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Discussion in 'Introduce yourself! (New Members)' started by PhilipNealy, Sep 2, 2016.

    Sep 2, 2016
  1. PhilipNealy

    PhilipNealy Dormant account

    Hello,

    My name is Philip James Nealy. I am 22 years old, a college student getting ready to earn my Associate's degree and going on to my Bachelor's degree studies, preferably in mathematics with a concentration in business and computer science. I live in Charlotte, North Carolina. I am an avid poker player, and I am particularly committed to playing limit Texas Holdem and occasional pot limit Omaha, but no so much no limit games. I have played live poker at Harrah's Cherokee, The Bellagio, The Orleans, Caesar's Palace and Red Rock and The Gold Nugget in Old Vegas, just to name a few.

    I was interested in becoming a Prop Poker Player. I have worked several "real" jobs in the past, but I feel my calling is with poker, as I've made most of income through my city's house games. I have tried rakeback nation and several other services, but still not much luck. Could you guys help?

    Besides poker, I am a habitual walker, a skilled writer, occasional beer, wine, and spirits drinker, old school fashioned, and an aspiring world traveler. I am also an advocate for many ethical causes that Americans seem to not make a priority.

    I appreciate any help!

    Blessings,
    Philip James Nealy
     

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