For last few years, Scott Huff has been a lot involved in radio poker scene than anyone else in the game. Scott Huff initially got involved with this world as the poker tournament reporter for the CardPlayer and later the CardPlayer wanted him for the radio show idea. But later Huff had to go back to L.A. for his personal life. But Scot Huff was the one, who never let poker go out of mind. He even did spend his free time in the poker radio show of the site PokerRoad.com, which belongs to Barry Greenstein and Joe Sebok.
Scott Huff expressed how he came back to the world with the Big Poker Sundays. He said that Joe Sebok took initiative in this and he wanted Huff for hosting the show, as Huff thought it like an AM sport-talk kind of show of poker. They also had other names in their minds for co-hosting the show along with Scott Huff. Later on, Scot Huff went for Justin Shronk, an old intern, whom he has known for a long time in the past, during his circuit days. And Justin came up with the name Haralabos Voulgaris, who was capable of presenting a funny episode with his unmatched wit. In the year 2011, Scott Huff replaced Chris Rose in the second season of PokerStars Big Game.
At present time, Scot Huff keeps himself busy in the poker world with full attention, by hosting Poker2Nite, Two Jacks in the Hole and The Poker Beat. Scot even makes occasional guest appearances on the PokerRoad Radio. Unlike the other poker players Scot Huff mostly spent his time behind the Poker shows of this world and even though he had to change his path in between, he managed to come back to the poker world in any circumstances.