Probability of multiple variables, geometric distribution?

You are on a basketball team, and at the end of every practice, you shoot half-court shots until you make one. Once you make a shot, you go home. Each half-court shot, independent of all other shots, has a 0.1 probability of going in. Your team has 100 practices per season. Estimate the probability that you shoot more than 1111 half-court shots after practices this season.

So I set X equal to the number of shots until finished per practice, and since $X\sim \mathrm{G}\mathrm{e}\mathrm{o}(0.1)$, I know that the P(X) is $(1-p{)}^{x-1}p$ but I don't know what to set x as.

I also set Y equal to the number of shots until finished per season so that $Y=100X$. I'm not sure how to go about finding the probability though? I understand that $P(Y)=P(X{)}^{100}$, but how can I find P(X)?