PSO League #8
The PSO league was the complete opposite, I was hit in the face with the deck and most of my raises got the respect that they deserved so I chipped up early with winning a lot of uncontested pots. I then hit a set agaisnt the one guy at the table that could serverly cripple me and check raised him for 75% of his stack, but he had an easy call with his 108s and a draw at a non,non,non,non, nut flush! What was I thinking getting my money in with a 72% chance to win?? Queue Phil Hellmuth commentary.
I still kept my lead in the overall standings, with two event left. I have stepped up the aggression level in these events because I want to build a stack early and keep the pressure on and place in the top 10 to seal the deal. Im now willing and able to take some more chances in order to get a stack, because I have 2 Tournaments left to try again. I figure going 1 for 3 FT's in the remaining tournaments is not asking too much. The only thing that scares me is the number of people showing up, it is making it a lot easier to catch me, which leads me to think the league scoring should of been weighted in order of how many runners were in a particulare tournament. I think its alot easier to FT a event with 60-70 players then 140+. But I'll leave that commentary for after I get knocked out of first.