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.
I wanted to title this Will
the y or won’t the y? because there are more than singles here, there are multiples. Continue reading Will he or won’t he?
I’m sure that no matter how much I put into this, or leave out on purpose, when I’m done, I will find something I should have said – and perhaps a better order of organization to start the ramble, but here it is. Continue reading Thinking – that could be a stand-alone mistake – Howard Lederer and Full Tilt Poker
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.
Continuing from yesterday. It’s interesting that I became involved with so many people in this chain of creating The Professor. Most of my emails and conversations were with Rick. I saw Howard Lederer when I went to a ‘shoot’ location and the cameras were ready to roll. But there were other people involved in the production away from the videos and poker fantasy camps. Continue reading A Visit to the Past with Howard Lederer II
Now and then a forgotten memory floating down a long distant brain spark happens to explode into full view again as it snags on a present thought. I’ll blame it on watching the Deep Space Nine series on Netflix. Continue reading A Visit to the Past with Howard Lederer
Andy played Todd and Howard. He lost. From what I heard, he’s going home. He may play again today but I believe he’s done for now. Continue reading “Well, he can afford it!”
He’s back. Andy’s been playing $10,000-$20,000 in a rematch against the best of the best in 1 on 1 Freeze-out, Holdem contests. They had him 6 for 6 from a contest earlier this year. I’m not sure how he did in the 1st match with Howard L. I dealt 1 down of that. The following day Andy played Jennifer, heard he beat her.