Work is very demanding right now, not much time to play or post. Moved all the technology in my firm's Ann Arbor, MI office this weekend. I did have a chance to sit in one more SNG this weekend and won my $1.10 SNG. This brings my total to $7.40. It was tempting to sit down and play a $5 SNG, but I resisted. I was playing some 6 person $5/$10 on Party at the same time. That made the $1 SNG seem almost silly, but it was more for pride than anything else! On the subject of $5/$10 Limit on Party on Sunday.... it seemed easy. I doubled my buy in in the first hour and then bled some of it off but still had a profitable day. It seemed towards the end that I kept getting rivered. A7 vs 73 with two sevens flopped. Can't blame the guy for staying in (and even raising, we capped the betting the last two rounds) but the 3 on the river really hurt. Had I won that pot....
Anyway, the SNG challenge was a dissapointment. I have never done well on the UB SNG's even though I prefer their structure, the UB interface, and the different types of SNGs they offer. I am not sure if it is a mental monkey, or there is that wide of a gap in skill between the average PP and UB player. I think not, but I cannot explain my dismal performance.
Looking forward to the Heads Up Challenge. I have not had time to read the other blogs in the past two weeks, but I am sure things will return to normal and I will get caught up.
Last, but pretty importantly, who do I send my $25 too?!?!?
Thanks for the fun over the past month fellow challengers. Even though I did not sit at any tables with you, it was fun railbirding and watching. Great bunch of guys!