2016 is a wrap. It turns out, I spent less time in casinos last year than usual. This was due largely to moving and also to having a pain-in-the-ass client for much of the year that prevented me from getting away many weekends. It follows that I played less poker than in a typical year too. Less than 150 hours, in fact. My results for the small sample were quite marginal. A $900 down-swing when the MGM National Harbor opened in December did not help.
Next weekend I'll start grinding 2017. My goal is modest: to get back above 200 hours . . .