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I grew up too quickly. I wish I would have stayed in school and played a little bit of poker on the side, but not so much that it almost consumed my life like it did. That will be covered in my next post. I was loving poker, Atlas, my friends, life in general. People graduate and leave. This is what eventually led me to New York.
I had two rooms now: One bedroom and one office. Both were on the top floor, and both were the only rooms with full bathrooms in them. Everyone had to use the shower in my office, which was interesting. I had another amazing year living with them.
My five years in Madison actually, just the last four were the best years of my life to date. But those were years full of laughter, fun, poker, great new friendships, and it was still before I started to have real grown up responsibilities. I had plenty of room in my new office for Dan to come over and play, or for me to store my mountains of empty gallon jugs of water and empty boxes of protein bars.
Still was working on a fold out table as a desk, but overall, a nice setup. Towards the beginning of that year, I took another shot at some bigger games. I was playing a lot of HU and some good 6max games ran too at higher stakes back then too. The competition was getting more and more exciting. My drive was getting stronger. The video game was becoming more real.
Thanks for sharing your story with the world! I laughed hard at Andrew getting pwned by Wayne Newton. I hope you keep blogging regularly, you have a real talent for writing, Phil. I wanted to ask you about when you took shots and lost,I found that it really makes you depressed like you said with the KQ hero check raise.
When I took a shot and lost a lot of my roll and then had a bad run even when I dropped I considered giving up completely or that I would never be able to beat the higher games,did you ever think of that? Thanks for the blog,I really enjoy these,gg. I am from a small country called Guatemala, down in Central America. I just write to say that you are one of my most respected and liked players. You know what I mean. I have been following you and seeing your game, and I just admire how cool and collected you always seem to be, not to mention your knowledge and reads on the game.
I have no idea if you follow up on comments on your blog, but if you do, thanks for taking the time to read me. Keep up the good work Phil, you sure do a great job. That was a brilliant read Phil. Thank you for taking the time to do it.
I have seen you communicate parts of your story in interviews before but to see it all written down is very interesting. You went into some detail about your regret for not living your student years more fully which interests me. I am 25 years old and only had a passing interest in poker when I was at university. I feel the opposite regret in that I wish I had taken the game as seriously as I do now when the games were so soft and I had so much free time.
Good read Phil, you write nicely! Continue the good work poker, friends and blogging. I enjoyed the read. Wish u wrote more about party scene at college n in Vegas but suppossed u were busy crushing it. Thanks for sharing… If you choose u could be the author of a New York Times best seller.. Great style and delivery. Now my focus is being an adult: I wish you all the luck and will be following you on Twitter and hope to see you win a bracelet or two!
I myself often have a tough time looking at my life with an honest perspective. Very good read Sir, it has the mood again what I could find in any of your writings! Be proud of it! You hear so many young players going broke after the first few years, but you were successful. Hey Phil, quick question.. For a starter in poker similar to what you were in your freshman year what books would u recommend reading? Actually i do have a question. How should a player begin playing SnGs? What books should he read?
And generally what plan should he follow? Now I know the term introverted. Never knew what it was called always new I enjoyed my alone time once in awhile. Keep blogging, you articulate your thoughts very well onto the screen. Phil, your hindsight section was bittersweet for me as it feels I made the other choice. I was paying the rent and bills with my winnings and making a very nice hourly grinding high stakes.
However, I made the concious decision not to spend too much time on it and ensure I graduated. I figured I could always pick it up properly again a few years later if need be. I returned from my hiatus of 18 months with a job and the shocking realisation I almost needed to relearn the game and grind back up from small stakes. I did partially but now with a wife and kids the baller lifestyle will never happen.
I am also in no illusion as to the extent of my talent and yours. Not sure that would be the case today. Its a different world now. You have the freedom to do whatever you want in the world and the bank account to enable it. Trust me, you made the right choice, do not waste time on regrets. I have a casino near me, but they really only have NL games running.
If you were to play a full year of NL, what would you think you would make? Given, you are better than most at these levels. Just wanted your honest opinion on it. This sharing is inspiring. Though you have been blessed with some cool poker study buddies as they with you. I feel like reading that post really gives a good impression of your personality.
You seem like an awesome person Phil. Hey Phil, my favorite most inspiring part of this was where you move up, bust then start over. Thanks for all the positive feedback, guys. This almost reads like my own story.
Big difference is that I started up an online business at that age. And I made some different choices along the way.
But still in business. While I have a lot of respect for you as a poker player, possibly more so than any other, I have even more respect for you as a person. Thanks for being the way you are, Princess. I have a question only , which type of Sng did you grind stt ,mtt sng etc?
Why do you talk so much about not being gay? What a great post Phil, you are a talented storyteller and i especially loved the description of your most memorable hand and your thought process afterwards, contemplative and insightfully written. As usual, Thx vry much for sharing your point of view and your life. You realy should look forward being a writter or something and not only about poker.
You really have a gift…. Never realized I was an introvert until I read it here.. Not big on reading a lot at once but this was not bad… good stuff. I really liked your blog b4… But this one was just awesome. Even tho my english is not that great i was into it. This post makes me wanna learn more how to be a poker player. Really have to manage my tilt-control and reloading after moving up and drop backdown to grind my way up..
Hope to play ya some day! Great post, was joyful to read it, and inspirational! Some pictures of the early days would be cool. Will we hear about your days as a pirate in any future posts?
Your next blog should be about meeting durrrr and the stuff you guys learned and experienced!! Thanks for great reading and also for your work with Bluefire, the latter getting me out of a autopilot poker style and back in to using my head.
Epic post — phenomenal read — if you published an autobiography, I would buy it. Thanks for the post. All-in at one specific location or balance our range equally over many locations?
Phil, do you think it is possible to do it today? What a real pleasure to read an articulate,creative missive on the initial bones of a poker player building up to your present success.
Good grief,an idealist who plays world class poker. I read your piece on table waiting for the fishes which was excellent. If you ever quit poker you can move smoothly into writing.
I play very bad poker,too old to learn but follow the young internet warriors with a good deal of interest as I am an avid gamer but Backgammon is my preferred poison. Thankyou so much for your writings and please continue salute jonathan bennetts. For me it was interesting to hear the background story, because I was watching you in the highstakes games on FT from the get-go.
On a side note: Could somebody tell me what Improv is? I really enjoyed reading this Phil. I remember your first appearance on high stakes poker, I felt bad for you no offense but I could tell you were a down to earth guy.
Keep it up man I hope to hear more great news about you! Given how busy you are and how you wait so patiently for somethign worth writing I reckon you should have divided it up into small bite size chunks, but I enjoyed it all the same.