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Gaelle Jaudon

Gaelle Jaudon

Travelling and working in the poker industry for 8 years, Gaelle is working on a regular basis for different poker media in Europe and the US such as Pokernews.com for the live reporting, club poker radio where she does live interview of poker personalities, somuchpoker and also as a freelance event manager for the WPT. Originally from Paris, she has a master degree in journalism and marketing.

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Maria Ho Talks Lockdown, Video Content, WSOP and more

Maria Ho is born in Taipei, Taiwan and was raised in the United States. With over 4 million dollars in live poker tournament earnings she is one of the most successful women in the game.  Beyond the poker tables Maria shares her knowledge of the game as a poker coach, host and commentator.  Interview by […]

Interview: Five minutes with poker streamer Jaime Staples

Jaime Staples is one of the most famous poker streamers, besides Jason Somerville. He primarily plays on partypoker after joining partypoker Team Online in 2018. Recently, YouTube removed numerous poker videos including some of his content. Interview by Gaelle Jaudon Somuchpoker: You’re one of the main poker streamers today, and many videos have been deleted on YouTube recently. This has […]

Interview with Russia’s GPI Number 1 Anatoly Filatov

Our reporter Gaelle Jaudon met Russia’s GPI Number 1 Anatoly Filatov for a conversation on his recent results and the current state of the Russian poker scene. Somuchpoker: To know a bit more about you: you have around $5 million in live earnings, more than $2 million online, you’re a partypoker pro, 2019 was a […]

An exclusive conversation with 2019 WSOP Main Event Champion Hossein Ensan

Last July, Germany’s Hossein Ensan outlasted Italy’s Dario Sammartino and Canada’s Alex Livingston to win the WSOP Main Event. The 55-year-old, who was born in Iran but moved to Germany 30 years ago, became the oldest world poker champion since Noel Furlong and the 2nd German champion after Pius Heinz.  Gaelle Jaudon is bringing us this exclusive interview.  […]

Interview: Daniel Negreanu talks GGPoker, PokerStars and WSOP POY

Some may have thought that with Daniel Negreanu ending his PokerStars affiliation, his public presence in the poker community may have diminished. These last few months, however, have showed us the opposite is true. The wedding, vlogging abundantly during the WSOP and a near miss for the WSOP POY have helped Daniel Negreanu continue to […]

Interview with WSOP Main Event Runner-Up Dario Sammartino

A few weeks ago, Dario Sammartino finished runner-up of the WSOP Main Event pocketing $6M in the process.  Our reporter Gaelle Jaudon had the chance to talk with him about this incredible performance. Somuchpoker: First, congratulations on the nice suit you wore at the final table. It was a really classic Italian style, and I think it’s […]

Interview with Germany’s rising star Steffen Sontheimer

In January 2017, Fedor Holz predicted that 2017 would be Sontheimer’s “breakout year”, and he shared this thought publicly on Twitter. Predicting the breakout year of @RunGo0seRun. Best player in the game right now. — Fedor Holz (@CrownUpGuy) January 26, 2017 A few months later Sontheimer claimed the Purple Jacket at the Poker Masters. Since then, he […]

An interview with Alex Foxen – #1 GPI 

In the past two years, Alex Foxen has had such incredible success on the international poker circuit that he was crowned GPI Player of the Year 2018. Currently, he is still leading the GPI ranking. This is a very important honor to him, which he confided to our reporter Gaëlle Jaudon in this interview, as well as discussed […]

A talk with Chance Kornuth – WSOP bracelet winner and Chip Leader Coaching founder

Two-time WSOP bracelet winner and Chip Leader Coaching founder Chance Kornuth has collected more than $6M in live tournament earnings. Gaelle Jaudon brought us this exclusive interview with the American pro. Somuchpoker (SMP): Your first major success was in 2010, when you won the $5,000 PLO event at the WSOP for $508K. How would you describe your evolution in […]