Morrissey sang “Everyday is like Sunday” (Spotify) but he did not work with poker for Ongame. To us, all days are like Fridays.. I’ve had a short week, coming back from Italy late Tuesday night after some brilliant days in the south. Me and a friend of mine was among the first travelers to enjoy the new Ryan Air line to Brindisi, a rather small but very town on the Italian south-east coast. People were friendly, the food was excellent and the weather was nice. All in all, perfetto.
I’ve been invited to partake in a panel at the North American gaming conference in Las Vegas in May. The topic is poker liquidity and network ecology and I am really looking forward to the discussion. We are currently dedicated much of our time at looking at how to improve the network, the game play and the revenues. It all comes down to making sure we are as profitable as possible and that we have the best games for the players. During the coming months we will release some pretty cool features and improvements that will be both visible and invisible and I am looking forward seeing the effect from those changes.
Don’t miss to read the latest issue of Inside Poker Business (the webpage is, errr, not that good unfortunately). There is a great interview with the CEO of PokerStrategy (Dominik Kofert) and an interview with me as well. It was done a couple of months ago and I was happy seeing it in print. Being my first professional interview, the statements I make can for sure be better polished but hey it is a start.
The upcoming weekend follows the Stockholm ISO-standard with dinner on Saturday and probably some town action. Everything in dressed in Italian colors and with the spice of some high stakes heads-up poker. Let me end this post with this week’s favorite song – Rebecca & Fiona (who I normally have a hard time liking) in a mix by Nause and the very talented Adrian Lux – singing “Bullets”.