Who da man?

Mr. Final Table is Master David Smith.  The last time that appellation was used 60+ years ago  on a birthday card from his maiden aunt.  I think she enclosed 2-bucks too. Little did she know it was headed for wax mustaches and Bubble gum cigars. It also applies to Dave in Poker and Bridge.

And more on the way.  Dave had a rough go in LV until Sunday’s final table.  He even got some sand kicked in his face by Sparky36 for a min cash that was described as little pay for the hours invested.  But, never sneeze at a $500+ profit.   That’s a rough nut to beat with just a $200 buyin and that goes for tournament and cash games.

So stop over at the House of Mojo and say congrats.

P.S. I can’t be the only guy following Dave…

 

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  1. June 27th, 2018 at 17:05 | #1

    Thanks, Ken.

  2. June 28th, 2018 at 23:45 | #2

    Sand kicked in his face? You’ve turned into a liberal Indiana snowflake! Excuse me — I don’t mean to throw any microaggressions your way and would certainly never say anything that would be a trigger for you.

    JOSIE JOSIE JOSIE JOSIE JOSIE

  3. June 29th, 2018 at 07:31 | #3

    @lightning36
    LOL No, I just thought it funny that you single out Dave by knocking the low profit aspect of long hours for a min return. That’d apply to my low roller approach to tournaments. But you nailed that on the guy with a half-million tournament payout history.

    I don’t know why I’ve always rattled your chain. It’s just been fun. I think it came from that horrid sound effect you had. That really got old. I really do like you more than JOSIE JOSIE JOSIE. But she ain’t bad either.

  4. June 29th, 2018 at 14:03 | #4

    I hear Rob whine all the time about minimum cashing and long hours. Maybe when I retire I’ll get back on the tournament bandwagon.

  5. June 29th, 2018 at 16:55 | #5

    Rob whines about getting KK too. Besides getting big cards they need to be played properly. It why things like suited connectors play well when the odds are there. We all have overplayed big pairs.

    A min-cash means you played better that 2/3rd of the players and left ahead instead of behind. You’ve also limited the rake.

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