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Poker in the Ears
Every week, the hosts of PokerStars TV (James Hartigan and Joe Stapleton) bring you a behind-the-scenes look at what it's like being two regular folks on the international poker circuit. Told from the perspective of a cranky British dad (Hartigan) and an undateable American bachelor (Stapes), Poker in the Ears is a mostly uncensored take on the world of professional poker. The hosts also regularly call in favours, in the form of guest spots from their big-shot celebrity poker-playing friends. And they routinely hold on-air competitions, providing chances for listeners to join them on tour.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 330 ratings
rymle via Apple Podcasts · Norway · 05/09/21
Great show. Highlight of my week
Easy listening now the voice is fixed. On point every week. Poker, films and the odd special guest. What more do you need. Keep it up lads
bellboar05 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/12/21
Best poker podcast
This is the best poker podcast by far. Hartigan and Stapes have very complementary personalities, the banter is fantastic. Joe's stories are freaking amazing and only sometimes made upRead full review »
Smlrn via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/04/21
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