Hello Las Vegas!
My blog has been up for about a month now, and I feel like it's going to do great. Las Vegas Resilience was created to express the economic rebound of our great City! I hope that you will follow my blog so that you can keep up-to-date on important issues and events.
I will be presenting one or two featured blogs that will contain information on a different business,…Continue
As mentioned in my first entry, my job was being eliminated. I also posted that I work for a good company. Well now I have been promoted to a regional position. Good for cash flow, bad for poker experiment as far as live game action. Good news is I will be traveling to Florida (live poker) Mobile Alabama (Biloxi Baby) and Louisville Kentucky (live games?).
"It is case it was better to be good than lucky"
more to come.....
Added by Keaton1000 on April 21, 2012 at 3:08pm — No Comments
I have always been what I consider a breakeven player with a slight advantage on some nights that make up winnings. Quite honestly I win a lot of hands and lose just a few less.
So here is what I have changed at the cash table.
1.Instead of my usual 3 hr session time I have adopted this stategy. Game over as soon as I double up or close there after.
2. Instead of playing solid at first, building a lead, then using the lead to gamble in an attempt to win bigger hands with…Continue
7 days ago while chatting in the OTR room after the late Thursday night game the subject of cash games come up. A member shared with me a place that I could play locally and test my skills.
Recently my job of 17 years has been targeted for elimination. I work for a good company and have been offered a transfer but I am considering changing to poker as a profession. My goal on this blog is to document this journey and answer the question for myself. I also hope to provide…Continue
First game starts at 9:30 pm on Hog Wild.. quick blind structure for teh short attention spanned among us
Added by Richard Southard AKA NYCEsq2012 on April 19, 2012 at 8:43pm — No Comments
"What does poker break down to in the long run? Most of the money you make comes from somebody's mistakes. Good players also make mistakes, but they make fewer of them." T. J.Cloutier
Added by holdupman48 on April 4, 2012 at 6:40pm — No Comments
I have read several books where they say, "Embrace The Bad Beat." If you are getting bad beats this means you are getting your money in as a favorite. The job of a poker player is to get your money in good and make your opponent make mistakes. So if you are getting bad beats you are doing your job and you shouldn't be upset.
I started a little monthly poker league in 2005. There is a 24 player limit and we toss in $20.00 and we have had the same guys playing…
Added by John Bigg Poker Fan on April 1, 2012 at 1:00am — No Comments
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