Getting ready for a big tournament
In an hour, I'll be playing in the highest buy-in tournament I've played yet. It's $200+15 and there are thousands of dollars at stake. I've seen first place in this tournament pay as much as $150,000. Of course, I'll need all my skill and a lot of luck to make the money, but I'm going to give it my best shot.
The best part is I'm basically free-rolling in this tournament. I won my seat for $9 earlier this week. So, if I make the money, I'll get a minimum of $215, with an investment of $9. That's a pretty decent ROI.
I feel pretty prepared as I've been playing lower-stakes tournaments this week and I've done pretty well in them. Of four tournaments, I made the money twice, bubbled once (finished 115 when 99 paid) and busted the first hand with KK vs. 32. In all four cases, I busted with the best hand. My last tournament, I busted with AQ vs. AT when AT flopped a straight. Anyway, I've been playing well and I think I can make the money today. But, even if I don't, at least I had a shot at a ton of money for a $9 investment.
If it seems like I haven't been doing much lately, that's because I haven't been doing much lately. I've done some reading, written some things on the guitar, written some things on paper and played a lot of basketball. We lost by 17 on Wednesday to a good team that has played together for a while. This Wednesday, I think we'll do better, but I guess there's no guarantee.
Work has been going well as I've had a lot more responsibility and I think I've handled it very well. Things are going very smoothly even though I've recently taken on the responsibility that was previously covered by two people.
That is all.