As much as I'd like to believe that I am just a fantastic poker player, I cannot deny that the last month (or two) has been a bit of a sick heater for me.
Since mid February (the low point after the highs of Oct-Nov), I have nearly quintupled the bankroll. Since the end of March, I have more than tripled the bankroll. The last week has been pretty flat though, due to some rollercoasters.
The newly solidified bankroll puts me in a pretty good position to play up to 5/10 fairly comfortably. I have done so on Cake, Pacific and Eurolinx (Euros) and been fairly successful at all three. I also took the documented shots at 10/20, which netted a slight positive result despite the sick cooler at the first shot. I don't think I can stomach the swings of 10/20 Euros HU just yet. But I will probably continue to look at the 10/20 6max games when it runs and jump in when it looks tasty.
The month began with a bankroll of $5133, from which I took dividends of approximately $310. The month has finished with a bankroll of $7910, which is a net profit of $3123 (and another new record). This win comprised approximately $460 in rakeback, $350 in rake races, $110 of the RedStar signup bonus, a $300 tournament prize (4th $5 R&A). The remainder of nearly $1900 was made up of cash table wins at mainly 3/6 and 5/10. I'll take a pretty sizable dividend out of that and take my wife out for a really nice night out.
Holdem manager is due to add the ability to import Cake HHs very soon. I am looking forward to this, as I'd really like to be able to track my progress on RedStar. Once I have that, I will post some hand stats for the last couple of months.
I also have every intention of going back to playing some NL. The thing is the fish at FL have been everywhere recently, and at quite high stakes. Also I have been rake racing (which is way faster at the FL limits I play compared to 50 or 100NL).