Preparing for day one

by , Jul 8, 2007 | 3:58 am

I have been living at the Rio for most of the WSOP, having come home twice for a grand total of 96 hours. I won my seat into the $10,000 main event this past Thursday and registered to start day 1d, which means I play Monday. Originally, I was just going to hang out at the Rio and relax and just do nothing before I started play. Instead, I decided to make the 5 hour drive home to Phoenix and be with my girlfriend, and my dog. There aren’t many things more depressing to me than being alone in a hotel for days…and there isn’t anything better to me than being with the people who love me and those whom I love. Sleeping in my own bed isn’t bad either.

4 Comments to “Preparing for day one”

  1. Lisa, Robert's Girlfriend

    We’re pretty happy you came home too!

  2. The First Bracelet

    Good luck, TBR(obert, not andy)! Will be keeping an eye on ya!

  3. DanM

    Bracelet, don’t be confused between BR and TBR. If you listened to Beyond the Table, you would understand these things.

    Good luck, Goldfarb. Play well and all that good stuff. And thanks for sharing your thoughts and insights with us, because we know TBR’s only got one set of moves — come in for a raise, or reraise all-in.

  4. DanM

    And for those of you who don’t know, in Arizona Posse lingo — they are like the Batfaces, only more accomplished/blinged out — playing the satellite game(s) into various events is called “Goldfarbing” your way in.