Poker Sucks!

Monday, February 11, 2008 1:33 | Filled in poker

That was the mantra of our little band when we were all ejected from the main event on day one last year.  We all felt that we were playing better than most of our tables, but for various reasons things didn’t go our way and we all ended up drinking heavily and clinking glasses to hearty toasts of “poker sucks!”  Its a bit like that for me today.  I had another losing day with a fairly substantial number of hands and I ended up dropping about $400 on the day.  I’ve actually entered into negative territory for the month now, which is somewhat grim.  In the big picture, I’m still ahead of expectation earn rate wise for the year, but this month has been mostly ugly.  I got stacked at NL in a short session in a hand where the stacks weren’t deep enough to get away from AA and a set cleaned me out.  I was up and down at 30/60 and ended up losing a bit there in the late night shift.  I’m up to 5,200 VPPs, so well ahead of plan there.

I don’t even feel like posting hands.  I will be doing some hand history review later, so if I see some kind of systemic error I’ll post about it next time.

Suited and I spent the day researching appliances and kitchen remodel stuff.  My brain is swimming.  I have feigned opinions on wood stains and cabinet styles for long enough that I’m actually starting to think I have some.

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2 Comments to Poker Sucks!

  1. Torch says:

    February 18th, 2008 at 8:30 am

    What on earth could you possibly do to that beautiful kitchen?!?

  2. Nsidestrate says:

    February 18th, 2008 at 8:59 am

    Apparently, it is “dated” which I perceive to be a scam perpetuated by the real estate business. As best I understand the plan, it involves tearing everything in the kitchen now off the walls and starting over. I believe it will have the same general layout, but all new cabinets and counters.

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