poker has been translated into French. In partnership with Simon Sanchez, the owner of the website Kill-tilt.fr, we were able to produce a high quality translation that people are already very excited about. The book is available in softcover and ebook, from these places: Softcover […]

7 Client Sessions

Tweet Over the last several years I’ve released 7 full length client sessions covering a variety of players and topics. You may learn a few things that can immediately help your game, and if you’ve ever considered working with me this gives you a great look at what it would be like. Session with George […]

Interview with Nick Wealthall

Tweet My next guest on the Mental Game of Poker Podcast is Nick Wealthall. Most of you will know him as a host for PokerStars TV, and a former host for Sky Poker and Poker Night Live. He is also an accomplished poker author, and away from the game, a comedy writer. You may be […]

Interview with Eugene Katchalov

Tweet If you are trying to limit the amount of extra calories you consume over the holidays, or are thinking about making some big lifestyle changes in 2014, my next guest is a real inspiration. Eugene Katchalov is a professional tournament poker player and a Team PokerStars Pro. He boasts two WCOOP titles, a WSOP […]

Big Holiday Special. 4 Days Only.

Tweet Get a softcover copy of both my books, The Mental Game of Poker 1 & 2, for the price of one. Simply go to the shop tab above, add both books your cart, and then enter the coupon code: Holiday in your cart prior to checking out. Already have both books? Great! Share the […]

TMGP2 Audiobook Now Available

Tweet The wait is over! I’m excited to announce that the TMGP2 audiobook is now available from Amazon, Audible, and iTunes. You can pick up a copy, possibly for free, by going to these links: Audible, Audible UK, Audible DE Amazon, Amazon UK iTunes US (Available in over 40 countries worldwide. Check your local iTunes.) […]

Ask Me Anything on FlopTurnRiver.com

Tweet Last week the members of FlopTurnRiver.com got to literally ask me anything and they did! What was supposed to be a 90 minute deal, turned into more, as I couldn’t leave some well crafted questions hanging. My wrists were hurting afterwards, but I got this nice compliment in their recap: Our members took the […]

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