So, I went deep in the 1500, finishing 31 out of 2K plus entrants. Obviously tourneys, are all about winning, and I didn't, so I can't say I was happy with the result. However, I'm 22, and hopefully will be in the situation again, so it's all a good learning experience.
This was my 4th event of the series, and I now feel like I am an expert in "Live poker". Lol. Here are some thoughts about the event.
The best live players (grinder, John Juanda, etc) are absolutely sick, and I have a long way to go to reach their level.
The average live player is equal or worse than an average entrant into a Stars 100 Freezeout. The competition in the Stars 100 rebuy is way better than you'll ever see at the average WSOP table.
Poker is poker, and the differences between live and online are not that great. Yes there are some additional factors that you can use for analysis when seeing the person in front of you, but all in all, I didn't feel any disadvantage (other than extreme slowness) playing live.
Thank you all for the support, I had a good time, and hopefully next time, I can take it down.
Marvin Garden (Chris Birchby) and ImsoLucky0 (Jordan Morgan) have both made the Final Table of the event I played, GL guys.