Previously known as CRTS J071126.0+440405 discovered in January 2009 by Catalina Sky Survey as relatively bright polar with deep eclipses. In the active state there is a pre-eclipse dip at phase -0.13 interpreted as eclipse caused by accretion stream falling toward white dwarf. The deep eclipse is the occultation of the hot spot by the secondary. The hot spot is also occulted by the white dwarf itself for half the spin period, opposite to the phase of the deep eclipse. I’m observing the object with 1 meter VNT telescope several times each season. High and low states with 3 magnitude difference are also observed.