Victory

Hello! It has not been a few days since my previous post, where I mentioned about patience, and here you are! The whole 3 days and I have the title of WCOOP champion on my account: D Of course I am very happy to win, although I realize that it is only a small step in terms of what still needs to be done. Anyway, we have the last festival week, after which there will be time for a break, more learning, and a comfortable grind on midstakes. I’m back to mid-high stakes so it’s time to study hard.
Hello! It has not been a few days since my previous post, where I mentioned about patience, and here you are! The whole 3 days and I have the title of WCOOP champion on my account: D Of course I am very happy to win, although I realize that it is only a small step in terms of what still needs to be done. Anyway, we have the last festival week, after which there will be time for a break, more learning, and a comfortable grind on midstakes. I’m back to mid-high stakes so it’s time to study hard.
wcoop win
As for the tournament itself, the first day on Saturday was like blood from my nose … Completely without flow, without form or good concentration. However, a bit of luck and a few gifts from rivals allowed me to move on to day two. Sunday was a different story. Batteries charged, maximum 6 tables and smooth, comfortable play. And here I also got a couple of nice gifts where I was surprised, because spazzy mode in recreational players is often visible at the end of the day when they tired. But here, fresh at 30 left, I took a line, where a moderately smart player knows that with a top pair he’s always behind. Anyway, with patience and slight pressing (the tournament was slow and the field was soft), I managed to win the tournament. I sweat the most in HU which lasted a good over an hour with a not very experienced, a bit too passive guy. And fortunately, he didn’t catch me on any major bluff, although I have the impression that he gave me a bit too much credit. I told myself that I was not going to herocall him, just waiting patiently for a good opportunity, but there was a hand like below where he jams too quickly on the river and I make a call to win beautifully with A-high.
As for the tournament itself, the first day on Saturday was like blood from my nose … Completely without flow, without form or good concentration. However, a bit of luck and a few gifts from rivals allowed me to move on to day two. Sunday was a different story. Batteries charged, maximum 6 tables and smooth, comfortable play. And here I also got a couple of nice gifts where I was surprised, because spazzy mode in recreational players is often visible at the end of the day when they tired. But here, fresh at 30 left, I took a line, where a moderately smart player knows that with a top pair he’s always behind. Anyway, with patience and slight pressing (the tournament was slow and the field was soft), I managed to win the tournament. I sweat the most in HU which lasted a good over an hour with a not very experienced, a bit too passive guy. And fortunately, he didn’t catch me on any major bluff, although I have the impression that he gave me a bit too much credit. I told myself that I was not going to herocall him, just waiting patiently for a good opportunity, but there was a hand like below where he jams too quickly on the river and I make a call to win beautifully with A-high.
last hand
So I am very excited about the WCOOP title, but I also know what will happen next without putting in work. We’ve been through it a few times already πŸ™‚ Currently I’m sticking to 109s$ untill drop bellow 30k$. This weekend will be an exception and I will definitely play some WCOOP ME sats and some juicy MTTs. Then calm and conservative BRM … until next time: D
So I am very excited about the WCOOP title, but I also know what will happen next without putting in work. We’ve been through it a few times already πŸ™‚ Currently I’m sticking to 109s$ untill drop bellow 30k$. This weekend will be an exception and I will definitely play some WCOOP ME sats and some juicy MTTs. Then calm and conservative BRM … until next time: D

Bankroll: 40 300$

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