Sorry I'm not complaining about bad players. Furthermore I wrote: my "best game" to indicate that it probably isn't so great.
No I'm not complaining about them, I'm mad at myself. That's entirely different. There are different strategies required for different types of players. My problem is I start to think bets and raises mean something at a certain point. Usually they do after the herd thins out considerably. Unfortunately I kick it up a notch(as a guy who I normally can't stand would say) too soon. When I do that, I'm clearly shooting myself in the foot. I know the flaw is in my game, not someone else's.
I'm just saying, I don't consider myself to be good, just solid. Others have told me I'm good but just because they say it doesn't make it true. Ya know? I evaluate myself and see I have a long way to go.
Oh and another problem I have is not trusting my gut. My gut tells
me that if there's trips on the board, someone has that 4th card to make quads no matter what their other card(s) are. And kaboom! It blows up in my face.
Hey I'm working on it.
But thanks for the opinions. I haven't been keeping track of freeroll play since freerolls don't seem to improve my play. I probably should though.