Monthly Archives: January 2008
Like the corners of my mind Misty water-colored memories Of the way we were.
At least the public version with audited everything. Last night finished the company’s public front. No need to expect major changes or any form of reporting.
It was the $50K HORSE that set a lot of people on the path to the world beyond Texas Hold’em. That did it for me. I never really got a handle on the high-low side of the game. Or if … Continue reading
Got this as an email. Interesting, I guess. It is one of those things we seldom pay attention to and, when we do, we can make it more important than it is. Suitable for one of my weekend post. Sorry … Continue reading
Iggy’s blog riles against Absolute and the fiasco in the wings that online poker has staring it in its face. Of course it’d have been better if it hadn’t started out with a replacement for Jim Garrison being quoted. But, … Continue reading
<> is programmer talk for not equal. As a programmer, you deal in absolutes. Computers are designed to function in such a manner. At the limit tables I am frequenting, the decision tree is far more obscure. I try to … Continue reading
God we are smart. If we aren’t, well, a book or two will get us there. We learn all about implied odds and post oak bets and the check raise. We see ourselves as level 2 or level 3 thinkers
I’ve got another post about poker that I am working on. In the meantime I’m reading the site. We’ve got some good stuff up. On the weekends, traffic
And, it is caucus day in Los Vegas. The Unions are supposed to have rigged the caucus activity so that they are happening right in the casinos. Got a joke in that area in the email. I’d throw in … Continue reading
A young player is trying to get a handle on freerolls in the Chasing Chris blog here. I think she’s making strong improvements. Today, she vented on the unfairness of it all