I can't remember what it feels like to have a losing session. I feel great about my game at the moment. Another $250 to the good tonight in only 1k hands. Well on track for a $3k+ month before rakeback and bonuses.
I feel I have conquered the tilt monster. That's easy for me to say on the back of umpteen winning sessions, but my frame of mind and approach to the game seems to be almost emotionless at the moment. I think I owe a lot of that to Card Runners also - the way the pros nonchalantly brush off the beats in the videos and keep you concentrating on thought processes & hand reading rather than the two outer they just suffered, has been a great help. It's not like I've not had any bad beats lately either - they've been just as bad - but they're barely even tweaking a response nowadays. This is very different to someone I know who I'm sure is going to break his £100 monitor after suffering a $50 beat one of these days. R!
I'm itching for a crack at NL200 but must hold off till May as I want to get my car paid for from poker. It's very unlikely I'll have sufficient bankroll before then. Especially as I have no desire to play tournaments so a big one-off win is unlikely. I'll just have to make sure I'm still killing NL100 for another good 5 weeks.
Run well ;-)