Dippy's horses came in at the WSOP and he and Alex are off to the races at 18-4. Sunnyday is giving running coverage on AZBilliards' "The Action Room" forum direct from the Cue Club in Vegas.demonrho said:Heard Dippy's horses are scoring big in WSOP and he and Alex P. gonna get down this week for some big time 17/4 or so action. Anyone care to corroborate?
if you had class you would change your name so there is no confusion.sunnyone said:to clear up any confusion ...
sunnyday is the respected one, well-know and well-liked.
i am the other sunny. know for my mouth and sometimes tolerated.
several months ago i apologized to sunnyday for leaping into the pool world without looking. i would never have selected a name so similar to hers had i spent any time reading the forums. i offered to change my name to sohosunny, but sunnyday was so gracious and told me not to bother.
Alex has gamble, that's for sure. His backers surely had to be a little concerned, I would think. Up 20 or down 60.. that was a big set.gulfportdoc said:Evidently Pete won the first set for 20, Alex won second set for 40. They started a third set at about 7 P.M., but I haven't heard the stakes.
Larry,lll said:up TWETY THOUSAND DOLLARS or down SIXTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
im sorry guys but to me these are numbers ill never understand
GOD BLESS THOSE WHO CAN BET HIGH AND PERFORM
we should have a national high rollers day like there is for everything else.
I've watched Alex play several tough (expensive) games here against Walden, Richeson & a couple of others I can't remember right now and I've never seen him act like a clown or heard him talk during a game that I recall. It looks like he needs his manager (Ronnie Wiseman) to coach him in the ways of winning. He's playing a fool.demonrho said:Here's a couple of minutes of video of the action taken a little bit a go from TAR: