First things first, I decided to take my two tokens, and play the MATH and also a satellite to Full Tilt's $750K. The satellite was first, and I played well, but was card dead for most of it. Amazingly enough, I was still alive but in 4th with 4 people left, and finally had to push a semi-decent hand. I get called by both of the large stacks, and have to watch in chat as the other small stack starts acting like a 5 year old. Needless to say, I lost the hand, but won $72 for my trouble.
The MATH was a different story. I was having a good time, knocking heads and playing more aggressive then I usually do, and it worked great. With 24 runners, I was in the top 5 most of the tournament until the hand I was finally knocked out on. Oh, and I was completely AstinBayned last night too. 3 AA's, 4 KK's 2 QQ's, 3 JJ's. Unreal run of cards. The last JJ killed me. If you read the comments to the 50/50 post, you can see what RaisingCayne though of the play. I had the JJ's and was honestly tired of watching the big stack (Wormmsu or something like that) reraise everytime I had something decent at the final table, as he was the only person with more chips then me. I push over the top, and he calls with AKo? Seriously, how is calling off 80% of your stack on a race that you are BEHIND in a good play on his part??? Needless to say, AK4 flop, and IGH 7th. I am happy to report though that Cayne won the MATH again, so props to the man!
On the bankroll front, at one point over a month ago, I was down below $100. I have put together a nice run lately, and have managed to push my bankroll above the $700 mark for the first time ever, without playing cash games at all.