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Played just 1 tourny for BAS today.  Missus wasn't feeling well, so drove to the docs... which meant would mean missing out on the 0600 and 0700 games.

1. Wonder if 40 x 11 tournys for a month is reflective of volume I want to be able to progress through in the 11 buyin games. The 3K and 6K games I've have had reasonable success, and would increase my volume.

2. Á playing day could be too long.  6K game finishes around 3-4am for me, so I can't play at 0600 or 0700.

3. Need to plan maybe 2 days worth of analysis at 11 buyin vs micros.  Before start of March anyway.  Good tip from Dave.

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