Support the Podcast

There’s a free and easy way to support this blog and the Thinking Poker Podcast when you’re doing your holiday shopping this year. Just use our affiliate link and Nate and I will get a percentage of anything you buy. It won’t cost you a thing, and it well help us out. We’re still working on getting affiliate accounts set up for all of the international Amazon incarnations, but here are a few for those of you in Western Europe:

For shopping in the US

For shopping in Canada

For shopping in the UK

For shopping in Germany

For shopping in Spain

For shopping in France

If you’re looking for something for the poker player in your life, consider:

Ed Miller’s Playing the Player

Tommy Angelo’s Elements of Poker

Zach Ellwood’s Reading Poker Tells

Or for coffee lovers, there’s always the old Nitcast staple Aeropress.

Happy Holidays!

11 thoughts on “Support the Podcast

  1. I wasn’t sure where to post this. I bought Nate’s book and immediately found an editing issue. In hand 1, The eight-seat opens, Nate calls and everyone folded. Then, at loc 92, 108 and 111, we switch to the three-seat?? Loc 92 talks about an earlier bluff (which, at the time I read it, seemed a strange comment) and I think the reference to the 3-seat should really be the 8-seat. Since we may be at this table for a while, it would be a good idea to know who is who(m?).

    Since this is an e-book, it may be something that is easily fixed.

    Dalai Pookah

  2. Hi tp
    I bought via your uk link super system as I want to get into 8 game and Adrienne Rawson suggested this book.
    Do you have any recommendations for 8 game books/ online tutorial sites?
    Btw, supa podcasts fellas

  3. Hey guys, I was listening to the latest epi (182) and heard the call for software developers, so I decided to drop you a line.

    I have a little less than 15 yrs of professional software development experience, and am an avid recreational poker player. I’m currently working for a company called Malwarebytes. We can setup a facetime or skype call and chat, I’d be happy to field your questions.


    • Crap, didn’t realize this gets posted for all to see. Could you pls remove my email addresses from my comment? A little embarassing, lol.

  4. To Whom It May Concern,

    I was unable to locate a “contact us” tab on the site…

    We have officially started to launch our online poker site. After months of development, countless hours and piles of money invested, our attorneys discovered a loophole- which allows us to operate nationwide across the US! I am a marketing consultant for the company.

    Please call or email me and we can set up a conference call to discuss our marketing plans. We have an affiliate program and may be interested in posting our site on your site and driving traffic to the tables. After we talk, I can forward you the site info (we are very selective with our partnerships – especially this early in the launch).

    I look forward to hearing from you!

    Dominic McCarthy

  5. Hello,
    I am not sure if this is the best way to reach you about this but I am no longer able to download the podcast on my phone. I use the Podkicker app on a Samsung Galaxy S7. It had never been a problem until the last couple weeks. The app & phone are up to date. All other podcasts I subscribe to download without issue. I am not able to download the most recent or very old Thinking Poker shows. Any help you could offer would be appreciated. Thank you.

  6. I listened to your podcast and really enjoy it. I have no idea who the host is and would like to know more about him and his background. I’m referring to the one that interviewed Cate Hall. Where can I get that info or is there a podcast on this?

  7. over under on how many times you say LIKE on a podcast current line is 750

    says like more often than a group of high school girls sitting together in the cafeteria

    could be a new drinking game , just make sure no one is in a situation where they would have to drive afterwords

    Example : I raised like $1250 ( how much is like 1250?) he thought for like 30 seconds and called , I didnt like , like his call . On the flop I like continuation bet and he like check raised me for my stack and I like thought about it for like 2 minutes and decided to like fold and he like showed me the bluff like puke but i learned like his tendencies and will be like ready for him if he like does this again .

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