I think I have resigned myself to the fact that the only way I will ever be a consistent online winner is by grinding away at low limit hold’em and sit and go’s. Sure, I could dedicate myself to better learning the wildly popular no limit game, but for what? So I can watch half my bankroll disappear with one bad beat? Wait, no – if I practice good bankroll management I would never have that much of my BR at risk at any one time. Still, I constantly read about players who I believe are experts at the NL games, but still can’t seem to consistently win. In fact, I’m not sure I know of anyone who is a consistent long term winning NL player. I’m sure they’re out there, but they are few and far between. My August experiment might have been to short lived, but after investing donating almost $600 in the NL game, I decided to throw in the proverbial towel. It’s just not worth it to me.
So for most of September, I frequented my old haunts – the Full Tilt $2/$4 limit games. Yes, it’s a boring grind, but at least it’s a modestly profitable grind. I am posting mostly winning sessions playing 2-3 tables for about 3 hours a day.
And finally for October I am almost soley playing multi-table sit&go's. Boring also, but profitable so far.
Yes, I'm following the Absolute Poker debacle. What they need now, in addition to the indepedent audit, is to hire a good PR firm. their reputation might be salvageable if they would stop making bullshit press releases, which show ignorance and border on flat out lying.
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