So you can go here to see how well I fared during the black out. That apparently used all the like I had for the day. My external hard disk decided to un-format itself. At the moment my music is still safe on my ipod, though it would be a pain if I had to extract the music from there. All the pictures I had stockpiled in the last 3 years are gone as well as all my schoolwork from the last two years. Looking into data rescue options. I'm apparently in the best situation you could be in if you just had a disk become inaccessible. I can still start my computer since the OS is on the unaffected disk. Also nothing has been written to corrupt the data. Updates to follow.
Now for the fun part. I started playing 100nl (6max) in the beginning of February. I started with a pretty good run. But then , the fact that I don't know how to play made itself know. The bellow graph is my play since the start of 100nl. WWWEEEEE!!!!
At about 22 thousand hands I noticed I had just hit a milestone in hand count. Then noticed the big red numbers on the screen. (The sick thing is tanks to bonuses and rakeback, I managed to almost be in the black for that stretch.) Based on this I went and stopped by 2+2 and begged for comments (link).
As you might notice, I'm doing well since then. I'm not gonna say all of that is me playing well, but I did pick up a lot from my 20k Checkup. There was a lot of hands that I wasn't raising nearly enough pre-flop. I wasn't paying enough attention to when I was continuing on the flop. I was continuing A LOT. All this comes together to mean I get myself in a lot of tough spots with weak holdings. Getting called when I'm behind and not getting called with my strong hands.
I'm a little hesitant to start seriously looking at playing 200nl, but I'm close to the right roll and from what random times I played, I didn't see a lot of difference.
Here's to Poker and Playing Well. Note: not to good luck, to playing well.