Some of you may have seen I recently posted something about starting a blog, aiming to help out PLO players stuck at the micros. Transparency is really important to me, and since I reset my database after getting a new computer, I don't really have any sample for the microstakes to show a graph. So, I've decided to do a mini bankroll challenge sort of thing, where I'll play 10z for a while (100k hands or so) to show the way I've been taught to approach PLO works at these stakes. This is the sample I have so far at 10z, since October; 8.1bb/100 EV for those who are interested.
This isn't my main game so volume is naturally poor. Over the next month or so (maybe more depending on what my volume ends up like, I'm gonna try and get it done pretty quick) I'll switch my focus to it. If there's any interest I could maybe do something similar at 25z afterwards. I don't really want to be going any lower than 10z for now.
I'll start writing blog posts in another thread so they don't get cluttered. I'm going to start working on that today, with the first post as "Why studying individual hand histories is often a waste of time".