The Breaking Bad Wicked Chops Podcast

Poker loves us some Breaking Bad, and vice versa.

Poker loves us some Breaking Bad, and vice versa.

Breaking Bad is in the midst of, quite possibly, the greatest season any TV show has ever had.

On our latest podcast, we are joined by Jay Greenspan (buy his book here) to discuss why Breaking Bad is so popular among the poker community, where this season ranks among the best TV seasons of all-time, how the Sopranos was like the Rolling Stones, and much more.

We’re also looking to do a roundtable podcast at end of season on the show.

If you’re interested in being part, let us know.

 

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