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7.30.2006

House of Cards: Day 15, July 29, 2006

Main event Day 1b: We're in the thick of it. The Rio is choc-a-block with players and spectators. The Lifestyle show is in full swing and the booth that everyone is talking about is the Bodog booth. it's a double decker suite where men stand in line for at least 30 minutes to get some beautiful women to beat them up in a pillow fight. It looks fun but who has 30 minutes for anything? I spent a little bit of time in the Lifestyle show yesterday and grabbed a brochure from the Aussie Millions. I'm writing for BreakfastClubPoker.com and PokerBlog.com.

Drinking with a future porn star: Last night housemate Sarah and I went to play some poker at the MGM. It was insanely busy, as Saturdays are. So, after we put our name in the queue, we went to have a drink at the sports book. The guy sitting next to us bought us our drinks, as guys sitting next to you are apt to do. And thus began his series of stories. Rich, who we dubbed Richie Rich, wouldn't stop about how his dad left him some $$ when he passed and he's got $600,000 in the bank which means he doesn't need a woman to make him money because "I've got thousands." Oh but of course, by the way, where can I meet some nice women like you in Las Vegas? The poor bartender obviously has to deal with his presence every day as he is quite the regular and frequently rolled her eyes. Still, it was amusing for us for a long while, and I even played some horse races at his request in exchange for him buying us drinks. But at the end of the night (when we still didn't have a table to play at), and the stories turned to how Jenna Jameson was going to be his new manager, then we bid our farewells. "When she sees me she's gonna say 'I want you in my movies!'" he said. Be careful of men who wear sunglasses in doors, they all think they're the next Ron Jeremy.

John Plays in the Main Event Today!: He has two of his best friends in town but we'll have to move mountains in order to get them in there to see him. Good luck John. Luck Luck Luck LUCK! Three of our housemates played yesterday and two of them lasted till the end of day. I can't imagine how difficult it is to outlast 2000 players only to know you have to do it again and again. But, there's only one way to do it - one day at a time. Good job to every one who is trying. This is really something.

I'll be extra slammed from here on out, (as if I wasn't already this week), but I'll try to keep you updated.

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Next: Table 180 at the WSOP to cheer John on.

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