I'm a recreational player, mostly low stakes NLHE. I really like to play live, but mostly play online. I feel my game has gone from horrible to reasonable, at least for the level I play on. I rarely play more than two six-max tables, but have tried my hands at rush poker and liked it.
My main issue when playing online has always been tilt. It is very silly, but I go off quite easily and start to play badly. Recently I have been implementing a strict one buy-in stop loss rule, which helps a lot. When I lose 1 buy-in I quit playing for the day and do something entirely different.
However, I start to think that this rule is ridiculously strict because it does not teach me to accept the fact that in a big-bet game losing a buy-in is quite normal. For example, losing with AA against KK should typically not be a reason to quit for the day, or should it?
I'm curious about other's opinions and experiences.