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The Bernard Lee Poker Show Celebrates 16th Anniversary

The Show Hosted By The Card Player Columnist Is Currently The Longest Running In The Poker Industry


Professional poker player and Card Player columnist Bernard Lee is celebrating the 16th anniversary of The Bernard Lee Radio Show this month.

Hailing from Wayland, Massachusetts near Boston, Lee has been the voice of poker in New England on the airwaves since 2007. The show features interviews with the most popular stars in the game, up-and-coming players, and industry personalities. It is currently the longest running show/podcast in the poker industry.

“It is amazing how time flies. I cannot believe it was 16 years ago this month when I started the show. It has been an honor and privilege to interview such incredible guests on The Bernard Lee Poker Show for so many years. I look forward to continuing interviews with champion poker players and industry personnel for my loyal fans and listeners,” said Lee, who has won ten titles and more than $2.5 million in his poker career.

The highlight of Lee’s playing career was a 13th-place finish in the 2005 WSOP main event. The 16th anniversary show will feature a two-part interview with 2022 WSOP main event champion Espen Jorstad discussing his background and victory in the main event. You can find the show on iTunes,, and segments of the show also air on Lee’s YouTube page.

The 16th anniversary of the show is sponsored by, and the show will be doing giveaways of their apparel to listeners of the program.

“Bernard continues to provide fantastic content and insight to the poker world,” said Tana Karn, president of “RunGood has always been happy to support The Bernard Lee Poker Show as he has supported the company as one of RunGood’s ambassadors for nearly a decade. Congratulations Bernard to another incredible milestone.”

Lee is also a poker writer for and Metrowest Daily News. Lee’s latest book, Poker Satellite Success, was released in 2021 and is published by D&B Poker. Lee’s other two books, The Final Table, Volume I and Volume II are compilations of the Sunday Boston Herald poker columns he wrote for seven years. Lee is also a poker instructor, has commentated for the World Series of Poker, and is a former co-host of’s weekly online poker show ESPN Inside Deal.

If you would like to qualify for the contest follow Lee’s Twitter account BernardLeePoker, and retweet or like the contest announcements. You can also subscribe to his YouTube channel, or follow him on Instagram BernardLeePoker.