60 Days $60000 Day 11

Challenge: 60 Days $60000

On the 11th day I played 2 hyper turbos of $430 each, that had three registered players and I couldn't resist... (it  is in my bankroll anyway). Unfortunately, I lost at both. I also played some $220s when the games where more accessible, but I didn't succeed in making profit out of them.

At some point I remembered a conversation that I once had during a Magic: the Gathering tournament. The conversation was with former world champion Katsuhiro Mori, who asked me why I was playing with such a basic deck when I could be playing with something more complex where I would have a bigger edge. What is the relation with poker? The past days I had been playing in an automatic way, without thinking much about the plays, only following my strategy pattern. The problem with this, was that I didn't attack the individual weaknesses of each player and that reflected on the results. When I realized that, I started thinking a bit more about each play and the results improved.

I finished the day a bit up and I was $15k positive at the end of 11 days of the challenge, so I was not going to worry much about the following four days since I was on pace. The following day I wasn't going to play much since I didn't expect to find many hyper-turbos running.

I changed the graphic of holdem manager to "By Day", so that it will be easier to read.

Graphic of the challenge:



Blue Line: Total
Green Line: Results pre-Rakeback

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