Since we are talking about variance here, I just figured I'd post an interesting fact that I have noticed while looking over my last 400,000 hands. Over that stretch of hands, I have played 59,725 hands on Mondays and made $3,832 or about 639 BB(I play 3/6). On Thursdays, I have played 61,072 hands and lost $1,921 or about 320 BB. So, over about a 60,000 hand sample given roughly exactly the same playstyle for me, and opponent conditions, your winrate can vary that incredibly much. That is a difference between 1.07 BB/100 and -0.49 BB/100 over a 60,000 hand sample just from pure simple variance and little to nothing else(I highly doubt the games are much different at all on Thursdays than on Mondays). Kinda has to make you put very little stock in winrates you might have at this game at any given time and make you realize that you have to expect that if you play enough eventually you will lose for a very extended period of time through absolutely no fault of your own play. You've just gotta be able to deal with it and not let it bother you.