May is coming to a close, I have been putting in a lot of hours which is good. Unfortunately, I have been playing pretty terribly for a few stretches. However, I have been consistent for at least 10 sessions or so, my game has gotten much better this month, and I hope things continue to go well.
I had a nice heater to end today and figured I should show off a graph.
I am however quite sad right now. I was 24 tabling the 3 and 6 on Stars for a few hours, then I got really deep on some good games. I started to close down by phasing out my bad games because I was wearing out. I kept all of my 6max games up where I was deep and/or there was a fish, and started up the Camtasia screen capture. I was 200-750BB's deep on 9 tables and got into some really awesome spots. I was running something like 33/27 with a 3bet near 10ish, just being totally abusive from position. Captured 90 minutes of really interesting poker, the most entertaining screen capture I've ever done, and I was all ready to do the commentary for this, however, when I load the .camrec thingy it is corrupt somehow and just has a blank black screen so w/e.
I have really been playing much more aggressive lately, more specifically, I've been working on getting that redline up! I know the red/blue lines in HM are not how you should base your play, but I think over a decent sample they can at least show valuable trends.
Also, I think it's pretty funny that my last post had 3 comments as I was just testing out the blog, that must be a function of these posts showing up in the "most recent" section, which I think is very cool, since I don't think I have much of a shot for "most views."
please visit this post I made in the Mid-Stakes Forum
The play I made might be somewhat FPS, I just mucked right away to the turn raise, but I am really happy about it. Sometimes after millions of hands you just get this sick feeling about the way things are running out/ timing/ gameflow/ etc. and your instincts just completely take over. I had to leave the results out to avoid a good flaming.