July 12, 2012
It might be a bit melodramatic. It might make people sad. It might make some happy. It might even make me look stupid if this is not the last one, but I am 99.9% sure it is. It's my last blog post on Deucescracked. I am not intending to post on the forums so this is goodbye. I am leaving. I have nothing to give anymore and I can't learn anything anymore. I have not been playing poker and with all the business going on in my life, I don't see any time soon that I will be. If I ever get back to it, it will be as a recreational player on-line and or in my local casino. The place that poker had in my life will never be filled like that anymore.
So why all this melodramatic bullshit? Well, time is precious. When I calculated how many hours I am spending on the internet browsing websites, I came to the conclusion I am wasting one of the most precious thing I have in life: Time. I will never get more of it then 24 hours a day. See, it's not just deucescracked. It's also Facebook. It's twitter and with that there are some other sites I still browse because they are from a passed life. Since their is no purpose for them anymore, it's time to go on with life and leave.
It is melodramatic bullshit. I fully admit that. It's even a bit pathetic, saying goodbye to a website. But, I truly met some great people and learned so much about a game I have loved deeply, that I could not leave it without saying goodbye. I don't feel important for Deucescracked, but I do feel connected to it. The whole community has been a part of my life and any website that is capable of making that happen is one hell of a business. Awesome job.
I have not been a succes story, as Deucescracked loves to read about. I have been struggling with poker for so long. It learned me that there is a difference between being persistent and stubborn. For some, poker is just not the game. I am a part of that group. I fully admit it and DC is not to blame. Their content and the way they keep their quality high as they do keeps amazing me to this day. In a climax where on-line poker is shaking, they keep steady and going. You notice that the forum has been a bit less active lately but I am sure it will bounce back just because of the love the owners put in their business. Give value, get back.
With that being said I have not much more to say. Thank you for a great time. Members, Good luck with poker. Deucescracked, keep going with the awesome business you have.
Snappievouz is out.