Sept 10 – Back At It

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Sorry for the week of silence. I got back into Vegas late Tuesday and have been spending a lot of time with the lady friend and getting work done (just finished another set of videos and prepped some scripts/hands for future vids as well). I am tired as hell right now, on very little sleep, and in dire need of a nap. I’m also in a slightly pissy mood…so pardon me if that shines through in this post, lol

It’s been nice being back in Vegas. I am trying to get back into the swing of working, even though I feel extremely lazy for whatever reason. This vacation was the first one in years where I essentially did no work. I made a few playlists for GP, answered a few emails, did one live group coaching session in Boston…and that was it. I literally haven’t done that little work in a week before…so it was something new. I think the thing that scared me was that I could totally get used to that. Meh…I guess that’s why I’m working my ass off right now…to ensure I snap the “laziness” in the bud =)
I’ve also been doing some more coaching which has been nice. I got some LeakFinder apps in, and a couple other apps for normal coaching…so it’s nice to be back to that schedule. I also noticed that DFRP got up to 4 stars on Amazon…which is awesome. And video sales have been pretty good since releasing the new “Playing Draws Video“. Overall things are going pretty well in SplitSuit-land…which I have zero complaints about =)
Other than that, life is pretty much the same. I just need a nap, a gym lift, and another week on the healthy diet. The juice thing is still going strong and well…which is making me feel a lot healthier…but also a lot hungrier. I just can’t totally decide when I am actually hungry versus I am hungry out of boredom. Meh…it happens I suppose. And on that note, I am going to go create a playlist and then relax for a little bit. Hope all is well!


My name is James "SplitSuit" Sweeney and I'm a poker player, coach, and author. I've released 300+ videos, coached 500+ players, and co-founded the training site Red Chip Poker. Contact me if you need any help improving your poker game!

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