I went back to King’s Casino to play more Pot Limit Omaha with Leon Tsoukernik – owner of Kings and my friend. A little over a week ago when I left Leon, he was swimming in his lake to get in shape for my next massive action attack on his chip stronghold. If you read my last blog post, you know that I managed to slide out on thin ice, grab the chips, and make it back to the jet that was waiting to take off – and do it with a profit after being buried under a glacier.
Note to Self: Leon can bury you even before you knew the hole was being dug.
I love playing poker with Leon but he is a very tough player. We started small with 1k-2k blinds and I was down just over 100K. The more I watch him play, the more I believe he isn’t creating very much value for me to play him heads-up anymore. Leon has killed nearly every top German pro in heads-up action over here in the last few months. His game has continued to improve and that’s not a good thing for me since I feed on intense action with a chance to score big. Go back to the lake Leon, chill, and we’ll talk about it when you come out.
The German High Roller is waiting; I’ll play it and then head to Minsk for the very serious, juicy poker action taking place this week.