So for a long time I put off creating a blog because i felt it was the "trendy" thing everyone was doing. Just like myspace, I have finally gave in. Hopefully I will be able to update frequently, but I know I will slack because that's what I do best (outside of poker), and I apologize in advance. I'll probably end up using this space to post some interesting hands I may play in a tournament online, talk about personal shit I do in my life, and perhaps give tournament recaps of live events I play.
Right now I don't have too much going on as far as traveling this month, although I will be in Vegas for some WSOP pre-lims from June 5th until June 18th. I plan to come home and relax for two weeks before returning July 2nd and staying through the Main Event which starts on the 6th or something. The Last weekend of June my best friend George is getting married finally, I'm pretty excited but nervous for him. He's never been one for a conventional lifestyle, as he is just into his 30's and last fall finally got his 1st "real" job since his junior year of high school. He's pretty much survived by gambling on anything and everything, and done quite well. He and Jamie have been dating on and off since they were in high school, so it's about fucking time bro!!!
I feel old, turning 27 later this month, but the odd thing is George is the 1st of my friends to get married, so I'm excited to experience this. I mean one of my other good friends Jason is practically married, since his girlfriend lives with them and they have a toddler together, but they aren't officially married. Along with my roomate Mike, the 4 of us have all been really close since I was in high school, and with Mike finally dating someone seriously again I've been going through some weird inner feelings. Kind of like I'm being left behind, as they are getting serious with their lives, here I am with no serious girlfriend which means I obviously have no clue as to what the future has in store for me as far as my own family. This has kind of lead to me going through some depression of my own the last few months. Depression runs in my family, and I have seen therapists in my past, including trying multiple drugs to help tame my mood swings. I never found a drug that I really like, feel like I tried them all, so eventually I just stop seeing the therapists. After the WSOP I will probably take a little time from poker to try and make myself happy on and off the tables. All right, it's almost 6 A.M., time to try and sleep now.