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Thursday, February 14, 2008

Qualified

I played 9 of the 11 games I wanted to fit in last night, thanks to Stars having a little technical difficulty late in the day I couldn't start the final two.

Finishing positions were

22nd
26th
12th
45th ! QQ vs KQ allin on a J96 flop
36th AK vs AQ, I reraised PF and got all the money in on A42 flop, he turned the Q and then typed "almost got me" in the chat… cock.
11th
16th
8th
2nd

This leaves me with 2 games to play, no time to play them and I'd need to get the top two spots in both to win the little challenge thing. Not likely.

Had my own technical difficulties when the cats decided to play kill the internets and dragged the router off it's shelf and unplugged it ! Was back up in short order though and don't think I missed any aces.

I did win a ticket for the Sunday million too in a $3 rebuy, love those things. It's been ages since I've seen a rebuy sat for the Sunday million, I think I've just been missing the start times rather than them not running anymore. They have always been by far my most successful way of getting tickets. I'm not sure if I'll play it or just the warm-up at the moment, I'm leaning towards the warm-up because the times are so much better but I'll see how I feel on Sunday.



This post is a bit abrupt since it's 'Black Friday' here at work. Bit of chaos caused by our external supplier breaking the stock price feed which has snowballed into all my apps ! At least it's not my head on the chopping block.

1 Comments:

Blogger $mokkee said...

nice job. GL on Sunday!

9:09 pm  

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