Monthly Archives: March 2009
If you read yesterday’s post, you know that I had a sweet, magical run at a .05-.10 NLHE table.
Every once in awhile, you get those tourneys or ring games where it all works out…..
No, not the legendary country music show with Buck Owens and Roy Clark, but the quality of my play in a SCOOP satellite that was unjustly rewarded.
When it was still winter, it was 78 degrees here in the People’s Republic of Boulder.
A bit of poker (playing and reviewing), a dash of March Madness (I keep trying to get interested), a pinch of the World Baseball Classic (for a National pastime, it sure seems the Asians take it a lot more seriously, … Continue reading
Maybe, just maybe, if alma mater Dartmouth, or my hometown CU, or even my former local Iowa Hawkeyes were in the tournament, I’d be jazzed about it.
You would think that, being the most frequent reviewer of books for this site, I would actually LEARN something from all that reading.
I think that Poker Stars’ spring tournament series, with each game having three separate buy-ins for low, medium and high stakes players, is a brilliant idea.
I got an email from Full Tilt Poker
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