October was a decent month for me. I had another winning month. That's 5 in a row I believe, which is great.
November has not been so good. Unless I have an amazing next two days I'm going to have a losing month, which sucks, but it's ok. I've played a lot of randow stuff, more SNGs and such. Sort of been all over the place. I was hoping to win a spot in the PCA, but I couldn't make it past the 4000FPP tournament, so that's over. Also busted out of the PCA Fantasy tournament last night, so yesterday was a pretty awful day.
I feel like I'm on track for most of my goals for the year. The only glaring omission was that I failed to play 4 live tournaments this year. I've played one and we've got 4 weeks left in the year, so it's not gonna happen. I hope to do better next year on that. Also, I'd obviously like to cash in one, but having only played one all year it's not surprising that I didn't have a cash this year.
Looking toward next year, I want to keep the tournament goal intact at 4 for the year. There will be a few more opportunities with the casinos in Philadelphia hosting at least one event. Off the top of my head I see the following possibilities: Borgata Winter Open in January, WSOP Circuit in March at Caesars AC, WSOP Circuit in April/May at Harrahs Chester, Borgata Spring Poker Open in April (No firm information on that, but they had it last year), Borgata Poker Open in September, WSOP Circuit at Harrahs in AC (Again, the last two are just guesses on my part) So that's a solid six tournament series to find 4 I can get to.
I'd really like to try a multi-day tournament (where more than just the final table comes back for day two) next year, but I'm not sure I'll get to do that. I'm thinking of maybe playing the main event at one of the two WSOP stops in the spring, but we'll see how this goes. Also, if I managa a tournament cash of over 5k between now and September, I'd like to try the WPT Borgata stop. This assumes that the buy-in is as reasonable as it has been the last couple of years.