I played an hour and a half total over the weekend, although I had the opportunity to put in a bit more time than that. Problem was I just couldn't find enough tables that I deemed profitable enough to be worthwhile.
At one stage I had three running, which quickly dropped back to two, and then a single table before I could even find another worth playing on.
In the end I had to look a bit broader than where i'd normally play. And as luck would have it I spotted one of my known huge fish on a $5/10 table with an empty seat on his left. He runs at around 80/3 .. so is incredibly loose and passive preflop. Basically if he raises first in I let everything go except premium pairs. Funnily enough he then turns super aggro post flop, often raising or checkraising the turn with as little as 3rd pair, or even air. He still manages to go to showdown 50% of the time though - and is somehow managing to be a winning player over 300 hands. He generally donates to me though.
Half an hour later, and i'm up about 35BBs ... so all is not lost for the month.
Still .. it was somewhat disturbing to not be able to find enough tables to play on. Very unusual for a weekend. Hopefully not a sign of things to come.
Edit: Almost forgot - i'm off for a couple weeks, so probably not much poker, and no updates. Be back in June. Good luck all
Current bankroll: $17,100
May time played: 17h30m
May profit/(loss): ($300)