Stu Ungar says :
It's hard work. Gambling. Playing poker. Don't let anyone tell you different. Think about what it's like sitting at a poker table with people whose only goal is to cut your throat, take your money, and leave you out back talking to yourself about what went wrong inside.
Sometimes you feel like somebody is squeezing your nuts! You are left out bedazzled on what just happened. You thought you are playing the game and had all the stars aligned as best as it can be. It is not.
Had i known i'll be taken to the tightest table there are, i probably wouldn't be buying in. I don't know if you would say it was a tight table, to me it was. The game approaches almost middle-game where the payouts were close. What happened next was a series of take-it-or-leave-it sushi dishes served in front of you on a trolley tray. These array of dishes comes and goes for 4 blind levels.
That middle position player goes all-in and everybody elses folded. Next, another player goes all-in and everybody folded. Everybody takes turn to go all-in me included. The next hand comes and i'm thinking should i call or should i fold? Remember this goes on and on for 4 blind levels pre-flop and flop. Each levels are 12 mins, so you have 48 mins of all-in sushi fest!
You can feel the blood rushing to your head and each passing moment is like getting pounded on the head. Eventually this continues until 30 players are out. Eventually after that, i got knocked out too with 5 spots shy of the money. A breather finally and not a good one.