Cake Results so far..
Things are back on track more or less. Basically I am still plugging away at .02-.04 NLHE. I have changed my game play a bit though. I basically pot bet any playable hand preflop, and cbet 90% of the time for the pot. I take down most pots this way, and then when I actually hit, people tend to just call me down anyway. I think the play is overall very passive at these levels, with very few raisers, but no shortage of action in the form of "call, call, I call."
I have noticed one annoying thing. Since there are only six 6-handed tables available, and they are very popular, it's hard to leave one even if you are up. I am supposed to get up once I have doubled up basically. But if I have no other table to go to, I won't. Also, when I lose a buy in(4.00), I just rebuy and stay at the table when I would prefer to start fresh at a new table. No big deal, but deserves a note.
I have also been partaking of an annoying trend. I will buy in, get involved in a big hand early where I either bluff or get beated, and have to rebuy. So if you look at my spreadsheet, you will see a lot of multi buy in sessions, which is annoying because I try to get back to being up again. But by the time I am back to even, I have 8.00 or so on the table, which is more than I should be risking at once. But at the same time, I can't really leave because there aren't other tables to go to usually. I just stay until I feel like my play is being affected by the size of my stack. Risking 2 buy ins on one hand is not what I want to be doing, but at the same time, having a bigger stack at these stakes is sweet. Like everything, pluses and minuses.