your claiming over a 7 day period, that you lost AA to KK 90 out of 100 times? lets do some math:

Statistical chance of you having AA: 1/220

Statistical chance at a 9 handed table that you have AA and a random opponent has KK: (1/220 * 1/(220/8))=1/6050

keeping in mind that staticticly if you are running at even ev., you should have lost this race 18/100 times, where you claim to have lost 90/100.

now, in the 7 day period you are refering to, we have 168 hours to play. lets assume your a die hard poker play, and somehow survive on 4 hours sleep a night. this gives us 140 hours of potential play time.

since we know that the scenario you describe will occour on average 1/6050 and happened to you 100 times, lets say you played 605,000 hands in this 140 hour period. this would equate to approx 4321 hands/hour. assuming your playing at the lowest level (which since your a new player, you would be doing to follow good BRM), and given an average at NL2 to see 70 hands/hour on a non turbo table, you would be playing 61 tables at a time, for 20 hours straight, with no breaks.

however, lets assume you are able to run at a very modest 5bb/100 for the entire week., despite what we can only assume was dropping 90BI with the AA/KK hands. you would have made $605- the 90BI, which gives us an assumed net profit, after the -ev variance you suffered, of $425, not bad for a weeks work at the lowest stakes!

on a side note, since you would be crushing nl2, remember if you are able to maintain the same win rate at nl50, you would have made $15,125 for the week. lets assume that your human like the rest of us, and need a weeks rest after this, so are only able to do this for 26 weeks of the year. your yearly profit, at 5bb/100, is $393,250.

congratulations, you really are an inspiration for us all.