I didnt travel anywhere today, but i tested out my new little tiny suitcase today. works nice carrying it up the street, and it runs on wheels. it just dont hold nearly as much, and it would be nice to have one big one and one little one for whenever i leave town.
I'm not exactly sleeping and playing the best hours, because NOW isnt the best time to be going to sleep, but my results are doing okay, so i shouldnt feel that way. at least im finally back over $12,100.
Also im still doing well on Bovada, and my balance is now over $330. eventually ill have enough on there to always wipe out any losses from the live cash games at the Peppermill. the days i lose i can just request a check.
and of course on May 15, i've still got the 10 out of 50 chance of winning a seat in an $1100 major tourny which could potentianly win me tens of thousands of dollars if i end up unable to trade off a lot of my action.
for a while i was a bit on tilt. lost my $120 buyin, and rebought the $314 left. for a while i straddled about 25 out of 30 hands. finally won a big pot with 74 offsuit, and was out of the hole. i never got stuck again and eventually left the game up about $200.
i'd tell u about a lot of hands, but of course, ive forgotten all the hands, and all of the details of the hands. truth be told, ive got nothing to talk about really, but i just knew the blog needed updating.
I will tell u about the guy on my immediate right in seat 7 close to the end about 30 minutes before i quit the game and went home. it was just the 2 of them in a fairly decent pot, him and seat 3. (this is the guy i posted angleshooting on twitter). seat 3 checks the river, and then seat 7 makes a hand motion the dealer takes as a check. then seat 3 asks the dealer if seat 7 checked the dealer says yes. so seat 3 flips over his hand, and then seat 7 swears he didnt check. the floor is called, and she allows seat 7 to bet. he bets $35, the other guy folds, and then he shows 53 no pair for a total bluff.
theres no way in hell he was considering a bet til after seat 3 flips up his cards. (top pair, weak kicker-on a board with a possible straight).
the guy in seat 2 told him he was in the wrong, and seat 1 didnt care for the guy either. then seat 7 got a really nasty attitude with seat 2 the whole rest of the time he was there and left shortly before i left. i had no way to get a picture of him without being seen so i have nothing to show u