CardsChat Podcast: Ryan Leng and his Fold of a Lifetime

CardsChat Podcast: Ryan Leng and his Fold of a Lifetime

CardsChat Podcast host Robbie Strazynski talks with three-time WSOP bracelet winner, poker coach, and grinder Ryan Leng in this week’s episode that shows how curiosity, combined with humility, can be quite, very lucrative.&nbsp

Ryan Leng

Ryan Leng opens up about how he manufactures poker accomplishment in this week’s CardChat podcast. (Image: WSOP)

Leng, of course, talks about the fold heard ‘round the poker-verse, which he made against Dan Cates in the $50K Poker Players Championship. The play ultimately expense him his fourth WSOP bracelet and $364K.

Leng has been a poker player and student of the game since his obsession with poker overtook his really like of ice hockey in higher college. He discovered that poker created his mind move like schoolwork never ever could.

Leng credits winning his initial bracelet in 2018 to an accumulation of poker information earned even though grinding his way to PokerStars SuperNova Elite status. He tells Strazynski how multi-tabling 20 tables at a time against some of the ideal players in the world made his return to live poker simpler than anticipated. &nbsp

But, he says, he couldn’t have accomplished it without having his network of friends and poker coaches who have been with him all the way back to his days dealing and playing in charity poker events around Chicago.&nbsp

And about his fold heads-up against Cates that expense him a fourth WSOP bracelet and all that dough? What did it teach him? His answer alone is worth the listen.&nbsp

As is regular on “the friendliest poker podcast in town,” Leng answered queries from CardsChat forum members. In reality, his interview received the most inquiries ever. Visit the thread to find out who will be the next guest and submit questions.