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I didn't play last night...Instead, my wife and I sat down and watched back to back to back episodes of 24. Believe it or not, it's nice to step away from the tables and relax for a bit. I'm generally one of those people that needs to be doing two or three things at once, which makes nights like last night a rarity and a pleasure.

I think I'll revert to Stage 1 for a bit here and give a few shout-outs.

First, I've picked up a couple more affiliates: Full Tilt Poker and PartyPoker.

If you haven't played at Full Tilt, you're missing out. The site is clean, the sign-up bonus is great, and, most importantly, many of your favourite bloggers play there regularly. I have not played there yet, but I will when the fear of losing my roll to Al or Pauly in a good game of PLO dissipates. I have heard that the ring games can be tough, but what's the point of playing poker unless you're ready to learn and improve your skills against better opponents?

And PartyPoker...Intertops was gobbled up by Party and they are now one and the same. I can't say anything about PartyPoker that hasn't already been said elsewhere. Loose games, easy money, and lots of tournaments.

And while you're at it, don't forget about Interpoker and TigerGaming. There is lots of money to be made at both these places - I'm living proof.

Little overboard there, eh? Let me pass the focus back to my fellow bloggers out there desperate for hits:


  • The Randomness of Hoff is a good read. Follow iamhoff in his quest to beat the $10 SNGs at PokerStars while avoiding tilt from the dreaded 97 offsuit...

  • Alan over at The Silent 4 is in the process of building his bankroll much like me. However, he's got a little more experience under his belt than I do and has Alan's Rules to show for it. Go check it out...

  • Dr. Pauly just posted some simple rules for playing PLO (pot limit Omaha). I think I'll give them a try this weekend.

  • Matt just got back from the Bahamas and is now crushing the $40/$80 games at Paradise Poker.

  • Kent is in the process of taking his money out of Casino.net and is looking to broaden his empire. Where will he go next? I have no idea...

  • And don't forget Al, Felicia and the other bloggers out there.


So, are you wishing you could get the last 5 minutes of your life back? Me too...

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Man - work is kicking my ass today...

On a positive note, though, Falstaff's informed me that the low-limit ring games at Full Tilt are not as rough as I've been led to believe. So maybe I'll get a chance to work on a good 100% deposit bonus in the near future!

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One more pimp for the day: check out drewspop over at Hometown Poker. He's new to the blogger scene and giving it his all.

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I almost forgot, I'm picking up my books from the post office tonight! Sweet!

I've got lots of reading to do and lots of winning to do too. I'm about $120 off pace to hit my $5K bankroll goal by New Year's Eve 2006. So, I'll finish reading these books and hope that they transform me into the greatest player ever.

I am hoping to start playing at a level where I can start clearing these damned bonuses quickly. Seriously, it should not take me 40 hours to clear a $90 bonus. I only worry that when the time comes that where I clear $100 bonuses in a few hours, I'll be playing at such a high level that the bonus will be inconsequential.

What I'm trying to say is that I want free money...all the time... I don't have anything that I want to buy right now...

...well except for a house...

...and a lamborghini...

...that name always cracks me up - sounds like some sort of f*cked up pasta...

...I drive a Hyundai Accent...no wonder I blog...

6 comments:

Falstaff said...

Don't sweat it, the micro tables at Full Tilt are as soft as anywhere else, and the Razz tables are soft all the way up to $2/$4, which is as high as I've played.

Klopzi said...

That's good to know - I may give them a try then. Full Tilt has some good deposit bonuses that I still haven't taken advantage of. Again, I'm told it's a little difficult to clear the bonuses at the micro-limits - but I think that's true of any site out there.

drewspop said...

Hey, thanks for stopping by yesterday. You are pretty much, assuredly the first to stop by and definitely the first to comment.

Klopzi said...

My pleasure...it's really tough starting out. It took me 3 months to get my first 200 hits and things are still pretty slow around here.

Just keep at it and the readers will come.

huma said...

Hey klopzi, I like your style. Affiliate links and major pimpage.

I think I'm doing pretty well - well past my first 200 hits already! I've even had a couple of amazon clickthroughs. If this keeps up I can soon quit playing $5 sng's altogether and live off my blog earnings.

Klopzi said...

Huma, if it weren't for the affiliate links and pimpage, there'd be very little of interest to draw readers in.

I have 0 click-throughs, 0 affiliate signups and I make about $2/day playing poker: life is good!

Thanks for the comment - always nice to find out someone else is reading this.