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Big Overlays Make Me Sick

Fifteen years after the poker boom, there are not, for various reasons, 2000 players who want to play a €5k buyin, $10milly gtd live event, even in a dream destination; the foot votes are in.

The Kassouf Disappointment

The news about Kassouf has really upset me. I wrote this a couple of years ago about how I think he’s a massive twat, but I am still shocked to hear that he robbed off a mate. I’m really confused... Continue Reading →

The Shart Of The Deal: Wiping Up Sloppy Chops

I’m very sure this is going to be one of those blogs where I weigh in on something I don’t understand because I don’t play poker at a level where chops I’m involved in have any real value. No lives... Continue Reading →

Party Time: Off The Clock

I set up some tournaments on my little skin on the MPN network the other day. It had been a long night before that day in the office as I misguidedly went for cocktails with David Lappin and his lady,... Continue Reading →

Love Fish: Hate Angling

Another week, another high-profile angle-shoot. My therapist has just helped me get over the audacity of Alec Torelli’s video regarding his “not an angle-shoot” angle-shoot on PNIA, and now I have to deal with an angle-shoot incident from British poker... Continue Reading →

Don’t Get Coolered, You C***

This blog was inspired by this video, Selbst v Baumann in the WSOP ME. It’s a good hand if you haven’t seen it already: https://youtu.be/Dd_VJ6l29-k   I advocate studying poker, if you want to make a profit, or even just... Continue Reading →

The Maltese Job

My blog’s been quiet for a while, because I’ve moved countries and got a “proper job”. I’ve been really touched by the (many more than I could have expected!) emails and messages asking me to fire it up again, I... Continue Reading →

High-Stakes Pros: Lazy And Greedy?

“Poker players are telling the media what is and isn’t acceptable, and that’s not acceptable. They are using intimidation tactics to cut out the tongue of the press.” – Lee Davy (full article here).   For the first time ever,... Continue Reading →

UnibetOpen Bucharest: After The Event

I returned from UnibetOpen Bucharest on Monday, and I was going to write this yesterday but I was so exhausted, I had to sleep all day. I’ve been drunk three times in the last eighteen months, and two of those... Continue Reading →

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