What do you guys do when you keep getting bad beats?
I'm a winning 25NL reg on Bovada
(6bb/100+), and for the past 7 sessions, I've been getting terrible beats. Im still up +5 buy-ins or so, but it's starting to take its toll on me mentally. I started out with $500 about 3 weeks ago, ran it up to $1300, and now am at $1190. I should be up to like $1700+ minimum without the bad beats just from the past 7 days. I'd like to move to 50NL, but I think I really wouldn't be comfortable, especially given the way I've been running. I actually took a shot when I had $1000 but ran terrible. I might end up moving up at $1500 or $2000, probably $2000. There are also some leaks that I could work on (defending against 3-bets and postflop play in 3-bet pots mostly).
Past 7 days:
KK vs AA 4 nights in a row preflop all-in. Lost all of them
KK vs JJ all-in preflop two times. Lost both
AA vs QQ all-in preflop twice lost both (one was for 440BB... that really hurt haha)
QK for nut straight 3-way 3-bet pot vs AK (TPTK) vs J9 (2 pair) all-in on turn (J9 catches full house on river for 400BB pot)
AA vs AK i lose to turned nut flush all-in preflop
KK vs AQ all-in preflop (donk back raised all-in my 3-bet preflop)
AA vs KK (for once!).... and I lose LOL
Right after these bad beats, I usually just become a little frustrated and shut off my computer. I don't try to chase my losses, but this is the worst I've run in 7 days. It helps that I'm still winning, but it just feels very demoralizing that I keep losing with 80-90% equity almost everytime. Before this 7 day session, the percentages seemed to work out fine (more or less). And everytime I've gotten AA or KK all-in this week, I've lost all of them but one (yes I counted). That must have been at least 8+ times. How do you guys deal with these? I have never run this bad before.
As for coolers, I don't really mind as much because what can you really do with top full house vs quads? For those, I kind of react nonchalantly because there was no way of avoiding them. And I cooler other people too, like top set vs middle set so it evens out.