WSOP Commissioner Jeffrey Pollack Appears on “Keep Flopping Aces” This Thursday at 6 p.m., Pacific Time

by Lou on April 29, 2008

Commissioner of the World Series of Poker, Jeffrey Pollack, will be my guest this Thursday on Keep Flopping Aces, which is webcast on at 6 p.m. Pacific Time (9 p.m. Eastern Time).

The show can be heard live, worldwide, in real time, as well as in repeat on Friday afternoon. It is also downloadable as a podcast a few days after airing live.

Pollack worked hard to grow the WSOP to its current size during his relatively short tenure with Harrah’s. I want to ask him about what’s new for this year’s WSOP, plans for the future of the event, and check out some of the rumors that have been swirling about—particularly those concerning plans to bring the final nine players back in November to play the final table, which can then be televised in near real time.

This rumor seems to have a life of its own, and is just one of the things I want to chat about with Jeffrey Pollack.

Next year will be the 40th anniversary of the WSOP, and I’m also interested in learning what special plans are afoot to celebrate that.

This should be a terrific show, and you can call in and ask Jeffrey Pollock your own questions. I’ll give out the call-in numbers at the top of the show and again after we return from our commercial break at about 6:30 p.m.

Hope you can all tune in and listen.

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