Vegas -- Going home
It's been a good trip, a profitable one. The last two days were nice and excellent. I enjoyed being back in the O's $15/30 game. I went on a heater in the first 10 minutes of play there -- winning with marginal hands like T4s in a blind, etc. -- and that was all she wrote.
Sham and I had a 5-hour session at the MGM Grand's $4/8 (1/2 kill) last night, me sitting directly to the left of this guy who looked a lot like Count Dooku. And like the evil Sith Lord from the Star Wars movie, he had all of the Dark Arts working for him. He amassed nearly $800-$900 in his all-day session, mainly on a fluke.
But like any good Jedi, solid players wore him out and took him down. Of course, that's not hard to do when the Count is playing with hands like Ax vs premium hands, calling any kind of raise and folding for a bet on the river.
It was a good exercise in staying with a donator, no matter how tired you are. I miss multitabling and always finding the limit you want online, but it's good to get the live play experience in.
This morning, though, I am totally paying the price. All I want to do is get on the plane and sleep. I'm not even playing poker in the airport, I'm so tired!
It was good to be back in Vegas and good to win.