# PS point comparison

• Bronze
Joined: 02.12.2006
Im curious, on other poker sites, how much points you are getting for 100 hand on NL25.
On Full Tilt NL25 9 max tables im getting ~ 3 PS points. So with 8-900 hands / day im getting around 25 PS points / day.
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• Black
Joined: 10.09.2007
On partypoker you get 2 basic PP for 20 hands, so thats 10 basic PP for 100 hands which is 12.5 Strategypoints.
• Bronze
Joined: 17.12.2007
Comparation = comparison
• Bronze
Joined: 15.06.2007
http://www.partypoker.com/help/faq.htm#n7

Per 20 raked hands you play, you get this amount of basic partypoints :

Limit
0.75 PP (0.05/0.10 - 0.10/0.20 - 0.15/0.30)
1 PP (0.25/0.50)
3.5 PP (0.50/1, 1/2)
11 PP (2/4)
...

No Limit - Pot Limit
1.25 PP (NL5 - NL10)
2 PP (NL25)
3 PP (NL50)
5 PP (NL100)
8 PP (NL200)
...

In other words :
- For any given bankroll, you'll get a lot more partypoints playing limit than no-limit.
- Partypoints are the easiest way to get up the PokerStrategy ladder playing microlimits, but lose value later on.
- PartyPoker's rakeback through PartyPoints is neglible for No Limit, but ok for Limit players.
• Bronze
Joined: 15.06.2007
Originally posted by Yoghi
On partypoker you get 2 basic PP for 20 hands, so thats 10 basic PP for 100 hands which is 12.5 Strategypoints.
Only raked hands count. So if half of all hands don't see a flop, it's merely 6.25 SP (5PP) for 100 hands.
• Bronze
Joined: 17.12.2007
Anybody knows how many Mansion Points i need to make 100PS points?
• Bronze
Joined: 02.12.2006
I meant not the theoretical value, my values is like 30k hand average. So im curios on the real experienced values, if some1 counts them.

And Edited Subject to Coparison

5PS point for 100 hand is still much better than my ~3 on Full Tilt.
• Black
Joined: 10.09.2007
Just see how many % of the hands get to the flop at least in your FTP database, it should be about the same on partypoker and then calculate