Monty Memorial

Well, my performance in the Monty Memorial was not terribly memorable. The blind structure was horrendous. Even though we started with T1500 stacks, 30 minutes in nearly everyone is forced into short stack play. My raised hands missed the flops badly most of the night, so I was left with few chips and ended up all-in with AQo with my last T320 with the blinds at 75/150. I was called by kodies‘ big stack in the big blind and his Q6 hits trip sixes on the flop and that’s all she wrote, out in 61st place. At least this means I can get to bed at a reasonable hour.

Thanks again to Iggy for going through the ordeal to get this set up. Here’s hoping that next time there might be a chance to sit at the tables a bit longer and enjoy the competition.

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