Back on Track

13 April, 2008 (17:40) in Site News written by James Yates




After a semi-exhausting training regimen, which involved lots of time deep in study and mucho reading, I feel like I’m now back on my Poker game and sharper than ever. It never ceases to amaze me what I can accomplish after I am thoroughly fed up with something, walk away for a few days and then come back with fresh eyes and a more focused outlook. Most people would learn a lesson here, but I don’t have that long of an attention span and hey that car had a cool paint job, awesome!

As you can see in the picture above, I’ve also continued to do battle (unwisely) with my offspring, this time taking a bitter-but-hardfought loss in the Daily Drink-off competition. That guy is going to make some girl proud one day when he sets the world record for Jager-bombs in one night, he can flat out drink. Surely there is a game I can dominate my household at. Oh…I have it….no, I’m 0-78 at Othello too. Pfft. Who needs to be King of games when I am the undisputed household champion of Worst Weekend Personal Hygiene routine. Lifetime, and counting :)

P.S. I have two really cool guides just about to be released. Shhhhhhhhhhh.


Comment from Nicole
Time April 13, 2008 at 7:25 pm

That is too true, you are super stinky ;)Up for a game of Carcassonne?

Comment from James Yates
Time April 13, 2008 at 7:56 pm

I prefer less-than-clean but…I do clean up nice :)

Comment from Michiel Van Kets
Time August 6, 2012 at 10:57 pm

If you find yourself on a losing streak, walk away. Take a break. Have a Kit Kat. Not to mention that your luck may change for the better.

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