My last blog post had me still going up but getting a lot of bad beats and giving me the feeling that I was swimming against the current. Right after that blog post things started to change and with my roll at $1125 I sat down at a NL50 table and started to feel my way around. At first not much was happening but after a while I hit on this hand:
888 Hand #631255823: Hold Em No Pot Limit ($0.25/$[...] Read more » Time To Go Food Shopping
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 50 (M)
That´s a nice gesture from you Hope that your poker playing keep on paying because you deserve
Giving back it.s always rewarding I know for my experience I do some volunteer work with elderly people No money left specially on christmas and the poker profit are none (broke on PS and 40 cents at party) so the only thing I have to give is my free time This "free work " is warm to my heart and peacefull to my soul
It felt good doing this, and the people at the food bank were certainly appreciative.
Nice. Altough after this title it was a bit letdown not reading the whole list of foods you bought and gave away. If this would be Ronin's blogpost he surely made at least one paragraph about what he had for dinner that day, let alone a full cart of goodies he bought for charity.
Joined: Nov '09
Age: 48 (M)
I tried to stretch the money as much as possible, so it was all non-perishable goods that were mostly on sale. I picked up a box of fruit juice bottles, tea, precooked rice, pasta, pasta sauce, canned vegetables, canned meats, canned fruits, some boxes of cookies. A little of everything so that they can put together a couple of baskets.
Joined: Mar '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 48 (M)
Good on you mate and this is a very heartwarming story and i would like to salute you on this very generous gesture. I really hope you can keep winning because you thoroughly deserve it. Good on you again