FPP Quest update
I have mostly been playing the Two Hundred Grand sats because they run pretty much continuously. My record in the 70 FFP sats that pay one person $11 has been fairly dismal. I think I’ve won two of them in 16 attempts. I’ve run a bit bad, since I got heads-up in six and only won the two. They play really insane and the structure is very fast, so they really are a bit of a lottery. I also played a 5,400 sat to the Sunday Million (10 runners, 4 get paid) and I won the only one I played. My net winnings from FPPs thus far is $336 and I’ve spent a total of 9,000 FPPs. If I can keep up this pace, I’ll have won over $2,000 by the end of the run.
There are some better sats that run on Sunday, but I was too busy to play any of them. There are a million sats to the Turbo Takedown, which (as Elmo pointed out) is a decent shot at a few more dollars. Unfortunately, it only runs once a month, so I’m not sure I’ll be able to do it or not.
I might start parlaying my T$ into MTT buy-ins as I build up a roll. I guess at this point, I’m only technically rolled for $4 or $5 buy-ins, but I’ll probably assume I will have in excess of $1,000 of the exercise and consider myself rolled for $10 buy-ins. Plus, I could always redeposit, although I’d consider that a failure.
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