Thursday, July 26, 2007

Laak beats computer. World rests.

It was a hard-fought game, but man just edged it over machine in what was billed as the "First Man-Machine Poker Championship." Phil Laak, also known as the Unabomber, and Ali Eslani battled it out against Polaris, a software program, for a purse of $50,000. Click for a closer view all the details.

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Wednesday, July 25, 2007

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Monday, July 23, 2007

Take a Day Trip

Take a Day Trip

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one year later...

So, one year later I check back into the poker blogging community. It's a shame that I've take this long off, and now that poker in the US is a bit more difficult (online at least), I can't say that I'll have tons to post about. In any case....

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Friday, June 09, 2006

Random post:

Jet Engine VW Bug:

Pretty groovy.

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Thursday, December 01, 2005

Casino Bonus fun - Free $200 to wager with at

I found out about this on the PSO forums a few minutes ago, and is working like a charm. aka Casino-on-Net is offering a 100% signup bonus up to $200 that will immediately be deposited into your account.

Sign up here (even if you've had a pacific poker account, you can still do this).
Click on the banner for 100% up to $200
Deposit $200
Play ONE hand of blackjack for $1
Withdraw you $199 back to your credit card or Neteller account.
Wait 5-7 days to make sure that your Neteller deposit has cleared.
Log back into and you'll have $200 in your account.

Now, the caveat is that you CANNOT withdraw that $200 until you've wagered 20x or 50x (depending on how you deposit money) of that bonus....


You can withdraw any amount you win over $200.

So if you wager $50 on blackjack, and win.... You can withdraw that $50 into Neteller and still have the $200 left in your account to wager with.

If you want to read up about it, check out this post at PSO :

I'd appreciate you signing upthrough me should you do so.

Thanks and good luck!

Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Junk Snail Mail

So I've been getting a lot of junk mail at work these days, and have decided to fight back a bit.

Yesterday, I got 5 credit card offers from the same company, all addressed to different people. So I took each offer, shredded the application, and stuffed the shredded application back into the "return envelope". It wasn't pretty as there was tons of shreds hanging out of the envelope, but the great thing is that the credit card company has to pay for these letters because they have pre-authorized it with the return envelope.

The great thing is that they'll have no clue who it's coming from.

I hate all junk mail, but via the internet and the post office.