Of course, one of those events was the weekly $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em donkament, the latest in a long line of tournaments whose sole purpose seems to be attracting as many bad players as possible while simultaneously diminishing the value of every T.J. Cloutier, the last of whom found himself consigned to the rail just two spots away from again superseding Phil Hellmuth's new record of WSOP final tables.
Those lucky enough to survive the day will find themselves hidden behind the shroud tomorrow as yet another poker tournament plays out inside the box, hidden to all but those willing to pay $49.99 for bad audio, incorrect hole cards, and a ticket to a world where "live" means "on an hour tape delay."
As usual, however, PokerListings.com will bring you the scoop on the bracelet winner as soon as the bracelet-winning has occurred, because in a place we like to call "reality," live means "as it happens." The box-bound contestants include Pete Lawson, Gioi Luong, and that accident waiting to happen, Robert Collision.
Sunday is H.O.R.S.E. day, so we trust you won't be too broken up about the whole shroud thing. But rest assured, PokerListings.com will bring you all of the excitement from the most ballingest tournament around, as well as from the various Days 2, the final table, and the fifth, sixth, and seventh $1,500 NLHE events, which all start tomorrow (just kidding - we think it's a $1,500 Mixed Hold'em affair).