Monthly Archives: August 2006
I had deposited a couple hundred dollars on a fringe site a couple of months ago, before the World Series. It had an outrageous bonus, and I was going to see if it was possible to get the bonus. Well … Continue reading
I’ve had a little flurry of play the last couple days, with a game going while I work on some work stuff. I’m really a limit holdem player at my core, but I’ve been experimenting with Razz more as well … Continue reading
Sweetie and I were talking over the weekend about how blessed we are to have three healthy, great boys. A couple weeks ago, Mookie posted about another boy who isn’t so lucky.
When I played in the Mook last week, fuel55 was railbirding a bit after busting out then said that he was at a $10/20 NLHE game. “I like to test myself an hour or two a week at that level … Continue reading
Web traffic drops dramatically on the weekends as most people surf at work rather than work diligently at their jobs. So I’m posting my ill-timed stupid play today, hoping no one will read it.
If there is anything sure to prevent people from reading a post, I’m guessing this title will do it. Still, I’ll push forward to see if anyone can help me figure out some stuff. But let me begin with my … Continue reading
On the felt twice, maybe three times actually if you add one in early. This was a battle for me, the first blogger tourney I had played in for awhile. Third place was the result at the Mook (you can … Continue reading
Last night was the start of our weekly World Series Main Event on ESPN. Thanks to the joys of TiVo, I watched it after putting the boys to bed. I sent Sweetie to the movie for a break, where she … Continue reading
In honor of Doug Kim, 7th place at this year’s WSOP Main Event, here’s to his beloved Yankees sweeping the Boston Red Sox in a five game series. That is five (5) games. In Boston.
I finally got some much needed sleep over the weekend, including ten hours last night. I’d tried to finish my 45-SNG events but couldn’t get them all in. Congrats to Johnny Mac for taking down the event.