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WSOP 2010: Epilogue

Now that the November 9 has been set at the 2010 WSOP, it’s time to reflect on my trip this year. Compared to 2007, this year’s WSOP was better organized and seemed to be running a lot smoother. I liked ...

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WSOP 2010: Day 2A

Unlike my trip back in 2007 to the WSOP, there was no “Gaming Life Expo” this year. I guess it didn’t work out for the booths. In any case, since the glasses I bought back then were destroyed during my ...

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WSOP 2010: Day 1C

My first day at the WSOP did not start well for me. After starting the day with 30,000 chips, at one point, I was down to about 12K. Mostly, this was due to a lot of loose play on my ...

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Craftsteak in Vegas Review

Tom Colicchio from Top Chef owns Craft restaurants and he’s got a Craftsteak in Vegas so we decided to check it out. Located in the MGM, I had high hopes for this restaurant after the bad experience at BarMasa earlier ...

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BarMasa at Aria in Vegas Review

The new Aria Hotel and Casino is located in the new City Center in Las Vegas. The entire complex is stunning to look at. It’s a complete change from the 80’s look of the Balagio, Paris, and Mirage. BarMasa is ...

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WSOP 2010: Arrival

It seems like just last year but it’s been 3 years since my last WSOP. There were no big name poker players on the plane from Los Angeles but Gene Simmons was right after us in line. One thing that ...

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AVN Adult Entertainment eXpo 2009

After an absence for 10 years, I will be returning to CES (the Consumer Electronic Show) and the AEE (Adult Entertainment Expo) in January 2009.  Even though I haven’t been in the electronics industry for many years now, you may ...

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Shibuya at the MGM Quick Review

Shibuya is a slick and posh looking Asian slash Japanese restaurant inside the MGM in Las Vegas. From the outside, you can see the biggest “screen saver” wall you’ve ever seen. They tricked me into thinking that there were 50 ...

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