Dara
O'Kearney

CO-HOST OF AWARD WINNING POKER PODCAST “THE CHIP RACE” & BEST SELLING POKER AUTHOR

Click any of the icons below, sit back, relax and enjoy my conversation with Dara O'Kearney on Chasing Poker Greatness.

Episode 144

Yoooo, welcome my friend to another episode of the “Chasing Poker Greatness” podcast!

This is your host, the founder of Chasing Poker Greatness, Brad Wilson.
 
Today’s guest is one I am SUPER pumped to welcome back onto CPG, the always thoughtful and articulate author of Poker Satellite Strategy & PKO Poker Strategy… the Co-Host of the award winning poker podcast “The Chip Race”… none other than Dara O’kearney.

Dara is a lot of things.

He’s a former Irish international ultra marathon-runner turned poker pro, an educator, a stable runner with past CPG guest David Lappin, a columnist, an extremely popular poker blogger, and (oh yeah) he’s also a world-class cardplayer.
 
He’s also proof that it’s never too late to not only get into poker but to also compete at the very highest levels.
 
There are too many Greatness Bombs to count headed your way, including:
 
– Why Dara believes a lifetime of competing gives him an edge on the green felt.
 
– How-to healthily manage your poker expectations.
 
– The one poker format you probably won’t ever see Dara playing.
– And much, much more!
 
Before you dive into this episode with Dara, I wanted to take a moment to let you know about my latest mini-course: 
 
 
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Without any further ado, I bring to you the always brilliant ambassador of Unibet Poker… the one and only Dara O’kearney.
Click any of the icons below, sit back, relax and enjoy my conversation with Dara O’kearney on Chasing Poker Greatness.