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Main Event 2017

by Gavin Griffin |  Published: Aug 16, 2017

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Well, this year’s main event didn’t go as well for me as last year’s, but at least I was efficient. I busted just after dinner break on day one in unspectacular fashion, which, all things considered, is one of the more favorable results in any tournament. Being out early and really not having much of a chance at anything good happening is the next best result to cashing. I’m done quickly, not battling for two or three days before busting and I can be home to see my family and sleep in my own bed before day one is even over. As you would expect from someone who busted early in the main event, my table was pretty tough. There were six players who ranged from competent to very good, one who was decent, and two that were just plain bad. I lost every significant pot that I played with ...


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