The last month (January) has been filled with so many known-unknowns, loose variables, tight variables, up and downs with everything spinning around. I begin to recognize things in this way, if I plan to be apart of project like this it will indeed take on life on its own. Staring at the computer for hours on end cutting, pasting, plugging in/out, coding, decoding, memorizing, saving, filing, text and messaging the interested. I woke up today about 8:00am (East Coast Atlantic) to find myself asking a few sensitive questions.
Try these heavy weights on for size:
What am I doing this for? Who I am doing this for exactly? What are the benefits or drawback of my attempts? How do I view success in this area of my life? How do I view failure in this area of my life?
2013 44th Annual World Series of Poker
2013 WSOP Main Event Winner Ryan Riess
Saturday, July 06, 2013 to Tuesday, November 05, 2013
Event #62: No-Limit Hold’em Main Event
EVENT Finished: Level: 40 | Blinds: 600000/1200000 | Ante: 200000
Jay Farber vs. Ryan Riess
Final Table: http://www.wsop.com/pdfs/reports/12861%5CNovember-9-Final-Table-Seating-Assigments.pdf
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