91/124 currently, we're at 25/150/300.
Drunk girl just tried bluffing me. It didn't go so well for her. back to 24K again.
I drop to 16K when I find KK, and lose to a flopped two pair. A bit of pot control keeps it small. The table plays very weird, and the bet sizing is all over the place, but on we go. We hit level 6 with 87/130 players at 50/200/400.
Level 7, and I raise with AK offsuit and get 2 callers. Flop 5 5 7. I fire again and get a call and a raise. I go away, and 7 10 offsuit wins. Ugh. 12,500.
I steal one versus the drunk girl and climb to 15K again. This table is weird for sure.
I drop back when I try a reraise with AQ and I get 4-bet. I decide I'd rather be getting it in with a made hand or a draw at the very least. 10K.
Argh. Maybe my first error of the trip. I'm sure someone out there who undoubtedly knows better will tell me otherwise. I call a raise with 9h 10h, and the flop comes 2h 7s Jh. I have a gutshot, and a flush draw. The aggressive raiser bets into me, and I tank for a minute of so then shove It might be a C-bet on his part, or maybe a made hand, but I have ways to win, and there's a decent pot out there.
He snaps, and tables JJ, for top set. Well played Kevin.
Not drawing dead by a long way, but a pair up would kill me. Turn is the 4c for no help, and the river is the Ks, meaning I missed everything and am out.
There's a case for not playing the hand at all, but likewise it's a one day event and I want to build chips and win the damn thing. I took a risk and it bricked. Welcome to poker. I can re-enter, but instead opt not to. Wait for the next $100K event, which is a $340 the day after Thanksgiving, so keep my powder dry and return in a day or two.