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 10-06-2009, 08:56 AM #1 Highlimit journeyman   Join Date: May 2009 Posts: 361 How to calculate win rate I understand bb/100 is 2 big blinds per 100 hands. what is the math to figure this out if my bb/100 is 7 at 2NL, 5Nl and 10NL? I have also heard a lot of different numbers of what a good win rate is. I thought 4 would be good but I've read at micro good should be close to 10???
 10-06-2009, 09:06 AM #2 tankgirl adept     Join Date: Mar 2009 Location: vittu mikä närhi Posts: 1,095 Re: How to calculate win rate So you want to know what 7bb/100 equates to? 2nl: 2c x 7 = 14c/100 5nl: 5c x 7 = 35c/100 10nl: 10c x 7 = 70c/100 * is this what you mean? Also, PTBB are Poker Tracker Big bets, and different to BB (Big Blinds) IMO - anything positive is good. Though, anything below 2 is very sketchy at micros?
 10-06-2009, 09:08 AM #3 Johnny2Gunnz grinder     Join Date: Jul 2006 Location: Tejas Posts: 665 Re: How to calculate win rate Easy answer - Get the HEM or PT trial. To calculate BB/100 (total \$\$\$ won/(2 x BigBlind)) / (total hands played/100) Anything over 0 is good. I would consider myself a decent winner if I was beating my current stakes for 4+ BB/100
10-06-2009, 09:22 AM   #4
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Re: How to calculate win rate

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 Originally Posted by tankgirl So you want to know what 7bb/100 equates to? 2nl: 2c x 7 = 14c/100 5nl: 5c x 7 = 35c/100 10nl: 10c x 7 = 70c/100 * is this what you mean? Also, PTBB are Poker Tracker Big bets, and different to BB (Big Blinds) IMO - anything positive is good. Though, anything below 2 is very sketchy at micros?
When you figure out Hourly to you use 50 hands per/hr

10-06-2009, 09:24 AM   #5
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Re: How to calculate win rate

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 Originally Posted by Highlimit When you figure out Hourly to you use 50 hands per/hr
Do you play 6max or FR?

Last edited by Johnny2Gunnz; 10-06-2009 at 09:25 AM. Reason: speeling

10-06-2009, 09:28 AM   #6
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Re: How to calculate win rate

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 Originally Posted by Johnny2Gunnz Do you play 6max or FR?

FR.

If I'm at 7 bb/100 (2NL). My hourly is 7c?

I have PT3 but I'd like to do the math to understand better.

10-06-2009, 09:32 AM   #7
Johnny2Gunnz
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Re: How to calculate win rate

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 Originally Posted by Highlimit FR. If I'm at 7 bb/100 (2NL). My hourly is 7c? I have PT3 but I'd like to do the math to understand better.
I haven't played FR in a few years but I believe 50 is the average hands per hour. If this is true you are correct.

You are making 7bb/100, aka \$0.14 per 100 hands
50 hands an hour = \$0.07 per hour

10-06-2009, 10:01 AM   #8
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Re: How to calculate win rate

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 Originally Posted by Johnny2Gunnz I haven't played FR in a few years but I believe 50 is the average hands per hour. If this is true you are correct. You are making 7bb/100, aka \$0.14 per 100 hands 50 hands an hour = \$0.07 per hour
WoW!!! I suck!!! So to make a decent living you need to crush 1000NL at 4 bb/100 and 4 table.

1000NL 4bb/100, aka \$40 per 100 hands
\$20 per hour X 4 (tables)= \$80 Hr. \$160K year
20K BR.

This is going to take some time!

10-06-2009, 10:37 AM   #9
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Re: How to calculate win rate

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 Originally Posted by Highlimit WoW!!! I suck!!! So to make a decent living you need to crush 1000NL at 4 bb/100 and 4 table. 1000NL 4bb/100, aka \$40 per 100 hands \$20 per hour X 4 (tables)= \$80 Hr. \$160K year 20K BR. This is going to take some time!
Well, I'm sure you would've moved up before earning 160k with a 20k bankroll. Also, that's the reason I stopped playing NL cash.

 10-06-2009, 10:41 AM #10 T-t0x enthusiast     Join Date: Aug 2009 Posts: 48 Re: How to calculate win rate play more tables
10-06-2009, 10:55 AM   #11
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Re: How to calculate win rate

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 Originally Posted by T-t0x play more tables
I'm good with 3 tables. I'm just getting comfortable with 4. It's only been 5 weeks so hopefully I'll be at 6 by the end of the month.

10-07-2009, 12:05 AM   #12
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Re: How to calculate win rate

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 Originally Posted by Highlimit WoW!!! I suck!!! So to make a decent living you need to crush 1000NL at 4 bb/100 and 4 table. 1000NL 4bb/100, aka \$40 per 100 hands \$20 per hour X 4 (tables)= \$80 Hr. \$160K year 20K BR. This is going to take some time!
I think 8-10BB/100 is more common.

10-07-2009, 10:42 AM   #13
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Re: How to calculate win rate

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 Originally Posted by EstrlM3 I think 8-10BB/100 is more common.
Great! I goal is going to be 8bb/100

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