I am not sure what type of player I am; I used to play high stakes and was actually making a living out of poker. Looking back, I used to analyze my games a lot more, rail tables to get as many tells as I could get about my opponents and so on.
It all stopped when I made a cash out from my Full Tilt Poker account. A few bad beats was enough to put a dent in my bankroll and suddenly I had to deposit to start earning, but somehow I never got back in the games the way I hoped I would.
I've been playing more live games lately, right here in Monte Carlo. During the EPT this summer, I went with a measly €2,000 I had in my wallet. In four nights, I turned that into almost €50,000. The funniest moment was when I was sitting next to poker pro de Wolfe, without even realizing it. I played my usual game and ended up winning a few pots against him. I wonder, if I knew who I was facing, would I have changed my game? Maybe not, since I had little knowledge of his play.
Right now, I'm planning on some $25/$50 games and hopefully build my roll up to the levels I used to reside to. Time will tell, I guess