Maybe practicing good table selection is indeed all it's cracked up to be.
Being rather bored, I hit up a random $50 PLO table on Full Tilt last night. I bought in short and tripled up on the first hand when my monster wrap draw came in on the turn. I even picked up a few more bucks before the end of my first orbit.
Bring on the pros!
Or at least the pro.
Attracted by the smell of deep-fried breaded lake perch, FT pro Steve Brecher sat down (this was "his" table). Despite his presence and being joined by three other bloggers -- Mourn, Wwonka and Drizz, the table stayed good, at least until my personal ATM finally left. Final tally, better than a quintuple up.
Hooray for omatards!
Yeah, yeah, hitting draws and flopping quads once and not having opponents hit their redraws helps. It wasn't all table selection. I'm just enjoying the afterglow of a good session, especially since I've hardly played at all this week and can't say that any of those efforts were successful.
I now return you to my regularly scheduled mediocrity. Enjoy your weekend!