Decided to play 12 tables of 9 max this month at 25nl with some 6 max thrown in and between 6-8 tables at 50nl 6max and between 4-6 tables at 100nl 6 max with only 1 table of 200nl 9max .
25nl, 25,000 hands/32.47hours = +$448.30 + $120.86rb = +$568.68 running at 7.17 bb/100
50nl 4,884 hands/10.04 hours = +$256.44 + $37.49rb = +$293.93 running at 10.50 bb/100
100nl 2,744 hands/11.59 hours = -$213.17 + $33.54rb = -$179.63 running at -7.77 bb/100
200nl 111 hands/2.23hours = +$276.15 + $2.17rb = +$278.32 running at 124.39 bb/100
Total Profit = $961.30 = $17.07/hr
Poor volume yet again, but it is always going to be tough around this time of year whilst i'm at Uni.
It may seem strange to some that i have such a contrast in levels but i have recently moved money to Full Tilt to grind playing 12 tables starting at 25nl so that my learning curve for so many tables is still profitable whilst playing more sophisticated thinking poker on the Ipoker network to keep up the learning curve.
Right now that stuff is out the way, life outside of poker has been good (apart from uni work), been hitting the gym hard and life with the gf (of 3 years now) is going great. She just celebrated her birthday so it was nice to get drunk and have a laugh after the strict routine and diet i've been on recently. I'm really considering becoming a personal trainer/poker player when i finish uni and therefore need to be in good shape as no-one wants a fat guy training them! If anyone reading this has any knowledge or advice please give me a shout as i would really appreciate anything you have to offer (for those of you that get this far into my blog lol as i doubt many do!).
Ok well i'm sure that i've bored those of you that have got this far enough, so til next time take care all and good luck at the tables and in life.