I realized after struggling for almost a year that my postflop thinking was fundamentally flawed, maybe it worked against some really shitty players but it will not work against solid opponents. Thus i had to pretty much start over but after some initial losses i managed to win 48 euro in a 5+0.5 euro tournament (got free ticket).
I might spend some time develop exploitive stragegies, finding out how to make the most from bad players.
Pokerstars is next, i get 30$ if i deposit 20$.
Feb. 10, 2019 | 10:43 p.m.
When i did look at my hand history once i discovered i had accidentally folded the nuts while playing at 2 tables. I suspect a big chunk of my losses is explained by lack of focus from my part, not paying attention to my opponents or even my own holdings.
You can always improve your understanding of your game but if your issue is elsewhere that might not be enough.
Feb. 10, 2019 | 8:45 p.m.
It might be that i ran below ev, hard to tell.
Feb. 9, 2019 | 11:38 a.m.
I almost always play at the lowest stakes at each site (on unibet it's NL4, 1% rake).
Had a shot at NL10 once and it went well due to playing against a fish (+11$) and not being unlucky with the cards.
Most of my profit comes from a site "paf" aimed at recreational players, was lucky once in a 5$ tournament (got free ticket) and won (all other players that didn't bust early sucked).
My mistake was probably focusing too much in trying to play close to GTO instead of looking for ways to exploit weaknesses my opponents had. I have not engaged in any bumhunting and i never used a hud (banned on sites with low rake).
Feb. 9, 2019 | 10:47 a.m.
I just applied for the streamR program.
But i cannot play yet i guess since i live in sweden.
Feb. 8, 2019 | 11:43 p.m.
well except for the fact that i am +184$ due to freerolls and bonuses, the issue is that my winrate after rake has been negative overall.
-not being able to maintain focus.
-not being good at playing at more than one table.
I like the fastfold format but it's not available on the 2 sites that has low rake at microstakes.