I’ve tried everything else. At this point, I’ve been running bad for so long that it’s time for a desperation move: yes, that’s right. A dumb, superstitious game!
I hereby announce that I will not cut my hair until I show a five-figure profit in a single day.* Here’s the already unkempt starting point for your viewing pleasure.
In other news, I am just about finishing rereading the book that planted the “go pro” seed in my head way back in 2002: The Big Deal by Anthony Holden. It’s a quality book. The all-time poker masterpiece is A. Alvarez’s Biggest Game In Town, but The Big Deal is quite good as well. And the sequel will be published in May.
*unless Janeen makes me.
“Unless Janeen makes me?” WTF is that? I thought you were the man in the relationship???? I thought it was YOU that tells HER what to do!! What kind of nonsense is this “unless she makes me” crap? Man up and let her know who’s the….
oops — gotta run — Andrea is calling for me to do the dishes.
The not cutting of the hair is too cliché, how about not cutting your finger or toe nails. I do have a question for the oracle, what are the best instructional poker books you have read?
I fully support this decision!!! (unless the ponytail mullet returns … then we might have to talk.) Good Luck, baby! I have no doubt the hair will be short again soon. xoxo
for no limit hold em tournaments, Harrington on Hold ‘Em Vols. 1 and 2 are indispensible must-reads. if you’re talking about limit hold ’em or cash game no limit hold ’em, the answer differs.
Instead of long hair, wouldn’t you rather sport a Clark Gilles-esque playoff-beard until your next good month?
Haha, I love it!