I feel like writing today, but cannot decide what to say. Writer’s block? Some ideas: World Series of Poker The 2018 WSOP starts in 34 days. I wrote some predictions … Continue reading Writer’s Block
In my previous post of 2018 WSOP predictions, I predicted that profits harvested by cryptocurrency speculators will be one factor driving an increased turnout for this year’s WSOP Main Event. … Continue reading Poker, Cryptocurrency and Unicorns
The 2018 World Series of Poker isn’t too far around the corner, with the annual festival of 78 official gold bracelet events kicking off May 29th. After participating each of … Continue reading WSOP Predictions – 2018
Yesterday I was hanging out with two poker friends, talking poker talk and gossip. One of them, who for purposes of this blog post I’ll call “Melanie,” mentioned that she … Continue reading Why Avoid the Bad Players?
Passed along from a friend at the WSOP: Player #1: “What’s the difference between a poker pro and an extra large pizza?” Player #2: “I don’t know, what?” Player #1: “The … Continue reading What’s the Difference?
This is a guest entry from Ken Adams, who I got to know and like at the WSOP last month. He was there for about a week, went back home, … Continue reading WSOP Main Event – guest entry
I didn’t last very long in the WSOP Bracelet event in which I played. Event 42 seemed just right for me, with a $1,500 buy-in (fully funded by winning my … Continue reading WSOP Highlights
Just busted out of my first ever WSOP bracelet event. Event #42 this year was a $1,500 buy-in, no limit Texas Holdem tournament, with extended blind levels. All of the … Continue reading WSOP Event 42 review
In a few days, I’m heading to Las Vegas for my first trip ever (can you say… Bucket List?) to the World Series of Poker. I will be playing in … Continue reading Gotta Win the Races