Yeah, I'm still lurking around...though once in a blue moon someone at the casino will recognize me which I think is pretty neat. It's better if no one at the table knows me though.For those interested, I got a job recently!
So weekdays now comprise of commuting, working, eating, and then sleeping. Not much time for anything else. Internet and TV time has gone down though I found video gaming to go up...On weekends I've been going to the casino lately and basically just catching up on sleep and rest.I've also played in two small live buy-in tournies with my new found wealth. Well they are actually quite high for me, but I tell myself I can spoil myself since I found a job. :)My first tourney, I think I played really well, didn't think I made any major mistakes, had an average stack, then had a bad beat for all my chips.My second tourney, I played poorly in the beginning, sucked out, and from there played ok/good but made a few mistakes. I certainly caught the right hands/flops at the right time though. So in essence, I got lucky. I managed to cash but they withheld 30% of my winnings (this was at a US casino). So has anyone (anyone being Canadians) had the winnings withheld and get it back? If so could you outline the process?