It's official. I'm addicted to these. They are the greatest thing since sliced bread.
How can you not a love a system in which it's possible to win a $10,000 WSOP seat, $1,500 spending money and $2,000 in hotel accommodations for $12? Granted, it's a long road to the top, having to make it through a six-step process, but if you play a reasonable sit and go game -- tight in the early stages, aggressive as the blinds rise -- you ought to be able to finish in the top 5 most of the time, and at many of the steps you can maintain your standing on the ladder as long as you make the top half of the field of 10.
I've got about $55 invested at this point and am now on Step 3. I made it there this weekend, finishing 5th and dropping back to Step 2, but won that one and went back to Step 3. Last night, I came in 4th and am still at Step 3. Like Namath and his boast before Super Bowl III or Ruth and his point to centerfield, I have proclaimed I will win a seat in the WSOP. Now I just have to make it happen.