There are solo albums and then there are solo albums. The latest release by Ben Kenney, falls most squarely into the latter category.
Daniel Negreanu on Poker: A Personal Checklist for Playing Your Best Poker
No matter how many years you’ve played this game, it’s still important to review a personal checklist about your own game every time you sit down to play.
Daniel Negreanu on Poker: Late Stage Tournament Play
It’s in the late stages of a tournament when the men are separated from the boys.
Press Pass with Uncle Monk
There’s nothing altogether odd about a man named Tommy Erdelyi playing bluegrass music in duo Uncle Monk.
Picking Splinters: There’s Reality Behind the Fantasy
For many men, the word “fantasy” conjures images of occupying the skin of the fictional Vincent Chase and rolling on Highway One in a Maserati with a flawless woman, or eight, as seen in just about any episode of HBO’s “Entourage.”
Daniel Negreanu on Poker: Learn to Play Limit Hold’em
Television forever changed the game of poker and is solely responsible for the resurgence of no limit Texas Hold’em. Before that, limit hold’em was the name of the game.
Picking Splinters: Sharing St. Andrews
Minced onions, oatmeal, suet, spices, salt and a sheep’s heart, liver, lungs and stomach. That’s what’s in haggis. I know that because I ate it, not because I had been stuffed into one.
Daniel Negreanu on Poker: Play More Hands in Smaller Pots in Tournaments
There are a couple of methods to amass a big stack in tournament poker. One way is to try pushing small edges before the flop by playing coin flip situations, like a pair versus two overcards, or vice versa. The problem is that this approach is far too inconsistent. You’ll […]
Press Pass: Rogue Wave
There was a point in the past year where all Zach Rogue could do was pray for more time to spend with Pat Spurgeon. Spurgeon, Rogue’s creative partner in the Northern California-based band Rogue Wave, needed a kidney transplant to replace the failing organ he received from his first […]
Mason’s Madagascar Mafia
On an island nation near Africa’s southeast coast, three boys shared a passion and a dream — playing soccer and coming to America. At George Mason High School, they have realized both.