Monthly Archives: May 2008
Not all of them are obvious. It can be as hard as a read at a tough poker table.
No, this isn’t my weekly homage to Fuel55. It is Day 1 of 55 poker tournaments that are being held in an obscure meadow in an underpopulated
Linda and Glenda wax poetic over Donkeys. That may be valid or not. Here, I’m not always sure. We three tend toward the 7 card games and early aggression often prices in drawing hands. And decent hands can also backdoor … Continue reading
That’d probably mean you’re sitting on a bluff. Yes, I do that on occasion too. Unlike some though, I don’t try to make it a livelihood. It a selective, situational activity. The goal isn’t to outjism the other guy. The … Continue reading
and it is a big three day one with Indy in the mix. I’ve gone to time trials and race. It is an experience you should have once. Especially the race. It is an all night party in the street … Continue reading
Linda said to answer in the blog. I got to thinking about all she’s putting out there
No, this isn’t a visit to the mall. Nor is it a release of my ranking system for poker players. Nor does it have anything to do with that new GPS for your car. It is a bit more basic.
I’ll get the poker part out of the way first. The darn random number generator at PokerStars is mistaking me for Linda. I have a cooler from hell. Sets and straights are costing me money. My losses on those darn … Continue reading
Boxers or briefs make me no nevermind. Aaron has an article up outline a strategy relating to M being a low value — IE the short stack. M is a Harrington term that divides the cost of a tournament round … Continue reading
OK, I know I come up with weird titles but at the ragged edge here, right? Actually, Clearspine is a fellow I’ve run into in our forum and had some fun with. I like the term eclectic