quitting when you're up a bunch is not a bad thing imo, it's good for balance in life I guess since usually when you never quit until unstuck you sometimes end up playing like 12 hours (at least I do)
Agree somewhat with this. I think though the important thing is: if you're playing really well and up a bunch, then carry on. If you're playing your usual game but the luck is just going your way, then quitting is more fine. Obv if your playing badly and just running well quitting is definitely the way to go.
so i enjoy stirring things up. it makes it fun for me. i def don't think what im doing is equivalent to what you guys are suggesting tho.
either way, occasionally there can be HU/grudge type matches if others would step up from time to time (or the guys who challenge me arent top HS players who have been around in those games longer than i've been playing NL.
as much as i get under quite a few ppl's skin here, u can't deny some of the train wrecks r enjoyable. whether u r laughing with me or at me.. it's whatever....some reaction is better than no reaction.
most of u guys r very srs dudes. ....a few of the dudes i have gotten into tiffs with on here all take themselves far too seriously as it is (ya i've been guilty of it too but sans being under the influence, i dont have a problem laughing at my own blunders, or admitting when im wrong).
i am what i mean, so think what u want if u wish. not like what u think about me is any of my business as it is.
and i get the feeling a lot of u guys think my persona on the forums is similar to how i act in real life ... it's really not close. most ppl don't understand me imo. (guess i should join the club, i know it's true that something like 95% of the population feels misunderstood.)
and i get the feeling a lot of u guys think my persona on the forums is similar to how i act in real life ... it's really not close.
Dude this is the Internet nobody cares how you behave in real life, because people seldom have the chance to meet.
Besides it's not about being too serious. Some internet trolls are fun and popular, some aren't. Guess you should either work on your alternate Internet personality or stop acting all surprised when ppl don't like you.
A degenerate pit gambler using a martingale system could book a tiny win for the day a very high percentage of the time. Anyone whose percentage of winning days dwarfs their number of losing days over a big sample is almost certainly doing something wrong. At the very least, by making too many suboptimal early quits when games are better than average. At worst, by playing a spewy high variance style when they are stuck.
Yes but that martingale system guy would be losing overall. That's why OP wants to know the winrate too.
To answer the question:
~78% winning sessions
However it doesn't really matter how many winning/losing sessions you have, what's important is the total winnings.
About the "sub optimal early quits" : if the player feels he can't play his A game anymore because he is up a lot, he should end the session.
He should fix his mental problem if he can but if he is unable to he has to recognize that and simply quit instead of playing badly.