Terrence Chan

follow me as I play poker and look for new ways to get punched in the face


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Good luck to both you and the Canucks, and welcome back.

I'll be playing in the $2500 Limit six-max (if I'm out of the $1500 HORSE in time to play it). Hope I'll see you at the final table, but not before.

minor flaw in your argument

Bruins winning in 6, even given the inexplicable non-suspension of the biter.

Welcome back.

-America

You have a room at the Jersey Shore any time you want. And the kitties would LOVE to see you!!

Best of luck at the WSOP.


That Vegas's is on my mi-mi-mi-mi-mind

I don't think any of your huge "base of the pyramid" principles were at stake here, Terrence. Some random clueless Customs and Border Patrol people wouldn't let you in. That's not an indictment of the entire CBP agency and certainly not of the entire U.S. government or the American people as a whole.

We've certainly got our issues but I would like to believe that your experience with a "courteous and professional" staffer at the consulate was more typical than what you encountered en passant at the border.

Bottom line: I'm delighted you're back, if only briefly. I'm sure your WSOP house community is ecstatic.

Regards, Lee

could you expand on what kind of visa you applied for and what the requirements were as a poker player? i was recently denied entry myself for basically the same reasons. i was told the same thing - next time i cross i have to bring proof of ties to canada. i have little "proof" as i don't own property (or even have a long term lease) and am hesitant to even attempt to enter at the moment having read your story. if you could expand here or e-mail me at stinkypetes .at sign. gmail.com i'd greatly appreciate it

it was a "B" tourist visa.

As I wrote above, if you are having troubles, you should contact Cory using the link I mentioned in the post. I'm sure the details of your situation are at least slightly different than mine, so you want a pro, not some guy who used a pro.

Good luck to you...not the Canucks

(Anonymous)
Hey Terrence,
Long time no chat. Glad to see you're back in the states for the WSOP. I hope your stay in the U.S. brings good times and memorable experiences...in the form of winning a few bracelets, not a Canucks Stanley Cup. GO BRUINS!!!!

-Justin

Go Canucks Go

(Anonymous)
Terrence,

Actually saw you were at the game tonight - was with the guy in the Bruno costume.

Hopefully you still being here means you made it further in the event than anticipated.

Have a great series and go Canucks go!

Luuuuuuuuuuuuuon go

(Anonymous)
how those twelve goals taste? Go B's!

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