No-Limit Stud?

by , Sep 12, 2006 | 1:43 pm

LAKE TAHOE, NV–So I did play yesterday (sorry, Dad, got your email too late). And it really was an interesting tournament — specifically because it was the first in history (at least as far as WSOP events are concerned) to play Stud in a no-limit fashion. It wasn’t as hard as it seemed … in fact, even though it removed so much Super/Systemy math, it kinda made the stud hands easier. I think. Not sure I’m the right one to say. I lasted well into the third level … which was good enough to make me the second person eliminated overall.

(In a 47-player field.)

One thing I did like was starting the blinds at 10/25 in the NLH portion.

Oh, and by the way … did you know that in WSOP Circuit events, they are now only giving the rings for main event winners? So really the preliminary events are no different than the second-chance tourneys. Probably for the rest — rings are stupid.

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