Ornate Push




Thursday, May 08, 2008


Writers block and poker block are my daily double lately. Anytime I log in to poker site I think about what kind of poker game I feel like playing. What I think I'll play my A-game at, and conclude that whatever I play it won't be my A-game. Uninspiring. Then I skoot through some of the masses of blog posts you guys have written and it inspires me to scribe a post. But without a poker angle to get the ball rolling and the words of much better writers still ringing in my ears I'm left after 30 minutes again with a dumb title and no content. I'm adding some creativity enhancing produce to my diet this weekend in the hope it will break this dam and the juices start flowing again !

Any questions ?
What about the live game ?
Ah, I got sick, I spent the whole 3 days of the bank holiday weekend on the sofa with man-flu feeling sorry for myself and never even made it to the live tourney. I'm such a girl when I get the slightest hint of the sniffles.
Positions are still open for a permanent nurse however…...


Blogger BamBam said...

Can I make a suggestion?

Forget the produce and focus on the nurse !!! (rectal thermometers, need not apply)

;o) Get better

4:24 pm  
Blogger dD said...

wheeeeeeeeeeeee !!

PokerStars Tournament #87288329, Pot Limit Omaha
Buy-In: $10.00/$1.00
19 players
Total Prize Pool: $190.00
Tournament started - 2008/05/10 - 16:20:00 (ET)

Dear ResdentEvil,

You finished the tournament in 1st place.
A $95.00 award has been credited to your Real Money account.

Thank you for participating.

saturday with dr pauly, if that makes sense :)



11:04 pm  

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Ornate - adj. 1. Elaborately, heavily, and often excessively ornamented. 2. Flashy, showy, or florid in style or manner;

Push - 1. To exert outward pressure or force against something. 2. To advance despite difficulty or opposition; press forward. 3. To expend great or vigorous effort.

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