Howdy all. I'm back from a wonderful honeymoon. Fantastic wedding (full Catholic wedding + an energetic, engaging, and charismatic priest = much better ceremony than most of our guests expected).
I'm trying to get caught up on the blogosphere. 840+ new posts per Google Reader to go through. This may take me a while.
But I did want to go over a concept I've done a terrible job of focusing on and it has most likely hampered my winrate more than I ever expected. Table selection.
This will be my focus for the month of September. I will be looking for tables that are filled with decent stack sizes around the 3/4th to full BI stacks with high VPIP rates. I should be able to spot at least two bad players within the first few orbits. If those players do not exist, I will practice a concept I haven't before. Table de-selection. If said fish are busted and leave, I will wait a few orbits to see how their replacements play. If the table gets tougher, I will leave. There must be at least 2 bad players on every table from now on. No point in fighting a hard fight when there is an easy one.
More later. Work beckons.