I go through different variations of NL like anything at the moment.
I have played MTT's for most of my poker life but due to time restraints changed to DYM's but found that I was not winning a high enough % to make it worthwhile.
I then tried STT and went from Superhot - Supertilt - Supertit to almost Supertramp as it almost killed me off.
I am now mainly playing cash at 10c/25c and have got it back to $250 on Full Tilt.
I think I have going to stick with this until I either get to a roll that I can go up to 25c/50c or just bumble on at the same level. (How much does my roll need to be to play at that level??) I am possibly already playing over roll but don't really want to go any lower.
Will probably stick to this and use my WillHill balance for the MTT's and see how I get on.
£40ish up for the month so far is a better feeling than being down and something to build on.
The cat has even started venturing back into the living room so it must sense my peace from within (either that or its that fookin cold that it thinks "Fook it I'll take my chances, It's warmer than the shed!!).
Anyways a quick questions for the likes of UKGatsby, CalloftheWildcat, Helraisier and any other small stakes personage.
Do you fella's invest in poker training/ poker tracking tools??
I appreciate that if you are going to take the game seriously then it may be invaluable but is it really necessary for the level at which I play?
I read the odd book and subscribe to a couple of mags, Poker Player and Inside Poker as these seem useful and have decent freerolls.
On a different note I have just finished watching the final season of The Wire. If you have not seen it or heard of it you can get a Wikipedia overview here but it has to be one of the best tv series of all time imo.
If you decide to download it give it a couple of episodes to get into it as it is a slow burner.
2 Irish couples decide to swap partners for the evening. After 3 hours of fantastic sex Paddy says "I wonder how the girls are getting on?".
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