Time flies, it’s WSOP time again

Jun 2: 12:00pm $1500 No Limit Hold’em
Jun 3: 5:00pm $2500 Omaha HL/Stud HL
Jun 4: 5:00pm $5000 Pot Limit Omaha (RB’s)
Jun 5:12:00pm $1000 No Limit Hold’em (RB’s)
Jun 5: 5:00pm $1500 Omaha HL (if out of other event)
Jun 6: 5:00pm $5000 7 Card Stud
Jun 7: 12:00pm $1500 No Limit Hold’em Short Handed
Jun 8: 5:00pm $5000 Pot Limit Hold’em
Jun 9: 5:00pm $2500 H.O.R.S.E.
Jun 10: 5:00pm $5000 Limit Hold’em
Jun 11: 12:00pm $2500 No Limit Hold’em
Jun 11: 5:00pm $2000 Stud H/L (if out of other event)
Jun 12: 12:00pm $1500 No Limit Shootout
Jun 13: 12:00pm $5000 No Limit Hold’em
Jun 14: 5:00pm $3000 Stud H/L
Jun 15: 5:00pm $5000 H.O.R.S.E.
Jun 16: 12:00pm $1500 No Limit Hold’em
Jun 17: 12:00pm $3000 No Limit Hold’em
Jun 17: 5:00pm $1500 Razz (if out of other event)
Jun 18: 12:00pm $2500 No Limit Hold’em Short Handed
Jun 19: 1:00pm $5000 No Limit Hold’em Heads Up
Jun 20: 12:00pm $1500 Pot Limit Omaha (RB’s)
Jun 20: 5:00pm $3000 Limit Hold’em
Jun 21: 5:00pm $5000 Omaha H/L
Jun 22: DAY OFF
Jun 23: DAY OFF
Jun 24: 12:00pm $50,000 H.O.R.S.E.
Jun 25: Still in H.O.R.S.E.
Jun 26: 12:00pm $2000 Limit Hold’em
Jun 27: 12:00pm $2000 Omaha HL
Jun 28: 12:00pm $5000 No Limit Hold’em Short Handed
Jun 29: 12:00pm $2000 No Limit Hold’em
Jun 29: 5:00pm $1000 2-7 Triple Draw (RB’s) (If out of other event)
Jun 30: 12:00pm $1500 No Limit Hold’em
Jul 1: 12:00pm $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha
Jul 2: 12:00pm $1000 No Limit Hold’em (RB’s)
Jul 3: 12:00pm $1000 Limit Hold’em Shootout
Jul 4: 12:00pm $5000 2-7 Single Draw No Limit
Jul 5: DAY OFF
Jul 6: DAY OFF
Jul 7: DAY OFF
Jul 8: $10,000 No Limit Hold’em Main Event All of this is subject to change, with the exception of the fact that if you don’t see a tournament on this list, there is zero chance that I will play it. I will likely skip a few of these even to avoid burn out. In addition to playing the tournaments, I won’t be playing in the cash games unless I change my mind sometime between now and the end of the WSOP. It drains too much energy out of me. I actually played at the Bellagio once this week for 8 hours and I played pretty well. I was very unlucky in triple draw not winning any real pots in that game. When you can’t make a hand in triple draw in a mixed format, it usually means you are destined to have a losing session as the game plays bigger than a game like, 7 Card Stud for example. I ended up losing $95,000 and the game broke after Chan, Tuan and myself played three handed for a while. Other than that I haven’t played poker much at all, and that was my intention anyway as the WSOP will be grueling. On days when I start at 5:00pm, I may decide to golf that day, or, if I play a noon even and am out early I may head to the course for a late round. I’m assuming there will be some big golf matches throughout the WSOP, but I’m so bad now that it would be difficult for me to match up with anyone as they’d have to give me a TON of strokes to make a game even remotely fair. Not only strokes, but since I don’t hit the ball anywhere off the tee, I have to get a tee spot also. Who knows, we shall see… Aside from that, I won’t be drinking during the WSOP. I may entertain guests one or two nights during the month, but aside from that I’ll be home working out, playing pool, hanging with the wife, and mostly just relaxing in between play. I offered, and am still offering anyone a price on me winning a WSOP bracelet this year. I had several offers the first time I posted it, so here is a reminder to those interested: you can lay me 5-1 and I’ll be willing to bet up to $100,000 that I’ll win a bracelet in 2007. For those who don’t know how that works exactly, you’d put up $500 if you lose, and win $100 if I’m unable to win a bracelet. Here’s to a great WSOP in 2007, good luck to all!]]>