Caveman has played various forms of poker in Maryland and Michigan for 25+ years concentrating on No-limit Hold'em over the last 9. He has 7 children/step-children and a granddaughter and is married to the most wonderful woman in the world! Outside of family and poker, he donates his time to charity work with the Band Boosters Association of West Bloomfield and The Serenity Club in Waterford.
Caveman is also the Poker Ambassador for Michigan at www.anteupmagazine.com. You can find his monthly article there.
“The Michigan Court of Appeals, in a 2-1 opinion released Friday, overturned a Michigan Court of Claims ruling that declared invalid the state’s new rules governing charity poker games.” – Freep.com Full Article is here
Via Michigan Charitable Gaming Association: Senate Bill 187 Passes Committee Unanimously – Bill Now Headed to Floor The Senate Committee on Regulatory Reform heard testimony and voted on Senator Rick Jones’s SB 187 today, May 6th. The Senate Fiscal Analysis, which was also published today, can be read here. SB 187 was passed unanimously [&hellip
January 21, 2015 Court of Appeals to Reschedule Oral Argumentsfor State’s Appeal of Permanent Injunction February 3, 2015 Hearing AdjournedThe Clerk of the Court of Appeals issued a rescheduling order yesterday that will postpone the Oral Arguments originally set for early February. No further information is available. MiCGA will forward the new date for the [&hellip
The latest from the Michigan Charitable Gaming Association: January, 2015 Director Kalm announces he may shut down millionaire parties if state does not win appeal In the January 6, 2015 edition of Gongwer News Service, Director Kalm indicated that if the State does not win their appeal of the injunction of the rules that went [&hellip
Let me say this first: Tournament grinding is grueling. I can see why some of the top pros spend some much time on their mental game and endurance. We only played 8 hours yesterday and I was completely exhausted when I was done. Though I would guess only getting 5-6 hours of sleep the last [&hellip
The Michigan Charitable Gaming Association sent out the following to it’s members: Attend the Hearing in Detroit on the Preliminary Injunction of the Emergency Rules!Monday, September 29 at 10:00a.m. Detroit Judge Pat Donofrio of the Court of Claims has scheduled a hearing on the Plaintiff’s motion for a Preliminary Injunction of the Emergency Rules [&hellip