HAPPY (belated) HALLOWEEN EVERYONE!!!
As you can probably guess, there was no way I was going to skip my Sunday donkaments for Halloween, even though I was pretty disappointed to see that it fell on a Sunday this year.
I considered sitting around my house in a costume all day but I just wasn't feeling that motivated. Oh well. I've vowed to myself that I'll do Halloween HUGE next year.
I was also fairly disappointed to even be home at all for this day to be honest. My original plan involved being deep in the Foxwoods WPT event that I finished third in last year for the biggest score of my life.
I had a pretty good day one and finished with almost three times starting stack and over 200BB, but had a gross day 2 and fizzled out.
I also busted around 50th in the first ever $10k WSOP Circuit Regional Championship in Hammond, IN (near Chicago). It drew 226 players, which sounds low compared to WPT events but represents a HUGE turnaround for the WSOPC.
They also have a WSOP Circuit Championship event at the end of the year that's freerolled with the juice from the season's Circuit stops, has a $10k prize pool, is only open to 100 players who win their way in through WSOP Circuit cashes/final table finishes, and awards a bracelet to first place.
On to the online session ... it was a decent one. I cut out a few smaller tournaments in an attempt to play fewer tables at a time and concentrate on the larger events.
I had a couple of cashes in early big ones, but never went super deep and lost a couple huge flips. I saved the session by winning a $700 satellite for a $7k package to the $5k NAPT event at the Bike that I was going to play next week anyway.
I also made another deep run in one of the late night heads up super turbos, which are a ridiculously fun and degen way to try to salvage a win at the end of the night. Tying for ninth didn't quite squeeze out a profit for the day, but losing less than $1k of >$9k in buy ins for the day is basically like breaking even anyway.
Total tournaments played: 34
Total amount of buy-ins: $9,429
Total number of cashes: 4
- 215WU (585/4680 $336.96)
- 109r3 (97/1154 $759.96)
- T1/85 in $700 satellite to NAPT at the Bike in LA, $7,000 ($5k seat, $1,150 hotel, $850 cash)
- Tied 9th/354 in Stars $101 super turbo heads up w/bounties $265.50 + 4 bounties, $465.50
Length of session: 10:48
Total amount of cashes/bounties: $8,562.42 (including the $5k seat and $1,150 hotel room in package)
Net win/loss for the day: -$866.58
Net win/loss in online tournaments on Sundays since the start of the Sunday Report (February 7, 2010): +$145,841.65
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