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MONKEYING AROUND THE UBT

By Joe Pane (formerly LV Tournament Pro)

Joe Pane (formerly LV Tournament Pro) is a skilled advantage blackjack player and an experienced tournament player who has won over half a million dollars in blackjack tournaments. He competed in the World Series of Blackjack in 2005 and finished first in a monthly qualifier in the Las Vegas Hiltonís Million Dollar Blackjack Tournament. He also was selected to play in the inaugural Ultimate Blackjack Tour and recently played in the UBT tournament stops in Aruba and St. Kitts. He participated in the beta testing of the UBT software (www.playubt.net ), he actively contributes to the message boards on www.blackjacktournaments.com, and he also writes the column" House of Pane" in the All In Blackjack magazine. His peers consider him to be one of the strongest blackjack tournament players on the circuit.

 

How the UBT selected the Island of St Kitts as their 2nd stop in their 2006 Tour is a mystery that no one is in a hurry to figure out. The island is breathtaking when you approach it from high above in your descending plane, and its beauty is even more than expected once your feet touch ground on this lavish island that was once a volcano. Itís surrounded by two bodies of water: the Atlantic on its Eastern shores, and the calm and clear waters of the Caribbean on its Western shores.

The official name of St. Kitts (which is forever conjoined with its sister island, Nevis), is the Federation of St. Christopher and Nevis. Its original inhabitants were referred to as "Carib Indians," who called their island home "Liamuiga," meaning "fertile land" because the island had its origin in a now-extinct volcano. Christopher Columbus was the first European to set eyes on Liamuiga. He promptly claimed it for the Spanish crown and renamed it St. Christopher Island. The other, smaller island, he named Nevis.

For the most part, the island has still remained untouched by the over development of most Caribbean Islands in their attempt to capture the tourism market. By most accounts, there are more monkeys on the island than humans, and that can lead to some interesting moments, and at times the funniest things you will ever see. The monkeys are still considered wild but their constant interactions with humans have made them, well, just friendly neighbors, who sometimes donít know when to stop borrowing your things and never returning them. Hereís a real, funny example.

One of the UBT dealers was at a local beach bar enjoying a cold beer and admiring the beautiful day in paradise. While she was gazing at the calm seas of the Caribbean, one of the local monkeys decided that he really liked her...

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