Derek and I are driving up to https://bursa303.city later tonight. Our plan is to get there around 11pm and play low limit until 7am. At that point, registration for the Sunday morning NO LIMIT tournament takes place… and we’ll be ready to play! Sunday’s No Limit event cost $65 ($50 to the pool, $15 entry fee) with no rebuys. On Tuesdays, the entry fee for the No Limit event is $80 with unlimited rebuys in the first two levels, plus add-ons! I don’t like the Tuesday torneys, that’s why I haven’t been playing them. Alas, Derek is ready for his first No Limit tournament (his previous two expereinces were limit events) and I’m all pumped up for myt first No Limit event of 2004. If I want to consider the oustide chance of winning a seat at the … then I have to at least make the final table at a Foxwoods weekly tournament. I decided that 50% of the money that I win in No Limit/Limit tourneys this year will go into a separate bankroll: my WSoP bankroll. Whatever I have rolled up in my sock drawer by the time the month of May saunters around… I’ll take it to Vegas to parlay that into a seat via a satellite. So far… I have: $0.
Positively Fifth Street
I’ve been reading: Positively Fifth Street: Murderers, Cheetahs, and Binion’s World Series of Poker written by James McManus. He is the author of four novels (Going to the Sun won the Carl Sandburg Award) and two books of poetry. This is one of the most interesting fiction books that I read in a long time.
Here’s a touching paragraph from Page 24: “I admit I’m juiced and flush when I win and that penis feels like an acorn when I …