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1  Poker Forums / Diaries and Blogs / Re: Bill and Ted's Excellentes Aventures on: January 13, 2023, 07:30:14 PM
       I am exhausted. Arrived DTD with chunks in the £200 and just below average in the £1k.
        The £200 started at 12pm and the £1k at 1pm. I cleared with Ryan and they kindly let me ‘multi table’.
          This was massive fun. I came 9th in the £1k when my AQ wasn’t lucky enough to beat JJ. I then went out of
           £200 in a harsh spot. I jammed KK on a 9 high board. The villain called with A9 and spiked an ace on the turn.
            Having said that I several lucky spots during the comps. My 77 beat KK, I hit a set of 88’s on a couple of occasions which
            gave me a full double up on each occasion.
            The other remarkable thing has been the fact that nearly everyone in UK Poker was here last night. All loving the game and enjoying
             themselves. Live poker seems to on it’s way back. Apologies for the messy lay out. I am on my phone fumbling may through the Super High
             Roller. Whilst the money would be nice the thought of 3 ‘flags’ in one day is well worth the grind.
               Mitch is here, that silver pigeon guy, Skallie, Stato, Wadey in fact everyone. When I get time maybe tomorrow I will get to grips with the
             photo uploading.
                Sunday is a day off from poker so I am lucky to have an invite to Spurs v Arsenal. If you haven’t been lucky enough to see it the new Spurs stadium is absolutely remarkable structure. I am very much looking forward to the game.
               So that’s it ‘ live from seat 2 on table 1. 21 players left from 25 entries. £100k guaranteed. Let’s roll.
2  Poker Forums / Diaries and Blogs / Re: Bill and Ted's Excellentes Aventures on: January 10, 2023, 11:08:27 AM
Right I need an idiots guide to uploading photo’s from my iPhone to this site please. Instruct as if speaking to a 9 year old.
3  Poker Forums / Diaries and Blogs / Re: Bill and Ted's Excellentes Aventures on: January 10, 2023, 09:20:50 AM
Ah. Here I am.
4  Poker Forums / Diaries and Blogs / Re: Prose from a Poshboy on: January 08, 2023, 12:23:43 PM
So good to see this diary again.
5  Poker Forums / Diaries and Blogs / Re: Bill and Ted's Excellentes Aventures on: January 08, 2023, 12:22:17 PM
Is it time to re activate this diary ? I am semi retired now. Have more time on my hands and beginning to play a little more seriously . Is there an audience for my ramblings ?
6  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Staking / Re: WSOP $1500 no limit deuce to seven, Tuesday 6th June, @1.1 on: June 08, 2017, 06:26:53 PM
Good luck from old man Gascoigne WAWAW.
7  Poker Forums / Diaries and Blogs / Re: Bill and Ted's Excellentes Aventures on: December 07, 2016, 08:47:53 PM
    Yes I am beside myself with joy. Ed and Helen are not going all Social Media on this so nothing on Facebook or Twitter so it's a sign of his high regard of Blonde that he's even mentioned Toby's safe arrival. Obviously I have loads of photo's and if I see anyone and you ask............. In other news everyone was quite please with Bingo's recent run out at Lingfield and there is a chance of another run out at Kempton on December 27th which being just down the road from Ed's home could actually see a little 'adventure'. Personally taking a break from the poker at the moment. Work has really taken off again and there just isn't any space although I may play some of the DTD comps in the post Christmas period but visiting Toby may just be about a zillion times more fun.
8  Poker Forums / Diaries and Blogs / Re: Bill and Ted's Excellentes Aventures on: November 29, 2016, 02:51:56 PM
    There's a bit of anxiety about how he will perform after the lay off. Chomping at the bit and he can be a bit skatty as per his first ever run at Huntingdon. Each Way Punt.
9  Poker Forums / Diaries and Blogs / Re: Bill and Ted's Excellentes Aventures on: November 29, 2016, 02:49:04 PM
   Well sorry for the recent absence. Lots to report but best if Edward does that.
Meanwhile Bingo gets his first run out for a little by while at Lingfield this afternoon at 2.40.
10  Poker Forums / The Rail / Re: Ping Pong charity match: who you got? on: October 11, 2016, 10:05:55 AM
     I have a strange feeling that 'Butlins' was an unlikely destination for the Goulder family holidays. Just a hunch.
11  Poker Forums / Diaries and Blogs / Re: Bill and Ted's Excellentes Aventures on: October 02, 2016, 07:33:07 PM
         As Edward and Helen get increasingly excited about the impending end of a good nights sleep I thought I would bring the diary up to date regarding Bingo. As you recall having blasted through the field at Newbury over two miles he immediately retreated to the treatment room for what seems an age.
       Well the good news is seems fine following the injury and his work has been steadily increasing. The aim seems to be just getting mileage rather than upping the tempo. He should be ready for reappearance in November with the first race being very cautious because of his tendency to get excited. Long term we hope to see him race up to 6 times this season sticking to the 2 mile distance. Let's see how it goes and if there is any interest I will arrange a trip for interested Blonde punters once I know when and where he's running.
        In other news it's great to see Tighty doing the updates again on the Deepstack. I think that was part of the magic and should that continue I am sure it will contribute to numbers and interest. Love and Rockets.
12  Poker Forums / Live Tournament Updates / Re: £250,000 GTD October DTD Deepstack Fri 30 Sep - Sun 2 Oct on: October 02, 2016, 07:14:47 PM
Gl Stato / Tom

Good luck to you both.
13  Poker Forums / Diaries and Blogs / Re: Bill and Ted's Excellentes Aventures on: June 29, 2016, 10:02:49 PM
    Seeing as Ed has plastered his personal news all over Facebook I don't think I am being out of turn to let avid followers of this diary know that Ed mad Helen are expecting a child ( boy) due around November 11th. This is really great news apart from the impact on myself as I don't feel old enough or responsible enough to be a grandad. Hopefully all will progress well such that we can all go to Fulham away on the 19th.
14  Poker Forums / Diaries and Blogs / Re: Bill and Ted's Excellentes Aventures on: May 30, 2016, 07:27:47 PM
   No it was 'just' in scope and also has a 'fire retardant ' label. The safety stewards wouldn't let me drape where I wanted it in the ground but we found a compromise. It was such a good day. Shame the ticket allocation was a bit of a fiasco as Hull didn't sell all theirs and because of how they had been distributed the spares couldn't be sent to Shefdield. Flag was great fun before the game though. Might have to go to The Euro's.......
15  Poker Forums / Diaries and Blogs / Re: Bill and Ted's Excellentes Aventures on: May 29, 2016, 08:16:38 AM
      Terrific adventure for lots of reasons. Any older football fan knows the joy of taking your grown up kids to the game is special. Having not been to Wembley for 23 years meant there was a lot of pent up emotion in the Wednesday fans and I think they expressed themselves pretty well at the game.
      We met at an Italian in Marylebone before the match  for a civilised meal and then it was a short but very enjoyable tube ride from Baker Street to Wembley Park. Such is the scale and mix of London that on Marylebone High street you see the 'women who lunch' taking their skinny latte's in charming kerbside cafe's whilst a little more that a five minute walk away there's carnage in the Witherspoon's by the tube. We enjoyed a lively and fun loving sing song on the way to the stadium. Once there we 'soaked up the atmosphere' on a
small patch of grass which had become an open air fan zone. It was clear from then on the day would be loud. Headed up the stadium for a drink in the ground before taking seats in good time for kick off. Best team won on the day. My only observation would be the sanitisation and over controlling nature of 'Wembley'. To me it didn't feel like the 'home of football' anymore. Whilst the fans were loud and brilliant all the pre match messaging about 'no flags above a certain size','no flagpoles', no inflatables, etc etc has created a kind of 'you will do what we allow atmosphere' contrary to the true spirit of football. In the new world of camera's and segregation surely a flag on a pole isn't going to be used as a weapon? Surely an inflatable banana isn't a threat to anyone's health and well being. Yes the stadium 'works' and the site lines are excellent but to me it lacks charm. But then I prefer Villa Park,Goodison,Anfield and Hillsborough to the modern IKEA Bowls that have emerged over the last 15 years.
         Managed to get away after the game without drama and reflect on a really great day out. I do think that things are stirring over in Sheffield 6 but the Championship is a really tough league to escape from and yesterday we were just 90 minutes away from the big prize. Not a 'cup' but a whole season of playing the Liverpools,Man Utd's and Arsenal's.
        Well it wasn't to be. Hull were a better stronger team and a wonder goal did the business.
         Was it a little 'adventure' it surely was. It's only football that does this as we will see in a few weeks time at the Euro's.
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