Originally Posted by callipygian
what Im saying is if you push a 1% edge into a 10% rake you will lose money in the long run. even if you win your fair share of the time.
Im sure you can understand this
If you play a hand than makes a dollar but it cost you $4 in fees you lose $3
IF you make a play that costs you $10 if you get it wrong and gains $1 when you get it right you better get it right 91 out of 100 times or .. LOSER
but thanks for expanding scenarios to create arguments.
perhaps you should take your miraLAX now
Oh yeah DougL . I'll find those references with in a few days. I think its in poker gaming and life. Im sure you've read it.
wow that didnt take long... heres one right here on page 9 of Poker gaming and Life by some guy you have never heard of David Sklansky
its in a chapter called "Being a Favorite"
Just Being a good player may not be enough to make you a favorite in the game there are 3 main possible reasons for this
2.The rake or time take out is enough to negate your edge.
sheesh how could this happen? the rake negating your edge?... David must have been drinking that day ?!!?