Author Archives: linda
I played only one tournament on Monday – 7 stud 8 or better, and managed 3rd place out of it.
is a term we used to use for sliding backward at a rapid rate when we had a game beat and then hit a rush of cards that sent our chip stacks on a death spiral.
that poker is long term when you are fading the daily grind.
It starts as a road and eventually turns into a twisting trail, filled with overhanging, thorny brush, rocks that turn into boulders, and then disappears somewhere out in a wasteland that sucks the light out of life and laughs at … Continue reading
When it comes down to the end of life’s long session of poker – or poker’s long session of life – it’s all about finding hands you can’t play. Think about it! We always think we’re running bad when we’re … Continue reading
I won my bankroll playing micro limits – tournaments and mainly 7 card stud 8 or better. My peak was at $517 or somewhere in there. Right now it’s about $330ish give or take a buck. I’ve tried tripping into … Continue reading
I played NLH and Razz yesterday.
I have been so busy lately that I haven’t had time to play poker. Really, Really! I believe yesterday was the first time I’ve logged into PokerStars to dip my toes in the fish filled shark infested waters in a … Continue reading
Here are the reasons I love poker -
A song by MC Hammer, one I really like I might add: