I had to cashout so I had to look at results. It's been about 20,300 hands since I last looked. I think I had about 2500 when I started and had 2700 when I last looked. I thought it was very possible I could be at 2300 right now. I was gonna be pretty happy as long as it around 2500. I didn't look at hm/pt or ptr so I have no idea what my allin-ev looks like right now. I could be even or losing in allin-ev for all I know.
Part of it's rb, part of it's me sucking out on people pretty bad a couple weekends ago in questionable spots where I decided to call, and part of it is that I ran like the sun today and got AA more times than I thought was possible in my last 1k hand session.
I'm going to play as long as possible without looking at results between now and my next cashout. Starting a few sessions ago I could already tell it made a gigantic difference in the way I'm able to analyze hands I'm in during a session as well as thinking about them after a session. I always used to have a problem estimating frequencies of stuff like 3-bets and check raises which I'm having an easier time with now too.
It's incredibly liberating playing without results. There were so many times before where I would drop 3-6 buyins and figured I had to be making mistakes. The opposite was true as well. I would like to think it didn't affect my play and decision making, but I'm positive it did even if just a little bit.
I'm hoping I can go a month without having to look again.