Sorry for the lack of updates recently, I have been playing tons of poker online, but not blogging anything because I don't have a goal. Yesterday I played a few tourneys and three observers told me to update my blog! Then I realized how much more I need to update it, so I will really try to do that.
Good news! Pokerstars announced that they will continue serving U.S. customers, and business will remain as it has been (link). Pokerstars is BY FAR the best site out there, and its a relief to see that they will stay loyal to the U.S. customers. On the flip side, the actual Port Security/Online Gaming bill was signed by Bush a few days ago. How does it actually affects the average U.S. player? From what I have gathered, I don't think anything. There are plenty of companies like Neteller overseas that U.S. players can use to make transfers to sites that remained open. I don't really see a problem here, and I am not worried at all at this point. So that's that.
As of late I have been playing thousands of hands daily and am currently on a great run. I have been playing cash games on UB lately and making some there, along with the usual stars games. I am also playing more tournaments and find myself going deep in a lot of things, then either winning them, or making an unessecary play that costs me my tourney life. I am looking forward to playing today in the Sunday tourneys. I feel that my tourney game has improved quite a bit, so I am confident going into todays fields.
That's all for now,