This night, I had a special feeling. More than a chance, I thought to myself. A chance to win.
When you are playing poker, you are reading other poker players. In funeral service, when meeting with families as the funeral director; you need to be able to read people.
If you’re wondering who I am and why you haven’t heard of me, that’s because I’m still a nobody. At least, a nobody to the published world…
Katy Perry was right, after all. You’re up then you’re down…
I recently launched the physical copy of my book, “The Game of Life and Poker: The Lessons I Learned On and Off the Felt.” It’s available on Amazon, or for a signed copy complete with […]
Mike Sexton was someone to look up to, if ever there was in the poker world. I just cannot say enough good things about the man.
Poker has long been a love of mine. It’s also been a passion. A living. A way of life, many times over. Poker is something I will always be drawn to, whether I am in […]
We’re told that patience is a virtue, that good things come to those who wait. In poker, and in life, slowing things down can be a good thing.
As the saying goes, “So you live, to die another day…” And it’s true. Oh, it’s damn true.