I played 70,034 hands of poker in 71.5 hours.
I won $23,476.
I paid $7,572 in rake.
I played 979.5 hands per hour.
I played 348 table sessions.
My longest single table session was 818 hands. That was a 7.5 hour session Sunday. I should have left that one out, because it cost me $5,550.
I paid $100,804 in blinds.
I made a total of 421 cold calls preflop (calls where I had not previously put money in the pot. A call from the blinds is not a cold call). This is about 0.6% of my hands. Over half of that was from the button.
I was dealt pocket aces 331 times, and I won $114 with it on average. I won $78/hand with kings, $24/hand with AKs and only $11.6/hand with queens.
I had quads every day. 19 times total.
I did not have a single straight flush.
I raised preflop 17.76% of my hands, and voluntarily put money in the pot 19.94%. My total aggression factor was 5.39.
I 3-bet preflop 8.35% of the times I had the opportunity.
I hit the bottom of a 30 buy-in downswing (middle of Tuesday), which started earlier in the month.
I had two $19k downswings, and I am still at the bottom of the last one.
I played three different buy-in levels:
If you have any burning questions concerning the numbers from last week, now would be a good time to post them, since I am already up to my elbows in number grease.