Roi

    • roopopper
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      I checked out my sharkscope graph for sit n gos at titan today and It tells me something I already know!! ( I'm a fish lol)


      The ROI graph says 32.5 % and is a long line going straight up, how can this be when all I ever tend to do is lose?

      What does it actually mean??


      Thanks Roo :P
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    • roopopper
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      actually my average roi is -18% but the graph shows 32.5% ?? I find this confusing?
    • HannesZ
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      Hey,

      That's kind of weird. But did you play different limits?

      So the graph maybe just show one limit, where you run good, but overall you are down.

      Do you have a link to or a screenshot of the statistic?

      Best regards,
      Hannes
    • roopopper
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      http://i372.photobucket.com/albums/oo168/andrewglynn2000/roi.jpg



      http://i372.photobucket.com/albums/oo168/andrewglynn2000/graph.jpg




      First time I have ever tried to do this hope it works!!! lol
    • Hlynkinn
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      the roi graph gives you information about roi on each limit.. you have -20% roi on <0,5$ games and you have >30% roi on $2 games..
      hope I made sense
    • roopopper
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      Originally posted by Hlynkinn
      the roi graph gives you information about roi on each limit.. you have -20% roi on <0,5$ games and you have >30% roi on $2 games..
      hope I made sense
      oh thanks!! does that mean it is more profitable for me to play $2 dollar games?? I think it was when I was playing the dirty dozen games and had a certain amount of luck!! I have also played loads of 8 cent games too as I'm not very good and thought they would be good practice!

      Should I find the history of my games through sharkscope(im not a full member) and think about playing the games I seem to do better at?


      :P :P :P
    • Bigniux
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      Originally posted by roopopper
      does that mean it is more profitable for me to play $2 dollar games??
      It might and it might not, it depends on how many games you have played on 2$ limit :)
    • roopopper
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      Originally posted by Bigniux
      Originally posted by roopopper
      does that mean it is more profitable for me to play $2 dollar games??
      It might and it might not, it depends on how many games you have played on 2$ limit :)

      Not many!! The reason I have been playing 8 cent games is I feel if I cant profit in those games I have no chance what so ever in the bigger stakes!!! :P

      Is this good thinking???
    • Bigniux
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      I think so, but you need quite big sample size to know if you beat the limit, 1,000 games can give you an idea, tho if you have small ROI, it won't confirm that you beat the limit :)
    • roopopper
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      If I had a bankroll of say One dollar and I played 8 cent games and after 100 gmes I had 2 cents left would I have made a sort of profit i.e I had played in many more games than I could have afforded too?? I would have played in 80 games while I only really had enough money for 12 games??

      Is this crazy thinking ?(
    • Bigniux
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      Well, you wouldn't have made any profit in your example. You would have had 0,98$ losses :) If your bankroll would never grow, but neither you would lose it, then you would be breakeven. And to have profits, your bankroll has to grow :)
    • roopopper
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      Originally posted by Bigniux
      Well, you wouldn't have made any profit in your example. You would have had 0,98$ losses :) If your bankroll would never grow, but neither you would lose it, then you would be breakeven. And to have profits, your bankroll has to grow :)
      lol I was thinking the profit was the extra 70 games I played at 70x 8 cents = 5.60 dollars!!!! :P
    • stickbo9y59
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      how can that be profit if u dont have a bankroll any more????
    • Bigniux
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      "Amount Won" - "Amount invested" = "Profit"

      For example: Game Buy-in is 1$, first place gets 5$. You play 10 of these games and:

      a)get first once, then your profit is 5$ - 10x1$ = -5$

      b)get first three times, then profit = 3*5$ -10x1$ = 5$

      Hope this helps :)
    • roopopper
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      Originally posted by stickbo9y59
      how can that be profit if u dont have a bankroll any more????

      Guess I really am crazy lol !!! :P

      This is the kind of thinking that keeps us fish playing !!lol