Typically when I go out and shoot videos I'll try and get them posted roughly in chronological order. There's typically some lag time involved with the editing process, so often you're seeing videos a week or so after they were shot. This one though, was shot immediately after my (rather brief) appearance at the Venetian DSE tournament on Sunday, June 26. It was a story that was enough worth telling that I wanted to get it posted straight away.
One error in the video to point out is that in the second hand I discussed I referred to the other player flopping a flush, when in actuality it was a flopped set.
One other note I wanted to add in about the video editing is that it is an amazingly time consuming process. I have the easy job, I yammer into the camera for a few minutes and I'm done. Mrs. Flops then literally takes hours to edit the videos and try and turn my yammering into something reasonably coherent. All of the effects, the green screen background, the music and the titles, that all comes from her. So, if you enjoy these videos, then really send some thanks out to Mrs. Flops. If it wasn't for her hard work, they wouldn't get done.