I entered a $20 NL sit'n go on Full Tilt.
I won every hand I played. It was sick. It can only happen online!
The software was helping me win for sure. No way that happens in real life. No way I get that lucky. Maybe it's because I hadn't played a sit n go in like two years?
Early on, I was raised on the big blind and called with J-8 offsuit. The flop came A-J-4. I checked, opponent checked. Then came a queen. Check-check. Then came a 6...for runner runner flush possible. I checked and called the river bet. My opponent had a small pocket pair, and I won. I was off to the races...
I stole a couple of times in position with 2 1/2x raises of the BB.
Later on with around 5 players left:
I called a small raise on the big blind with 6-6. Opponent hit top pair, but I hit a set. I went all in on the turn, and was called to win a big pot.
Key hand I raised under the gun 2 1/2 times the BB with J-J. My opponent who was in 2nd or 3rd place in chips called my raise from the button. The flop came Q-10-8. I checked, and my opponent checked. The 9 hit on the turn giving me a straight. I checked. My opponent bet the flop, and I moved all in. I got an insta-call. My opponent had Q-Q. The river was a 2.
Now I was way ahead. I raised on the button with 3-5 suited. The small blind moved all-in. It was not enough for me to fold. Opponent A-J. I hit a 3 on the river to win.
Down to 3 players. I had $10,000 in the SB. The BB only had $850. I moved all in with two rags. My rule is 10x's or more your opponent's stack, just move all-in. Opponent called. I hit my rag card and won.
Down to 2 players...no way I will lose heads-up.
1st hand on the button. I raised with pocket 6's. Opponent folded.
2md hand. My opponent raised 2 1/2x's, and I called with 3-6 offsuit. I figured I was so hot, why not see the flop.
The flop was 5-5-4. Check-check.
The turn was a 7. Check-bet-and I moved all in. My opponent called with 7-8. River was a 9.
I win...it was only $90...but I thank the non-RNG for making me look like a poker pro tonight. It only took 32 minutes.
I tried to play heads-up cash again, but every time I sat down my opponent would leave either right away or after a few hands. I finally got a couple of games. I ended up even, and decided I wasn't focused on being aggressive. I was getting into FPS-fancy play syndrome, so I left.