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The title for this entry shares a name with my favorite salad from Joey’s, a restaurant chain in Vancouver.
Organic quinoa, barely, plenty of raw vegetables, watermelon radish, almonds, mint, avocado.
Salad isn’t exactly photogenic, but trust me — this one is rather tasty. Pro Tip: Add double chicken.
In poker related news, I reached 500 Spins for the month. It’s not a super impressive number, but I’m slowly picking up the pace and getting back into grind mode. Results have been mixed; EV is great and I continue to run far below it. Can’t do much about that, as one grinder said to me, “When you started playing Spins, that’s what you signed up for.”
I still haven’t figured out my exact plan for which stakes to focus on and so far this month, I’ve been playing a mix of $30s, $60s, and $100s. I’m torn. If there are two birds on my shoulder, one (Ego) is telling me to man up and load $100s while the other bird (Nit) longs for calm, low risk coasting in $30s. $60s might be the perfect compromise. It’s all just speculation at this point. What I need to do — and plan to do — is put in decent samples at each limit and “let the chips fall where they may.” The uncertainty concerns me a bit, still trying to find my place in the Spin ecosystem. Seems to be ever-changing. I’ll have a much better idea once I reach my monthly goals, which are as follows:
- 3,500+ Spins
- 1,000 $30s
- 1,000 $60s
- 1,000 $100s