A Little About the B Team Crew
Court got his start on the media side of the industry and has always balanced the poker playing side of his life with the business side. He started as a one man show doing everything from chip counts and tournament updates to marketing and sales for PocketFivesLive before joining the startup team at PokerRoad.
As PokerRoad grew as a company Court took on more and more roles including being a fill in host for the flagship PokerRoad Radio show which then led to the regularly scheduled B-Team show with Devonshire and Fricke.
While poker is still a big part of Harrington's life he has continued to branch out into local businesses back home in North Carolina while still staying involved on the business side of the poker industry as well.
He only plans to play one poker tournament in 2015. The World Series of Poker Main Event. Cash games fit his schedule much better now and he loves to find a juicy PLO8 game.
Always great at enjoying the moment and getting the most out of life on a daily basis, Devo is always good to have around a group of poker players. When everyone else is getting down and frustrated Devo is ready to pack a cooler, head to the lake and forget all about poker for a few hours.
His current life balance includes spending months in Colorado as a rafting guide in between stints at the poker tables. He has also been an early adopter of playing Daily Fantasy Sports for profit and is setting the standard for what a professional DFS player can be.
Don't let his laid back style deceive you though, Devo is a serious and intense player, both on the felt and when building DFS lineups. He puts in the time to study, learn and improve and is always finding ways to make himself better.
With his tremendous gambling insight and adventurous life away from the tables Devo is an easy addition to any radio show.
Jimmy was one of the big name young guns when PokerRoad was first getting off the ground. He helped bridge the gap between the live pros and the online guys and his quick wit and in depth poker knowledge made him a must have for the radio shows. As the talent started to pile up faster than the PokerRoad team could get their hands on microphones,
The decision was easy to split off into two separate shows and the PokerRoad B-Team was born. When the show was being planned everyone agreed that Fricke was a must have regular to balance out the sometimes dry Harrington and to make sure that Devo and Court didn't spend the whole show talking about going to the lake.
While Jimmy still has the respect of the poker community his new project is earning accolades as well. His food blog about the Las Vegas restuarant scene can be found at www.JimmyEatsVegas.com and has led many a Vegas visitor to have the best meal of their life. He is continuing to grow and expand his role as a food blogger and restaurant critic and everyone is expecting big things.