A video recording of the session is available here on the Skills Matter website.
Robert Hardy did the preparation work for this presentation in his
poker_pandas GitHub repository. There you will find all the snippets of code that were used during the session, as well as the full commit history showing how Robert went through the process of finding the most suitable data structures for the analysis (Python lists, Pandas Series and DataFrames).
For recent FSQ meetings Robert has been using Trello to structure the presentation. For this session the Trello board is publicly viewable. It contains all the links that got a mention and a few more (for example, links to U of Alberta deparment that is very interesting). Go have a look!