Duncan
Palamourdas

THE UCLA PROFESSOR OF POKER WHO WON MY HEART

Click any of the icons below, sit back, relax and enjoy my conversation with Duncan Palamourdas on Chasing Poker Greatness.

Episode 109

Today’s guest on the Chasing Poker Greatness podcast is UCLA professor and author of Why Alex Beats Bobbie at Poker: Developing a Fundamentally Sound Approach at Poker, Duncan Palamourdas.

Duncan won my heart very early on in this conversation because he’s a math guy who uttered the magical words, “People overestimate the usefulness of solvers”.

Be still my beating heart.

Despite knowing very little about Duncan heading into our conversation, this episode is easily one of my favorite Chasing Poker Greatness episodes of all-time and you’re about to quickly discover why.

In today’s episode, you’re going to learn:

  • Duncan’s concept of “meta-humility” and why it ought to be in every successful poker player’s arsenal.
  • How-to evaluate any potential poker coaches you’re considering to hire for private lessons.
  • Why there’s no one-size-fits-all methodology for reaching your maximum poker potential.
  • And much, MUCH more.

So without any further ado, it is my honor to bring to you the brilliant, articulate, and dare I say handsome Duncan Palamourdas.

Connect With Duncan

Click any of the icons below, sit back, relax and enjoy my conversation with Duncan Palamourdas on Chasing Poker Greatness.