(PRWEB) October 17, 2007
Gary Wise from http://www.wisehandpoker.com is a poker historian and strategist who is a contributing writer for Bluff Magazine and ESPN poker hosts Poker Talk on RoundersRadio.com. This week he interviews Robert Williamson III, a member of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Player's Advisory Committee and Hevad "RainKhan" Khan, a rising star who has sparked controversy for his animated table-side celebrations.
Robert Williamson III, a member of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Player's Advisory Committee, will be one of Gary Wise's guests on Poker Talk on http://www.RoundersRadio.com this week.
Williamson, one of the world's best Omaha players, will discuss how some of the committee's recommendations played out at the 2007 WSOP and how he sees the committee further influencing the event in the years to come.
He has had numerous top-tier finishes in WSOP Omaha tournaments, including a first-place finish in the 2002 $5,000 Pot Limit event, which earned him $201,160 in prize money.
Williamson, who's also had two money finishes on the World Poker Tour (WPT), has total live tournament winnings of more than $1.8 million.
Also joining Wise on Poker Talk is Hevad "RainKhan" Khan, a rising star who has sparked controversy for his animated table-side celebrations.
Khan, 22, established himself online and finished sixth at the 2007 World Series of Poker main event, collecting nearly $1 million in prize money. Khan finds himself caught up in a poker-community debate regarding his loud, celebratory antics when winning a big hand or a tournament.
He will answer questions about his demonstrative displays at this year's WSOP, which were featured prominently on ESPN's coverage of the event. Khan is also well-known for playing simultaneous Internet poker tournaments. A popular Youtube video shows him playing 26 tables at one time, while he claims to have played as many as 43.
Gary Wise from http://www.wisehandpoker.com is a poker historian and strategist who is a contributing writer for Bluff Magazine and ESPN poker. On his popular website, Wisehandpoker.com, Wise breaks down poker hands and explains certain poker strategies.
One of Wise Hand Poker's many features is Wise Hand of the Day, which breaks down some of the most famous poker hands throughout history. Poker Talk on RoundersRadio.com is streamed live at 8 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, and at 3 pm on Saturday and Sunday.
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