Well I am about 98.4percent of the way done with my third year in a row of getting supernova elite. While this year has been full of highs and lows poker wise, that accomplishment is starting to sink a little, and it feels great. Obv it takes a lot of hours playing a lot of tables to reach SNE, and I am def proud of all of the time I've put in over these last years. However, I've realized this year that just getting SNE isn't enough for me anymore. Yes it's great accomplishment, and I truly have been blessed to be able achieve it each of these past three years. The problem is, while I've made a good amount of money, and logged millions of hands, I really don't think that my game has improved much. When you mass table as much as I have over the last three years, all of your decisions become extremely robotic. Essentially, you are making all of your decisions in a vacuum, as opposed to looking at each hand individually. When I do take the time to properly analyze a hand while laying it, the results are almost always positive. More importantly, even if my decision is not correct, I am always learning something from the situation. This is going to be my biggest poker goal for 2011, is to learn as much as I can about the game. I know that sounds silly coming from someone whos probably logged in the range of 6million+ hands over the last three years, but it really is something that I am going to need to do if i want to keep playing professionally. I am going to make a longer year end update with some goals for next year in it as well.