Archive | September, 2006

The Comeback

20 September 2006

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Last night, I returned to play in the heralded “deep-stack” $10 tournament. After finishing one spot out of the money my first time, I was eager to give it another shot. The tournament started with 19 players, and I only recognized about half of them from the game a few weeks earlier. Most of the […]

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The Homestretch

19 September 2006

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I’m sorry. I promised to provide updates about my bankroll challenge and I didn’t. To be fair, I did post one or two updates but not as many as I (and possibly you?) had hoped for. At the conclusion of today’s (Sept. 18th) play, I find myself nearly $700 short of my goal. $689.08 to […]

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The Difference

14 September 2006

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Although I cringe at the thought of Summer coming to a close, I find certain benefits do exist as I and thousands of other students near the start of the Fall quarter at UC Davis. A large number of students are now flocking back to town, eager to get their “shit together” before classes begin. […]

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The Half-Way Point

8 September 2006

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Maybe I was wrong about home-field advantage not playing a role in poker. After losing close to $200 during my week in Santa Rosa, I returned home and made a remarkable turnaround. So much so that I think the Bankroll Challenge is not quite dead yet. After 28 days, I finally crossed the $1,000 mark. […]

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