The dreams are still running but distorted lately, I’m not in the stress mode of trying to get to work or deal a game, although Jennifer Harman, my ex-husband poker player, and a few others are popping into the dreams, they’ve taken on a different texture lately. But in the meantime, the dreams of thousands of others are kicking off tomorrow in Las Vegas as the WSOP brings the pros, wannabes, newbs, and everything in between into Sin City.
Well maybe not all…but a lot. Get ready to find out where ‘the professor’ has been the last two years (not necessarily physically, DingDong) and perhaps what his next move is – or isn’t going to be.
For work reasons and pure poker interest I’ve followed a lot of the World Series of Poker on WSOP.com and PokerNews Live Reporting. Continue reading The Land of the Equalizer – Poker
I was on my third day of labor pains, lying in a bed in the labor ward of the hospital in Grangeville ID, it was awful. A lot of puking going on, pain to the max, and it was a long, long time ago. The short version is that at 11:28 p.m., on a Tuesday, I had a boy weighing in at 6 lbs 15 1/2 oz. Dan! Happy Birthday! Continue reading 45 years ago today