I was going to write a whiny post about how I blew it in the High Roller calling off my stack on a river where I knew my flopped set of aces had been beat (hence the great shot from Liz Tedder of the Bad Beat Wheel of Misfortune™ that I got to spin—hitting the hand sanitizer just to rub things in) but long-time friend of the blog Brad Press pointed out—contrary to what I’d seen earlier in the week—the results from the series were being posted on the Wildhorse web site. (Brad’s a perceptive guy, he was actually the very first person to approach me at a tournament about the blog).
Anyway, just for convenience, I’m reposting results here.
Events 1—8 are up, with the exception of the #7, the Big O, which are linked to #8 at the time I’m writing this.
- Event #1 No-Limit Holdem
- Event #2 High Roller Holdem
- Event #3 No-Limit Holdem
- Event #4 No Limit Holdem Shoot-Out
- Event #5 H.O.R.S.E
- Event #6 Omaha High-Low 8
- Event #7 Big O
- Event #8 Turbo No-Limit
- Event #9 Seniors No-Limit Holdem
- Event #10 No-Limit Holdem
- Event #11 No-Limit Holdem
- Event #12 No-Limit Holdem
- Event #13 Turbo No-Limit Holdem
- All Around Champions
For the uninitiated, at Wildhorse, you get to spin the Wheel of Misfortune when your aces or kings are cracked in a tournament—even if you aren’t knocked out. Most of the prizes are tokens—the wheel’s running every few minutes during the larger tournaments—but you can win a Pendleton blanket or so I’ve heard.