PODCAST: Poker Stories With Freddy Deeb by Julio Rodriguez

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Freddy Deeb is one of the most accomplished professional poker players in the history of poker. Freddy Deeb won two WSOP bracelets, Season 4 World Poker Tour (WPT) Ultimate Poker Classic event, and more than $8.5 million in live earnings.

Along with his success on the tournament circuit, that includes a win in the 2007 World Series Of Poker (WSOP) $50,000 Poker Players Championship. 62 years old Deeb has also been a regular in some of the biggest cash games in the world and appeared on shows such as High Stakes Poker, and the Poker Superstars Invitational.

According to the interview taken by card player, the interview included the problem with being a hands-off owner, escape from LA… to Utah, real estate regret, the meat hustle, turning $60 into $97k in one day, losing an $800k pot to George the Greek, why he doesn’t play props anymore, a two-hour stint canning fruit, surviving hurricanes, a big swap with Chip Reese, and why a quick bet is usually a bluff.