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Exactly 365 days ago, Ryan Feldman and Nick Vertucci launched a new cash game poker show in Los Angeles called Hustler Casino Live that has since completely changed the livestreamed poker landscape.
The road to building a YouTube subscriber list of over 150,000 in one year wasn’t easy and certainly never was guaranteed. There were many challenges along the way, none more daunting than competing locally, and inevitably outside SoCal, against the industry’s most established brand — Live at the Bike , a show Feldman helped build.
“To be honest, we didn’t really set any specific goals because we didn’t know what was realistic and what we could expect,” Feldman said when asked what goals he set prior to the 2021 launch. “We believed in ourselves that we could put together the best show in poker and that we would crush the competition.”
Hustler Casino general manager Shaun Yaple took a chance that has paid off in spades after Feldman’s fallout with LATB, and not only because the show has become an industry leader. According to Yaple, poker revenue is up 15% in the booming, iconic LA card room.
On Wednesday, Hustler Casino Live will host a special All-Star episode — a $25/$50 cash game — with a lineup selected by the viewers. BUFFALO BLITZ II THE LAST EMPRESS DANCING GOLD EPIC APE The Start of Something Special
Garrett Adelstein On August 3, 2021, poker fans caught the first glimpse of the new poker show. Bart Hanson and David Tuchman , the initial Live at the Bike commentators in 2004, fittingly co-hosted the $5/$5 + $50 ante game. Take your seat at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa for the 2022 World Series of Poker Circuit Events, August 17th – 29th!
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Feldman and Vertucci brought back some of the old LATB gang for the first episode , including Vertucci himself and Israeli Ron . During the first week, viewers began to see the foundation for what Hustler Casino Live would quickly evolve into.
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