last night I had a terrible session first playing 2/1, then 5/2, then back to 2/1 @Grand
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However, to give you a taste what was going down last night... the first hand I opened/played was (blinds 2/1)
9♥-8♥ from the BB vs the the struddle (loose asian fish) to 24 which he called
The hand of his choice was Q♦-5♠
Kept going on and on and without any doubt I had one or two spots I just played bad while still having an edge over my opponents at both stakes...
The thing is... I dropped like 1k9 last night and I consider this as a serious loss for those 150bbs capped tables.
What do you do when you face such a loosing session and how do you approach it?
What is your perspective to cap losses, how many buy-ins do you have on you when you go play?
Like to hear your opinions.
After revision with a very close friend of mine, a mid/high-stakes regular and probably better player than me we came to the conclusion that the hand was played suboptimal. Suited connectors with such shallow effective stacks are no optimal candidate to open vs. a struddle. Further hero should have just shoved OTF as we can't generate any additional fold-equity.