Originally Posted by ericgarner118
If that works for you, that is great, but I think if you played more during the times that you don't like, you could pull in a lot more money
Generally yes, you want to play bad players and despite bad beats, you'll come out on top long term.
However, there is undoubtedly a psychological impact on alot of players who are good players, but when things go bad against bad players, they tilt or just don't play the way they are capable of playing. So if you know this about yourself, you shouldn't try to do what is general, just for the sake of what everyone else says.
He should continue to play on Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri because those are the days where he does well and feels the most comfortable. Use those days to build his roll to the point where he can play on Wed, Sat, and Sun and take the beats that will come and not feel bad about it.
If you have $1,000 and you lose $1 five times, I don't think anyone would get upset about it. But if you have $30 and you lose $1 five times, you just lost 1/6 of your roll and you are going to be ticked. And it's really not that hard to run into 5 situations on a weekend where you get your money in 75-25 or 80-20 favorite and lose to these bad players. So you'd be playing correct, good poker and you'd be doing proper BRM, but you'd be losing 1/6th of your roll.