I think it is a lot of risk v reward which complicates my thinking too much. I just want to last as long as possible but I'm going to have to step up the pace before long. Looking back I just haven't played long enough when the going was good but that comes down to not having a grinding attitude.
Damn it, I'm going to fail sooner or later so let's go for it!
Another one bites the dust, namely me.
A steady day yet again but with only 4.60 profit so cheered on by City's 9-0 victory it was back to the grind for a late push. This game can be maddening at times, and two losses within 45 seconds on 2 different tables made me pack in, AKs > AA and 10/10 > AA, 20e lost in a flash and not quite enough heart to carry on.
Only 19 hours played in 9 days, but as I've said I'm not a grinder and don't really want to be, I look on it as a positive as I'm still in front over a fairly small sample size. I never seemed to stick two good sessions together or even two good tables, and looking at the figures I probably play too tight at times, wanting to preserve any small profit rather than trying to push on. It was fun while it lasted and a great motivator for me, so there are always positives to take away.