A "pre-recorded" - edited $1.50 9 man STT

 

 

 

10 Minute Levels.

 

 

How to really go brain dead on hand example 2, and then having to claw some way back.

I've included a few uneventful hands (pot size wise), but mistakes I think I made after the initial "meltdown". - This STT was my last game after a long 15 hour split session (MTTs and MT SnGs). 

A couple of final tables, a final table bubble but I'm happy with the results below.

  01 Feb 14  $0.50  90    10  $1.21         
  01 Feb 14  $0.50  180  09  $1.21 
  01 Feb 14  $0.10  360  20  $0.27 
  01 Feb 14  $0.02  990  10  $0.25 
  01 Feb 14  $0.50  90     08  $1.35 
  01 Feb 14  $0.50  45     07  $0.70 
  31 Jan 14  $0.10  360   29  $0.24

 

Pity I missed out on the $3.30 Freebuy and the Chrome Freeroll, but enjoyed my Saturday and wanted to share the last few hands.

 

But still, there is no excuse for the way I played the second hand. I told myself, "Don't get involved with the chipleader on a "Dripping wet" board especially, then totally forget that and.....   embarrassing to say the least.

So there are a total of 19 hands that sum up a very cool STT game, and also how watching your opponents can help in the later stages (eg. I want to pick my spots and pots for optimal value with optimal hands etc).

So share this "rollercoaster" of a STT (136 hands played edited to 19). Just click and watch if you want to.

 

SL