Monthly Archives: March 2007
The World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling is out and we won … well sorta.
Today, (Wed) was a good day playing HORSE at both Full Tilt and Ultimate Bet. That’s an occasion. I hadn’t been running all that well. Felt good! Tripled up on Tilt. Came close to doubling on Bet. But, that isn’t … Continue reading
My last blog detailed playing what many Internet players would consider a Donk’s approach. And, there are at least two side to any issue. After doing the article, I got a bit of concurrence from a couple of pros.
OK, I see the slipping readership over my HORSE series. So, lets go back to tournament Hold’em. I’d like to talk about early tournament play.
Well, it is again the weekend. Time to lighten up and say, ‘Hey!’ again to our friend Jon Stewart’s great Internet piece. There is a lot of truth in satire.
In ring play, I am seeing a lot of people going off. My earlier post talked about not tapping the glass. Some people are going beyond tapping and trying to shatter the glass.
The great state of Louisiana
Well, my personal list could turn this blog into something rivaling Gibbon’s The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire in length. (It is 6 large volumes.) I think I’ve made them all over my poker career. But one stands … Continue reading
The old line is that the camel is a horse that was put together by a committee. The version HORSE that I am playing seems to be CAMEL.
Grubby’s encounter with a funding mechanism has inspired me to mention that I was drug screaming to a different one at TonyG. It is ePassporte. (What’s with these names?) And, I now have a ‘virtual’ Visa. It was fairly painless.