Pumping Up the Troops?

by , Jun 4, 2008 | 11:48 am

Dealers are taking their seats for the $2,000 NLH event that’s about to start — cards in the air in 20 minutes, supposedly … and suddenly, out of nowhere, we have “I Feel Good” blasting on the loudspeakers in the Amazon Room, which is semi-sealed off to keep the players from entering right now.

I wanna make fun, but I think the music thing is working. It’s hard to be grumpy with the tunes going. (I don’t know the name of the song they’re playing now, but it’s pretty uppity, too.

UPDATE: Snake and Charles have educated me … that song was “Jerk It Out” by The Caesars. Simultaneously appropriate and frightening. They also inform me that this musical start has been a daily thing ever since the marching band played.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4h9HBn8Q60

With that in mind, I have decided to open up my shared iTunes playlist for anyone who wants to pick up some Pokerati songs. Right now we’re listening to Trivium’s “The Deceived,” which is about the feeling you have after an opponent shows you a big, successful bluff:


One Comment to “Pumping Up the Troops?”


  1. edbucks
    says:

    Looks like a scene from Beavis and Butthead.

    Beavis: How come hotels have hourly rates?
    Butt-head: Cause, dumb@$$, it only takes an hour to do it.
    Beavis: Wow! A whole hour?!
    Butt-head: A whole whore!