Thursday, June 21, 2007
Poker? Online? What?
I played some online poker again today, for the first time in who knows how long. [Note: Not counting the final WWDN where I Gigli’d on the first hand with bottom two pair vs middle set, but had to bust quickly to go bowling anyway.]
Played some $25NL at FTP. Sat at the FullTiltForum.com table, though there was no chat going on and I don’t know if anyone from the forum was actually playing there at the time. I met a few people from there on the Vegas trip, in the MGM mixed game and then again in the crazy mixed game at the IP. It’s a shame Doyle’s Room doesn’t take US players anymore. I want to play badugi, dammit!
Poker has existed for many years and has gone through a few explicit headways, some of which turned out to be more unconstrained inside the most recent thirty years. In the past, gamblers had to play poker in smoky casinos and bars. However, this has all changed recently.
Bettors from all over the world now have an easier time locating a location to play poker online thanks to the proliferation of online poker sites, which accelerated during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. The fact of the matter is that players can now access the game from a wide range of sites worldwide, regardless of where they are. When you play on online betting platforms like Up game king, you will undoubtedly enjoy a number of features, one of which is the availability of payment options. For users residing in various locations, standard poker sites typically offer multiple payment methods for depositing and withdrawing funds.
First online session back result: +$18.90, 20 minutes.
I might start playing some more again.