Thursday, January 7, 2010

Trying to go deeper than Colt McCoy

I'm playing the Daily Double while watching the Texas/Alabama game. 10,131 entrants, and already down to 6,671. Had one early double-up and played almost no other hands.

Please, please, please let McCoy return, even though Texas has an early 6-0 lead.

UPDATE: Break #2, now 300th, 18K in chips, 3600 left. Not paying much attention to chat because I'm busy tearing my hair out about the revolving door of Texas quarterbacks.

UPDATE: Break at 11, doubled up with Aces to 34K. At money bubble. Woo hoo for $1.82! Aiming for the $1500 for first, though. Around 200th right now of 1500.

UPDATE: Down to 750, I have 52K and am around 175th. Most of my big pairs have been holding up - I escaped one when my QQ got cracked by Presto, but the board made a flush and neither of us had a spade for a lucky chop.

UPDATE: Break at midnight, 247/664, 48K, average 45K.

Statistics for 198 Hands
Street Saw Saw/Total
Flop 31 16%
Turn 20 10%
River 16 8%
Showdown 11 6%
Street Won Won/Saw Won/Total
Pre-flop 5 3% 3%
Flop 3 10% 2%
Turn 1 5% 1%
River 3 19% 2%
Showdown 9 82% 5%

UPDATE: 12:08, the Texas game is over, and I am still in the Daily Double. So, even though he didn't come back into the game, I did go deeper than Colt McCoy tonight. 220/575, 53K.

UPDATE: 12:23, down to 38K when 4-4 went down to 7-7 and K-Q of two short stacks.

UPDATE: Sliding in chips to 31K, now down to 360. Payouts are now at a whopping $4.05.

UPDATE: 12:35, A-10 <>

UPDATE: Out when A-6 falls to J-10, with a 10 on the flop.

So, 353 out of 10,131, so 352 people beat me. 352/10131 = 3.47%. And a profit of three bucks and a nickel. And a really bad loss by Texas.

I think it is time for bed.

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