Monthly Archives: June 2008
Well, Scotty Nguyen outlast, outplayed, outchipped a cast of 148. I didn’t ‘watch’ and I’m glad I wasn’t the poor working stiff that got the PokerNews assignment. I imagine those poor souls are walking into walls at the moment.
Maybe we need one of those guidebooks to ID players. It might be more interesting/useful than some of the poker books for sale on Amazon. My one for birds doesn’t work for poker. I’ve never seen a Ruby Throated Hummer … Continue reading
All my troubles seemed so far away Now it looks as though they’re here to stay
On FullTilt, you’ll often see the high limit PLO table is red. It indicates that the pros are having another wizzing contest. David Benyamine is often in the group and always one of the more aggressive players at the table. … Continue reading
You can’t beat the memories you gave-a me … With His blessings from above Serve it generously with love
Nowhere is that more apparent than in the hallowed halls of our congress. It was fun attaching the UIGEA to the ports bill. It was fun offloading responsibility from government to the private sector
Well, Iggy won a spot in ‘The Big One
They are known for their 28 flavors. Too often I end up at a just chocolate or vanilla Dairy Queen. The B-R in our area is in the next town in an unattractive strip mall that I avoid for some … Continue reading
Want to mention a couple of neat but nerdy items today. Then, a bit of poker stuff.
OK, there was Tim Russert and a loss to journalism and a man of standards. He didn’t shy from sticking a pin in the pols and then looking at them under the microscope.