|10-Sep||20/40 Limit||Bay 101||-1405|
|11-Sep||20/40 Limit||Bay 101||1669|
|12-Sep||6/12 Limit||Bay 101||-30|
|12-Sep||20/40 Limit||Bay 101||-2984|
|13-Sep||20/40 Limit||Bay 101||-116|
|22-Sep||6/12 Limit||Bay 101||146|
|22-Sep||20/40 Limit||Bay 101||2727|
The mathematically inclined reader can quickly deduce that in about the last two weeks I have only won 1200 dollars, and that I won 2900 of those today. Holy moly.
The real reason this post is so delayed is that I wasn't willing to write down my intention, in stone, to continue playing live poker for another 2 months until after I got back from my trip to Boston. The only thing I've really figured out so far is that 6 weeks wasn't long enough to make a decision, so I decided to give myself 8 more. So far it's been going fine, but the 3 vacations (Reno, during which I played, water skiing, during which I didn't, and Boston, during which I did) totaling over 2 weeks of time, coupled with moving to a new apartment really didn't let me get as good of a feel for this as I would have liked.
As you can see, I suffered a massive roller coaster ride over the last 2 weeks. The 3000 dollar loss last Friday (on the last official day of my 6 week shot) was over whelming. I had never lost that much before, and didn't really handle it very well. I learned from it though and got right back on the horse the next day. Shortly after that I took a trip to Boston and played for 2 days at Foxwoods, which greatly increased my confidence. Then just today, on my first full day back in the bay area, I booked my largest single day win ever.
I'll try to write more tomorrow when all my brain cells are back up and running. To anyone left reading, thanks for sticking with me :)