JNandez Offers Doug Polk $50k Boxing Match
Habegger decided he’d had enough of Doug Polk’s bullying and challenged him to a $50k winner-takes-all boxing match
Joseph Ingram AKA Joeingram1 AKA ChicagoJoey is a professional high stakes online poker player and personality.
He's most famous for his outgoing charismatic personality, not to mention his whacky and wild prop bets. These include playing 50k hands in 20 hours on Pokerstars (For a $30k win) in 2009. In September 2014, he bet $16k that he could go from 3k Play Chips to 20Million Play Chips in 24 hours. After getting up to 11Million he got all in with AK and lost versus AA, losing the $16k bet.
Joey is also popular for his podcast interviews, in which he interviews poker players in a live, unedited setting, often getting them out of their comfort zone and revealing some insightful parts of their lives. You can watch all of his podcasts below.
Published 1 year agoSCOOP Final Table Sweat/Hangout With Holz, Ingram & JNandez1
Joeingram1 and JNandez1 load up a Google hangout to rail the $2100 high stakes PLO Scoop event which poker supremo Fedor Holz is c...
Published 1 year agoPoker Life Podcast With Anatoly Filatov aka nl_profit
Russian poker professional and Twitch streamer Anatoly Filatov aka nl_profit joins Joeingram1 on this edition of the Poker Life Po...
Published 1 year agoHashtag Kings Rages On Poker Night In America w/Joeingram1
Joey looks back over the actions of The Hashtag King, Polk, Deeb and Cantu on the recent Poker Night In America cash game filed at...
Published 1 year agoIsildur1 vs Antonius: $780,000 Pot Analysis With Joeingram1
Joeingram1 breaks down a $780,000 PLO pot played between Isildur1 and Antonius on Full Tilt Poker back in the day!
Fernando ‘JNandez87’ Habegger produced a detailed 1 hour video
Joe Ingram started investigation into the practices of some of the vendors players meet every time they walk into the Rio playing halls…
Gus Hansen was back at his playboy best this week – his pre-game approach to the World Series of Poker involving vodka and a lapdance.
Doyle Brunson is the most iconic player poker has ever seen, and his five decades at the top of the game is an absolute goldmine of stories.