DINE ON THE WHALE
Bill's reflections on poker, sports, and issues facing the Gulf Coast:
"Who is Hurricane27?”
Within the last
year, I got asked that question a lot. Make
sense I co-own a site devoted to poker on the
Gulf Coast, I live outside of New Orleans and
suddenly an online account of a player located
in Metairie just starts crushing. Also, the
community of “crushers” who press buttons is
fairly small, somebody should know who this is,
but nobody did."
08/25/17] Jonathan Little has more tournament winnings than only
a handul of pros. At 24, he had already
eclipsed 4 million dollars in lifetime
winnings . The WPT Season VI player of the year, Jonathan
was born in Pensacola Florida and currently
operates a new poker site, which includes his
blogs and videos you can find it
"Day 1 of the 2017
WSOP Main Event went about as well as possible
for me. I correctly assessed most of my
opponents’ tendencies and played a strategy
designed to take advantage of their mistakes. I
called down the overly aggressive players with a
wide range and made big folds against the
straightforward players when they decided to put
a lot of money in the pot. I ended day 1 with
four starting stacks, 211,300, which was good
for fourth place in my portion of the field
going into day 2a.
DOUBT'N NOLAN DALLA
[UPDATED 10/23/17] Nolan Dalla.com is where you find the
wit and wisdom of one of the most well known
poker writers in the industry. His WSOP
coverage speaks for itself. His home blog
covers a wide range of topics written
with that singular Dalla conviction.
"Which NFL team has the best fans?
fan bases support their team no matter how they
fare on the field. They show up — win or lose.
The teams with the best fans always sell out
their games. The fans always pack the stadium
from start to finish — rain or snow or shine.
Great fans produce energy in the home stadium.
The teams with the best fans are deeply embedded
into the local community. By contrast, the
worst fans produce little or no loyalty and
According to this definition, here’s
my list of the TOP TEN and BOTTOM FIVE fan
[UPDATED 09/25/16] Shannon Shorr has graduated. That's bad
news for the poker world because he's terrorized the circuit
while also being a full time college student. Now without
distractions, like class every day, the only question is how
quickly will he add to his over 3.2 million dollars in
tournament winnings. You can also read Shannon's blog at
"As it pertains to my personal journey, it
has been a bit volatile since I last posted.
I’ve had some dark times that almost all stem
from the rough stretch I’ve endured in my career
as a tournament poker professional. I won’t
bother complaining here as you most certainly
don’t wanna hear it. There has been an
often-present anxiety due to things not going
well financially. It has also been a hit to my
I think I’ve finally worked through it
and at peace with it. I’ve been playing poker
tournaments for near 11 years now and have
experienced the swings of the business first
hand. It’s really important to take a step back
and gain perspective and “zoom out” as a friend
told me this summer. I experienced some
depression as a result of things not going well
at poker table. An interesting thing happened. I
would get upset about tournaments not going
well. I would then get really wrapped up in my
head and hard on myself FOR getting upset about
tournaments not going well."
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Jennifer Gay is a poker player, poker room supervisor and
Ante Up Magazine Poker Columnist local to
Tunica, MS. Her blog covers the sometimes personal and
always comical reality of a life fully centered around poker in
"Steven has applied himself to his study
and poker coaching to a level I couldn't have
believed possible. Mostly utilizing "Float the
Turn" and watching hours and hours of reviewed
hand histories, he spends his lunch break at
work every day studying in addition to any down
time he has at home. He cut carbs from his diet,
losing 20+ pounds and dropping below 200 for the
first time in a decade, hoping that better
health overall will lead to better stamina and
I am super excited about
his opportunity to play in the main event and
believe he's going to run deep. Hopefully,
really deep. I did the math on it and
approximately $43,000 would pay off every dime
of debt we have and finish the fund for a down
payment on a home. We are on track to hit this
goal by December 2017, but it would be really
nice if he could just knock it out in one big
tournament cash. Plus, if we're bringing home
$43,000 then that means the investors are all
getting a huge return on investment. " [+]
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IS DAVID CLARK?|
David Clark bagged more points than any other at large qualifier on the WSOP this year. The Texan has been blogging and
winning for some time now.
"I took a different approach towards kick starting my fitness
goals in January. I didn’t join a gym or start a new exercise
routine, instead I picked up a part time job working
construction. Coming from a late night poker schedule this took
some significant lifestyle adjustments, but that’s exactly what
I was looking for. I ended up walking down this path while
following a thought about changing the way I value time. A
thought that came along while I was lending my friends and
family an extra set of hands."
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[UPDATED: 03/08/12] PLAYER N scribes a tale
of grifters, sleaze balls, and beautiful card sharks all
hustling on the Coast.
cigarette breath assaulted me as the man in the tattered Red Sox
jacket put his hand on my shoulder, "Hey boss, spare a
dollar..." it hung there not as a question but an instruction. I
couldn't sidestep it or the man. His gently tightening grip,
neither affectionate nor comforting, but oddly somehow both soft
and malevolent made the hairs on my neck stand up. The harsh
cold wind pushed at me, up the darkened street gaining speed
between the concrete buildings. It buttressed me helping the man
stop me on that corner. " [+]
I gave him a steely look, and he inhaled quickly through his
nostrils, "Sorry guy." I tried to wave him off, but his hand
didn't move. I had to look him in the eye.
Quiet, gray blue eyes surprised me, they looked like they still
had the sparkle of youth, maybe a forty years old but his
weathered face told a different story. Craggy, fractured and
leathery ridges told of many more years and hardship born of
living outdoors. Then in a flash, those eyes lost their luster
and bore into m
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MILLION DOLLAR POKER:
Dollar Heater is around the corner. With every New
Years Eve also comes the promise of the Beau Rivage's
signature event. The millions in the prize pools make
it hard not to get excited even a few weeks away. To
start there will be four flights in a 600k Guaranteed $355
buy-in event. Then a mid-week Monster stack with it's
own 50k Guarantee (also a seniors 50k guarantee).
The 300k guarantee $2700 Main Event rounds out the week.
If you like variety there is plenty in between with a Rock
tournament, Big O, Limit Omaha, PLO (a 1k Championship), as
well as a $500 6 Max. The Beau has a great taste of
everything. Complete schedule
By the way, all players who make Day 2 cash.
50K WARM UP:
Captain Ron Hope and Kevin Benoit of Baton Rouge dueled
heads up for the monthly championship at the Beau.
After Benoit applied the final touch, a crippler cross face
if you will, he ended up victorious. Congrats to all
who cashed. Looking forward to see ya'll and all the
rest of our friends at the Beau.
SCHEDULE OUT (LEAKED?):
Here ya go
Some quick thoughts...
-Lots more events after the Main Event starts.
Possibly a very good idea. The most media attention
poker garners is during the Main so why not have some other
things going on to keep the focus on poker. And by
"other things" we mean BIG buy-in things. More on that
in a second.
-78 Events total. Wow.
Pretty soon this event will just run all summer.
One for the One Drop closes the Series. A million
dollar buy-in with some of the biggest names in the game.
It also, starts after a new event"The Closer" begins.
Oh yeah, also after the closer (not sure if they know what a
closer is) a 50k buy-in No Limit Hold 'Em tournament with
one reentry. There will be a bevy of millionaires to
close out the summer. Cash out ya bitcoin now degens.
-Already, people are upset Day 1C of the Main,
traditonally the biggest, falls on July 4th.
-Already, people are upset about all of this, but before
digging deeper let's give some credit where credit is due,
the WSOP is trying new things. Good for them.
Good for Poker.
HEADED OUT WEST:
Helmstetter (pictured above) is going the WSOP Main Event.
We've received word Christian bulldozed a final table to win
his seat in a private satellite. He applied a dirty
cooler and a worse run-out to Corey Harrison who cashed in
fourth. Helmstetter's QQ bested Corey's JJ. The flop
stated with the spicey door card of a Jack followed by a 10
and (always a sweat ) 9. Turn was clean but Harrison
got gut punched by a King on the river.
Short handed Ben Saxton also felt the scorn of lady luck as
he looked to knock out Wild Bill with AQ v. AJ. Again
a Jack hit the flop, but this time it held. Ben then
shipped it with Q9 and Christian woke up to pocket 88s which
prevailed and gave Bill and him the seats. Ben
finished third bubbling the seat but won some cash.
Jerry Giroir went out fifth, an even unluckier bubble boy,
as he bubbled everything. Jerry's wife Prissy and
Lance Campione, last year's champion also made the final
PEARL RIVER MAIN
According to several sources,
Michael Monaghan has made Pearl River's poker room a bit of
a personal honey hole. It's therefore appropriate and
no surprise that he took down the Main Event in the Poker
Open. He's credited with a 25k win, a cover photo on Ante Up
Magazine, a champions jacket and a seat in the 2018 Ante Up
World Championship. Very happy for Michael to win.
A great guy and a hell of a player.
The final table featurd a slew of
talented players. Trace Henderson of Gulfport, MS won second
place (21k), Dustin Stewart of Biloxi finished third (19k),
and Dallas Pirman of Jackson, MS won fourth (a little over
16k). A threesome of Alabama players including past champion
Bryne Wilson finished in the next three slots: Tim Moore
5th, Tuscaloosa (9.7k); Bryne Wilson 6th, Tusclaoosa (8.2k);
Jeter Brock 7th, Birmingham (6.7k). Three more notables
rounded out the final table: Jonathan Hart of Byram, MS8th
(5.2k); Judge Leo Boothe 9th (3.7k); and Lester "Black Ice"
Milligan 10th (2.8k).
Bric Allen just missed the final
table finishing 11th. Also cashing; BJ McBrayer, Jerry
Giroir, Justin Hunt, Corey Harrison, Jordan Phillips, Wild
Bill Phillips, Tara Snow and Bruce Soileau.
Before leaving Lake Tahoe WSOP-C
points chaser Steve Bierman put himself within arms reach of
locking up a seat for this year's global championship by
finishing fourth in another event. Bierman won 9.4k in the
$580 No Limit Hold
em event. The
cash put him into contention for Casino Champion but he fell
just short of that goal. Dan Lowery apears to have locked
Bierman now sits in 5th overall
with 135 points earned and $42k won this circuit year.
Joining him in the top ten is fellow Louisiana grinder Jason
Gooch who has 9 cashes for $40k and 130 points. Charles
"Woody" Moore is just outside the top ten. Think Woody makes
it every year. Jeff Trudeau has one ring, 90k and 102.5
points. John Holley is in the top 25 with 90 points. Also,
currently "in" Danny Doucet with 82.5 points, William "Cody"
Stanford 77.5 points, Austin Reilly 77.5, and Kevin Eyster
PEARL RIVER RESULTS:
SENOR GIROIR SENIOR CHAMP AND
EVENT 9 WINNER:
Jerry Giroir of Lafayette,
LA gets the W! Jerry won over 6k for first in the Senoirs
tournament. Also at the final table; Scotty Lee of Canto,
GA, David Garrett of Athens, AL, John Humphries of
Taylorsville, GA, Charles Griffin of Florence, MS and Thomas
topped the final table in EVENT 9 Double Deep Monster Stack
Results for that event:
1. Jerry Giroir Lafayette, LA
2. James Kortenber Hernando,
3. Bruce Soileau
Lafayette, LA $3,132
4. Tara Snow
Borden Springs, AL $2,349
Warrington Madison, MS $2,088
Robert Lemke Forrest City, AR $1,827
7. Joe Mahan Lacey Springs, AL $1,566
8. Herman Shumaker Brandon, MS $1,305
9. William Graydon Moody, AL $1,044
1. Alton Peterson Clinton, MS
2. James Davis Jackson, TN
3. James King Madison, AL
4. Donald Kelly Alexander City,
5. Keith Collins Holly
Springs, GA $347
1. Christopher Williams Meridian,
2. James Thompson Decatur,
3. Bruce Soileau
Lafayette, LA $1,280
Farlow Tuscaloosa, OH $903
Stanley Williams Carrollton, GA $527
BIERMAN NEAR MAN!
(pictured) wrestled the chip lead late on Day 1 and didn't
give it up until he got to heads up action. After losing a
massive pot to Shane Gonzales, a California golf and poker
"hustla," Bierman took one more hit to get eliminated. A
great effort by a player who went on record as saying, "I'm
going to retire from poker if I don't cash in Lake Tahoe."
AARP can wait because Bierman pocketed almost 20k
and just missed winning his first ring. Now with the points
acquired for second place, Bierman has launched himself into
the circuit Top Ten. This marked his 20th WSOP-C cash and
12th this calendar year (!).
PEARL RIVER REENTRY:
We believe the 100k Guaranteed
rentry chopped heads up. Danielle Umerton of Missouri and
Justin Kelley of Mathiston, MS got credited for first and
second respectively. The two spots paid out over 40k
together. Not sure how it was split. Dallas Pierman of Moss
Point, MS won 9.4k for third and Oren Zweig of Ocean
Springs, MS won 8.2k for fourth.
The remainder of
the final table included: Jonathan Gilham of Pinson, AL
finished fifth for 7k; followed by Mike Horchoff of NOLA
(sixth 5.9k); Jeremy Gaubert of Baton Rouge (sevent 4.7k);
Morton Davis of Pensacola, FL (eighth 3.5k); Don Dove of
NOLA (9th 2.3k); and Chad Chisolm of Collinsville, MS (10th
1.7k). Lots of readers and friends of GCP on that list so an
easy group to pull for and we were happy to see so many who
cashed. With 407 entrants and 118k in the prize pool
the event smashed the guarantee.
PEARL RIVER MINI MAIN:
With a guarantee of 25k the Mini
Main featured a slew of accomplished players, many who
bought in just after busting the reentry. It's no suprise
the final table featured players like Dustin Stewart of
Biloxi (1k for 10th), David Nicholson of Perkinston, MS
(1.5k for 7th), and Tara Snow of Tuscaloosa, AL (4.5k for
second). Thomas Bak of Sheffield, AL won the event and was
credited with the 7,750 first place prize.
Also in the money: Jennifer Germany
of Jonesboro, GA (3k for third); Scott Lyons of Birmingham
(2.25k for 4th); Richard Burton of Madison, MS (2k for 5th);
Bradford Grant of Jonesboro, GA (1.7k for 6th) and Noah
Waits of Temple, GA (1.2k for 8th).
PEARL RIVER POKER OPEN NEXT WEEK!
Paul Dutsch says it best,“You can sum up what this series
has come to be known for in one word - value,” Dutsch said.
“It doesn't matter whether you are talking about the
seat-added megas, the $800 buy-in, $100,000 guaranteed Main
Event, the Double Deepstack Monster Stack with an amazing
structure, the $340 buy-in $100,000 guaranteed Event 1,
table-side food service or the amazing hotel rates. Value
for today's players exists at Pearl River like nowhere
else.”The event runs October 26th to November 5th.
WIN A COVER SHOT:
As always the Pearl River Poker
Open will reward the Main Event winner the biggest share of
the guaranteed 100k prize pool AND the cover of the next
Ante Up magazine. The magazine is found in every reasonable
poker room. Put your phone down and walk around you are sure
to see one. Now imagine your smiling mug on there next
month. Not a bad lagniappe for first place
The Double Up event on Halloween
(Oct. 31st) will offer players the chance to relinquish
their total winnings for TWO TIMES that amount in Pearl
River Resort table game promotional chips. Players are
already discussing the best strategy to max out their
winnings for this event. We solicited some opinions from our
readers on what they would do and two of our favorites are:
"Take a min cash and let it ride on black," and "A Blackjack
marathon for first place." Kudos to Tournament Director Paul
Table Games Director Neal Atkinson, and Poker Room Manager
Denise Dahl for this innovative format.
Play golf? You'll want to when you
visit Pearl River as the Dancing Rabbit golf course features
two award winning par 72 golf courses. Bring your sticks as
both the Azaleas and the Oaks offer stiff challenges and a
break from yhe poker grind.
Call (601) 663-1040 to book your
EYSTER WINS RING IN
Kevin Eyster the all time money
leader for tournament poker from Louisiana added a hair
under 40k to his lifetime total for the win. This is
Eyster's second ring (one bracelet too) and it was hard to
come by as he had to play Kevin Saul heads up to get it.
The No Limit Hold'em Monster stack event had a 188k
prize pool with 627 entrants. Joining Eyster at the final
table was one of his horses Ben Keeline. Keeline won $5884
CASHERS IN THE MAIN:
Kevin also cashed the Main along
with a number of gulf coasters. Eyster finished 97th out of
1247 players winning $3573. Also, in the money of the One
Million Dollar Guarantee: Bob Beck of Santa Rosa Beach
Florida, $9128 for 29th; Jason Berilgen of Houston, $6191
for 40th; and Jeter Brock, $4227 for 75th.
COUSHATTA MAIN EVENT
$440 NLH Main Event
$87,750 Prize Pool
1. 11,501-Mitchell Bono (champion)
1. 11,500-Logan Hewitt
3. 10,500-Robert Cote
4. 9855-James Schmidt
6. 5235-Brenda Clayton
7. 4362-Thomas Weatherstone
872-Capt. Ronnie Hope
Senior's Only NLH
$32,930 Prize Pool
1. 3523-Mark Crawford (co-champion)
1. 3523-John Thomas (co-champion)
4. 3172-Roy J. Smith
4. 3172-Mark Boudreaux
4. 3172-John C. Martin
9. 988-David Closner
No Limit Holdem
$26,664 Prize Pool
1. 5000-Dean Ostera (champion)
2. 2840-Dallas Berry
2. 2840-Dennis Spretz
2839-Frances Renee Armstrong
2. 2839-Richard Margolin
7. 1600-Robert Cheesman
8. 1333-Shawn Schoreck
NEWS AND NOTES:
PEARL RIVER INCHING CLOSER:
Two more dates before the series
starts up proper to get yourself a Main Event seat for only
$75. On October 19 (6pm) and October 22 (noon) they will ADD
2 seats to the prize pool. Pretty good chance to win a seat
and get in on the cheap. Complete Pearl River Poker
MORE CATCH UP:
Congrats to Danny Doucette on his
(somewhat) new ring. A man so humble when we congratulated
his buddy Freddy Ardoin on his HPT success, Doucette said
nothing about winning a ring a day or so before. So
officially, well done, Danny! The victory at the IP marks
Doucette's second circuit ring. He outlasted a pretty tough
final table in that Double Stack Turbo which included
Stephen Nusrallah, Jesus Cabrera, David "Bama" Walters and
Also, great job to Paul Hebert on his
deep run in the WSOP-C Main in Florida. Paul finished
28th winning just under 7k. Joining him at the cashier
was TK Miles who followed up his runner up in the IP Main
with a 20th finish earning 11k.
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ARCHIVED NEWS BLOTTER CENTER>>>
Gene D's outlook on the local and national poker scene:
anyone still reading this blog…I am in New Orleans now waiting
to play the final post-lim and final circuit event of the
season. Congrats to Wild Bill for making it to day 2 along with
a host of other friends (you know who you are). I whiffed the
1st couple of tournaments last weekend, and I had a funeral
party to go to for my Aunt Linda last Saturday so I had to skip
most of the weekend. I’m in sales and our EOM (End of Month for
non salesfolks) was last Friday 5/20…so I also had my hands tied
a little during the week. The plan was to play some megas and if
I didn’t satty into the High Roller or the Main Event to fire
bullets at the last 2 post-lims to try to win a ring. Today at
3pm will be the final chance for anyone to win a ring this
season and before the actual WSOP"[+]
THE POKER MONKEY
Poker Monkey shares his insights on the tournament poker
circuit, life in general, and the battle to make it happen:
"In other words? A really, really great opportunity for
them to make a good first impression. I would say on the poker
end...they are doing a really good job this week. They seem to
have added just enough over flow tables to accommodate the
number of players who showed up. Anyone that has had to go in as
an alternate, hasn't had to wait very long. Unlike some casinos,
they didn't tie up a bunch of tables spreading cash game to the
detriment of players waiting to get in the tourney...and
frankly, that might just have more to do with them not really
having a solid cash game clientele, more than anything. But
nonetheless, its nice to see all 8 tables plus the five outside
the poker room, being used strictly for tournaments."
MERCIER SHOWS NO MERCY|
11/11/15) Florida's Jason Mericer is one of the best poker
players in the world. Why wouldn't you read his blog?
"I'm back home in Florida, relaxing for most of November before
heading back out for more tournaments in December. Now that the
NBA season is underway, I'm taking advantage of the time off to
watch some hoops, including following how my Miami Heat are
going to do without LeBron James this year.
I actually just took a trip up to Charlotte, North Carolina to
watch the Heat play the Hornets a few days ago. A friend of mine
has courtside tickets and invited me to come up because he knows
how big of a Heat fan I am. I've wanted to sit courtside for a
Heat game for quite some time so was really excited to
experience it for the first time. We sat right next to the
Hornets bench, so hearing the interaction between the players
and the coaches was pretty awesome. It was one of the most fun
things I've ever done and I can't wait to do it again.."[+]
Davy Murrah dispenses poker insight with an intriguing
approach to the game:
"Disclaimer: My home casino is the Beau Rivage in Biloxi. I play
there more than all other venues combined.
Like a lot of
you, I have played in quite a few tournament series in numerous
locations including WSOP and WPT events but I want to take this
opportunity to applaud the Beau Rivage for the excellence of
their tournament series and for the courteous and professional
way that these tournament series are run.
The Gulf Coast
Poker Championship started last week. I arrived early on Friday
for the start of their opening "Monster Stack" event. I was
greeted by the tournament director, several officials of the
tournament, a couple of dealers and, of course, numerous
players. I was also welcomed by several of the Beau poker room
staff, including the director of poker operations. I received
numerous handshakes and even several hugs."
new title but the same blog,
Goondingy or Big Smoove and pure aggression on the felt examines
live poker action:
"Greetings and salutations! I did it, I played a bit of poker! I
met my buddy Wild Bill at Lauberge Casino in Baton Rouge to play
the $100 tournament and follow up with some cash games. I got to
the last three tables before I busted. Had to play like a nit,
could not catch anything and when I raised most folks folded.
We got there before the tournament started and were instant
alternates, something about a supervisor not being on the floor
to help open up another table, but after about 30 minutes they
opened a table and about 30 more minutes later I was called to
action. Played very tight and just observed, I wanted to get my
feel for the game back and it took a very long time. I picked up
blinds where it was necessary had one scare where a gentleman
chased me to the river and folded on my river bet but my
downfall hand was pocket jacks in the cut-off, I believe the
blinds were 1k 2k with a $100 ante. " [+]
[UPDATED 10/23/17] ReidG ...who was raised in New Orleans and
lives in Mobile brings his
football perspective on to GCP.NET.
The most promising
aspect of this team is that they're just scratching the surface
of their potential. Last week, Brees
said as much. With a team this young--and remember, the
Saints are fielding the NFL's
youngest defense since 1991--the already-impressive 2017
Saints stand to improve by the week.
That's great news
for Saints fans, and bad news for the rest of the NFC.
Back in 2011, there was something special about the Saints. It
was more than just the talent. It's as hard to pin down and
articulate now as it was then, but there was a deep-rooted
belief and aura that infused the team with a sense of unwavering
After six games in 2017, I’m starting to get
that same feeling.
It's time to settle in and relax.
We are in for one hell of a fun ride."
Promote Your Page Too
10/21/14] THE POKER BAT is an online player from Northern
Louisiana who is trying out blogging to help him with his game.
Bat will delve into hand scenarios and discuss issues facing
today's online player.
"From his poker blind, the Bat watched Kai magnificently wade
through that minefield of Q10 loving princesses and get to heads
up action. Heads up action in a ladies tournament… creepy smile,
creepy wink, creepy nudge (somebody needs to design that
emoticon). There the Bat hears some of the exiled ladies
talking. One of them a brutish looking tight end for an Canadian
Football League team tells the others, if Kai wins he’s not
getting out of the parking lot with the pendant.
This got the Bat picking his nose, actually, the Bat was already
knuckle deep, this got the Bat thinking, about poor Kai getting
jumped in the parking lot. So taking stock of the future mob,
the Bat envisioned the scene if he won:
Kai exits the elevator, with the Ted Nugent muzak fading away as
he walks into the IP garage, a car skids out in the distance,
but this floor of the garage is empty except for Kai’s car (a
vintage Aston Matin) parked by itself overlooking the beauty of
the bay of biloxi. As Kai, walks sipping from his shaken not
stirred victory martini, the lone light above his car flickers
rapidly and turns off, turning the garage to shadow. Dripping
water echoes loudly and Kai can’t help but shake the idea he’s
BLOGGER REID GILBERT'S BOOK. GO