I don't like to do it and I don't need to get better at it to beat the levels I play
So its extremely contradictory to be willing to improve and move up and not do much of pio
What about times I do lots of pio? (hours daily) not just simming few hands / day which is just maintenance not improvement in reality
Improving , having bigger edges , more comfortable playing higher but getting burned out
Thats the thing , whatever you do there is a price you pay
which means , have to make good deals , amazing deals don't exist
I'm technically too clumsy to get to the top level with doing pio , playing poker etc . and not having the nerves and bankroll / the Super energy anymore which can compromise lack of the previous / interest to be in some group also zero
This all means being capped to mid-stakes (400-1k) just like the other 95% of my peers , can still make decent money but very fun / exciting its not going to be for sure
Bicycled today to a mountain near my place . Will do more often . Beautiful place , people go there to train .
Bicycles back tier was broken but the renter replaced the bike within a day .
Sometimes nice to rent stuff , get help and support with things and pay for it . Instead of thinking to always own .. then try to sell... etc.
I'm not a greedy and small thinking individual. Those are perhaps my strengths in life.
I play zoom high volume . Going good . 4k hands a day , 1-2 days off a week .
China stocks kept going down , bought more.
Crypto as predicted went down.
Will buy to BTC if we see 35k but not too big.
Haven't read many blogs but Big bananas and the latest most promising (LukasHĂ¶sl) ...
Reminds me of the story in the book : chicken soup for the soul , .. describing a guy walking on a beach , picking up snails and throwing them back to water , .. other guy coming and asking - why are you doing this when there is tons of snails dyeing . First guy responds : At least I helped this one snail