Monthly Archives: November 2012

Glenn’s Online “Roadmap” Experiment

Glenn decided to take ten Step One SNG freerolls on Carbon to try out my Roadmap experiment.  You know, the modified Sklansky System to prove that “Rocks Can’t Win Anymore.” So he took some apps and put them over the … Continue reading

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Roadmap To Winning At Poker Again (Part One)

Rocks Can’t Win Anymore: Why Are You Still Playing Cards? Tap, tap, tap. “Um, excuse me, sir, but why are you still playing cards?” No, I’m not trying to put down bad players. Sure, they shouldn’t play, but I definitely … Continue reading

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Alone in Laughin-Lesbians, Bathroom Police and Maniacs

Cash Games:  Lesbians, Bathroom Police and Maniacs 2006–Glenn had to go out of state. I’m home alone. I had originally thought to take the train to LA and stay at Commerce or something. I changed my mind and decided to … Continue reading

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Five Signs You Might Just Suck at Poker

Five Signs You Might Just Suck at Poker: 1) You post the same bad beat stories and drivel year after year, yet never seem to learn anything (but always insist you were correct, no matter the circumstances) 2) You still … Continue reading

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Rocks and Maniacs

2006–Things are still going rather well. I’m playing Hold’em more than ever. The hiatus from full-time HE really did a ton of good. While I had forgotten so many things about the game, I also left behind my misery of … Continue reading

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Get Your Groove On–Laughlin Poker in 2006

Get Your Groove On Ah, back in the groove of things again. Nothing feels better than finding a niche, and letting things come together. It’s like a puzzle and you find a piece that makes other pieces stand out, and … Continue reading

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Address: Final Table

A lot of you know that my husband, Glenn, can be a machine when it comes to poker.  He makes more final tables than I can count.  Here is an old interview with him, as well as a story he … Continue reading

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