Kindness and Decency

Thursday, June 23rd, 2005, 12:41 pm

Not words you often hear used in conjunction with poker players. A few days ago I wrote about Pauly getting Marcel Luske to call Charlie Tuttle, a blogger suffering from cancer who’s best friends with Jason. Charlie passed away yesterday, and like everyone I was sad to hear it. In the last few days before he died a lot of people in the poker community did some very kind things for Charlie, acts of simple decency that mean a lot when someone is about to pass on. Rather than recount them here, go read those who were actually there and got various balls rolling.

Pauly

Pauly, again

Felicia

If there’a Pulitzer for poker journalism Pauly should win it this year. And then he goes and plays in a WSOP event and gets sucked out on the river, AK vs A-10. There’s no such thing as karma.

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4 Responses to “Kindness and Decency”

  1. Easycure Says:

    He was only 26……..

  2. Pauly Says:

    Thanks Gene.

  3. Pokerprof Says:

    Well said sir.

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