Monthly Archives: July 2007
Instead of reading this post with the mind-set of “Jesus, Speaker’s talking about losing at poker again. I can’t stand it,” it might be more palatable if you enjoy the fly on the wall aspect of watching lousy people play … Continue reading
I signed on to Full Tilt last night to check out the action in the Battle of the Bloggers Freeroll and…well…I’m an addict, so I decided to play some myself, since I didn’t qualify for the A-List Tourney. And I … Continue reading
For about a month now, I’ve been searching in vain for some results at the poker tables. My play? Comes and goes. Good and not so good. But the results? Universally horrible.
What is the odds this gets posted? What is me repeating the number of scotchs drunk because I’m wasted? What is my new favorite tournament on Full Tilt?
Congratulations are in order for the charitable Jerry Yang for his win in the World Series of Poker Main Event. By all appearances, he provides a nice counter-point to last year’s champion in the humility department. He’s also from my … Continue reading
I’m about ready to snap. It’s been a terribly difficult week for a number of reasons and right now I feel like my nerve endings are poised for a freak out of monumental proportions. One I’ll be very embarrassed by … Continue reading
The Gold Coast is less a casino than a corner pub. Vegas locals leap from table to table, greeting the dealers by name. The usual, please.
Those of you who have read me for a long time will know that I’m all about the group. Selfless. Community-oriented. Unlike other (read: better) poker players, I am not about to keep a good thing a secret. Which is … Continue reading