View Full Version : Scotty Clark: The Poker Diary of a Madman...
07-12-2010, 01:32 AM
I am Scott Clark and I am a STL POKER writer. I have been playing poker in Saint Louis for many years and have also played thousands of tournaments online. Please read my articles in the STL POKER section and feel free to use this thread to discuss poker in the Saint Louis area. I will also answer any cash game strategy questions you may have to the best of my ability. I would encourage others to comment in this thread on anything related to Saint Louis Poker. The rules are simple: No negative comments about STL players/employees/casinos.
Homegames and clubs are encouraged to post. Post your Charity Poker Events. Congratulate local players on tournament cashes. If you have a legitimate complaint versus a cardroom in town, air it here now. Maybe you will be heard and maybe you will be banned. Proceed with caution. This is the only poker forum I am actively participating in. Join Inside STL today and please visit www.scottyclarkpoker.com
07-14-2010, 03:24 PM
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07-17-2010, 02:25 AM
I plan to introduce this thread in STL POKER and my blog next week. I have no idea what the response will be -- so be patient "guess not". I remain impressed by the number of hits JBoyd tells me the STL POKER section has been getting. Thanks for reading folks and expect more Pro interviews in the near future...after the WSOP and World Poker Open in Tunica.
07-17-2010, 02:36 AM
I now see how you have 42 posts a day and I love that you're trying to bring back THE MULLET.
Heres a story from last week in an article yet to be released...feel special.
The following night -- all hell broke loose. "Lenny" was in the game and he is a bar owner from Madison, Illinois. Lenny drinks hard and plays harder -- and he was hitting. Lenny had about $1500 in front of him when I sat down. He was in auto $25 preflop raise mode. Lenny beat a new player to the game (Suit Guy) with another piece of shit hand. Suit Guy responded by saying "nice mullet". Lenny asked me what a mullet was and I elaborated. Lenny told the guy, "You like my hair? I think it would be a good look for you." Lenny raised the next hand. "I would raise too, if I was on government assistance." Suit Guy really needs to see a doctor about that Tourette Syndrome. My original buyin of $300 was up to $700. The following hand then broke out between Suit Guy and myself:
I have Lenny's number. You two should hang out :cool:
07-19-2010, 11:44 AM
07-19-2010, 02:58 PM
keep up the good work scotty, enjoy the interviews. I have sat across the table from you a few times and know that you have game.
Dont let cards get to you, he will eventually grow on you
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