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If you play poker at all, either recreationally or for a living, you inevitably will develop a love/hate relationship with the cards themselves. Sometimes, they're so good to you; others, they break your heart. As we all know, though, it's not the cards at fault. They're just inanimate objects that sometimes, even, can be turned into spectacular pieces of art.
The highly-awaited kickboxing match between Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier and Lex "RaSZi" Veldhuis finally went down in Marbella, Spain, earlier today.
As I sat at my parents' house next to my only sister, I asked her what I should write in my blog, as I wanted to post something about Thanksgiving. She suggested (being the intelligent person that she is <3) that I should make a list of things that I am thankful for. So here it goes.
Hey everyone! Well, I'm back in Las Vegas and off to a running start. Getting in from Philadelphia on a Sunday I went straight to the gym, then an appointment with Terry (my suntan guru), and finally crashed on top of the bed with my clothes and shoes on!
The other night I took a dark and twisted journey, to a place where few dare to tread, a journey so terrifying you wouldn't believe it if I told you, and if I did give you the details, your mind would simply be destroyed by the maddening implications of what would be unleashed.
You or your buddy have just won a WSOP Bracelet! Hooray! Awesome! It's time to celebrate and blow some of that cash you won. The only decision left is how to blow the largest amount of money in the most efficient way possible on some top quality booze! Anybody can go into a night club and order up several bottles of booze for hundreds of dollars a piece but you just won a bracelet it's time to step up your game.
Vegas is like a huge, hungry, monster, 50 feet tall, with a sculpture of the Eiffel tower for its nose, whose eyes are replaced by 3 sevens that periodically whizz round every time you push a bill into its flat, flashing-with-lights, mouth.
A vacation in Vegas can be a ton of fun. If you're anything like most people, you would have probably set aside a few dollars to gamble with before coming. The only problem is what to do when you've lost it all on pai gow on your first night and you have three more days to kill. You don't have to be rich to enjoy Las Vegas. There are plenty of things to do that won't cost you an arm and a leg.
One of my favorite bands always blasted in my ears during some heated heads-up matches is Thousand Foot Krutch.
So, you wanna move to Vegas, but your poker skills aren't quite there yet. You're going to need a job. It's no secret that Las Vegas' only business is printing money, and there is plenty of it to go around. The only problem is: what are you going to do when you get here?
I'd planned on arriving to compete in the World Series of Poker when the events began. But instead I'm here in my home state of Delaware preparing for possible jury duty.
For this article, I wanted to explore some of the culinary delights awaiting anyone lucky enough to be visiting Vegas. There are a plethora of new experiences lying in wait to tempt the tastebuds of the intrepid traveler, and the massive and varied volume of choice available definitely merits a bit of exploration and exposition. First though, a little expansion on my own culinary background.
Many of my closest friends are not going to like this. I've wagered on the Republican Party to win the 2008 presidential election.
Yesterday was the last day I allowed myself to grieve over some personal issues going on in my life. This past month has been quite difficult and life-changing.
Spring is in the air and we all should be just about ready to shake off that winter gloom.
Last month I found myself on my way back to Atlantic City. Arriving at the Philadelphia airport, I waited patiently outside for the driver.
Last time I promised to tell more about my trip that led me through three continents. In this blog, I'll detail my journey to Australia and Asia for my sponsor 888.com.
Hey everyone! I'm excited to be blogging here at PokerListings. I feel like 2008 is going to be a big year for me and I can't wait to share all my experiences with y'all.
In the next couple of updates here on my PL.com blog I'll fill you in on what I've been up to the last couple of weeks: traveling around the globe.
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