A master of puppets is someone who has control over a person or people and their life. One could say that a master is a puppet's "source of self-destruction."
Our very own Joey Ingram sat down with Bryn Kenney earlier this month to let the poker scene's most infamous man share his side of the recent poker scandal story, which he felt he was unable to do in previous interviews. Joey asks a myriad of questions and doesn't sugarcoat anything -- he puts pressure on Bryn any chance he can get, almost as if they're in an aggressive heads-up match for a WSOP bracelet.
"I think as a society as a whole, we shun people too much when they make mistakes, and then they're going to be so hesitant to make another decision, so they're just going to follow the crowd. I think the best that we can do is, when we see someone making a mistake, isn't to laugh at them or to ostracize them, but maybe to give them a different viewpoint, so that you can help them make better decisions in the future and not scare them into hiding." -- Bryn Kenney
Today might have been the only time Ive visited LP this year. Im glad I did tho to stumble over Kets post. Reading and smileing I got inspired to post something myself since its been sooo long. Struggleing with different old passwords for a bit Im now in!
Flattered to have been mentioned. Reading some of the comments I realise i did have a place here and I was a character that people knew. In the LPworld. A pokerversion of the kid that played starcraft all day.
LP and that time of my life is quite fuzzy to be honest but it brought up some memories of my blog here. The handposting and all of you LP characters. I wont make a list like Ket but I do want to say thank you guys!
LP community, the Handssection and the Poker Articles here was foundational to me comeing into poker and being able to make poker a living.
I will keep this post short but ill squeeze in a little update of who I am today. Im a father of two kids, a 3 year ...