I was dockside by Lazybuns II, helping to bring provisions aboard. One van was already unloaded and we were working on a second—all in preparation for a cruise to the French Riviera. “Hobby, it looks like you’ve got enough to circumnavigate the world several times.”
“You can never have too much, Joe. You know the boy scout motto: ‘Be prepared.’”
Florida recently expanded its gaming laws to incorporate a revenue-generating deal with the Seminole tribe. While the tribe obtains exclusive rights to run poker, blackjack and other games at seven Florida casinos, the Seminoles are not the only ones who figure to benefit from the new law. Other poker rooms are anticipating a poker boom too.
There are any number of interesting, if not compelling stories at this year’s World Series of Poker. The Mizrachi brother’s hot streak continues, as both brothers have each made three final tables.
Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi’s most recent was making the final table of the $10,000 limit hold’em championship.
“Success comes from knowing that you did your best to become the best that you are capable of becoming.” These are telling words from the late John Wooden, the legendary UCLA basketball coach who died recently at 99.
Still Plenty of Time to Win a Poker Player Cruise. Several cardrooms are offering players a chance to win a Poker Player Cruise and the list continues to grow. See the list of participating cardrooms along with complete details about how you can win a cruise on page 10.
The staff of Poker Player Cruises will be available during the inaugural gaming and lifestyle expo Thursday, June 24-Sunday, June 27 in Downtown Las Vegas to answer any questions about their upcoming Mexican Riviera cruise, which is set for September 26-October 3, 2010. Visit the Poker Player Cruises staff right in front of Binion’s, on the Fremont Street Experience, to learn about special events, and how to win a cruise. Bring your friends, bring the family and register for a FREE drawing to win a poker chip set.
While the middle weeks at the World Series of Poker lack the hoopla of the opening events and the main event’s dramatic tension, there’s still plenty of action and excitement at the Rio.