decided to put in some money on ACR since i had some BTC lying around.
i was never a big winner (used to make cry posts on here a lot, but i was a pretty big gay back then) but pre-black friday i was winning around 4 BB/100 or so? i was pretty bad at the game but i thought it was easy to win doing the standard stuff.
my first impression of ACR is that nl25 is full of regs. i've been 6 tabling 6 max and it seems like i'll have the same people on every table.
anyway... i haven't played in a while and haven't been keeping up with the poker meta so maybe i'm just a bit out of touch (or i just suck, lol)
first 3.5k hands. not too impressive. a lot of my bigger losing hands is just fancy play syndrome and putting myself in bad spots (edit: one session, all the tables were full, so i sat at 4 empty tables and had the same guy sit against me on all four and destroy me for four BIs before i gave up), but i've hand some hands where i scratched my head a bit at. hoping for some input:
i work in a cubicle making comfy (read, good but underpaid imo) money doing a stressful job (doing sql and making business recommendations/BI) for a company i don't really care about. i feel like i'm become so apathetic with life. crypto is my new 401k and i've been accumulating various shitcoins (mostly omg + a handful of others like FUN) since may, right before that big bull run, waiting for the day buttcoins will let me CEO10k/day.
i've been thinking about doing one of those teach english abroad things and have been teaching myself anime speak for about a month now using genki (about 1/2way through genki1) and memrise/anki, putting in about 3 hours a day. i feel like i really need something big to happen in my life otherwise i feel like i'm going to be one of those stereotypical guys who hates their job then goes home and beats their wife and kids.
thoughts? anyone have any experience packing up your stuff and leaving everything behind?
i'm trying to teach myself how to do some python and i've run into this problem multiple times, and what better place to ask then LP?
tried googling but maybe i'm just getting old and have a short attention span now or just suck at looking for answers online
if y == 0:
y = 1
y = 0
when X runs (y = 0 by default), y doesn't update to 1 so the switch stays off.
from my understanding, something about each X being a separate instance or perimeters can't be variables or something something i don't fucking know. how do i fix this