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In the spirit of f3lix's Vegas thread, I decided to make one of my own. A few things:

1.) Just as a fair warning, this is incredibly long, so stop now if you want to avoid reading all this shit that will probably bore you.

2.) A lot of these pictures and stories would only interest someone who is very intrigued by the world of professional poker - so, just another fair warning - if you don't like poker - there's a good chance this will put you to sleep real quick.

3.) All of these pictures are posted in chronological order - so think of it as a photographic timeline of my trip.

4.) A good deal of these pictures are quite blurry. The reason for this is because no flash was allowed in the poker room at the Rio. As you might be able to figure out, no flash means the shutter stays open on the camera longer - and thus makes the picture blurry unless everything is completely still - which is near impossible. That said, I press on...

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Friday Night

I had a hard time getting off a decent picture, so this is as good as it gets. The view from the plane as we were flying into Vegas:



The first thing I did when I got to the Rio was go to the poker room. I was so stoked to see what it was like. I didn't even bother calling my buddy Michael (the guy I know from online poker that I was meeting up with on this trip) until after I had walked around the poker room for a few hours. Here is a shot of Allen Cunningham (looking upward contemplating a move) with Paul Phillips (pink shirt) in the background:



After this I went and met up with my buddy Michael, and his friends Aaron, Andy, and Warren. We met at the Wynn (which I think was the nicest casino I went to the whole trip - it's brand new - and absolutely "top-notch" ... thanks to Aaron for overusing the phrase "top-notch" - I love it now). I found them sitting in a bar near the main entrance of the casino, and immediately ordered a White Russian - a drink that I would eventually consume quite often on this trip. I followed the White Russian with a Red Bull so I could stay awake long enough to hang out late into the night - I was very tired after traveling - and gained two hours on the flight out there - which didn't help one bit.

After the bar at the Wynn for a while, we went to this place to get food (also in the Wynn). The Terrace Cafe or something like that. I had this Lobster Bisque Soup that was probably the best soup I've had in my life. Can't wait to try it again. After this we headed back to the Rio, had a few more drinks at the "I-Bar" (which had some amazingly hot cocktail waitresses). A few more of Mike's friends who were sorta off doing their own thing met up with us at the bar. I had this weird-ass drink called a Fresh Scent that had mint leaves and cucumber bits in it. It wasn't that great, and was definetly light on the alcohol. After this we called it a night.

Here is a pick of Michael and I after the damage was done:



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Saturday

I didn't sleep well and woke up rather early on Saturday. Once everyone finally came around we went to Caesar's Palace and ate at Spago's, which I guess is supposed to be the first restaurant that Wolfgang Puck ever opened. I failed to see what was so spectacular about the place though.

After Caesar's we went to the Venetian, where Michael and Aaron played some Blackjack and Pai Gow Poker. I wasn't in the mood to play a house-edge game at the time, so I just chilled and walked around the casino (which by the way was very nice, maybe 2nd nicest only to the Wynn).

After all this, we went back to the Rio and met up with Mike's friend Dan. I was very aware of Dan before this trip, and was excited to meet him. He plays high-stakes No Limit on Ultimate Bet under the screenname "TheGiftOfGab". I like watching the high stakes games when I'm bored (which tends to be quite often) - so I am very familiar with Dan's superb poker abilities. I was excited to meet him, and kinda jealous when I saw his massive stack of $100 dollar bills he had sitting on the table next to his huge chip stacks in the cash game he was playing. I would not really get the chance to talk to Dan until Monday.

Now, Mike was playing in the WSOP Main Event, and after Day One, had a chip stack of 26k. Day 2 was on Sunday and he wanted to be lights-out by 2:00 am so he could be good and rested for the tournament. This was fine by me, as I was quite beat after not getting much sleep the night before. So we (Aaron, Mike, and I - Warren stayed up all night and played poker - more on this character later) called it an early night - no we did not cuddle.

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Sunday:

After watching Warren tilt away $1k on Ultimate Bet, I was excited to get to the poker room and watch the World Series action. The room was so large, I didn't find Mike's table until about an hour after I had already been in the room. In the meantime, I took a bunch of pictures of famous players I was excited to see. I also got to chat with Chris "Jesus" Ferguson for a little bit about his involvement with Full Tilt Poker. Of all the people I met, Ferguson looks "cooler" than anyone I saw in Vegas. The guy just drips "cool". Here are some pictures:

I did not take this, but I'm putting it on here since I just talked about him so you can understand what I mean. This is Chris "Jesus" Ferguson.



The Hub-ub around Shannon Elizabeth after she busted out of the Main Event.



More Shannon. As if too much is possible.



Two girls get their picture taken with Howard Lederer. I'm guessing the girls were too dumb to realize that the man they asked to take the picture is poker pro Lee Watkinson. Luckily for them, Lee is a nice guy and had no problem accomodating them.



Gus Hansen and Howard Lederer shoot the bull while waiting for the Day Two action to start.



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Hansen busts on the very first hand of Day Two - literally seconds after "Shuffle Up and Deal" is heard over the intercom. The ESPN cameras follow the superstar out of the room.



With 1800 players still left in the tournament, John Juanda and Greg Raymer draw the same table with only the dealer in between them. With 1800 players left, it is rare to see two pros sitting at the same table - let alone right beside each other. The crowd around this table was huge - and I had a hard time taking this picture and the next one.



This is one of my favorite pictures from the trip. A relatively non-blurry shot of the defending champ with his famous glasses on - and his equally famous "cheek resting on fist" pose while waiting for his opponent to act.



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One of the coolest guys in the game, Sammy Farha, doin his thing.



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One of my personal favorites, Layne Flack, kicking ass at the ESPN featured table.



My absolute personal favorite, Phil Ivey, givin 'em hell.



Unfortunately for Michael, he busted out of the Main Event right before the first break on Day Two. With a stack of 20k, he picks up JJ and makes it 2k to go. Then, a relatively tight female player re-raised him to 7k, and Michael called. This was the deadly mistake in the hand, in hindsight, Mike should have folded right then and there, but instead he called, the flop came 992, all the money went in, the woman turned over KK, a few moments later, Mike was done. He was pretty bummed out, as I would expect anyone to be.

While I was down at the poker room, I played some $1/$2, $120 max buy-in No Limit. I only played about an hour or so, I'll spare you the boring details and just tell you about the one eventful hand I played. I got chipped down to about $105 when this hand came up: A guy who thought he was "the shit" had been raising it to $10 preflop a lot. He does this again in early position, I look down at 77 in the cutoff and re-raise him to $25. It folds around to him, I had a very tight table image at this point, which leads him to say "I don't know what I'm getting myself into here" as he calls the $15 raise. The flop comes out A66. He checks it to me, I decide not to risk being check-raised, and check behind him. The turn brings me a beautiful 7 giving me 7s full of 6s. He checks again, this discourages me, as I know that if he had an ace, he would have fired out on the turn. Knowing he has nothing, I check behind him, hoping he'll hit something on the river. The river is a 3, I know this doesn't help him, but nonetheless, he makes my day by saying "all in". I immediately say "call" and turn my cards over. A few guys at the table were saying "nice" and "well played" - that made me feel good - as this was the first session of live NL I've ever had against strangers. The loser was kind enough to show me queen-high (QJ), so I guess I made a great check on the turn. I played a few more hands and walked away with like a $50 profit or so.

Later that afternoon, a big group of us went to New York, New York (it's a New York themed casino for those of you not up on your Vegas knowledge) and rode the roller coaster they had there. It was pretty kick-ass, though, as a skydiver, roller coasters don't really get me off like they used to. I dropped like $50 playing Roulette, which didn't make me too happy. Then we all ate at this Mexican joint in the casino. I had fish tacos - and they were amazing.

After dinner we went back to the Rio and had a beer in the hotel room. Mike had two rooms at the Rio, half of us were in one room, and half in the other. All of us were together for the first time (in the room that I was not sleeping in). His friends seemed pretty cool for the most part. A few of them were sorta dickish and immature, but what do you expect from spoiled rich kids that pay out of state tuition to go to Northwestern?

I'll talk about two of Mike's friends now.

Firstly, Aaron:



Aaron is probably the smartest person I have ever spent any quality time with in my life. Mike knows him from high school. You see, on this trip, everyone in Mike's life sorta came together to hang out in Vegas. His best friend from high school (Aaron), a bunch of his college friends from Northwestern (Andy, Dave, Jamiaca, "College Dan", Anna, and one or two others that I don't really remember...) and also his online poker friends (Me, Warren, and "Poker Dan"). Mike did a really good job all week of balancing the different groups of friends and making sure everyone felt welcome and got along okay. Anyway, back to Aaron...

Aaron got a 1600 on his SAT in high school, graduated as Valedictorian of his class, and recently got his undergrad degree in Biochemical Engineering from Harvard. He has been admitted to, and will be attending, Penn University for Law School in a few weeks.

Now, with how "brainy" he is, you'd probably expect him to be a total social misfit who sucks to be around. This was the exact opposite. The guy was cool as hell, very "chill", which I appreciated. I had a good time talking with him about stuff, even though a lot of his answers to my questions went a bit over my head. This guy was super-cool, I wish him the best, and hope to see him again.

Now onto Warren. Warren's the Chinese son of a bitch to the right of Mike.



Now, first off, just in case Warren is reading this: I like you Warren! BUT, we all had at least one good laugh at the expense of Warren's total lack of social skills. I'll try not to talk at it for too long, because I won't be able to put into words just how much of a social fuck-up this kid is. I wish everyone reading this could spend a day with Warren, just so they could say to me, "oh, now I see what you're saying".

Here's a few tidbits about Warren to give you an idea of what I'm talking about:

First off, the kid was wearing the same clothes (without showering or sleeping much) from Friday night when I got there, all the way until Tuesday afternoon. He just changed clothes on Tuesday - no shower. God knows how long he had the clothes on before this. I mean, I only got there on Friday, he had been there since last Monday - for all I know he went over a week wearing the same underwear w/o showering.

Next, the kid never shuts up about poker. He's worse than everyone I know about telling poker stories (which is really saying something if you hang out with some of the people that I do). The kid always had to explain some hand to you or something. It was annoying as hell. One of my biggest pet peeves is people who tell too many poker-hand stories. 95% of the time, I'm not going to give a shit, so just remember that for the future. Anyway, if he wasn't talking about poker, he was doing other things to make us all very uncomfortable. In my "Monday" section, I will go into detail about Warren's antics at the Four Queens. He literally had Mike (who is a very calm and collected "Type B" kinda guy) about to punch him in the middle of the casino.

One time on this trip, we're at a VERY nice restaurant. We order like a $100 bottle of wine. The waiter comes and pours us all a glass. I look over at Warren's glass to see that he didn't get any, so I quietly ask Mike, "hey why didn't Warren get any wine?", and Mike goes "oh he did, he just downed it super-fast right after the waiter poured it". It gets better, there were five of us at this restaurant, when the food comes, they only have four plates. So three of us are not eating our food while we wait on Dan's food to show up, not Warren. Warren gets halfway through his $40 dollar fillet before he looks up to realize that no one is eating while we wait on Dan's food. The other four of us were quietly taking bets on whether or not Warren would finish his dinner before Dan's food showed up at the table - had we not giggled as much while doing this - he may have never looked up from his steak while devouring it. Warren. What a character. [img]smile.gif[/img]

After chilling in the hotel for a while, 5 of us went to a club. I had like 4 (really stong) white Russians, a long-island iced-tea (which is what put me over the top), and later a few Amstel Lights (yum, yum - right Magiclit?). This was the most drunk I got on the whole trip. I was having a good time, throwing money around loosely, but not nearly as loosely as "lap-dance" Mike. I spent like $80 just on alcohol somehow. After the club, we went back to the Rio and passed out.

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Monday (This One Is Really Long - Most Eventful Day Of The Trip):

For breakfast, Mike, Warren, Dan and I met up with Mike's college friends Andy and Anna. This was my chance to talk Dan (TheGiftOfGab)'s ear off about the high-stakes game I watch him play on Ultimate Bet. I was pretty excited to be hanging out with him, and initially tried to avoid talking his ear off. After I could tell he didn't mind talking about it at all, I just opened the flood-gates and bombarded him with all the questions I had. I don't think he seemed to mind, and (although he most certainly could have been "acting") he seemed to genuenly enjoy talking to me about the high-stakes games he plays in. He had some really good things to say, and gave me a lot of perspective on the poker world. He never (or rarely ever) plays in poker tournaments, and instead focuses all of his energy on cash games. Another thing I really respected about him is the fact that he is planning on going back to college in the fall. I know if I was making the kind of money he is, college would be the last thing on my mind, but you can tell he has a good head on his shoulders, and knows this poker thing won't be around for ever. I have been tossing the idea back and forth of whether or not to go to Law School after undergrad, and after talking to Dan, I'd say there's a much better chance I'll be attending Law School. Poker is just a short term thing. Dan is infinetly more successful at it than I am, and even he realizes that its smart to have a nice foundation to fall back on. We got to talk about some of the successful players in his game on Ultimate Bet (namely Prahlad "Mahatma" Friedman), and I was very interested in hearing what Dan had to say about "how one could beat the unbeatable" (that being Prahlad Friedman). I think talking with Dan will help my poker game a great deal. He is a good role model - and I'm glad Mike was friends with him so I could get the chance to meet him.

Most of Mike's friends left either Sunday or early Monday. We (Aaron, Mike, Warren, and I) woke up around noon and decided to go to Downtown Vegas. Dan left us to go to the hotel room and sleep - as he had been up all night playing poker.

Now, as a side note about Downtown Vegas: For those of you unfamiliar with the city, there are two "parts", The Strip, and Downtown. The Strip (for the most part) is very very nice. This is where all the big-time casinos are, this is where all the action is. Odds are, anything you've seen from a movie, or heard about from a friend, that deals with Vegas, it happened on "The Strip". Now, that brings us to "Downtown". The Downtown is the "old part" of Vegas. It is SUPER SHITTY and full of complete White Trash. I mean, there are three kinds of people that hang out Downtown: Bums, Whores, and Old People. All three are white trash. Now, there is a 4th type of person who goes downtown, "regular people" (much like the 4 of us) who like to slum-it-up for a day and hang around downtown counting cards in the shitty casinos that are too poor to use 6-8 decks for blackjack, and use 2-3 instead (thus making it profitable to count).

With that in mind, I was very excited to go Downtown. Not only do I love to slum it up (hense my obsession with Muncie's Dollar Theatre), but the legendary Binion's Horseshoe Casino is located downtown. Binion's is the location of the Poker Hall of Fame as well as the WSOP Gallery of Champions. Being that much of my life revolves around poker, I was thrilled to visit Binion's, which is basically the "home of poker".

Our first stop Downtown was to a shitty casino (what am I saying? they're all shitty downtown) known as the "Four Queens".



On the cab ride over to the Four Queens, Mike and Warren gave me a crash course in "card counting". When we get there, we immediately sit at the $5 minimum-bet blackjack table. I buy in for $200, set $160 of it aside, and tell myself "if I get to the point where all I have is the $160 left, I'm walking away". That was never a problem. I actually didn't count cards, felt too nervous with all the floorpeople standing around, so instead I just bet $5 after $5 (never once did I bet a dime over $5) and by the time it was over, left the table with $250 - this was perfect - as it whipped out my little mishap at the roulette wheel a few nights before.

This is where we get to Warren's card counting story. Warren, being the wanna-be high roller that he is, buys in for $500. As soon as this happens, the Pit Boss comes over and offers Warren a free-room, Warren immediately gives the guy lip and says "why would I want to stay here?!" This gets everyone's attention, and before we've even been dealt a hand, people are watching Warren like a hawk.

He is being very obvious about the fact that he is counting cards. Betting only $5 when things look bleek, and pushing in for as much as $150 when his odds are good. I mean, the kid is making no secrets about it. I overhear a female pit boss saying on the phone "too bad he can't count as well as I can". I think she said this loud enough for us to hear. Warren, of course, was oblivious to this. Like Kendall, English is not his native language, so he's only like 90% fluent, and mixed with the fact that he's 100% dumbass, there was no way he was going to take hear the woman's warning - let alone take it.

I subtlely inform Warren that he is being watched like a hawk. This just goes right over his head, and he continues being very obvious about his mechanics. Finally we have like 4 pit bosses around, and they start talking to Warren asking him probbing questions. This is the best part, Warren just gets up from his chair, leaves his chips on the table, says (in heavily Chinese influenced English) "I gotta go to the bathroom", and walks away. The pit bosses look stunned. The female pit boss looks at me and Aaron and says "you know he's just using you guys so he can see more of the deck, don't you". Very aware that she's damn right, I sorta snap back and say "look lady, if you haven't noticed, I haven't bet over the minimum once since I've been here. I hardly know this guy, and I'm certainly not 'helping him', so why don't you leave us out of this?" Alright maybe I didn't say it quite like that, but it was damn close. She seemed reasonable, and backed off while waiting for Warren to return.

Warren returns, and no one does a thing. I was honestly thinking they were going to throw his ass on the street (literally) and instead, they let him win a few more hundred dollars, until he gets up and walks away. I was shocked. I was really hoping they'd drag him into some room and rough him up like they do to the hustlers in the movie Casino. Oh well, I guess that's Hollywood... Of course before he actually left, he had to give the dealer some lip about how he "didn't talk very much" and "wasn't very friendly". In Warren's defense, the dealer was a bit of a dick, but Warren was definetly out of line by opening his mouth to this guy. Mike (who keep in mind is a very level headed guy) told Warren to "shut the fuck up", the dealer (his name was Hai) finally opened his mouth and said "yea shut up!" all while his boss was standing right over his shoulder. To give you an idea of how out-of-line Warren was, the dealer flagarently told him to shut up, and his boss, who heard the whole thing, just smiled as if to suggest "atta boy, Hai!"

After we left the Four Queens, the four of us went over to Binion's Horseshoe, which was the highlight of the Downtown trip for me.

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About the closest I'll ever be to filling that blank spot in the Gallery of Champions.







We got bored at Binion's after not too long, and went to this place called Mermaids. Mermaids was a totally shitty hole-in-the-wall slot machine factory for White Trash to spend their welfare checks that sold deep fried Oreos.

After waiting in line with a few fatasses, Mike and Warren are finally able to enjoy, what is probably the most unhealthiest thing a human being could eat, a deep fried Oreo.





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After Mermaids we went to what was probably the nicest Downtown casino (even though it was still a total shit-hole), the Golden Nugget.

Here is Mike holding up a $500 chip that he won after hitting a straight-flush playing three-card poker. (Side Note: Since I've left, Mike hit another straight-flush playing three-card poker, and made another nice-score - too bad he couldn't have this kind of luck in the WSOP).



After this, Warren, Mike, and I blew $10 on an "Oxygen Bar". After we were done, Aaron (being the smart bastard that he is) was kind enough to inform us that Oxygen bars are bad for you and can give you a stroke. I was noticing that my lip was going numb after we got done, so I was a little freaked out for a few minutes. It was so kind of Aaron to quietly wait and watch us all blow $10 trying to get a stroke before piping up and mentioning that we all should be dead. Thanks Aaron.



Our last little adventure Downtown was a $40 bet between Mike and Warren as to whether or not Warren could be thrown out of Fitzgerald's (another shitty Downtown casino) in 20 minutes or less for counting cards. Aaron and I were quite anxious to observe this bet. We waited out on Fremont Street while Mike and Warren went in to conduct the bet. I acted as the escrow and held each of their $40 in my pocket. Aaron and I just chilled and went into a gift shop for a few minutes so I could buy stuff for my girlfriend (who, admittedly, I was starting to miss at this point during the trip). About 15 minutes into the bet, Aaron and I left the gift shop and walked over by the entrance to Fitzgerald's. Five minutes later Aaron and I venture into the casino. We find Mike with a big smile on his face (this is enough for me to put the $80 in his hand), and Warren bitching about how the dealer "didn't deal fast enough". That's too bad, Warren. I hope Mike does your Mom with the $40 he won from you.

Finally, after we had enough, we got in a cab and headed back to the Rio around 6:00 pm.

When we get back to the Rio, we meet up with "Poker Dan" (aka: TheGiftOfGab) who had been sleeping all afternoon since he was up all night playing poker. Dan is all ready to go out, so the five of us (Mike, Warren, Aaron, Dan, and I) decide to head over to the Bellagio for dinner and possibly a little poker. I was pretty pumped to see the poker room at the Bellagio. It is home to the "big game" (the $4,000/$8,000 game that Doyle and Co. play in). With it being the peak of the WSOP, I was sure that they would be playing. Unfortunately, there wasn't the slightest hint of "the big game" that night, which leads me to think that Bellagio CEO Bobby Baldwin was playing in the game - which forces everyone to move it to a neutral casino - so no one suspects anything foul if recent Hall of Fame inductee Baldwin has a big session in his own casino.

Anyway, we didn't see any real appetizing games, so we left the poker room to get some dinner. We went to this place called "Fix". It would eventually be the most expensive meal of my life. It cost me like $125 (just for me!). Makes me not mind having to drop $40 when Courtney (my girlfriend) and I go out to Applebee's.

This was the scene of Warren's wine-chugging and steak-binging. It had Mike, Dan, Aaron, and I in stitches. We ordered a bottle of wine. Dan did the honors of tasting the wine to ensure it wasn't spoiled. I'm glad he stepped up and did this, because I had no idea what to look for while tasting wine. In fact, I even went ahead and made a bit of a fool of myself when the waiter brought the bottle to us by trying to grab it out of his hands even though he was just "displaying" it to us. Wine is something I would be very interested in learning more about. We had a Red Wine from France. I won't attempt to type out what it was called, but after getting over the initial bitter taste, I found it quite appealing.

I ordered a 20oz Ribeye cooked medium rare, it cost $40, which is the most expensive steak I've had in my life. It was pretty good, but not the best I've ever had - which I was hoping it would be given the price. I also had them bring some raw Yellowtail fish. They put a tiny jalepeno on each little slice, and it was maybe the best raw fish I've ever had. I also had some Lobester mashed potatoes (hands down the best form of potato I've had in my life - if I ever go back - I'm just ordering a few bowls of this and calling it a night). I capped it off with a White Russian for desert, add in a nice tip, and my share of the wine, and the whole dinner cost me like $120 or so.

Towards the end of the meal, Aaron had to leave to go home. I was sad to see him go, he definetly helped loosen the tension caused by Warren's moments of social inadequacy. Of course, moments before Aaron left, Warren went ahead and reached over with his dirty fork and took a big scoop out of Aaron's dish of spinach! Mike, Dan, and I honestly about shit our pants with stifled laughter. Aaron just sat there and took it - knowing that in about 5 minutes, he would never have to see Warren again.

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After settling our massive bill, the remaining four of us went back to the Rio to check in on the WSOP action. Here are some more photos that I took:

Paul Darden (black guy on the right) staking up his chips while John Juanda (Asian guy in jersey towards the left) makes a play.



Olga Varkonyi (the female the picture is most focused on) just moments before she went out. Olga is the wife of 2002 Main Event Champion, Robert Varkonyi. Olga had a very very nice chip stack, but suffered two horrible beats on consecutive hands to be knocked out of the tournament. It was brutal, and it broke my heart to have to watch it. Both her and her husband seem like really nice people, and she was playing well enough to possibly join her husband on the Gallery of Champions until lady luck just kicked her in the ass.



I was standing right beside Robert Varkonyi while he watched his wife. He was kind enough to talk to me on a few occassions, as well as smile for a picture. He is a really nice down-to-earth guy. I liked him a lot.



After being knocked out, Olga was hounded by ESPN cameras and other various media personel.



Mike 'the Mouth' Matusow made a very nice gesture by coming over and talking to Robert after his wife was knocked out of the tournament. I thought this was a classy move made by a guy who most feel is pretty class-less.



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I got sick of watching these guys play, and decided to enter a $125 satellite to the $1,000 WSOP event that was taking place on Tuesday. I'll keep this story short, as it is a painful memory for me. I was really hoping to get to play in a WSOP event, and this satellite was my chance to do just that. It was a 10 man satellite where first place received entry to the $1,000 event the next day. I was kicking ass and playing about as well as I know how. I got down to heads up, and got KK all in preflop against AQ. Long story short, my opponent hit his A, and knocked me out the next hand (after I was left with basically nothing when my KK was cracked). I win that KK hand, and I'm in the Event #44 that took place on Tuesday, which had a $180k first place prize. That woulda been a great experience to simply just "play". But I guess it wasn't my time - and I sure as hell wasn't planning on putting up the $1,000 directly for the event. I am convinced that if I continue to outclass my opponents, great things are going to happen to me in the poker world. I just need to keep a level-head and stay patient. It won't be long.

Pretty distraught after what happened in the satellite, I decided to call it a night - and put an end to one of the most eventful days of my life.

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Michael 'the Grinder' Mizrachi (right) chats with his brother between hands.



Layne Flack and Mike 'the Mouth' have a little chat between hands.



This is why I love Layne Flack. He's in a tournament with over $50 million in prize money up for grabs, and he's downing Coors' Light by the gallon during play. This guy is scary-good. He went out on an awful beat, but otherwise would have probably been thick in the hunt for the $7.5 million first place prize.



Scott Fischman watching his buddy Dutch Boyd push all of his chips in. Scott was a really cool guy. I stood by him for 15 minutes or so watching Dutch (who has an amazing life story even though he's only 24 years old) on the rail. Scott was real cool and we talked a little bit about poker-related stuff. He talked to me as though we had been friends for years - and he didn't even know my name. When I walked away from him, I said "alright man, I'm outta here, take care", and he stuck his hand out to shake mine and said "yea man, keep it real". He's a cool guy. I'm glad I met him.



Here is the media frenzie around Dutch Boyd (standing - in middle) after he pushes all in. His opponent eventually folded, and Dutch survived to play on Tuesday.



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Tuesday:

I had a 10:05pm flight out of Vegas. I got online when I woke up to message a friend on Nubblies (Magiclit) to see if she wanted to meet up before I left town. We agreed to meet at Mandalay Bay at 7:30 for a beer or two (or in her case, four) before I left town.

After squaring things away in the room, Mike and I made the long walk to the poker room. Mike (being the rich Jew-bastard that he is [that's just the jealousy talking]) bought in to the $1,000 WSOP event that I nearly played in. I walked around and took a few pictures while occasionally checking in on Mike to see how he was doing. Here are some pictures:

Actress Jennifer Tilly pushin' everyone around. On this hand I was watching, Jennifer limped in late position. The flop came 458. A guy bet out, and Jennifer quickly called with a trembling hand, I immediately thought "she's got 67". I stuck around to watch her take a mountain of chips off of her opponent - with a 67 offsuit.



This was my first glimpse of poker legend TJ Cloutier (right). Costa Rican Superstar Humberto Brenes (left) had the unfortunate draw of sitting to TJ's right.



Dutch Boyd tells the ESPN cameras "what happened" shortly after being eliminated.



Mike contemplates his play in the $1,000 event. The tournament did not last long for him. He was cold-decked the whole time, and eventually lost a race for all his chips an hour into the tournament.



Men 'the Master' Nguyen chatting away. When I walked up to the table, he was bragging to everyone about how he tied Phil Hellmuth for "Most All Time Cashes" the night before. When he saw me taking his picture, he told the table (in a heavy Asian accent), "see baby! everyone loves Men the Master! strangers take my picture and touch me!" I just winked at him and walked away.



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TJ Cloutier telling someone "what happened" after freshly being knocked out.



Howard Lederer signing some autographs in the hallway during a break.



Phil Ivey doing the same.



John Juanda on his way into the Full Tilt Poker Hospitality Booth.



Ivey packs away a donut before heading back to the tournament room.



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The defending champion Greg Raymer doesn't have time for donuts, which is probably for the best. The poor guy can't even enjoy his break, and instead is mauled by reporters. He handles it very well though.



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I suggest we go to the Stratosphere. The statosphere is the tallest man-made structure west of the Mississippi.

Here is a picture of it to give you perspective. Note that all of the buildings around it are massive casinos several stories high.



Warren and Mike agreed that a Stratosphere trip was in line, since neither of them had ever been there either. At the top of the building are 4 theme-park rides. After navigating our way through the casino, and up a seemingly endless amount of elevators, we finally reach the top of the massive structure. We decided to ride the High Roller (a pussy-ass roller coaster that goes in a circle - but was still fun since you're up so high) and the "Big Shot" (which is basically like the Power Tower at Cedar Point - this ride was pretty tight). Here are some pictures from the Stratosphere Trip:

Here is the view of Downtown Vegas from a-top the Stratosphere.



Here is a view of "The Strip".



Its really quite gorgeous out there.



Mike (left) and Warren on the "High Roller".



Me on the "High Roller".



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Mike took this one. The shirt I'm wearing has the URL to Mike's website on it. I figured I better plug it for him after all he's done for me. When you get done reading all this, check it out.



We left the Stratosphere and went back to the Rio to eat at this Seafood Buffet. It was like $27 (this was after Mike gave me a $10 off coupon he had). It was a pretty good buffet. I had a lot of crab legs, which are normally very expensive at restaurants. So for $27, I mainly just ate crab since filling me up with it would cost several hundred at a non-buffet. It was getting close to about 6:00 pm, I sorta jewed out on Mike and Warren while they were still eating, because I wanted to go down to the poker room one last time and say my goodbyes. Here are a few final pictures from the poker room:

Phil Ivey signs a few autographs during a break.



Mike Matusow is interviewed by Richard Belski.



Greg Raymer is interviewed by Richard Belski.



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This is a great picture. Right after being interviewed, Raymer walks by me. While snapping a picture, I stick my fist out there and ask him how much chips he has. He hits my fist and says "1.6 million" with a smile. Cool guy. Wish the picture wasn't so blurry.



I snapped the picture too early to catch it, but when Juanda saw I was taking his picture, he threw the peace sign at me and smiled. This happened probably half a second after the shutter clicked. Bummer.



Finally after saying my goodbyes to the poker room, I head back up to the room to pack up my stuff. After cramming my stuff into my two bags, I get a call from Magiclit at 6:30 saying she's already at Mandalay Bay. I finish saying my goodbyes to Mike and Warren and head over there to meet her. I had a great time hanging out with Mike. It was the first time I had ever met him in person. We talk online quite a bit and became pretty good friends before this trip - and I was glad that we got along well in person too. He's a cool guy - one of the coolest I know.

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I get into yet another cab driven by yet another man who barely speaks English, and tell him to take me to Mandalay Bay. This turned out to be one of the nicer casinos I saw on the trip as well. After navigating my way through the casino (for those of you who aren't aware, most Vegas casinos are absolutely enormous - you won't understand what I mean until you go in one) I finally locate Magiclit sitting at the bar in the "House of Blues" restaurant. She immediately asks me what I want to drink, I ask if they have any Amstel Light (which is my favorite beer at the moment) - they do - and half of it is gone before I can say hello (I was thirsty)! She was very excited to meet me. We had a nice time, and spent most of it talking about Nubblies. I basically just gave her the lo-down on everyone on here that I know in person. She asked most of the questions, and had the bulk of the energy in the conversation - I was whiped out after the busy week - and ready to go home. For you haters out there, she is a good girl and means well - and probably cares more about this site than about anyone on here. About halfway through the conversation, we get on the subject of how I just turned 21. She kinda leans over and whispers to me "yea...I'm only 20". This surprised the fuck out of me. I thought she was like 24 or something - and come to find out - we're sitting at a bar and she's not even old enough to order alcohol! She shows me her real ID and her fake ID to prove it. I've gotta say, growing up in Vegas has made her very mature and street smart. She's leaps and bounds ahead of your average 20 year old girl in Indiana. She could pass for 25 like nothing. So needless to say, I was shocked to find out she was younger than I. We talked about her family and what it was like to grow up in Vegas - and before I knew it - I had to get to the airport.

I had another beer to bring my final total to two. She polished off number four as we were walking towards the valet so I could get a cab to get to the airport. I'm glad I got to meet her, and hopefully we'll be able to execute her idea of having a Nubblies gathering in Vegas sometime in the not too distant future. Here are a couple pictures of the two of us:




After a touching conversation with my cab driver, who was from Tanzania, I got on my connecting flight to Newark, NJ. I didn't sleep at all through the night. I left Vegas at 10:05 pm Pacific, and got to Indy at 8:00 am Central - and headed straight to my girlfriend's (who lives a lot closer to the airport than I do) to sleep. I was more tired than I have ever been in my life.

I'm really into planes and shit, so on a totally unrelated note, here is a picture of a badass Israeli 777 that I saw in Jersey. This picture doesn't do justice for just how big this plane is. I was in a plane the exact same size as the plane you can see in the background. So needlesss to say when I saw the 777 I reached for the camera pretty quick. I think it's the biggest plane used in commercial aviation - at least it is until that new Airbus comes out.



What a great trip, thanks for reading - and sorry it was so long! Hope it was worth it. Go to Vegas if you've never been.



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The Damage:

About $700 spent on food and alcohol
About $75 lost gambling (I didn't really gamble at all - which surprised me - I guess I wasn't really in the mood)
14 Casinos visited (rated on a scale of 1-10)
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  • The Bellagio (9)</font>
  • Caesar's Palace (7)</font>
  • The Wynn (10)</font>
  • Manadaly Bay (9)</font>
  • New York, New York (6)</font>
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  • Binion's Horseshoe (3)</font>
  • Fitzgerald's (2)</font>
  • Mermaid's (1)</font>
  • Fremont Casino (2)</font>
  • Golden Nugget (4)</font>
  • Stratosphere (7)</font>
A countless amount of laughs
A few new friends
Three states I had never set foot in before (Nevada, Texas, Jersey)
Three aces I couldn't dodge to play in a WSOP event
One Nubblies member I met
Countless numbers of fake breasts
Countless numbers of "popped collar" douchebags
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dude.. you are ugly..and look way older than 21..shit dog..im 34 and look younger than you.........

magiclit looks very nice..verynice

awesome recount of the journey..well documented....
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talk is cheap...wait till your 30....we'll see what you r doing then.....BTW im EST so it was 1AM........

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UB, you are an absolutely awesome person, I'm so glad you are the first Nubblies member I have gotten the chance to meet in person. This was a very well documented post, you deserve another Golden N! And I really hope after Gaz turns 21, I could get some of you AWESOME MID-WEST FOLK to come out to vegas to really have a good time! It was my pleasure to meet you.

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