Hypers or normal turbos?
without seeing hand data or sample size it would be hard to comment on weather it was bad luck or bad play etc.
I know for my games even at the $4 games (well 3.75) people have seen swings of over $2000 down and I am talking about regulars who grind them for a living.
I normally find sharkscope
is helpful here, you can sharkscope people until you find winning regs who have opted in and then look at there graphs to get realistic views of what sort of swings are normal, then you can ask yourself questions.
the best thing to do is learn as much as you can so emotion plays as little factor as possible.
ICMIZer is a great tool for sit and goes practice with that and review it but dont stop there.
this is another tool I use and a very good one I constantly compare hands against ranges to see what ICMIZER is saying.
eg a common spot that actually I found was Q2s in the SB v BB ICMIZER said it was a shove but what sort of equity did there recomended calling range have against my recomened shoving range when i realized how thin the margins are i figured out if they call tighter its def a shove and if they call wider there just giving me money.
this is a unique spot i know but the point is by analysing the situation I dont think I have been running bad and I dont feel good with this I know its a shove and bam I shove.
also turbos and hypers are brutal in swings and it could possibly be bad luck here.
I built my roll up to four figures before I started targeting hypers, a little bit of free advice fixed limit SNGS are a lot easier to beat and a lot more stable in terms of variance, not many regs target them because you wont make a lot from them but if you want to grind to build a roll before you go for it these are great.
I built a four figure roll out fixed limit tourneys and sngs so I know what I talking about hear but yes it is boring and frustrating poker.