Hey guys First of all, thank you for a great forum and great videos. I have been lurking around for a while and watched some of the videos. Mainly 9max. Great stuff I think. Years back when I started playing poker I got into SNG's. I played with good results in the 5$ games, with a fairly basic strategy. Then my wife and I had some lovely kids, and I stopped playing. Now work and family seems to leave some space to get back into poker. I can play when it fits my schedule. I am comfortable with sets of 8-10 tables at the moment. I have been playing some sng's 9max the last couple of months. I start at the bottom at the 1$'s. I deploy a basic strategy. Very tight early on, patiently in the middle game, trying to find stealing spots. At the bubble, I push with approximately 30-33% of hands. Call All-in range is quite tight. This is due to the fact that many of the players at the micros seem to lack a fold button So I try to adapt to this. I was slowly growing my bankroll when I started using this tighter endgame strategy. Then I tried a session with opening new tables continuously when busting. That went south because of missing focus when dealing with opening new tables and killing popups. Since then I have been struggling a bit. Maybe it's downswing, mindset, general variance, or bad play. Some sets are good but too many not quite. I finish in the money around 39%. It is a minuscule sample size, I know. About 500 games My focus is now: -getting back on track and grow sample size to 1000. -getting a hud -develop microstakes strategy, mainly about stealing and bubble play I would love to hear your thoughts and maybe some (general) advice, though the sample size is low and no hand histories etc. Cheers to all!