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This Sunday's session was eerily similar to last week's, but on a larger scale. Last week I was able to squeeze out a win in the $109 2 rebuy 1 add-on for $8,600 to end the session only -$19.52.
This week helped me dig a deeper hole to get out of, thanks mostly to the World Championships of Online Poker High Roller event. It was a $10,300 buy in, and I doubt I won a single pot of more than 50 big blinds the entire tournament LOL …
I made a slow and steady nosedive for several grueling hours before being eliminated in far-from-spectacular fashion.
In fact, I managed to do about $17k in buy-ins on Stars that day without a single cash!
Fortunately for me Tilt was a much different story. I played a very limited schedule on there so I could focus on the $10k and all the juicy stuff happening with WCOOP. I made runs in their two biggest tournaments of the day, but couldn't break the top 100 in either.
I did, however, manage to parlay my smallest buy in of the day (besides the $53 super turbo 300 chipper), $75, into over $18k and nearly get me out of the red for the day! Weeeeeeeee!!!
I got ridiculously lucky nine-handed at the final table when I turned top two against Broadway holding A-Q against K-10 on a rainbow board. I was all in and facing elimination and a -$17k day, but managed to pull the miracle four-outer boat on the river in standard "sick life" fashion. =)
In continuing with that fashion, I picked up A-A against K-K and 10-10 with seven players left to bust two people. I had over 1.5 million and about half the chips in play five-handed after that. The second stack was about 400k.
I never looked back from there, and managed to only be down $280.97 for the day. Considering what I was able to make up for with a $75 tournament, I doubt I've ever been so happy to almost break even for a session in my life!
Total tournaments played: 31
Total amount of buy-ins: $20,073.71 (new record!)
Total number of cashes: 3
- 193/2820 in Sunday Brawl, $451.20
- 119/3397 in Tilt $750 gtd, $750
- 1/1,203 in Tilt $75, $18,261.54
Length of session: 12:47
Total amount of cashes/bounties: $19,792.74
Net win/loss for the day: -$280.97
Net win/loss in online tournaments on Sundays since the start of the Sunday Report (February 7, 2010): +$187,938.32
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