It's true that I don't put in as much volume as most players. Which brings up another interesting point. Some coaches like to list their lifetime earnings in the title of their thread, but I don't see how that relates at all to coaching ability.
Would you rather hire a $500k lifetime winner who beats the game at 3bb/100, grinding 100k hands a month? Or would you rather hire a $500k lifetime winner who beats the game at 10bb/100, grinding 25k hands a month, about 20 hours a week?
Which one do you think is better at poker? Which one is going to be able to help you more with your game?
Anyways, I didn't make 10/20 NL my main game until April 2010, but here are my 2010 stats for that limit: