Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Looks Like We Made It! (August Review)

Whew. Again I managed to save my SNE status for one last time before it expires at the end of September...and this time I did it with 20 minutes to spare!

It's been the same old story for the last 4 months or so where I begin each month by taking two weeks off and then have to cram 50K VPP's into the latter half of the month. While this strategy has worked out (and the time off is amazing), it's far from ideal from a financial point of view and a balanced lifestyle perspective. In terms of maximizing profit, playing all of my volume in the last 2 weeks definitely hurts my bottom line. Most importantly, it's near impossible to stay on top of your A game when you're playing so much and when you're forced to play even when you're tired/don't feel like it etc. It's tough to stay focused and as I first experienced last December (when I was cramming hard to get SNE) and again at the end of last month, my play got sloppy and spewy. Sometimes it's hard to determine when you're playing bad or just running bad but especially this month I could tell that I was being abnormally spewy, although I was trying a few new experimental things in my game as well. Secondly, I think that last minute cramming has also hurt my bottom line simply because I've had to play in the games during the worst of times. I would normally not even bother playing when the games are bone dry but obviously that's not really an option when you need to make VPP quotas. From a balanced lifestyle point of view, 2 weeks on 2 weeks off also seems like a fail. The time off is great and I spent most of my time outdoors at the beach and at the gym but when it comes time to get up and play poker/rinse repeat...things aren't as wonderful.

Thankfully, I think that I will finally be able to break my habit in September. As I've blogged about before, I'm planning on playing 13 WCOOP events next month and I think that if I revolve my cash game hours around the tournament schedule I should have no choice but to avoid the last minute grind. I certainly have no desire to fire up a MTT and one-table for 6-8 hours or until busto...I'll almost definitely be playing 16-24 decent mid-stakes cash tables at the same time. First tournament(s) is on Sept.4 so I should get off to an early start of the month!

Anyways, before I get too far ahead of myself let's talk about August. The 107K hands that I played over the last couple of weeks were anything but consistent. After being down money over the first 40K hands I finally caught a mini heater and my profit shot up over the next 40K hands. After that, I gave a little bit back and stayed pretty much constant until the end of the month. Here's the graph:


$5,050.55 Table Winnings
$4,000.00 Cash Bonus

$9,050.55 USD

So I fell a little short of a 5-figure month but especially after the way August started (combined with the fact that I didn't hit a milestone this month) I can't be too disappointed. I feel like I played alright for most of the month-before spewing a bit at the end-but for the most part just let variance take me for a ride. I didn't feel that much control at the tables but hey, it's hard to feel invincible while playing poker.

Looking ahead to September, the one big thing on my plate right now is finding a new place to live! I had the chance to view a potential beauty today but with my poker schedule I just didn't have the time. I'm pretty confident that my buddy and I will find a place in a hurry now that we're both going to be way less busy for a little bit...for me, the sooner the better. It's been fine living at home, don't get me wrong-there are several perks. It's nice to be around my friends that are still in the area as well as my's also nice to have better meals and cheaper rent :) However, school season is almost upon us and even though I'm not technically a student, I can justify creeping the campus bar based on the fact that a few of my good friends are still in classes. If and when I meet someone there, I will not be that guy who still lives with his parents!

I got a random text yesterday from a girl that was away for the summer but is now back in town. I can't remember exactly when we met but it was sometime earlier this year and it was fun hanging out but I think that I spent most of my time trying to convince her that I wasn't a douche after she read my blog or something. You know what, that's all I'm going to write about this in case she still reads it, lol.

I also got a random facebook add from a girl that I did not recognize based on her tiny ass profile pic (f u facebook privacy settings!) but from what I could tell she looked hot. I figured that she just added the wrong guy but thought why not and sent her a message when I was pretty drunk saying "Hooooows it goin? Don't think I know you?" Her response was "hey sorry i dont get on facebook much. we met downtown oo its been a while now. you gave me your facebook to add you. unless i have the wrong guy :p woops. hope not :( sorry
.." As soon as I read that flashbacks started filling my brain about what she was talking about...still can't be 100% certain she's got the right guy but now that I think about it I'm pretty sure that I remember where we were that night and saying that to her...and even if I'm not, I'm pretty good at pretending. Will keep you posted on developments.

Well, that's about it. I'm going to try and wake up at 7:30am tomorrow (1 time!) and hit the gym because I've got a busy day of house hunting ahead of me and I think I'm doing the Grouse Grind at some point. Hope you all had a good month, take it easy.

gl at the tables!

Sunday, August 28, 2011

Stayin' In On Saturday

I know that the games are usually going to be the best on Friday and Saturday night but I rarely get the opportunity to play poker during these times because I'm usually out and about with the peeps. This Saturday, however, I had no choice but to stay at home and play poker if I wanted any chance of retaining SNE for one last month. As it just so happened, most of my friends were out of town anyways so I didn't feel as though I was missing out on anything. I also got my fix of drinking and socializing on Friday, so that helped.

This month has been pretty lame, as I was saying in my last post...before my session today I was up a fairly meaninless/valnurable $700. Obviously breaking even is always going to be profitable with SNE rakeback but without any milestone bonuses in August a $4k month is definitely something of a disappointment. Fortunately, I was rewarded for putting in the hours today both in terms of VPP's earned and money won and hopefully I can continue my uptick over the next few days.

I ended up putting in more volume than I planned today...I was hoping to earn 4k VPP's but cranked out 5.5K. I have no problem putting in the hours when I'm losing but today was very unusual because I was a pretty big winner in both of my sessions today yet still wanted to keep grinding. The games just looked too good to pass on I guess...also in the back of my mind I know that whatever extra hours I put in now means less work in the coming days. Hopefully I can log some solid hours tomorrow as well so I can avoid the variance of playing the CAP tables on the last day of the month (because in all likelyhood it will come to that)!

My two sessions today felt very opposite to one another despite booking 4-figure scores in both parts. In the first session, I felt very comfortable and the most in control that I've felt all month. There were almost no good 400nl/600nl tables running so I was playing nearly 100% 200nl and the session was very pure...for the most part hands always held when I was ahead and I didn't suck out when I was behind. I got my money in good more than bad and came out ahead about $1k.

The second session was much different. The games were looking much more juicy and there were way more higher mid-stakes tables running so I decided to embrace the variance a little bit and found myself running about 30% of my tables at 400nl/600nl. The action was pretty crazy and after some key holds and favourable setups I booked a session to the tune of $2.2k, bringing my daily total over $3k.

This is how my month looks so far:

It's been pretty wild and I'm still a bit below EV but at least I have a bit of a cushion at the moment in terms of profit. Who knows how long that will last but if I can keep the momentum going over the next few days I can definitely salvage the month. I'm currently sitting on 30.5K VPP's so I have a heavy workload ahead of me and anything can happen!

I figured I'd post a somewhat interesting hand from my session today that got me thinking after the fact. I think that I played it really well/somewhat standardly for the most part but made a pretty clear mistake on the river. Here's the hand:

CO= A reg that I wasn't too familiar with, saw him at some 6max tables but no reads
BB= huge calling station whale

No-Limit Hold'em, $6.00 BB (6 handed)
Button ($393.70)
SB ($648)
BB ($709.65)
UTG ($626.70)
Hero (MP) ($600)
CO ($600)

Preflop: Hero is MP with 7, 7
1 fold, Hero bets $12, CO calls $12, 2 folds, BB calls $6

Flop: ($39) 7, Q, 8 (3 players)
BB checks, Hero bets $30, CO calls $30, BB calls $30

Turn: ($129) A (3 players)
BB checks, Hero bets $90, CO calls $90, BB calls $90

River: ($399) 8 (3 players)
BB checks, Hero checks, CO bets $198, 1 fold, Hero calls $198

Total pot: $795

Hero had 7, 7 (full house, sevens over eights).
CO had Q, A (two pair, Aces and Queens).
Outcome: Hero won $792

The flop and turn are obviously standard-need to bet for value and protection from draws. By the river, the fish could certainly have a wide range of junk that he's hanging on with from anything from ace rag to a busted flush draw...I'm almost never going to be behind him at this point.

I'm much more concerned about the range of the regular. In the moment (as I was flying through my 24 tables and didn't really pause to think too hard about the spot) I remember thinking that he probably has AQ but may also have 88,QQ or a busted flush/combo draw (something like 9Tcc or JTcc). I think that most people will bet here and hope to get called by AQ because that's about all that will call you (and that will even fold some of the time since the call is basically to chop) but I was and still am very happy for my decision to check. By checking, obviously you're inducing a bluff from a busted draw (though it's much less likely that this will happen from a capable reg while the calling station is still in the pot) but you're also inducing a bet from AQ to get the hero off of the exact same hand. I also snap-checked, which may or may not have factored into his decision to bet since I was trying to rep AQ myself this way. Anyways, I'm not happy with my decision to call his river bet and after thinking about it I think that it's a pretty clear shove. As I said, at the time I thought that he might have 88/QQ/AA and also wasn't sure if he'd call a check-shove with AQ anyways (he had about $200 behind and $400 in) so I just called. After thinking about it, I think that most players are going to be raising that draw-heavy flop with a set almost always (even with the fish in the pot) and even though he may in fact have a hand that beats us a small percentage of the time when he slowplays a set, I think that it is usually going to be profitable to ship the last $200 and hope that he thinks that he's priced in to call with AQ to chop it up. Nits gunna nit I guess.

All right, well I think that I'm going to try and satty into the million tomorrow since I'll be playing a bunch anyways. Hopefully I can book another solid session tomorrow, we'll see what's in store either way!

gl at the tables!

Monday, August 22, 2011

A Bit Of Everything

What's up guys? I haven't been blogging a whole lot this month due to spending less time in front of the computer in general. On the poker front, I've only completed about 1/5 of my target volume for the month (about 10K VPP's so far) and things have gone quite badly. I basically got off to a terrible start on day 1 and then booked a series of extremely small wins over the next few days to cut my "downswing" in half (down only about 4 buy-ins at 200nl). Just some pretty standard runbad variance, although playing a bit rusty certainly can't be helping matters. There is going to be a lot of poker ahead of me over the next 10 days so hopefully things will start to go my way.

I also did manage to play the Supernova Quarterly freeroll yesterday but busted well before the money. I was excited to play the event considering that I had a deep run in the last one cashing for almost $3k. Unfortunately, things were not to go as well this time after I shoved my 10-15bb stack from the SB with A8o and got snapped called by 97s in the BB for 2/3rds of his stack lol and he made a flush.

It's been kind of a meh month...I don't really know how to describe it but it's like I've done quite a bit of stuff but I feel as though I haven't really accomplished anything. I guess that only makes sense though, considering that I've hardly worked at all and my number one goal of finding a place to live by September 1 has not been accomplished yet. It's been tough to house hunt because my potential roommate has had a crazy schedule this month and has been out of the country for most of it. Hopefully we can get lucky and time a good find during the last week of August...otherwise I'll be stuck at home a bit longer than expected-not the end of the world.

One cool thing that I did last week was go out to a photographer's in-home studio for a photo shoot for PokerStars. They wanted some pictures of me to use for the website and for upcoming promotions so I drove out there never having done anything like this before and didn't really know what to expect. The photographer was a really nice and laid back guy so we were pretty much on the same page during the whole process and cranked out several hundred pictures in a couple of hours...I've been told that I'll be able to see the pics so I'll post some of them when I get them. One of the reasons that I was most excited about joining Team Online was to get the opportunity to do some out of the box things like this so hopefully I'll get to do some more cool stuff in the future.

Another fun thing that I've done this month was a fishing trip to Tofino with my dad and grandad. This was the 2nd annual fishing trip for the three of us and we were fortunate enough to once again bring home enough fish to last us the rest of the year! Of course it helped that we had a guide and didn't really have to do anything with regards to finding the fish lol...a few pics:

Even though I've been stuck in the suburbs this month I've still spent a huge portion of my time in the city. The summer weather finally revealed itself to Vancouver and I've tried to take advantage of it by going to the beach as much as possible during the day. It's great to have some friends that have places where the action's at, especially for going out at night. Hanging out at night in the suburbs with some of my closest friends is always a good time but without the randomness of meeting new people you pretty much know what to expect. Having no ladies no hit on usually means the night will end something like this, lol...

I actually wanted no part in burying my good friend and financial manager JP with whatever we could find while he was passed out until I found the feather duster just lying there and couldn't's too bad we don't have the pic of him erupting out of the pile of household things.

Going back to the topic of ladies, it's been a long time now since I've blogged about any random hookups. The truth is that I haven't been with anyone since the end May and have been a little turned off by the idea of one-night stands all summer. I wouldn't say that it's because I'm more mature because I still think that random hookups can definitely be fun but maybe it's more of a "been there done that" situation for me. Unless I'm really into the girl, taking home some questionable bird that I won't ever want to see again now seems a bit boring and not worth my time. Also, I've done some pretty reckless shit in the past and don't really want to keep testing my luck with Vancouver's sluttiest.

My ethics were tested 3-4 days ago when I received a text message at 1:30am on Friday morning from a girl that I've slept with a couple of times telling me that she was at a club and misses me. She was obviously hammered and maybe horny but I was proud of myself for not responding.

I spent most of June and part of July putting in a lot of effort with a girl that is about as far away from the club scene as you can get. She was pretty cute and I put in as much effort as I ever have (which is admittedly not a lot) trying to pursue a relationship but things didn't work out. We went on a couple of dates but the majority of our interaction was spent over the phone. I don't know, she seemed pretty shy and would text me 40 times a day and then make up some excuse to not get together on the weekends. Like, if you don't want to see me, fine-I can take the rejection...just don't call me up on Monday and act as everything's golden. Eventually I just gave up and stopped the texting...oh well, can't say I didn't try.

Anyways, it looks like the weather is going to be pretty bad in Vancouver this week so it should be easier to grind out some heavy hours at the poker tables. Hope you're all having a good summer!

gl at the tables!

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

World Championship Of Online Poker 2011

With less than a month before the start of the WCOOP 2011, I got to work today and built my ideal schedule for the series. Assuming that I can trade in my WCOOP Main Event $5,200 ticket that I earned last year for obtaining SNE, I will have $7,030 worth of buy-ins to work with for this year's WCOOP (I had just over $1800 of leftover SCOOP buy-ins to cash in as well).

After printing off and taping together an awkward looking schedule, I pulled out a pen and started circling the events that I wanted to play for sure. My approach was pretty simple...I wanted to diversify as much as possible but I also wanted to play in a lot of events that would normally be outside of my comfort zone in terms of buy-in amount (ie. play in events higher than $215 but stay away from non-NLHE games entirely). Don't get me wrong, I'm still signing up for a bunch of $215 events because they're going to be great value and still have a huge prize pool at the final table. With that in mind, I am planning on playing the following:

WCOOP-01: $215 6-max
WCOOP-03: $215 NLHE
WCOOP-06: $215+R Turbo
WCOOP-09: $1050 NLHE
WCOOP-21: $215 NLHE
WCOOP-22: $530 NLHE
WCOOP-28: $1050 NLHE
WCOOP-40: $215 NLHE
WCOOP-42: $1050 NLHE
WCOOP-44: $320 NLHE 2X
WCOOP-48: $1050 NLHE
WCOOP-52: $320 NLHE
WCOOP-61: $215 NLHE
Total Buy-Ins = $7060 (Assuming $615 for the $200R and only 1 bullet in the $320 2X)

So I managed to make a schedule that fit my budget almost perfectly and I'm really happy with it and super excited to play in all 13 events. I'm mostly excited to be able to play in the $1k's as I'm too much of a nit at heart to ever register for anything higher than a $215 FO on my own dime. When I first started building a bankroll from nothing back in 2007ish, I told myself that one day I would have a big enough bankroll to play the Sunday Million every week if I wanted to. I used to watch the players in the Sunday Majors and especially the Super Tuesday and say to myself "how could anyone ever spend $1,000 on a poker tournament?!" Obviously the same question could be asked about cash game players and now that I've been playing full-time for 1.5 years I definitely understand the mental attitude that goes into playing high buy-in tournaments and cash games. When I play poker now, I still always hate to lose but it's much easier to shake it off knowing that you've really just lost someone else's money...assuming you're a winning player of course. That said, for me it's important to try and find as much consistency as I can each month and that is why I don't like to mix cash games and tournaments even though my bankroll could take probably take it so long as I worked on my tournament game during downswings. I've always wanted to participate in the WCOOP though and once again Supernova Elite has provided me with yet another great fun and hopefully profitable opportunity to do so.

It really was as if this WCOOP schedule was made for me considering that all of the events that I really want to play never land on a Wednesday, Friday, or Saturday lol! My September is pretty much going to be 2-3 days of partying, maybe 1-2 days off/cash games and the rest WCOOP...Can't wait.

I don't have any expectations for the WCOOP as I feel like I'm freerolling the entire thing anyways. I will consider cashing for $7K+ a success, cashing for $2-4K satisfactory, cashing for $1-2K a fail and anything less an epic fail. However, it's not that tough to brick 13 tournaments in a row so we'll see what happens.

In other news, my house-hunt for a new place in September still continues. I've been looking on a daily basis but nothing amazing has been coming up and I'm still remaining quite picky at this point. I've yet to log any hours on PokerStars in August, as anticipated, and will likely get back on the virtual felt early next week. I'm leaving on a fishing trip tomorrow for the weekend with my dad and granddad for some quality time so hopefully the weather will continue to cooperate and we'll catch some dinner.

Anyone else planning on playing any WCOOP events or satellites?

gl at the tables.

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Move Along (July Review)

Another successful month is now in the books despite a poor finish to July. Once again, I managed to cram a typical month's worth of work into two weeks after taking time off during the first half of July to relax and address some long put-off chores (car tune-up, vaca up to Penticton).

After returning from Penticton, I tried to stick to a well thought out plan of earning 4K VPP's per day in order to hit the 50K goal by the end of the month. I kind of surprised myself for a while with how diligent I was being with regards to executing my plan but during the last weekend of July things got pretty sloppy. I decided to go out Friday night, which meant that I had to play hungover as balls on Saturday. That led to a shorter session than I had originally planned and less than stellar play, although I still turned a profit because the games were quite good. I went out that Saturday night as well, which meant more of the same on Sunday. I left myself needing 6.5K VPP's on Sunday and after ending the first half of the grind at 2:30pm (having started at 10:30am) I still needed to earn 4K to hit 50K. Needing a half hour break for food, I realized that it would be mathematically impossible to reach my goal by playing 24 tables of full-ring (unless I played like all 600nl). I thought that it wouldn't be worth enduring a potential downswing of a few thousand dollars just to retain a SNE status that expires at the end of September anyways so my other option seemed to be 6-max CAP tables. With that in mind, I loaded up 24 200nl 6-max CAP tables having never played them before in my life. Considering I had no real idea what I was doing, I think that I did alright. Most of the CAP "professionals" seem to be previous losing full-ring players anyways so the competition was pretty soft. That said, the variance while playing those tables is absurd as you're all-in wayyy more than my liking and have to leave more up to luck. I played the CAP tables for 4 hours and averaged more than 2K hands per hour and managed to earn about 1K VPP's per hour as well. After the third hour I was up about 12 buy-ins but over the last hour I somehow seemed to lose every all-in that I played and finished down 2 buy-ins lol. The VPP's are great, but I don't think that I'd ever play the CAP tables for a living. I'm glad that I was kind of forced into trying them at least though because now I've discovered somewhat of an "emergency" tool for bailing myself out of my VPP deficit at the end of the month.

I ran quite good for most of the month but a few awful days near the end took away the potential for a great month. That said, I'll never be too disappointed with a 5-figure month.


$6,767.47 Table Winnings
$4,000.00 Cash Bonus
$2,800.00 300K Milestone Bonus

$13,567.47 USD

So I just finished moving out of my old condo and back into my parent's house for the month. It's been about 3-4 years since I last lived at home lol but with my brother back as well (after his visa expired in London) my parents have a full nest once again. I made arrangements with my parents in July to let me live at home for a month while I searched for another place. Basically what had happened was that my 1-year lease on my condo was coming to an end and while I didn't want to renew the lease, I knew that I wouldn't have the time or effort to find a new place before August since I had to play so many hours of poker so this seemed like a sensible idea. I think that this month will fly by pretty fast considering that I'm planning on going away on a few trips that will probably total 10 days anyways but I'll be doing my best to secure my own place by September 1st. Thankfully, I still have a few different couches to crash on if I want to make the journey downtown on the weekends as well. I'm currently searching for a new place to live with my good friend Mark, who I'm definitely looking forward to living with since we're both pretty laid back and like to have a good time.

The move itself was a pretty big nightmare. I didn't have time to pack anything until I finished all of the poker stuff and that didn't happen until about 8pm on Sunday. I had to have everything out of the place by noon on Monday so I started to pack up some things on Sunday night but that didn't go very far because I didn't have more than 2 garbage bags to throw my stuff into. I went to bed at 2am and after getting close to no sleep I was up by 7:30am and immediately off to the grocery store to pick up more garbage bags to pack with, along with some breakfast. Things went pretty smoothly over the next couple of hours and I managed to pack everything up and clean my room in an efficient manner. The biggest issue was that I had no easy way of transporting my mattress and box spring to a Public Storage location a few blocks away. My roommate was far more organized than I was for the move and since he was also moving far more large items he had hired some movers to do the moving for him. I asked his movers if they would move my stuff when they were done with his but they said that they'd have to call their boss and it would be a 3-hour minimum charge at $95 an hour. I asked them if they would just do a cash job for me off the record and they said that their boss had put a GPS tracker in the truck and they would get in shit for doing that. Since I only wanted to move my stuff literally 10 minutes down the road I didn't want to shell out 300 bones. My alternate plan was to drive 40 minutes to pick up my aunts pick-up truck and then drive another 40 minutes back to my condo. This is what I ultimately ended up doing and after meeting with my mom we drove both vehicles back to my place. My friend Ben also agreed to help me move out so with three of us things started to move pretty quickly.

Unfortunately, I hit a pretty big bump in the road after taking down only the first load of stuff. Before leaving my unit, I felt my back pocket to see if my keys were there. I felt the beeper that's attached to my room key so I assumed that it was all good. As it turns out, once we were were down 23 floors to the lobby what I had felt was actually the beeper for my aunt's truck and I had left my keys in my Condo on the counter. The door to my unit wasn't even locked but as with most newer buildings you can't even access the floor without someone buzzing you up. Normally this wouldn't be that big of deal because I could just phone my roommate but he had already left with the movers and had also forfeited his keys to our counter. I called the building manager and knocked on the office door but because it was a holiday he wasn't even around. I called to leave a message and was directed to an emergency number...I called that number and was directed to another emergency number...I called that number and spoke to a lady that told me that she couldn't do anything to help me, lol. It was about 11:45am and my landlord was coming to do an inspection at noon so I called him up and told him the situation and hoped that he at least had keys to our place. Somehow he didn't even have a copy so the only solution that I was left with was to ask random people coming in and out of the building if they lived on the 23rd floor (or knew anybody that did). There wasn't very many people coming in and out and those that did were of little to no help. I decided that I would just start buzzing random people until I spoke to someone on the 23rd floor that would let me in. Of course the buzzer system was set up in a way where the buzzer number had no correlation to what floor that person lived on. After buzzing 15-30 people (half of which didn't answer, 1/4 of people could barely speak a word of English and the other 1/4 simply could not help) I finally hit the jackpot with a young Asian sounding man that said he was on the 23rd floor. The conversation went like this:

"Hey man, is there any chance you live on the 23rd floor?"
"Wow really? Do you think you could buzz me up to the floor I'm moving out today and managed to lock myself out of my floor."
"Uhh which unit are you in?"
"I think it's get out of the elevator, take a right, another right, then it's the last one on the left."

He hangs up.

I call him back.

"Hey man, did I just talk to you?"
"Can you buzz me to the floor..."
"Yeah fine."


I don't blame him for thinking that I was some kind of scam but at least he came around and let me in. After that things went pretty smoothly...we loaded up all of my stuff into the 3 vehicles, did some questionable rope job with the mattresses in the pick-up, drove to Public Storage and dropped off all of my things that I didn't need to bring home and then went out for lunch. Of course once I got home I realized that I left some stuff in storage that I actually needed (like my keyboard to my computer and ALL of my boxers and socks lol). I drove back out there yesterday and picked up the stuff along with a wireless USB card for my desktop. I settled in rather quickly and am now back in business.

I'm not exactly sure when I'm going to start up poker for August. I'm thinking probably sometime next week but my main priority will be finding a new place to live in September. I don't really have high expectations for August anyways since I won't be hitting any milestone bonuses and will be lucky to hit 50K VPP's with all of the distractions going on in my life right now. Aside from finding a new place there are a few other things that I need to take care of so we'll see what happens when it's all said and done.

I also got word that the "I am frosty012" video should be coming out in a couple of weeks, so it will be very cool to see how that turned out.

Anyways, hope you all are having a good summer and are keeping busy.

gl at the tables!