Cut off the point & I'll come take it off your hands
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I'll bet there's a pretty thick fat cap on that thing - trim up yer brisket & see what it weighs then. You can also check out hot & fast - bump the cooker up to 300 or 320. Cutting it may be ok, I've never done it and can't speak to doing that. Start early & allow time for resting - that'll be yer cushion time for cooking, but you do want it to rest for at least an hour. Four hours (maybe more but again, can't speak to that myself) resting is not a problem when coolered.
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