a day like that obviously is not your day, imo a bad day is when one loses the big pots in the river when one is ahead and allin, then it changes the course of things, like yesterday happened to me,
i made a deep run in a mtt, remaining 60/3000 i was top ten in chips, a fish in my table was playing very loose and he didnīt like to be bully by a big stack, he had like 80% of my chips, he was BB and Iīve dealt KQs (as a table chip leader), so i raised MP, everybody folds but him (always defending stupidily his blinds), flop KQ7, i cbet just to fold him, but maybe he thought i was looking for the ace so he reraised i reraised again and he called, turn 2, I bet half pot and this fish went allin thinking i was bluffing
him obviously i paid (i had 2 top pairs and a flush draw) so i had 80% of my stack in, the villain had T7o!!! so he had just one out
, the 7C, since the 7S gave me the flush,
the unbeņievable river (1/44) gave him the 7C so he carryed the pot and he skyrocketed to the fourth place and i went down to the forties, but the worst was that i got on tilt and couldnīt recovered so 5 hands later i paid all my chips with pocket tens against pocket queens and i left,
so for me when one has sessions where the big pots are going to the wrong side, pots that could put one in a very deep run, and thatīs for me the definiton of bad session and the other way around should be a good session when one has 1/44 odds
and hit the river and carries a big pot!!