WSOP with all it’s top players fighting for bracelets and millions of dollars is almost at it’s end for this year.
It’s only the last few days of main event yet to go, but the action in the tournaments and outside the tables have been something else this year.
Some of the notable action that occured was when Phil Hellmuth got his 12th bracelet and made it one level harder for his opponents to catch himin the bracelet race.
Phil Ivey has been sitting at five final tables this year and will probably win the POY price, this would not have been that bad if he didn’t have all the bracelet side bets.
The word is that he had made some BIG bets of him winning at least one bracelet this year which he did not succeed with, unfortunately. Better luck next year Phil.
Esfandiari won the biggest tournament price ever 18+ mills in the One drop event at WSOP by defeating a super strong field of 48 players.
For my part I have been concentrated on learning the stuff Adi is teaching us, and I think I’m a few steps closer to my goal.
There’s been a lot of reading and grinding almost every day on the lower levels.
Now for the next ten days, the micro millions will keep me busy at the virtual tables. I will be concentrating on Omaha and hold’em games.
Going to try to avoid re-buy tournaments and 3x turbos. I played a cpl of events as warm-up already,
I’m really looking forward to the next live events in Goa and more sessions with Adi and the group, have not been any of this for a while because of Adi have been busy with WSOP where he ran pretty good btw.. He made a 19th and 99th place in events with a large number of players
Until next time Olli.