Well, played sooo badly last weekend, that managed to lost roughly 1/2 bankroll (as I'm a ultra-micro-stakes player so far, we are talking about couple euros, but it hurts the same) !!!
Getting really disappointed by HX pro (I used my 5€ tickets to pass Mission part 1) both time played for juicy 15€ prizepool (which is as boost for my tiny bankroll as Supernova for many of you). Both time accumulate 900-1000 chips, but did not hold for 1st shortstack, than for second and another to loose 3 somewhat playable hands in a row ... This leads me back to my theory that worst hand you pick in HX pro, the better! Seems like it is a golden rule as far as I'm really unable to hold pairs (any rank) or connected picture cards ... and you simply cannot won it by folding
To finish my Sunday, manage to "near bubble" for all 3: 5th Anniversary (no bounty, but I fight for 3 of them), 1k, 3k Mission freerolls all time did not hold my pocket pairs when I need "only" 1 double-up to reach ITM ... what to say at the end:
NO place/time for crying anymore -> chip & chair & smile !
I think that theory about the worst hands are better in HexaPro isn't true. This tourney needs a very good heads up skills and odds reading skills. Blinds grwing so fast, that you are forced to widen your range and that may occur situations in where the worst starting hands may win. It seems a pure gamble, but if you don't have at least advanced skills then you can't beat it. Btw I hope you will win more than you lost next week.
Well, just finishing March missions and thus tend to play couple of S&G ... so I ran as terrible as loosing 7 out of 9 HU !!! (never played such bad to be honest) ...
The last one went guite good:
But than HX pro 'syndrome' caught me and I was unable to finish it my way ... just loosing all pots no matter if AIPF or All-in on flop, turn or even river
Stop looking backward - chip & chair and SMILE!