Planned on putting in a good 1-2 hour session last night, but that got off to a false start when I logged into Bodog, fired up a table, and then the connection to Bodog froze before the big blind even got to me.
Fired up Pacific to see if that was working and had a similar problem even connecting to their servers. Very rare for the internet to give me any problems, and for some reason google was still working 100% fine.
So, know that it's an incredibly bad move to try to play with even a slightly dodgey connection, I moved over to the Wii for some grand slam tennis action for half an hour or so. Must admit its a great game, and once i've won the grand slam on medium difficulty I think i'll give it a go on hard.
After half an hour or so I jumped back onto the tables, and found that my connection was back to 100%, so quickly opened a few more at the $1/2 to $3/6 levels. Couldn't find too many fishy tables, but the one's I did find were great. I had one player on a table who was seeing 90% of flops and 90% of showdowns with an aggression factor of zero. The ultimate calling station, who donated me a good 10 or 20BBs alone.
Not too many interesting hands though, and the session ran quite smoothly, making a couple BBs at $3/6 where I was relatively card dead, a few more at $2/4 where again I hardly saw any hands, and then about 30BBs at $1/2 where a few fish just gave their money away. I did make what I thought were a few thin river value bets that I'd normally not make, but I figured since I was against total fish, even if they did nail me from time to time, i'd win more than I lost. This proved to be a good strategy against the calling stations.
Current bankroll: $19,650
July time played: 16h
July profit/(loss): $1,100