Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Mornings suck..

I don't know why, but I always run bad in the mornings. I also seem to have this propensity recently of following a small heater with a bigger cooler.

I played a couple of 2/4 tables on Eurolinx this morning and got dumped for about 50BB in the space of about half an hour. It was a massacre: AA cracked by trips, top and third pair cracked by top two, top pair stuffed by turned two pair or turned trips. WTSD 46, W$SD 22. The one mitigating factor is that I will get $25 back for the aces cracked hand due to Eurolinx' "aces never lose" promotion.

This month is *not* going well.


The blindman said...

In mitigation, I shortly thereafter managed to double $40 on a 1/2 table. But I'm still in a big hole.

TiocfaidhArLa said...

I don't sail, but I believe there is an analogy where the optimal spinnaker setting is right on the edge and then it is prone o collapse.

I find that I get more and more confident with winning sessions to the point where I spew off when cold decked.

All in all its just variance and our wee blog community is still very results oriented.

If you analyse the key hands, I'd be surprised if you made (m)any significant errors of judgment.