Matt Stout is at the 2010 WSOP, playing a full schedule, but that won't stop him from putting in the hours every Sunday online.
Check out Stout's Sunday Report for an inside look at what it's like to play every major online poker MTT every Sunday, complete with full losses and profits.
This was a session that yielded a couple deep runs, but ended up being forgettable enough that I actually managed to forget about it for most of the week. That's why I'm sitting here at 3:30am writing it up since my next Sunday session starts in 6.5 hours lol.
I made a run in the Cake $109 $40k guaranteed tournament again this week, but ended up being the first one to bust the final table (yea, we can *officially* call it a final table though since Cake is ten-handed! faux-weeeeeeeeeeeeeeee).
I also had a big stack in the Warm Up but decided to attempt a 130-yard punt...which was most certainly NOT good.
My last real hope for the evening ended up being the late $109+rebuy turbo tournament, aka the "Please Save My Sunday" tournament. I played well in this one, unlike the Warm Up, but came up short of being able to save this particular Sunday. Statistical proof of said failure below:
Total tournaments played: only 34!
Total amount of buy-ins: $9,680
Total number of cashes: 4
- 484/3258 in the Sunday Warm Up, $345
10/361 in the Cake $109, $660
106/1120 in the Sunday Mulligan, $358.40
14/324 in the Tilt $109+rebuys turbo $1,044
Total amount of cashes/bounties: $2,417.40
Length of session: 9:22
Net win/loss for the day: -$7,262.60
Net win/loss in online tournaments on Sundays since the start of the Sunday Report (February 7, 2010): +$91,445.12
Time to get to bed and try to make sure that my next session will put that last number back into the six-figure zone =)
- Matt Stout