This week we welcome Soheb Porbandarwala to the GRID. The 30-year-old poker pro has been successful in both live and online poker, winning millions of dollars and five WSOP circuit rings. He came on the GRID to talk about a quite legendary hand with Queen-deuce offsuit, that took place at a WSOP circuit event in Atlantic City in 2018.
After getting to the bottom of how Soheb may have played the hand even better, he and Jen move on to topics such as super late entry, changing his youngest’s diaper while multi-tabling, and what he was going to do for work when he nearly quit poker.
Soheb caps off his GRID interview with memories from another memorable score- while playing in an ACR MTT heads-up for six figures, he disconnected while holding a flush. His opponent, the Brazilian streamer “nelebo10” decided to sit out rather than steal his blinds and coast to a W. The karma seems to only continue for the Brazilian streamer who just final tabled a PokerStars Stadium Series event for over 50K.
You can find Soheb’s results on HendonMob and follow him at @spewheb on twitter.
Now that queen-deuce offsuit has been covered on thepokergrid.com, there are 128 combos remaining.
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