I got married on 8/1/2015. It was great! Amie is the stone nuts.
Here is a preview of my wedding video, which will be released in a few months:
Amie and Jonathan from McKenzie Miller Films on Vimeo.
Here are some pics:
Thanks to Clean Plate for letting me post these.
12 thoughts on “I got married!”
Wishing the both of you all the best!
Picture resolution and video production, well done.
Brought tears to my eyes. May your love and joy continue for several eternities. Nancy
Looked like a wonderful day. Best of luck to you both in the future.
You two are a beautiful couple! The video is amazing & so are the pictures. I’m sorry we couldn’t attend you big day – it was a gorgeous wedding. Many happy returns!
Congratulations! The two of you make a beautiful couple! May all of your dreams come true!
Enjoy the rest of your lives together! ❤
Congratulations/mazel tov. Amazing images – thanks for sharing.
Awesome video and pictures of an absolutely gorgeous couple. I especially love the huge smiles on both of your faces. 🙂 🙂 🙂
May all of your wildest dreams continue to come true. May your life together surprise and delight you endlessly, spectacularly exceeding your highest expectations in ways that open your hearts and souls to more and more and more everlasting infinite joy.
Congratulations to both of you & what a stunning dress
Wishing you a long and happy marriage !
yeah obviously you flopped the stones (when you met Amy), and your hand held up until the river (your marriage). Now go all the way to the FT (having a family) and take the whole thing down (living happily ever after).
Wish you both all the best.
Thanks for the insight into a Poker Players life and the effort you put into advice and analysis of hands. I really appreciate it (actually just found out about you a couple of days ago). I seriously am thinking about getting a little more serious in Poker, but I am a Nit, and if I don’t have a really big score first, I simply don’t dare to throw my whole life over (also when comparing with really good guys like you or Alec Torelli, I simply don’t think I am good enough to make heaps of money in the long run – you got to be realistic about that, where there is winners there is always way more losers…)
Anyway thanks and best of luck
The great thing about poker is you can progress at whatever speed you like. As long as you are constantly learning, you will become a great player over time. Good luck!
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