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Walking the Wild Side

The sign at the top here says, “Main Street Version”  and there is truth in that advertising.   I’m certainly not Robin Leech.  Wouldn’t want to be; now that I think of it.  So, having the inside skinny isn’t something you’ll find here with me sucking on a straw bantering with my fellow reporters.

So, you’ll have to bop over to another site to see some of the inside info about Full Tilt and two of its pros — Benyamine and Ivy.

We now return you to your regularly scheduled programming:  lifestyles of the Rich and Famous.  While working at Pokerworks, I recall another blogger there used to regularly give head to Robin Leech.  He later did the same with his “Uncle Tilty”.  He made good money at it — 5K a month at PW.  Supposedly got more at FT.  That may be of interest to some but it is hardly close to a day in the life of Phil Ivey.   (Neither was this article was  written with an overpriced Mont Blanc fountain pen. But I do have a rather sexy keyboard if I say so myself.)


Got this email.  Neat site.

The screen is going to fade to black; have your glasses on, and ‘click’ on Year of your birth below.

You’ll be pleasantly surprised with this one… Type the year only!! Then click the question (?) mark!
Sit back and enjoy!!

I then tried it with other years, like my kids and grandkids…it’s all very interesting indeed!

Year of your birth


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  1. Very Josie
    July 30th, 2011 at 06:24 | #1

    How many kids and grandkids do you have?  How many great great grandkids?

  2. July 30th, 2011 at 06:33 | #2

    What about “I got this email” personalized it and shouted Ken to you? 

  3. August 1st, 2011 at 12:15 | #3

    I keyed in my year of birth and it said “ARE YOU KIDDING?” in big capital letters. Have I been insulted?

  4. August 1st, 2011 at 15:04 | #4

    Worked for 1940.   Time for new glasses?
    In 1940, the world was a different place.
    There was no Google yet. Or Yahoo. Or Pokerperambulation, for that matter.
    In 1940, the year of your birth, the top selling movie was Pinocchio.

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