This dwarf nova went into suproutburst just after Joe Patterson et al. finished ,,big scope'' observation during it's quiescence. So there is a good reason to follow the star with our ,,small scope''. Doing long run photometry using R band filter as often as possible. Star shows periodic modulations of light curve (superhumps) combined with deep eclipses. The light curve is evolving during super maximum as will conclude light curves (hope soon prepared). During this campaign desiccant in camera went off and we experienced some mount troubles so the data are affected a bit. The Moon is also very annoying.