In this episode of The Bernard Lee Poker Show on the Cardplayer Lifestyle Podcast Family, Bernard Lee interviews the 2012 WSOP bracelet Winner, Ronnie Bardah. Recently, at the 2021 WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open which was held at Seminole Hard Rock in Hollywood, FL, Bardah chopped three-way for the largest score of his career ($566,135). Surprisingly, the event had 1,573 entries, creating a prize pool of over $5 million! Bardah discusses how he started playing poker, his WSOP accomplishments, being on CBS’ Survivor and also playing under COVID restrictions at the WPT Main Event.
Welcome to The Bernard Lee Poker Show as this week’s guest is 2012 WSOP bracelet winner, Ronnie Bardah.
Doug Polk outlasts Daniel Negreanu in their heads-up battle, taking home $1.2 million over 25,000 hands.
Chris Moneymaker parted ways with PokerStars, but signed with America’s Cardroom to become the face of ACR.
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Bernard welcomes 2012 WSOP bracelet winner, Ronnie Bardah.
Ronnie joins The Bernard Lee Poker Show.
Ronnie discusses how he got started in poker.
Ronnie talks about what his most special victory/score in the poker world.
Ronnie gives some advice about limit hold’em and how it can even help your no-limit hold’em game.
Ronnie recalls his time on CBS’ Survivor.
Ronnie discusses his typical schedule during past summer WSOPs, depending on his length of stay in Las Vegas.
Bernard continues his interview with 2012 WSOP Bracelet Winner, Ronnie Bardah.
Ronnie discusses the experience playing under COVID restrictions at the WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open.
Ronnie talks about the composition of the COVID world field in Florida and Las Vegas.
Ronnie explains some specific issues that arose from the masks and plexiglass.
Ronnie talks about how grateful he is for the largest score of his career.
Ronnie remembers his trip to Asia prior to the COVID shutdown last year.
Ronnie talks about his poker plans for the rest of this year prior to the summer.
About Bernard LeeBernard Lee is a professional poker player who has more than $2.5 million and ten titles since turning pro following his 13th finish in the 2005 WSOP Main Event. Recognized as “the voice of poker in New England” by Cardplayer.com, Lee is known worldwide as a poker media personality having written for ESPN.com, Pokernews, Card Player and All-In magazines and hosting his widely popular poker podcast/radio show, The Bernard Lee Poker Show.