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Old 06-13-2017, 02:18 AM   #651
Tank Home & Away
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Re: biggest mtt downswing?

Around $650 at $5 ABI
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Old 06-16-2017, 12:10 PM   #652
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Re: biggest mtt downswing?

I find it hard to find out my winrate! I havent played that many games (around 3K ish, at least that┤s what I have in my database), breakeven ish, but I feel like I┤ve ran insanely bad (especially in important spots, FT bubbles etc..) I have a total bb/100 for holdem, reg speed 11.85/100.
BB/100 with different stack-size:
0-20bb: 11.7bb/100
20-30bb: 11.7bb/100
30+bb: 17bb/100

Should that indicate that I am at least a descent winner? I play around $15 ABI! I┤ve worked hard on my game and feel that my game is sharp. I have taken some shots on higher ($109-$215), with no huge scores.
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Old 06-23-2017, 12:10 AM   #653
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Re: biggest mtt downswing?

The reality is that everyone seems to think they can make it. I'd guess that over 60% of people who play for a 'living' are wasting their time. If you've not been consistently beating the games at decent stakes over a very long period of time, then unless you are extremely intelligent, you would be better off doing other things with your life. This thread is full of perfect examples.
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Old 06-23-2017, 12:34 AM   #654
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Re: biggest mtt downswing?

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The reality is that everyone seems to think they can make it. I'd guess that over 60% of people who play for a 'living' are wasting their time. If you've not been consistently beating the games at decent stakes over a very long period of time, then unless you are extremely intelligent, you would be better off doing other things with your life. This thread is full of perfect examples.
I would say the "extremely intelligent" people are the ones that are sacrificing the most life potential by choosing poker as a career, rather than using their intellect in a plethora of different fields with a much higher ceiling potential.
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