As I mentioned to you guys earlier this year, this is my first year back playing tournaments in 8 years. So I played now I guess....like 5 or 6? I learned a lot, gained great experience, and learned not to play as tight. So I have a question for you tournament tough veterans who do well in regular tournament play. How much fun do you have playing the matches? And here is what I mean. The first level of tournament play for me, was trying to play a match, and not wanting to win so badly that I was TIGHT. Then not playing with FEAR of losing as my number one thought, which makes one just as tight, LOL! I have lost enough this year to not fear losing, I know I can lose, that's fine. I won enough to know I can win. What should my mindset really be now? I want to play to win, but I don't want to let that dominate my thoughts. Honestly, I want to play tournaments to have FUN. To hit my strokes, make my plays, do what I train to do. And that usually translates into winning. I mean, honestly, get real, who doesn't really want to win? So how do you guys that play well in tournaments, balance playing to win with actually enjoying the experience? I think you guys know what I mean right? You have to maintain a certain amount of good strong focus. Maybe another way to phrase it is, do any of you guys/gals that win a lot, actually go out and play your matches without being on edge nerve wise?