No problem Mojo
Another thing comes to mind, I was playing live tournaments before I started online tournaments. A HUGE differance is the ability to play one tournament after another.
Online I can play 2 tournaments at the same time or more from 1 dollar entry to 1000. If I bust out I can get into another tournament and increase my odds
of winning or cashing just by the sheer number of tournaments I can play in.
Live B&M the most you'll ever play is 2 one in the morning and one at night if you have the constitution to stay alert for both.
Because you can only play 1 or 2 a day assuming you have the time for that many you win ratio will be WAY LOW compared to your online percentages compared to time spent.
Try not to get too discouraged if you don't cash or make a final table in live tournaments right away, I average making the final table maybe 2 out of 10 tries sometimes better sometimes worse, but I continue to get better all the time.
Those fast structures are hard to defeat, luck plays a major role, consistancy is difficult under those conditions. I haven't gotten to play any major tournaments where the blind structures are 1 hour with a longer blind progression. Consistancy has GOT to be much easier in those as we keep seeing the Pro's over and over in them, I think that's a major reason.
They can afford the best tournaments with the best structures, they can be consistant in them. Until any of us reach that kind of level we can realisticly expect our win/loss records in tournaments to have vilotile swings.
Just thought I would add this because it can be very discouraging not to win a few in a row playing live, if compared to online play, know you win more online becuse you can play more online.