Now that I have come down from my rush I want to expand on a thought. I mentioned that I quit last night while I was on a HUGE card rush. I was up almost $400 and killing the table I was at. So why would I quit? It is simple. Your style of play can change when your doing poorly. We all recognize this. You try and get back in the game, push things you should not, basically tilt out. I think the same thing can happen when you are on a HUGE rush. It should be monitored equally as dillegently as a down turn. You start to feel like ANYTHING is a winner. Your play again alters and you end up giving back a portion if not all of your winnings. It sounds funny coming out of my mouth, but I think there are times when your on a winning streak you should leave. Just keep tabs on your play. If you find yourself saying things like "Sorry Dude, I usually do not chase those runner-runner flushes" or "Man what a great flop for 47o!" then at least take a break for a little and come back later. Just my thoughts.