Well yeah, it feels incredible to make the final table, definitely a big dream come true. And I can't wait to come back in November and finish it. At the end of day one, I was chip leader which was very nice. All the way from there it just went very smoothly. I didn't have a losing level for the first four days, so it's just a really, really good run. My results in the main event previous years haven't been that well. I've actually never made dinner break at day two, and I played it seven times. I'm not sure what it's been, but it could have been I've been burnt out from the summer all the pre-elims, or I lost my patience or something like that. But, this year, I felt totally different. And I felt like I was in the zone, and I'm ready to go.
I started off as to cook. I was planning to move to Barcelona and work myself up there at one of the top restaurants, but that job opportunity never materialized because I had some issues with my contact down there. So during the time I was playing poker, just as a hobby, and I started to spend more time to poker and had some results and yeah, just took it from there. Well, I'm hoping that I can be a big role model and represent Sweden well and make my country proud. Hopefully, a mix of my poker friends and family will be supporting me. My family has never been to Vegas, so I would love to have a good reason to bring them over here and show them around.