Monday, April 21, 2008

I Challenge Doyle to Play Me Atari 2600 Football

Since Patrik is into making challenges, here is one for him. I read where he has taken up golf. So, I challenge him to play for $100,000 a hole at Bali Hai Golf Club, any time from now until the end of August. Surely a twenty-seven-year-old ex-professional tennis player from Finland can beat a seventy-four-year-old guy with an artificial shoulder and who has to use a crutch to walk. What do you say, Patrik? -
-Doyle Brunson

I would like Doyle to know that I accept his challenge (not that I had much of a choice, I would be the laughing stock of the poker world if I backed down from this challenge) and if I have until August to practice and improve, hopefully I can make a big dent in Todd's inheritance. Seeing Todd cringe when I win millions is going to be worth just as much as the money.
-Patrik Antonius

4 comments:

Lawrence said...

Hi Robert

Just wanted to send you kudos for one fine blog that you have. Of all the poker blogs that I subscribe to (a lot!) yours and Dr Paulys blog are two of my favorite blogs.

Please keep it up!

Lawrence

Dr. Pauly said...

I used to be so addicted to Atari football in 1984.

Robert said...

Lawrence- thanks for reading. This has got to be your dream comments section with Dr. Pauly posting right below you.

Dr Pauly- Ahhh...Atari football. So pure. So simple. So good.

FreeFormCoder said...

ok, let me say this. I am good at pretty much every video football game to have reached production, and I have spent many hours playing the writer of this blog in all of them. While I can certainly beat him at any year of Madden, I would NOT challenge Robert to a game of Atari football. The guy can't be beat at it.

Boy, I loved that dreamcast football. What a season that was...