Alan Kessler Cuts It Up

CardsChat Podcast host Robbie Strazynski places on his protection goggles and is going head-to-head with one of the enigmatic poker avid gamers you’ll in finding at the match path, Alan “The Chainsaw” Kessler. 

Alan Kessler is that this week’s visitor in this week’s episode of “the friendliest podcast on the town” (Symbol: Chris Wallace)

Kessler has used his aggressively tight play — and the picture that comes along with his recognition — to money in virtually 400 tournaments since 2001 for almost $4 million. 

He started his transformation into “The Chainsaw” within the mid-90s, taking part in $200/$400 mixed-games in Atlantic Town with the likes of Phil Ivey, Cyndy Violette, and John Hennigan. 

He had an actual task managing a marketplace analysis group, however for 10 years, he would spend each and every weekend in Atlantic Town taking part in video slots, poker, and no matter different video games he felt gave him the item he’s at all times at the hunt for — an edge.

He did so smartly discovering that edge that he used to be ready to financial institution all his paychecks till he hit that tipping level many successful poker avid gamers and gamblers run up towards. 

“The entire thing didn’t correlate. The entire time I’m at paintings I’m considering, ‘Wow, I will be able to win or lose in a single pot what I’m making in a pair weeks, or a month,” he tells Strazynski. 

So he hand over and were given poker well-known. Having one in every of poker’s biggest nicknames hasn’t harm. He tells Strazynski how his super-tight play and deep runs at early WPT occasions ended in other people calling him “The Chainsaw.”

Kessler has spent extra time in casinos and card rooms chasing comps and jackpot angles than one of the crucial more youthful avid gamers had been alive. And luckily for poker fanatics, he isn’t shy about sharing his opinion on the whole lot from match construction to the play of his combatants thru his Twitter account. 

And Kessler additionally has a secret celebration trick he discovered from operating for his sister’s phone advertising and marketing corporate. To determine what it’s, take a listen. 

As is usual on “the friendliest poker podcast on the town,” Kessler spoke back questions from CardsChat discussion board participants. Visit the thread to determine who would be the subsequent visitor and publish questions.

Alan Kessler Cuts it Up

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Bob Pajich is a poker information reporter, ingenious creator, and poker participant who by no means met suited connectors he did not like.

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