Don't ever take sides with anyone against the Family again. Ever.
I am a fan of the Mohegan Sun. It's a bigger and better and more sophisticated Turningstone, but the problem for me is it's equidistant from Atlantic City, so it's never really worth it to go.
I busted out of the main in level 4. Went from 30k (starting stack) to 1850 chips in the first level on a single hand!
50/100. I raise UTG1 with AsQd. UTG2 calls, he's been fairly loose. Flop comes J57r. I cbet and he calls. Turn K, bringing a spade draw. I'm pretty sure he's floating me. I check, he bets 1100 into a 1500ish, I c/r to 3500. He calls fairly quickly, river is a 3s. I think and bet 5400, he raises to 11000, I shove for about 30k total. He tanks and calls with QTss.
I am left with 1850 chips at 50/100 after the hand, but work my way up to 16000. I then get QQ AIPF vs. AK at 150/300, lose on a board of Q5AAA. I'm very happy about how I played in the tournament, and I'm very happy that I had 1850 left 30 minutes into the tournament and wasn't phased at all. I didn't tilt stick in my stack at all, and put myself in a position where I was a coinflip away from bringing 6% of a stacking size back to over 30k. I'll probably play the 2k tomorrow, as the structure looks decent enough.
Yes I know I still have lots of people that have more information from me for coaching. Know that I will get to everyone, as I promised, and know that it will take a little while. I planned on doing this as a one week thing, and instead of turning people away, it's just gonna turn into 2 months straight of coaching. I promise I will get to everyone though.