Monthly Archives: August 2007
It was a session that had me quickly down almost -$750, but I was able to claw back to a loss slightly under -$300.
I’ve been doing more of these deep-dives into my sessions, so here is a look at a huge turnaround from yesterday during a four-tabling hour or so on PokerStars.
In the event that anyone thinks it’s a good idea to head to a regular underground card room, read this harrowing story from G-Vegas about one of the regular stops being held up.
I live in the ATL, so I would be remiss if I didn’t address today’s hot story, the guilty plea by Michael Vick.
I reached PlatinumStar VIP on PokerStars this weekend but reached it by erasing all my winnings from the month.
I just had a new article go up on the top women tournament players since WSOP 2006 (including that World Series). I started looking at it when I realized that one of the best women in poker, Jennifer Harman, wasn’t … Continue reading
As many of you know, I’m in the midst of transitioning from being one of the top LHE players on my cul-de-sac to a non-busto online NLHE. In the process, I’ve focused on 6-max NLHE on PokerStars, playing $0.25/0.50 up … Continue reading
I’m starting a recurring series of looking at a session as I explore my growth in 6-max NLH. I’ll work through some of my perceptions as well as decisions along the way.
I’d clawed and clawed my way up headed to a big winning weekend but losing big hands is not normally the way to lead to success.