Monthly Archives: November 2006
I have a neighbor that is bipolar. It isn’t a pleasant thing for him or me; he won’t take the meds. Poker, on the other hand, can reward bipolar play in the right situations.
Our blogging friend, Michael Craig obsessed a bit in a recent blog. He busted out a pro , Keith Sexton, and attracted a fan base similar to his professional friend, Mike the Mouth.
We are entering the season of reflection. Badblood’s recent post really emphasizes an important aspect that we can let get away from us in turning poker into ‘something more’ and losing in the process.
that is Tracy … not Chaney.
Who or what the U.S. is has been a reoccurring theme that plays out every day here and abroad. The world is asking that question more than ever before as the U.S. retains the dubious distinction of being ‘the last … Continue reading
Well, I have a turkey breast in the oven with dressing, sweet potatoes sweetened with pure maple syrup , and the fridge holds my mom’s version of home-made cranberry relish. Friend stopping down to eat. So I’ll make this a … Continue reading
I wrote about changing gears early on. Today, I want to go more into this interesting topic from more of a ring perspective. At times we inadvertently change our game because we are underwater or, more pleasantly, winning. But, the … Continue reading
Actually, I’m not a big beer drinker in general; but, do have a lager with a pizza or nice, greasy tacos. Guinness though is a syrupy abomination that’s main ingredient has to be syrup of ipecac. (Now I’ve lost the … Continue reading
Daniel Negreanu had a bit of a rant in his Full Contact blog. I don’t have a problem with his complaints about Foxwood and their setup, but…
With Neteller being up-in-the-air over how long they will participate in funding poker sites, there are questions about the future.