BBT2 Qualifying Strategy
I put about 5 minutes of thought into this, but here it is. In BBT1, I did not dare play in all or close to all of the events. Trying to do that would have led certainly to divorce. Last time we were playing for a Wii or something like that, and with the point system the way it was, I could slide right to the freeroll without too much effort. This time an 18k prize package is on the line in a 20ish player TOC. So whats my plan? Get my seat ASAP and then drop out. It's my only hope of getting the Aussie trip and keeping my marriage intact. Seems like a valid strategy. Event #1 is the big game which will most likely have the smallest field of all events. Event #2 is the MATH which should be smaller than the Mook or Riverchasers each week. I figure the field sizes will grow throughout, so week 1 is your best shot. I have won riverchasers before, and gone deep at the FT a few times as well, so that is probably my other shot.
So my strategy breaks down like this.
1) Win the big game, Math or River Chasers in week 1
2) Sit back and wait for the TOC
3) If (1) does not happen, I guess its back to the drawing boards.
Feel free to throw some chips my way next week to help in my efforts.
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