Chip leader on the table on my right. A few smiles and comments but generally the table is so far pretty sullen and humourless. I start the day in the big blind and have just folded so far.
Out in 83rd. I raise w AK to 3k. The table folds to the bb who moved me allin and I call. I'm not a fan of calling for a flip but with this stack I feel I don't really have much choice if I'm going to get anywhere near back to average.
Board runs out all rags.
Yesterday was painful, and today I probably needed to win a decent hand early to be able to open up and play a little. It didn't happen and that was that. There is an argument that I cashed for the same amount as the guy who busted out with aces in level one against an obvious straight, but I'd like to think I gave myself a better shot to win than he did, and will again in the long run.
To everyone who either has had a share, or has kept in touch in person or with messages, I would like to thank you for keeping the faith and for your support.my mum, my wife Alina, and my friends here in Las Vegas, in the UK, and around the world. The events were fun for the most part, and I can't wait to get out here again for the next one. Kudos to Joe Vigurs, Gary Hager, and the entire Wynn poker team for running a superb event.
Shareholders on this trip will receive a statement and a financial return in due course once I finish the sums and email all of you.
I'm around here for another week or so on my own dime maybe playing tournaments a bit at the Venetian, Wynn and various places around town. The trip has been a winner of sorts, and I'll regroup, get the next schedule up on the website soon and most likely be back out here early in 2015.
Thanks again to one and all. Catch you soon!