Monthly Archives: June 2007
Probably not the full 5-years but a huge fine is likely — the Feds are seeking 100-Mil. Stephen Lawrence, a founder of Neteller, appeared to plead guilty before Judge Castel in Manhattan Federal court as part of a plea bargain … Continue reading
No, it isn’t a new poker site for US players with 110% rakeback and a 500% bonus. But it is a part of the online experience. Tony’s latest Video Blog talks about the PLO8 tournament being a fish market. Pike … Continue reading
You are in the second hour of a tournament. You have a below average stack. Time to gamble? Often the answer will be no.
The UIGEA folks said all those Neteller types could launder our money. I didn’t see any wash, rinse, repeat but it has now been disclosed that there is actual money laundering taking place. One recent transaction was for a whopping … Continue reading
It is on the way. It is newly scratched and dented. I have built computers over the years. The last Intel chip I owned was an 8080. The new computer breaks the tradition. It is the 6600 Conroe from Intel.
Remember The Paper Chase? It ran in the late 70′s as I approached later middle age. The professor was pedantic and a tee-crosser of the first order. I’m what’s best described under the term jail house lawyer, I don’t have … Continue reading
Edward Teach was also known as Blackbeard the Pirate. He sailed the Caribbean water in his ship Queen Ann’s Revenge robbing American and other shipping. The scene is set for another Caribbean pirating run. The Antigua-Barbuda bazaar may soon (relative) … Continue reading
My site selection is often after the fact. I’ll click on one of the links here to try a site to report a bit about it from time to time.
Yup, were talking about that eight-letter word that can turn into a eight-figure sum
The Indianapolis 500 is a car race. But its real fame is being an event. It shares the mystic and hype we associate with the WSOP.