Editing the Brett Richey interview went much smoother as well. Garage Band, while not the most user friendly software, is becoming easier to navigate the more I use it.
Regarding the content of the interview with Brett. I was pleased that he was so open and willing to discuss his infamous KK all versus AA and AA pre-flop hand against Phil Hellmuth and Beth Shak from 2007. He has taken a lot of heat on the internet from people who have watched and analyzed the hand. Brett was able to explain in the interview that things people saw on TV were maybe not as obvious to everyone who was sitting in the room or playing at the table that day.
Additionally, it was great hearing that Brett is still alive financially in this year's WSOP Main Event as play at the final table starts on Monday. Brett owns 1% of David Benefield who goes into the final table as the short stack in 9th place. So I will definitely be rooting for David to improve his position.
Finally, Brett's advice at the end of the podcast for young people who may be considering a life as a poker professional was both thoughtful and reflective. You will have to listen to hear the advice, but Brett provides some caution about making a full comfort zone exit.