Well, today is the 4th of March, but I'm not sure that this is still a relevant topic. If I wrote too late, it's fine.
Questions for Veronica Brill:
You have radically changed your place of residence several times in your life. Tell us where you really enjoyed living (maybe there are some special memories) and are you happy with the place where you live now?
Your young man encouraged you to start learning poker. Were you play together or maybe against each other (maybe there is some funny story)? And, in your opinion, which of you played better and was a stronger player?
Reading about you, it seems that you much like watching the game process than playing yourself. Is this the case and, if so, why did you choose to cover poker games
and events instead of choosing the path of a professional poker player?
You actively supported K.L. Cleeton in achieving his dreams. Please tell us if there were other stories when you supported poker players?
Do you participate in any programs to attract women to poker and do you have any ideas for the development of such programs(if so, which ones?)?