I'll Be Back...
I'm flying home to New York City today. It will be a short stay. I'll return to Las Vegas in less than two months. In the meantime, I'm going to be doing a lot of writing, a ton of traveling, making token appearances at a few weddings, and attending a bunch of random meetings. Somehow, I'll try to squeeze in a little poker and even make some time to chase the muff around.
Well, I survived Las Vegas, specifically one of the most brutal summers in recent history. I'm going to see if I have enough material for a book. I should but until I sit down and start working on it, I just won't know.
Let me apologize in advance if I didn't get to hang out with some of you in Las Vegas over the last few days and weeks. I'm also sorry that I haven't answered everyone's emails and voice messages. There is too much for me to sort through. I start clearing my inbox everyday and after an hour or two I realize how little of a dent I made and move onto another project. I'll eventually read everything. Every since I moved to Las Vegas it seems I'm always catching up. I'm way behind on my blog reading. I have yet to be "ahead of schedule" on anything since I left NYC.
Oh well. Moving on...
Grubby and I hit up Sunset Station and the Excalibur one last time. We also stopped off at Klondike Casino to eat a cheap late night meal. I'm gonna play a few SNGs on Noble Poker before I crash. That's it for now. The next update will be from... New York City.
I want to take this last breath to thank everyone for reading over the last few months. And thanks for your support during my entire time here in Las Vegas. I picked up a ton of new readers and that's pretty cool. I've also had a tight-knit loyal following prior to the WSOP and you guys deserve a lot of credit as well.
I also have to thank everyone in the poker blogging community for... well for simply being there for me. Without poker bloggers and readers... I'd still be a struggling writer. Without poker bloggers, I'd be a "nobody" and a "never will be." Thanks for helping me along the way and inspiring me to take tremendous leaps of faith with writing, blogging, and my career.
Lastly, thanks to Flipchip and the Poker Prof for everything. This entire Las Vegas experience could not have been possible without their help and guidance. Thanks again guys.