We DEFINITELY welcome your feedback, be it positive or negative. But please do give this a chance.
I've done a lot of thinking about how to bring you really amazing poker content... I think a podcast has a lot of merit, and my goal is to do it in generally 35-45 minute sessions (this was a little long) so you can listen to it on your morning commute, or as you eat lunch, or you know, whatever. I think not having the visual is a nice change of pace because it makes me give a very good description of the details in a way that's easy to conceptualize, and enables you to just listen and not watch.
I also think that making a podcast gives me a lot more ability to bring on really cool people, as it takes a lot less equipment and planning. My plan for this series is to have guests of all caliber, from coaches, to amateur players I meet at tournaments, to guest poker pros. The thing about a podcast is I can bring my equipment to a casino and record with players there, and it's also less work for the big shots who would be more likely to do a 30 minute conversation than sit with me through a video, which takes a lot longer to produce.
I really think this is going to be a great thing... I'm hoping at least. I'm trying to do a mix, about 3/4 strategy and 1/4 general ramblings and random discussions about tournaments and life and all else. I hope you enjoy, and please as always, give feedback along the way, and ask me questions about the show in this thread.
Lastly, if you play in a tournament and go relatively deep and have interesting hands, you could be a guest on the podcast. Send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, subject: Tournamentality episode content. Then tell me about the tournament, about the hands you think are interesting, and about your analysis. Make it detailed, as I'm going to select people I think have thought deeply about the content so we can have a rich discussion. I hope to hear from you!