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My 2013 Wsop Schedule Of Events

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May 29th 5pm: $5000 No Limit Hold'em (8max)

June 2nd 5pm: $2500 8-Game Mix

June 5th 5pm: $5000 7 Card Stud Hi-Lo

June 7th 5pm: $10,000 No Limit Hold'em (Heads Up)

June 9th 5pm: $5000 Pot Limit Hold'em

June 12th 5pm: $2500 7 Card Stud

June 13th 5pm: $5000 Omaha 8 or better

June 15th 5pm: $5000 H.O.R.S.E.

June 18th 12pm: $5000 No Limit Hold'em (6 max)

June 20th 5pm: $5000 Limit Hold'em

June 22nd 5pm: $5000 Pot Limit Omaha (6 max)

June 23rd 5pm: $10,000 2-7 Single Draw No Limit

June 26th 12pm: $111,111 No Limit Hold'em

June 27th 5pm: $2500 10-Game Mix

June 28th 5pm: $25,000 No Limit Hold'em (6 max)

June 30th 5pm: $50,000 Players Championship

July 3rd 5pm: $2500 2-7 Triple Draw

July 5th 5pm: $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha

July 8th 12pm: $10,000 No Limit Hold'em Main Event

 

19 tournaments total on my schedule this year for total buyins that add up to: $276,111 so if you see me cashing for less than that, you will know it wasn't such a good WSOP! :-)

 

-16 5pm events; 3 12pm events so I will be golfing. Last bracelet I won I golfed regularly during the WSOP on off days

-only 6 no limit hold'em events

-no buy ins less than $2500

 

This will be a lighter schedule than I've played in years past. Focusing on the higher buy in events and not burning myself out in the smaller ones so I'm fresher and prepared for the big ones at the end. This will also allow me more time to relax, play golf, workout, and live a more balanced life during the most stressful and fun part of the year for a poker player!

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Live a balanced life the other 10.5 months of the year. #yolo

 

I'll prob play 23-25 events all holdem bc I'm a one trick pony.

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I'm actually going to be in Vegas for the first time this WSOP, but I'm already flying back to Europe on the 1st of June. The 5k event is a bit too rich for me, but I want to play that 1k tourney on the 30th of May. It's a pity you're skipping the "cheap" events, it would have been nice to get the chance to play together.

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Why would I do that? My PLO game is extremely well suited for tournaments and I've had plenty of success in the high buy in PLO events at WSOP.

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Have you any Bracelet bets this year?

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Great schedule Daniel! Odds heavily say you'll digress from this schedule when the mood (hunger, frustration, boredom, gut feeling) strikes you amidst all the action! You can't help it. Good luck champion!! And I look forward to the FCP Fantasy contest agaiin -- heaven for those of us who can't make the WSOP and aren't Full Tilt-able!

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Why would I do that? My PLO game is extremely well suited for tournaments and I've had plenty of success in the high buy in PLO events at WSOP.

 

4 cashes is plenty of success?

 

2012 World Series of Poker Europe

Event #6: Six-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha

€1,650 buy-in 9/27/2012 19th

€2,774

 

 

2008 39th Annual World Series of Poker

Pot-Limit Omaha W/Rebuys (Event 28)

$5,000 buy-in 6/14/2008 7th $123,437

 

2006 37th Annual World Series of Poker

Pot-Limit Omaha (Event 16)

$10,000 buy-in 7/9/2006 20th $12,295

 

2004 35th Annual World Series of Poker

Pot-Limit Omaha (Event 31)

$5,000 buy-in 5/19/2004 8th $45,000

 

Source: http://www.wsop.com/players/playerprofile.asp?playerID=267

 

Good luck :)

 

Just looking out for you sir.

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4 cashes is plenty of success?

 

2012 World Series of Poker Europe

Event #6: Six-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha

€1,650 buy-in 9/27/2012 19th

€2,774

 

 

2008 39th Annual World Series of Poker

Pot-Limit Omaha W/Rebuys (Event 28)

$5,000 buy-in 6/14/2008 7th $123,437

 

2006 37th Annual World Series of Poker

Pot-Limit Omaha (Event 16)

$10,000 buy-in 7/9/2006 20th $12,295

 

2004 35th Annual World Series of Poker

Pot-Limit Omaha (Event 31)

$5,000 buy-in 5/19/2004 8th $45,000

 

Source: http://www.wsop.com/...sp?playerID=267

 

Good luck :)

 

Just looking out for you sir.

 

 

 

I would have to see how many he had entered lifetime, buy ins spent vs. cashes and hours played to see what success looks like to Daniel. These numbers really don't say anything without more info.

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I would have to see how many he had entered lifetime, buy ins spent vs. cashes and hours played to see what success looks like to Daniel. These numbers really don't say anything without more info.

 

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lol

yeah that's the one thing I noticed too

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lol

 

That happened around the time the link to Facebook went goofy and other people's Facebook comments were being posted here under Daniel's account so either a misclick or something related to that most likely.

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Not all that serious. I imagine the events entered far outweigh the total amount cashed. I was just curious if DN would in fact post with actual numbers that he has kept track of. That Arnold GIF deal made me laugh, good one.

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4 cashes is plenty of success?

 

2012 World Series of Poker Europe

Event #6: Six-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha

€1,650 buy-in 9/27/2012 19th

€2,774

 

 

2008 39th Annual World Series of Poker

Pot-Limit Omaha W/Rebuys (Event 28)

$5,000 buy-in 6/14/2008 7th $123,437

 

2006 37th Annual World Series of Poker

Pot-Limit Omaha (Event 16)

$10,000 buy-in 7/9/2006 20th $12,295

 

2004 35th Annual World Series of Poker

Pot-Limit Omaha (Event 31)

$5,000 buy-in 5/19/2004 8th $45,000

 

Source: http://www.wsop.com/...sp?playerID=267

 

Good luck :)

 

Just looking out for you sir.

WHOAAAA sick sample size to go off of!

 

I mean, you do realize the variance in tourneys, right?

 

I'd judge his trust in his ability over a...what...30 plo tourney sample? In which case, 4/30 still is a respectable number, not far off a cash rate he should likely be experiencing.

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Adam was liking your own post related to that facebook thing or was it a misclick?

It was most likely one of the two

 

-IQCrash

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I was also interested in the WSOP Fantasy pool this year.

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I was also interested in the WSOP Fantasy pool this year.

 

We're having one again for sure.

 

Keep an eye out for the details.

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I'm actually going to be in Vegas for the first time this WSOP, but I'm already flying back to Europe on the 1st of June. The 5k event is a bit too rich for me, but I want to play that 1k tourney on the 30th of May. It's a pity you're skipping the "cheap" events, it would have been nice to get the chance to play together.

seems like he did play the 1k. Maybe you'll see him after all.

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