We haven’t heard much from Tom “durrr” Dwan of late, but fortunately for fans of Tom Dwan, that appears to be quickly changing with an upcoming High Stakes Poker appearance and more interviews with one of poker’s most well-loved players.
Earlier this month, we learned about his upcoming appearance on the revamped High Stakes Poker, the impact of poker on his mental health and whether he was actually kidnapped by the Asian mafia.
The gifts keep on coming as Poker King has just released the second part of its exclusive interview with Tom Dwan conducted by Nick Schulman. In this portion of the interview, Dwan answers “AMA” questions that poker fans submitted on 2+2 and Reddit over the last few months.
In the latest portion of the interview, Dwan talked with Schulman about the future of short deck, his approach to the game and how his game has changed since High Stakes Poker last aired. He also delves into explaining how being a good poker player entails not worrying about appearing stupid at times.
0:15 – Tom Dwan thoughts on whether Short Deck Hold’em Poker will ever take off
1:15 – Is Tom Dwan a savant at Short Deck?
2:50 – Tom Dwan’s approach to the game and not being afraid to look stupid
4:18 – How Dwan’s play has changed since the first High Stakes Poker
Stay tuned for the return of High Stakes Poker
December is shaping up to be an exciting month for poker players with a WSOP Main Event and the return of High Stakes Poker set for mid-month with the first High Stakes Poker episodes on December 16th. Phil Ivey will also be making his own return to poker on the show, which has also confirmed Jason Koon, Phil Hellmuth, Jean-Robert Bellande and Brandon Adams.
PokerGo is set to pick up the coverage, the first episode premier on December 16th at 8 PM ET.