made it just past the second break of BBT Invitational 4. 43 of 107 is not where I need to be.
I'm just not able to make something happen in hour two no matter what I do. I actually went over 100 hands without showing down anything, I either blind stole or had to fold postflop. Just carddead, never getting action with the rare big hands and always getting played back at when I'm light. Timing is not my friend at the moment.
After having far too many people flat my opens pre and donk the flop, I finally check-shove a flop for some chips, then decide to flip with AKs for 50BB (FTrain opens UTG, I 3x it from the button, he jams, I snap) and outflop JJ.
Then I get moved tables and I don't win another pot postflop for the rest of the tourney. I sink back down to 3K, steal my way back to 4500, play an oh-so trappy hand with PirateLawyer where I raise AQs, he flats KK in the blinds, and checks all three streets (I bet 985r flop, check behind on J turn and Q river). So I should be busto but survive another few hands.
After the break, I'm in the BB and oossuuu754 jams his button for 14K with a dead stack in the SB at 120/240/25. Knowing how wide he opens with a big stack, I go ahead and call off 9BB with K6o.
Once again, it's another one of those "doesn't matter if I have AA or 72" allins, as he shows 66 and the case 6 comes on the turn, and I finally busto.