I worked in the yard all day, drove 200 miles and then played poker for four hours. Including the most intense hour of heads up I have ever played. What could have been the final hand had us both all in and the chip stacks were so close I thought we were dead even. My opponent ended up having one chip. A chip and a chair.
He then doubled up 7 or 8 times, I forget, and took the lead. Three hands later he put me out and it was over.
For that reason, I may be a little late catching up on the news in this morning.