Well, what got me into poker. Honestly, my buddy played a $1 tournament on Poker Stars, he won it. Then he played the Sunday Million the next day and he turned in $27,000. So $1 to $27,000 is kind of like a little wake up call. Like, "Hey, I can spend nothing and win this amount of money." So that could change your life. $1, you know what I mean. That's what really got me in to poker. And to get me to the next level, I don't know, I still don't feel like I'm there actually, it's weird. I'm just like a poker dealer. I play recreationally. I'm not a huge player, like a pro, like these guys. I don't think I'm at that next level yet. I got a backup. I'm just fortunate enough to know someone. And so, it's not like that kind of story. I'm not going to take my one shot or anything. But yeah, even at $500, I'm nervous to play that much money. Even a $1000, I've never tried it out, because it's out of my price range, to be honest. I just got lucky enough. My buddy was pretty excited for me as well as everyone else. Which is awesome. For Foosball, is a thing I started when I was seven. It's a big passion of my life and I decided to stick with it. I'm really one of the best in the world. I don't like to say it, but it's kind of cool being the best. And I was the best for about four or five years. I was ranked number one and that's just a super accomplishment. It's cool knowing that you are one of the best in the world at anything. It's a cool thing. The money in Foosball is not there, but it is still a great passion and winning is an unbelievable feeling. But poker is a life changing experience. Even at this point, you know, at $730,000, I was cashing out and someone said, "You have $730,000 in your account." And I was like, "Is this real life? This is insane." So it's already a life changer. Now I get to pay back some people who helped me out, especially my mom. It will be awesome to just set her off for life and not have her worry anymore. I have a lot of support and friends who do a lot of things for me. I'm very fortunate with people who I have chosen to be friends. I get to help them out now. It's an amazing feeling. To be honest, competitiveness is not actually in my bones. I know it's strange, I'm not a competitive person in general. So winning would be an amazing thing. But I'm not going to feel like I lost if I don't win. To me, I feel like I've won already. I want to progress and I'm going to try to progress, but no, this is already next level for me. Winning would be completely amazing. If I take the second I'm pretty sure I would be just as happy to be honest.