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11-29-2023 , 04:49 AM
160 std dev is probably a reasonable # if all your hands were PLO4 and 6-handed, but as you introduce other PLO variants and especially lots of 2-4 handed play, then 200+ becomes more accurate.

I'd guess a lot of PLO pros have experienced a couple runs that they don't think are mathematically fair as edges dwindle.

I had been a consistent ~8 BB/100 winner at .5/1 to 2/4 PLO for about 2 years until late 2022, mostly on the apps, but now it's a **** show. I'm currently in a run where it feels like I'm getting smacked down constantly by variance, like 20 winning sessions out of my last 75, but I accept that it could just be like a 10th percentile run over these 250k hands.
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11-29-2023 , 02:22 PM
20 buyin swings definitely super common and standard for 6max PLO. Winrate/std dev also aren't static.
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11-29-2023 , 05:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Vronge
160 std dev is probably a reasonable # if all your hands were PLO4 and 6-handed, but as you introduce other PLO variants and especially lots of 2-4 handed play, then 200+ becomes more accurate.

I'd guess a lot of PLO pros have experienced a couple runs that they don't think are mathematically fair as edges dwindle.

I had been a consistent ~8 BB/100 winner at .5/1 to 2/4 PLO for about 2 years until late 2022, mostly on the apps, but now it's a **** show. I'm currently in a run where it feels like I'm getting smacked down constantly by variance, like 20 winning sessions out of my last 75, but I accept that it could just be like a 10th percentile run over these 250k hands.
What would you guess the std dev of a mix 5/6 card plo played both 6m and SH?
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