Longest poker slump of my life
First time poster here but hoping to get some useful insight.
I've played live poker for 16 years now. I'm an accomplished player and play tournament poker 2 times a week at our local Hollywood casino. I play a deepstack on Sundays that usually draws 75-100 people. I play in a Monday night turbo of usually 125+. I play in regional events across the midwest as well. Been out to the WSOP
a few times with a few cashes. I'm not a professional nor do I try to be, but I'm a pretty damn good player and have a great reputation for it in my area.
This year alone, like I mentioned, I average 2 tournaments a week. I won 2 tournament back-to-back in February, and 1 tournament in August. Other than those 3 wins, ironically I haven't cashed in any other tournaments. Sometimes going on tilt and firing 2-3 bullets at each tournament I play.
So since February, I've had exactly 1 cash. Is this an unusually long slump? Have any of you ever dealt with something like this? Do pros go through this?
I've read as much as I can, and most help articles say if you're an accomplished player not to change your style of play. Well I'm wayyyyy passed this now, nothing seems to be working.
I'm not one to bitch, but I know at this point it's not a statistical anomaly I'm not cashing. I think it has to be my mindset at this point? After losing for so long, it's extremely stressful to sit down and play now.