I experienced it today after a long break. I was never able to describe it to anyone really accurately but this is something along these lines:
The whole room seems to have a new feeling to it- everything im doing whether it be walking or typing seems to intensify and become louder yet the actions are very exaggerated and almost speed up (only perceived this way).
Today in Warsaw the weather was a bit on the rainy, dark side. On my way to school I got a text from a friend of mine who has got an amazing memory of pretty much every single thing that happened in his life. This time, because it is not the first time I got a reminder about some event's anniversary, he texted that exactly 5 years have passed since the first real Texas Holdem tournament was hosted at my highschool. 49 students bought-in, a couple of girls too. He even remembered the winner's final hand ! It was T2 and, unfortunately, it was not my destiny to win that heads-up battle and I took the 2nd place.
Hi everyone. So I checked out this whole zoom thing on PS last week and I must say I like it. Not only can I play more hands per hour but also win more due to a higher percentage of fish/weak regs playing there. I'm still adjusting my game because it doesn't look exactly the same as on regular tables but I would never say it is tougher to beat zoom. I am going to stick to zoom for a while and I may check out its twin brothers on FTP/Ipoker to see if the average skill level is lower and then play there.
NL50 zoom - trial
And to keep this blog a bit balanced when it comes to content I'm posting some pics from my last trip to the US. Thanks for following and see you next week