Haven't played for the last few days a I've been away for work and I hate being blinded off when the wireless drops out.
Still, not a bad return to the tables
I have tentatively decided that I am only going to play one table until I decide that I'm pretty good at this game. I think I learn so much better by actively thinking about what I have read/watched about poker while I am playing. This helps me to put into practice the concepts I've seen, think about villains range, what range would continue vs a bet of X, whether I am value betting or turning my hand into a bluff, whether I want villain to check, raise or fold, etc. This is probably simple stuff to most of the guys on here, but it's something I have just come to realise lately - it's something that I just can't do at this stage by playing multiple tables, and I think that if I try too hard to play more than one table at this early stage I'll just start auto-piloting and create bad habits that will be harder to break in the future.
It's going to suck for volume and building a bank roll, but I think it will pay off in the future, as once I start multi-tabling I'll have a solid foundation.
Sorry for the text-to-pretty-picture ratio