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Preston McEwen talks about winning $44,320 in Little Kings and Queens main event
How Preston McEwen goes from musician to pro poker player/RunGoodGear Ambassador
In this episode of The Bernard Lee Poker Show on the Cardplayer Lifestyle Podcast Family, Bernard Lee interviews Preston McEwen, who recently became the 2nd Annual Gulf Poker Award’s Breakout Player of the Year. Preston has been playing great poker throughout the year, including winning the Little Kings and Queens main event, taking home $44,320. Held at Little Kings and Queens in Buford, GA, the $630 main event had 363 entries, and a a prize pool of $196,020.
At the start of the interview, Preston talks about how he got started in poker world, after his initial focus on music. The RunGood Gear ambassador recalls how he first became an ambassador for the company. Preston describes his cash in the 2019 WSOP Main Event and the uniqueness of the annual tournament. Preston talks about how COVID affected his poker life, as he started grinding more online and private games.
During the second part of the interview, Preston talks about his victory in the 2021 Little Kings and Queens main event. He explains how he fired two bullets in different flights and describes a huge double late in Flight B. He also talks about how he adjusted to some of the recreational players in the field, taking more hands post-flop. Preston discusses his own Steel Wheel Poker League and his plans for the rest of 2021, including the WSOP and RunGoodPoker Series.
|0:00||Welcome to The Bernard Lee Poker Show, as this week’s guest is the 2nd Annual Gulf Coast Poker Award – Breakout Player of the Year, Preston McEwen.|
|1:31||Bernard announces the winners of the 2021 2nd Annual Gulf Coast Poker Awards, including our guest this week and future guest, 2020 WSOP Main Event Domestic bracket winner, Joe Hebert.|
|6:54||RunGood Gear Ad|
|7:37||Bernard welcomes Preston McEwen to the show.|
|8:29||Preston joins the show and talks about the Little Kings and Queens main event, which he won for $44,320, and the Georgia charitable poker landscape|
|10:03||Preston talks about how he got started in the poker world, but originally was focused on music.|
|12:52||Preston recalls how he became an ambassador for RunGoodGear.com.|
|16:22||Preston describes his cash in the 2019 WSOP Main Event and the uniqueness of the annual tournament.|
|23:13||Preston talks about how COVID affected his poker life, as he started grinding more online and private games.|
|29:14||Share My Pair Ad|
|29:36||Bernard continues his interview with Preston McEwen, 2021 Little Kings and Queens main event champion.|
|30:57||Preston talks about the poker landscape in Georgia.|
|32:07||Preston recalls how the 2021 Little Kings and Queens main event started. He talks about firing two bullets in different flights. He also describes a huge double late in Flight B.|
|36:20||Preston talks about how he adjusted to some of the recreational players in the field, taking more hands post-flop.|
|41:22||Preston discusses his own Steel Wheel Poker League.|
|44:37||Preston talks about his plans for the rest of 2021, including the WSOP and RunGoodPoker Series.|