Though I never interviewed him, I can share a few stories about Doyle Brunson, the poker legend who died over the weekend at 89 — including his response to an outrageous hypothetical wager.
Florida Man Is Poker Putz
A guy won a small poker tournament in Florida. Why am I writing about this seemingly trivial event? Because it was a ladies tournament.
A few observations after spending several days in Las Vegas last week, from the poker rooms to the crowds on the strip to the new generation of slot machines.
On vacation recently, I thought about returning to a poker room I hadn’t played in for more than a decade. Here’s why I opted out.
This photo of a woman using a blender is part of the latest chapter in my ongoing saga, “Is Nobody Keeping An Eye On Inventory In America?” Read it here.
Smoke-Free In Vegas
I just stayed in a Vegas hotel that is entirely smoke-free. It’s not the first, but I hope it won’t be the last. Here’s the story and some history.
Remembering Poker Hands
I was amazed at the poker table the other night when one of the other players was regaling the guy next to him with details of hands he’d played over the last couple of months. Here’s why.
A Stinking Dilemma
Here’s my story of being at a poker table when a new player sat down emitting what can only be called a foul body odor stench. What would you have done?