Luck is for suckers. It appears though, if you knock me out of the MATH you go on to win it. For the second week in a row, the Pirate Vanquisher has won the weekly event. This week it was JamyHawk who knocked out my mighty A9. Seriously, how can that hand be beat? I'm considering not playing any more of these things as I just can't handle losing almost half of these 60:40 hands. It's as though the poker gods were out to get me. At most I should be losing 1 or maybe 2 out of 10 of these type hands, right? I'm starting to believe this "rigged" talk I see going around the internet. It makes sense to me as a big money player. I play a lot of SNGs (at least 5 or 6) every week and that juice adds up for Full Tilt. At a dollar (sometimes .50 but not much more than most of the time) a pop, they have made literally hundreds off of me since I started playing there three years ago. When that kind of money is flying around, it stands to reason there will be shenanigans. Throw in an unexplainable loss rate with monsters such as the aforementioned A9 and there might be cause for some congressional hearings. Now, that's a group that has got it together and can get to the bottom of this mess.
I've got to pay off a bounty as my big mouth got me in trouble. I'll leave it up to the Hawk to contact me as I've got no idea what his blog address is. I'll probably keep the bounties going until I place in the MATH. It worked for me last year and past performance is always an accurate indicator of future events. I'm not superstitious though. That would be bad luck.