It's that time of year again; the holidays are over, people are slowly awakening from their drunken stupor, children are bored with their Christmas presents already and the Leggo latest blog posts fill up with end of year reviews. So, of course, to keep up the tradition I realised I had better reflect on the past year as well.
Overall I feel 2009 saw the culmination of a lot of hard work. I became a Leggo Pro, graduated from college and got a job at one of the best trading firms in the world (to go along with working at the best video training site). All fantastic achievements that I'm very proud of. However, looking forward there's still so much more work to do; graduate as a trader, get more videos out (I'm working on it), get back to midstakes. There are some other ideas I've been playing around with but I keep on foreseeing problems and arguing with myself that I won't have the time or desire to finish them, that the benefits won't outweigh the effort, etc. I guess that type of process is probably a good thing on balance although jumping in head first would result in more being accomplished.
On the poker side I've gotten very, very few hands in this year, only 26k. That was most likely a combination of final year in college, loads of problems trying to produce videos and starting a 60 hour a week job. At least I ran well:
Hope everybody has a great 2010.