Originally Posted by m2fmf
Yes I completely agree hands per hour is silly to go after, that is why I was surprised you got so many hands per hour.
12.5 hours a day is huge! Do you think you are likely to do it?
I think I am improving the hands per hours now. I am using hotkeys to quickfold/checkfold, auto open to 3x, 4x, 5x, 3 bet to 6x (vs min open), 9x, and 12x. Auto cbet pot % of 4 different amounts (54%/64%/74%/89%).
I also just for the hell of it have a hotkey for all in, just to auto jam like a boss.
That is my setup.
I only say 12.5 hours assuming a certain hands per hour to achieve 500k, in a 31 day month. However if that number goes up, the hours I play goes down.
The hotkey may make my hands per hour go to 1450-1900+, I need to test it over a 5 hour sample to get a good number.
Originally Posted by Rocky-PN
gl, sick volume
Yea, I just can't grind 1 table, playing very tight vs and hoping for the one spew monkey to spew.
Originally Posted by mentatat
That seems very conservative for the small step from NL2 to NL5 - try 20BIs at most. I would say NL2 plays quite similarly to NL5. Then a bit of a jump to NL10, which then plays similarly to NL25. Then NL50 seems to play differently again. That's certainly my experience, anyway. I think you'll have trouble being as nitty as you move up, though.
Yea I noticed, hopefully i take it one limit at a time, and just do session reviews every 25k-50k hands to get an idea for how often to cbet flop/turn/river, 3 bet more or less, cbet in 3 bet pots more or less etc.
I'll update every 100k hands. It's go time! (done about 9k today, bit slow today)