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cayden9598
12-13-2006, 03:45 PM
If you’re a poker player in the US there’s only one game left in town and it’s LIVE….so what bigger news could there be than Round 3 of the
Monumental Monsters of Poker Challenge —Dave B. and Mind game up close and personal, mano a mano, this weekend in at Resorts Casino, East Chicago.

The poker public has been clamoring ceaselessly for a rematch after Dave and Mind game battled a year ago in Minnesota and then Chicago—Mind game, coming out of nowhere and hundreds of chips behind, crushing poor Dave when they finally went face to face over the unforgiving felt. You missed it????
Having finished much ahead of Dave at the conclusion of our last encounter I immodestly post this link, my extraordinary account of that sorry affair—but I promise one and all that Dave will not come, as before, an unarmed man in a battle of wits. His game finely honed these last 12 months filleting many a Minnesota fish, his “dynamic poker” now a system even the great Sklansky is at a loss to explain, his bankroll swollen with crinkled C-notes, his sobriety a distant memory, Dave will arrive in true form. Chicago welcomes Dave with it’s most sincere hospitality and thanks him for his generous, forthcoming contribution to the local economy.

bryant9967
12-13-2006, 04:43 PM
Are you willing to sit down to NL w/ 3 stacks of high society old man? I need some incentive to tear my away from those corn fed deliciously chubby Chicago ladies.

preston999
12-13-2006, 05:01 PM
Not my inclination to change to NL, but I'd humor you. 3 stacks won't work though, for a buy-in. Resorts has $200 limit and $500 limits on their NL buying. I've heard that Majestic across the way sometimes has weekend games with 100 or 150 grand on the table, but I can live without that.

I thought you were an 8-16 and up guy at Canterbury. Our two larger limit games are 10/20 and 20/40, although there is a 30/60 HOSE that sometimes appears on Saturday.

So 500 buy-in NL, 10/20, 20/40. I'm game for any of those...how is that for accommodating?

And you can save the "old man" routine. There ARE old men in the place most nights, but I'm still young enough not to be taken for one of them. When you hit 50 (sooner, I promise you, than you expect) you'll understand.