The Final Table $1,000 Guarantee, +$200 for 1st (6,000 chips)
A very appealing tournament, with the house adding $200 to first place. How can you not afford to play it?
I came in hot a few hands into the game with 4
As more players arrived, I was moved to an expansion table and settled into my normal rhythm of ups and downs. I had about twice the average stack of 8,000 at the first break, then added on for another 5,000. Post-break, post re-buys, I was slipping and down to around 12,500 when I picked up T
Three hours and twenty-five minutes. -100% ROI. 24th of 38 players.
D’s Dealer’s Choice
Probably the less said about tonight the better. I did introduce a couple of new games to the mix:
- Juarez. Double-flop, double-turn, single-river Pot Limit Omaha 8OB.
- Double-Barreled Shotgun. Limit 5-Card Draw with betting rounds after the third, fourth, and fifth cards are dealt, after the draw, and after each player-selected card is exposed.
That last comes out of Poker: The Nation’s Most Fascinating Card Game, published in 1950 by The United States Playing Card Company of Cincinnati.