I pretty much sucked it up in Event #4, sucking like Sucky McSuckSucks. So, umm, yeah. There you go.
Went out not too long after the first break, with 100/200 blinds. And the sad thing is that I was lucky to last that long, as the theme of the day was anything that can go wrong, bam, there you go, it just went wrong. Flopped the nut straight and couldn't shake loose 37c, who hung in there to runner runner a flush. Turned the nut straight and couldn't shake loose the same friend, who runner runnered the nut flush (and just called me when I bet out on the river instead of raising me with, umm, the mortal nuts.)
Didn't get to play with anyone famous, although Annie Duke was at the table next to me and I got to hear her chew out a dealer for what she thought was a mistake. I also think she glared at me a few times, as the tournament clock on the wall was right behind her, and everytime I looked over to see the time she'd look up at me, like I was staring at her because of she was Annie Duke.
I'd like to say it was a good time, and, you know, deep down inside it was, but it was honestly pretty damn disappointing to go out as quickly as I did. I didn't go in with any real expectations as far as cashing, but suddenly it was over, after much looking forward to it, and I couldn't help but feel like damn, that was quick.
Such is life, I suppose. On the bright side, tomorrow is suddenly wide open, so hopefully I'll get some time in at cash games and/or tournaments.