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WSOP 2007 – Preparation

Well, I’m all set and ready. Now, it’s waiting and preparation. I’m now going to reveal some of my secrets for getting ready for the WSOP main event. First, start waking up early. The event starts at the crack of ...

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WSOP 2007 – Get to Vegas

It’s finally the day to go to Vegas for the World Series of Poker, 2007. It feels like it’s been months. Oh yeah. It has been months since I won an entry at the Hustler. At the airport, a cute ...

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Blue Marlin Bistro Review

This restautant is in a strip mall with other restaurants and even a tiny tomato bank. If you come when it’s busy (like weekends), parking can be difficult but they do have valet parking. Blue Marlin has recently been slightly ...

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Bicycle Tournament

Yet another tournament to try at the Bicycle last Saturday. Since it was the day after the big iPhone release, I talked to a few people with brand new iPhones. The buy-in was $120 (including fees) and there were about ...

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Curry House Quick Review

Curry House doesn’t serve any sushi here but if you like Japanese style curry or pasta, you must check this place out. They also have branches in other parts of the city but the one in downtown is the best ...

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Live at the Bicycle Casino

After the Hawaiian Gardens tournament, I decided to stop by the Bicycle Casino on my way home for some live action to get my money back. On one big hand, I flopped a small flush against A <heart> Q <diamond> , ...

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Sushi Go 55 – or Faster Review

Found this gem of a sushi restaurant inside of the Little Tokyo Shopping Mall on Alameda between 2nd and 3rd Street. It’s a 3 story mall with a bunch of stores and restaurants inside. It’s not likely that you would accidentally ...

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Hawaiian Gardens Tournament

A few weeks ago, I went to a poker tournament at Hawaiian Gardens which was a $340 buy-in with no rebuys. I don’t normally play there but I like this particular tournament because you start with 3,000 chips and there’s no ...

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A Little “Joy Mart” – Mini Review

Joy Mart, located in Little Tokyo, is one of those “fusion” slash Asian type places. Nothing wrong with that but don’t expect to find any traditional Japanese plates. The menu I think says sushi, but it’s really Ahi Tuna sashimi ($9.50). ...

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