Sharing the game ....

As always on a Friday night here in Bedrock, you'll find Peb's and I over at Kat's place for a little "therapy." Last night was no different. The issue we always have when it comes to having so much fun, is who plays? There's only one 'puter in the cave and the 79 miles of dial up can be challenging enough for it. Since I played in The TuckFard Open, The Skillz game, The Mookie and the Riverchasers this week, it was a no brainer letting Pebbles take control of the click-a-ma-thing-a-ma-bob while I entertained myself in the girly chat.

As it turned out, it was a pretty good decision too! Her starting table included Hoyazo, Mookie, TanOrpheus, IslandBum, PushMonkey and Muhctim. Tough crowd! The other TuckFards were all bunched up at a table together that consisted of Butchhoward,Dino_burger, DonKaaa, Katitude, NumBono, Brudder Carson, Nutzy and Schaubs. All in all, it was great that I was on chat duty. These are some of my favorite kids to gab it up with and sometimes, just read along with their banter. An entertaining crowd at a fun event and my baby at my side, what else could this kid ask for? Oh yeah, the Scotch!

Peb's sucked out huge in the very first hand when her big-slick managed to survive against "The Bammer." She then won a coinflip with 8-4 up against 8-3 off-suit. It was her night early for sure. She went on a little card dead run for a bit and then decided it was time to raise with ATC as any good Donkamenter would. Problem was, no one would play. She pushed 3 times in a row from out of position and no one called. Weird! As we approached the first break, she pushed once more with "The 'sooted' Carson." She finally got her caller and as expected, "The Carson" was as good as presto. She flopped the top end of the straight and was well on her way to a decent stack. It was break time and she was third on the leader board.

The second hour was an up and down experience for Peb's. The stack didn't dip too low or climb too high. It was actually kind of "meh." This must have been what was bringing Pebbles closer and closer to the bed that was calling her name. She was done. Handing me the mouse with a kiss and a g'nite, I was now responsible for her finish on the night. Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee............

Second break brought us to the final table. The table was made up of Carson, Hoyazo, Islandbum, Nutzy, Mookie, DonKaaa, Butchhoward, Schaubs and I. Four Tucks entered, four Tucks at final table. TuckFards Rule !

We also had my ulti-railer Instant Tragedy stop by for some fun. Uber-glad he was there. One of the nicest "persons" I met in Vegas last December. We stay in touch through comments and chat, but it was very cool having IT there last night.

Hoy pwns Carson! There is just no other way to put it. When Cars is in with the best of it, Hoy crushes. When Cars is in a race, Hoy wins. I can't tell you how many times we've had the discussion about the Hoy vs. Carson epic battles. Last night... well last night was just sick. Carson could not even win one hand if he and Hoy were doing battle. Schaubs, Mookie and DonKaaa were out and the six of us settled in for some good clean fun. I was on a roll of crippling blows. I couldn't make the kill, but I was taking chips seemingly at will for a while there. Carson and I swapped two A S S pots and that was about it. But Hoy! That was a different story. It was like he was gunning for Cars. If Carson went in, so did Hoy. With them both in a pot, the outcome always seemed to go Hoy's way. Over, and over, and over again. Carson was out in 6th.

I put a huge dent in IslandBum's stack and then Butchhoward went in for the kill. Down to 4. Nutzy took one off the chin with I think it was a hammer raise, if I remember correctly, and we had the money bubble-boy out in 4th. soon after. Three handed with Hoy to your left is an interesting experience. I was comfortable, but I knew I needed to pay attention. Then I had a decision to make.

Fuel? FUEL !!!! What should I do? Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! PRESTO !
I got no caller and in the end, I ended up getting Peb's to a third place finish and had a blast doing it. Hoy took it down, (for his second win in as many nights, with a Riverchasers win Thursday!) and Butch was the runner up. It was a great night kids! Sharing the game I love with the love of my life.....

Well that was pretty +EV.

My sincerest thanks for dropping by....


My sixth sense ....

A sense of direction.
A sense of self.
A sense of accomplishment.
A sense of Community
A sense of humour.

These are all why I initially fired up this little electronic world of Bedrock.
Back on November 5, 2007 my first post here went something like this.

What I'm going to try and do with this place is, get me a little random going on. I will have poker content, no doubt about it. But I will also be trying to get some of the half-assed random crap I've got scribbled down, or saved in word, or wherever else I have started something written and not completed it. That's what I'm hoping to get out of this. I want to get some of these "man I gotta' post about this" posts, completed.

I have to say, there certainly has been a fair amount of random ! Oh and some poker content thrown in here and there. Although on a few occasions my sense of direction has been put to the test, I stayed true to my course and now feel like I am a better kid for it.

Writing has always been a passion of mine and it’s here that I gain that true sense of self. Mindless drivel and fodder to one, may be another’s Stephen King or Richard Bachman. (For those of you that know, Yes I know too! That was the point) In writing, I have always found my spot to be. By that I mean I become me, and quite frankly I am happy and fully content to do so. I find I like me a lot more when I am me.

My greatest sense of accomplishment comes from actively keeping this place up to date with a fresh post. When I originally said I had a lot to write about, I still had a twinge of doubt in the back of my mind that I could keep Bedrock moving along on a daily basis. I am proud to say that my motor-mouth seems to have been able to transfer down to my stubby little fingers.

The support I’ve garnered in just the last two months from all of my invisibles has given me the strongest sense of community I have ever known or experienced. Over whelming is the only way to properly describe the love and support I have been provided by the readers of Bedrock.

It’s never an issue for this kid to determine the material that fills this site. I am surrounded by some of the greatest experiences that life has to offer. With each of those experiences has always come a laugh or two. For laughing is a medicine so powerful and special, that without a sense of humour one would waste away to nothing. There are “whatevers,” “Blahs” and some typical dark and even ‘ranty’ posts out there in this, ‘wait and see what happens time of year.’ Laugh at yourselves kids! As realization hits that there are far worse things to worry about and you go on with your life worth living, laughter will help bleed the evil away from your soul, and your place will be a better place.

Each of my goals for Bedrock are met daily and I could not be any more thrilled than I am about that. But a new sense has entered the picture for sure. As I gaze in astonishment at the latest information made available to me this afternoon. On only day 65 of Bedrock’s existence, 1000 visitors.
I sit here and stare at the screen with a newfound sense of humility. Writer or not, words just can't do justice for what you all mean to me at this moment.

My sincerest thanks and I am truly honoured, each and every time you take the time to drop by …

Cursed cursor, Presto #2 and the investment....

I played in Chad’s Skillz game Tuesday night and finally made the mistake that I laugh at everyone else for. I remember saying to brudder Carson, “hit the wrong button by mistake” my ass! When ever I’d read about someone doing it. I could never imagine how someone could actually do it.

Well, it’s official. I am now one of the dumbasses who looked up at the play being made into me and wanted to click on the button to fold. ( ‘cause I gotz mad skillz ! ) I had a hand with a decent chance of hitting something significant so I made a play at building the pot. My only caller was my pal twoblackaces. The flop is shot out at us and hey, it didn’t hit exactly the way I wanted but you know what? Not crappy. I think I’ll fire one more bullet and see how it flies. I was called. Next card was crap to me but looked possibly dangerous. We go check-check. The next card made an interesting board. I took a shot and got shot back at. That’s when it happened. I looked up, made my mind up to fold and had already planned my chat reply to the raise. I clicked and watched in horror as the majority of my stack moved into the middle. It seems the cursor had made it’s way over to “call” somehow while I was sleep-sitting.

Weeeeeeeeeeeee………..Bam-Bam! <----- HUGE floppy ears !

Oh well, at lest the chips went to the player that I took them from last week! It just had to work out that way to keep all things Karma, in their proper order.


From Mondays TuckFard Open, Nutzy sent me the hand that saved jony’s butt and ended up getting him to his second place finish instead of busted out as he should have been.

Presto is gold for old man TuckFard #2

Full Tilt Poker Game #4777036004: TuckFard Open (35598177), Table 1 - 60/120 - No Limit Hold'em - 20:12:27 ET - 2008/01/07
Seat 1: SuzyQ500 (3,055)
Seat 2: DonK_TuckFard (2,453)
Seat 3: Krazyeights (5,700)
Seat 4: katitude (2,000)
Seat 6: White Sockety (1,820)
Seat 7: wptchamp044 (5,737)
Seat 8: nutzfirth (2,275)
Seat 9: jony2pair (960)
jony2pair posts the small blind of 60
SuzyQ500 posts the big blind of 120
The button is in seat #8
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to nutzfirth [6s 6d] ( I can picture the evil grin here…)
DonK_TuckFard folds
Krazyeights raises to 420
katitude calls 420
White Sockety folds
wptchamp044 folds
nutzfirth folds ( wow! A little snug here no?)
jony2pair raises to 960, and is all in
SuzyQ500 folds
Krazyeights raises to 2,760
katitude folds
Krazyeights shows [Ks Kh]
jony2pair shows [5h 5d]
Uncalled bet of 1,800 returned to Krazyeights
*** FLOP *** [4c 5c Jd] ( I’m sure he actually said “gin” )
*** TURN *** [4c 5c Jd] [6c]
*** RIVER *** [4c 5c Jd 6c] [Qs]
Krazyeights shows a pair of Kings
jony2pair shows three of a kind, Fives
jony2pair wins the pot (2,460) with three of a kind, Fives

*** SUMMARY ***

Krazy old man + “Presto” = Krazyeights dominated !

Weeeeeeeeeeeee……..jony2pair! <---- HUGE floppy ears….. but mighty lucky !


Last nights mookie was supposed to be a miss for me so I could try and gets some rest. That didn’t happen the way I wanted either. I ended up registering and playing in the damn thing. I’m glad I did actually. I mean, I sure could use some sleep and all, but it’s always good catching up with a few IIF’s on the virtual felt.

I had one of those race’em nights that was pretty ‘meh.’ I played well for the most part but never really got anything going. I WAS having a lot of fun re-raising all the Buddy Dank raises into my blinds. I mean come on Buddy, raising my BB 6 times in a row? I got the obligatory “I hate you” in the chat box and I can only imagine what was being said on MD/IT (temp. ex BD) radio. My connection was having issues last night so I could not hear if anything was said at all. That's probably a good thing!

Right up until the very end, I treated last night as a training and information session. This was not planned before the event at all. I made my mind up as soon as I was sat at my starting table. Several of those players at my first table read here and they will know what I’m talking about.... right about now. I pushed back. Hell, sometimes, I pushed back hard! I never did see any really decent hands but you know what? It’s not always about your holdings is it? I think it's because I'm not actually sitting with other players or something but I was forgetting an important point that can make my live game so potent and successful. Sometimes you need to set an image early if you can, so the bullies and the gamblers will think a little harder before trying to “chump” you out of a pot. I took a lot of notes last night. I typically jot down a thing or two here and there when I play. Last night, I wrote three pages! The prime example of this, (and the hand that ended up being my last one of the night) was with Mr. Speaker. I can’t describe the feel factor that I had last night but it was there none the less.

“Sometimes, I just want to see their cards.” was a Greg Raymer quote I saw somewhere in the past. Not my favorite person or player by any means, but I’ve always remembered that line. Poker is a game of information. Occasionally, that information is initially expensive, but it can payback over and over again. In that last hand, I only had K high to a board with 10-3-10 showing. But my gut told me that I might actually not be that far behind of Joe because of the way he'd been playing last night. My initial read was he was holding a weak’ish Ace. As the hand progressed, I became more and more convinced that he’d hit nothing but air. Now I know, I didn’t exactly have a monster myself here. But I made my mind up that I was going to find out what two cards he actually had. I was prepared to go out to do so.

As I fully expected him to do, Joe Speaker pushed his entire stack at me. I called despite him having me covered, and was not surprised at all to find out that I was behind his, (you guessed it) weak ace. And so ended my mookie. I said my good nights to all and then ran the hand histories as compared to the notes I’d taken. I watched a little more of the play from some of the players I was interested in and used my notes to decide where they stood in certain hands of note. I could not get 100% of the information I was looking for due to folds etc… But of the hands where I was able to see a showdown between players or a show of cards by one or the other, I was batting .720 and that’s not too shabby.

I will get the hang of this on-line Texas Race’em and I’ll expand and grow my game to be a better player. All I need is a little more information from every game I play. Sometimes that information is going be a little pricey I know. But I see the potential long term rewards, far out weighing the risks involved in the short term.

Weeeeeeeee... Bam-Bam <----- a studious learner (with long floppy ears!)

My sincerest thanks for dropping by....


I hate a loser....

In this kid's head.... (besides all the confusion and sex) a loser would go out and win an event and never show up again, unless they felt they have an edge. That person, that person is definately not me.

I play to win as best I can. But I also play to be with my I.I.F.'s everytime I get a chance. There's something about my Kuh-myoo-ni-tee, that draws me in and keeps me alive. Walking away from that 'cause I'm tired would be nothing but a joke. If you read here regularily, you already know I don't sleep. So here in lies my dilemma. I can pretend to each and every one of you, (and more importantly Chad, the host) that I am far too tired to play. Just because the shit hit the fan at 5:00am today at work, and I was in there by 6:00 am. with what would normally be a one hour drive, doesn't seem like anything but an excuse to me. What I feel is that, I could just admit that I love the group, the game and the idea of a non-NL race'em series that takes all of poker seriously enough to diversify just a touch and let us play.

This kid chooses the latter. I admit, I'm not at my best. My chips will be a touch easier than normal in this format, so take full advantage. But I swear to you right now, they won't be easy enough that you can run all over this tired and wretched soul, like he was a kid in an $11 NLHE donkement.

I have skills when we don't race'em, and I hate the thought of letting Chad down and not showing after a win. That's just what I'm made of. Right or wrong, it's who this little kid from Bedrock wants to be.

I'll be there and I'll do my best to kick some ass. But don't mistake my delays for a tell tonight. I probably just fell the fuck asleep.

***Update at 5:40 am the next day***
I did not repeat, (surprise !) but I had a good time! As I sit here at work after already having put in an hour and a bit, I wonder what exactly my problem is? I think I'll give Pebbles the biggest hammer I've got.
Maybe then I'll get a little shut-eye.

My sincerest thanks for dropping by....


I hate me-me's, but I think this could be fun....

I seriously hate these things.... But when I read Maudie today, I think I stumbled across the perfect get over "whatever," get over the "blahs" challenge for us bloggers.

Please gimme' the top five things you'd like something automated to be able to say.

Here's Maudie's #1 : "Note to Nissan - replace the beeps with a loud recording of 'Hey dumbass - the car's still on!'"

This was from her story, Donkey = ASS.

So here's my top 5 :

1) A drive through bank machine at a full service bank that could say "Hey dumbass, this is for quick and convenient service. Not all of the monthly bill payments that you can actually do on-line anyhow, but that the 5 tellers inside twiddling their thumbs would love to help you with, so the nice lady behind you that only wants $50 cash to put in her grandson's birthday card could get on her way."

2) An automated phone system that could say, "What are you, retarded? You won't get anyone real soon or even possibly in this lifetime. Should you actually be able to communicate with a human being, what the hell makes you think that they're going to be able to speak English at the wages we pay them?"

3) An automated Tele-marketing system that could say, "Hi. I realize that this is an answering machine but you know what? It's my companies dime and I think that together, we can bust'em. I plan on talking until the funds in the Swedish bank account are fully drained. Don't worry, by now you've actually figured it out. That's the differance between you the actually intelligent consumer, and the FuckTards that bought me."

4) A Google Earth system that could say, "Ha.... nice try! Have you not realized that the only clear pictures on my system are NOT OF YOUR HOUSE ! But should you choose to Google any military base in the world, come on down! Here's what they're doing 1 minute ago."

5) Finally. A dryer that could say, "Buzzzzzzzzz..... Fooled you! No really, Buzzzzz.... Ha-Ha crap..... gotcha' again. Ok Buzzzzzzzzzzzz........oh so close! One more should do it.... Buzzzzzzzzzz............... O lord I crack me up! That shits still damp."

I only do this because I know you won't let me down, creative minds never do...

I hearby initialy tag..............

The Wife
A man called Doc

Your mission, create a top 5 things you'd like to hear automation come up with. I do not give a ratz ass if you tag others. If you do, great. I'd love to hear about it. I just want you all to have a chance to vent and get rid of the "whatevers."

I think this could be fun if we let it. I have about 65 more, but that would be a long ass post and only we'd get it. I am Canadian, I love to share.
Don't let me down.

To all others...... Your ideas would be greatly appreciated in the comments.
I need a good laugh !

My sincerest thanks for dropping by ....

Poker...save a brudder would'ya.. and poker

All things this weekend were pokery. That made for a pretty good weekend in this kid’s books. Despite being very late for it and getting my aces cracked by the Hilton sisters, Kat’s Donkament was another great way to kick off the weekend.

There was a moment for my brudder Carson where he was doing his best impersonation of our friend Fuel_55.

We’ll call it, “Presto is gold.” #1, for a TuckFard

Full Tilt Poker Game #4740483104: Friday Nite Blogger Donkament (35333335), Table 2 - 60/120 - No Limit Hold'em - 22:17:10 ET - 2008/01/04
Seat 1: IslandBum1 (7,170)
Seat 2: ck31 (5,750)
Seat 3: katitude (8,002)
Seat 4: NutzCarson (4,724)
Seat 5: TheCloserX5 (7,800)
Seat 6: Maudie (5,730)
Seat 7: hoyazo (13,304)
Seat 8: Jestocost (8,440)
Seat 9: dino_burger (20,205)
hoyazo posts the small blind of 60
Jestocost posts the big blind of 120
The button is in seat #6
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to NutzCarson [5c 5d]
dino_burger folds
IslandBum1 folds
ck31 folds
katitude folds
NutzCarson calls 120
TheCloserX5 calls 120
Maudie calls 120
hoyazo calls 60
Jestocost has 15 seconds left to act
Jestocost raises to 700
NutzCarson calls 580
TheCloserX5 calls 580
Maudie folds
hoyazo folds
*** FLOP *** [5s 4s Kc]
Jestocost has 15 seconds left to act
Jestocost bets 2,000
NutzCarson has 15 seconds left to act
NutzCarson raises to 4,024, and is all in
TheCloserX5 has 15 seconds left to act
TheCloserX5 raises to 7,100, and is all in
Jestocost folds
TheCloserX5 shows [Ts Ks]
NutzCarson shows [5c 5d]
Uncalled bet of 3,076 returned to TheCloserX5
*** TURN *** [5s 4s Kc] [8s]
*** RIVER *** [5s 4s Kc 8s] [8d]
TheCloserX5 shows a flush, King high
NutzCarson shows a full house, Fives full of Eights
NutzCarson wins the pot (12,388) with a full house, Fives full of Eights

Saturday night turned into an 8 TuckFard debate over having a game or not. Any debate between more than one TuckFard can always be fun and yes, I have seen several TuckFards debate with themself. So here's how this all went down. Let’s take a vote. All in favour of playing poker, please raise your hands. Let’s take a count here shall we. 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 in favour. OK, all opposed?
.hmmmm. OK, I guess we’ll play.

Now the question is, what to play? H.O.R.S.E.? PLO? Razz? (who the hell suggested that?) NLHE?… Oh….. Suzy_Q and QueenK want NLHE. OK, let’s have another vote. All in favour of NLHE please put your hands in the air. 1-2………. OK. All opposed?…1-2-3-4….. What about you two over there? Pebbles, what say you? “Can we just play something instead of doing all this voting CRAP !” Your concerns are duly noted and will be brought up at the next session. Bam-Bam, how about you? “I don’t give a rats ass what we play. I’d prefer H.O.R.S.E. but whatever you decide, let’s just get to it.” Thank you sir, but can we ask that you keep the tones inferred, down to a dull roar. Are there any other questions or concerns that need to be addressed by this committee? Ahh yes Suzy_Q, the floor is yours. “Blah-blah-blah….. wa-waaa-wa-wa-wa…blah-blah, moan.”
Right then ! In order to salvage the sex-life of one brudder Carson, NLHE it is!
( I keeeeeeed, I keeeed ! ) Love you Suzy_Q! Please don’t hit me. (too hard!)

A spectacular display of complete card-deaded-ness was put on by yours truly. So much so that I let several hands play themselves while I refused to actually touch the cards. This lead to the absoloute best hand of the night when brudder Carson, sitting directly to my right, decided we would check our blinds down…… well…… blind! The reveal was slow and deliberate for two reasons.
1) as a form of punishment for the others who refused to steal our blinds.. and,
2) as the completely delinquent and childish asses that we are, it was fun!
But nothing could prepare us for what was about to happen. Carson slowly rolled over his first card. The Queen of clubs. I then reached for my first card and flipped up the 9 of hearts. I figured I was killed right then and there. What happened next could not have been planned or scripted any better if we tried.

That’s right! Carson held the soooooooooted “TuckFard Nutz” while yours truly was holding “The Bammer.” Pictures were taken and much drinking and laughing ensued.
Aaaaaaaaaaahhhhh…… Good times !

*** Author’s note*** …… Yes, when you are as card dead as I have been for so long now, these are in fact, good times at poker. My buy-in was worth every penny to have this one hand play out this way. Some of the best money I’ve ever spent! I know, I know…. It’s a sad state. But at least I’m living it. Not you !!

It was a great time and as expected, I busted out Gigli. I think the hand I picked to go on was the Kh and the ??. (all the little cards are a blur. But I remember the one face card I saw in that two + hours !) Surprisingly, my hand did not hold up and I was alone at the bar. I have great friends! Once the roar of laughter at my bust out was contained to mear chuckles, I think they really felt bad for me. I love’em all ! Pebbles was next and so….
Saturday became a much earlier night than intended. We were in bed by 3:00am.

Sunday was “Team TuckFard’s” weekly migration to the hall to kick some ass. Our current status in the points was I believe a whopping 51 point lead over the second place team. Playing for the Tucks was Carson, Nutzy, my favorite pair ‘O’ T’s TotalTilt, the lovely Pebbles and our hero, moi! I had managed to hang in there during the first hour of play, despite being temporarily switched off of the “bammer” and being sent on a sick run of 2-4 off suit. I took down one small pot in that first hour, but it was enough to cover almost all the blinds I’d lost through the same time frame. At first break, I was –1 BB. Then I managed to get myself into a three-way pot while holding K-K. I got into it as the BB after having a 2x raise from a small stack and a call from the second smallest stack. Both had made super-double-donkey plays on not one but FOUR separate occasions in that first hour. I figure my reputation has to be worth something and lord knows I’ve shown that I’m playing just a bit snug ! So I popped it up 3x pot. The first player to raise takes forever and a day, no less than 13 card checks and another look to count the pile of chips in the center of the table, (despite the fact that he was the one that splashed it and made it virtually impossible to count without touching and sorting) then grandly announced, “all-in.” Player two folds and I take my, ‘really need to pay attention here’ read. “Why would you do that with A-Q?” I ask. … “I call”

***Author’s other note***……Giggle of the day for you. You might have made a pretty good read.. if the player you are questioning actually picks up their cards and looks at the backs of them. Honestly, I started laughing.

Surprisingly, (based on data available from the last several months) my hand managed to hold up. In just under one orbit later, I get dealt K-K again. The same smooth player introduces himself to the pot with an all-in splash this time. It is folded around to me and I ask for a count. (Not because I didn’t know how much it was, but in these self-dealt Canadian games, I want him to clean up his mess) He gives me his number and of course it wrong. I give him the correct number and he re-counts. “I call” and his face told me that he didn’t want a caller. It was just the two of us again in the end and this time, it was K-K vs. Q-10. No issues, flop of Q-2-Q took care of all of that and I double him up.

Eventually, I got as low as 48,000 in chips and the blinds were 2,000 / 4,000. I then actually went on a min-tear of sorts. I doubled up with A-Ks. Then I semi-doubled that up with K-K. Then I semi-doubled that up with "the soooted carson." I was suddenly sitting with almost 400,000 and had air to breathe for a while. Then I got a kill from a short stack that ran into my 6-6-6 while holding big-slick on a flush draw. I boat on his river flush card ! wOOt !

I ended up head's up with the lovely "Lady L." A very nice person, solid player and great company at the table. We managed to get about 13 or 14 hands played before any great dramatics. I had a read on her as weak in a spot where I picked up pocket 3's. She held A-J and disguised it well. Miraculously, I won that race too! That changed the momentum heavily in my favour. I got that same read again about 6 hands later. I was holding pocket 10's this time. When she pushed it seemed out of desperation more than anything else. She had some good covers though and used them well throughout the game. I went with my gut and called. My 10's held and I'd won the game for the TuckFards. Nutzy, DonKaaaa and Pebbles were all there for me at the end. Railbirds rock !

I had a decent game of NLHE for a change. Maybe things can turn around from here on out.

You just won't find me holding my breath for that.

My sincerest thanks for dropping by....


Reading suggestions and Truckin'....

Rather than get too much out of my head today, I thought I'd do a little kuh-myoo-ni-tee service and point you to a couple of posts that are well worth the read.

The first is by my brudder Carson. At Pokers end tells a tale from his perspective of a place in the game we've all been at, at one time or another. I think it's very well written and deserves a good look.

The second great post I read recently was from the BWoP. Her post from the other day on Poker as an Investment, was a well thought out piece with some excellent and mind stimulating points. I suggest you take a look at it to.

As always here in Bedrock, I suggest you make sure to check out Truckin'. January's edition carries on the tradition of some great story telling, with some great reading of interest for everyone.

I hope you'll take the time to check out all of these reads. I don't think anyone will go away from any of them dissapointed.

My sincerest thanks for dropping by....