Non-Showdon losses when 16-tabling

    • blackaces82
      blackaces82
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      Joined: 15.06.2009 Posts: 43
      hi,

      my question is, is it normal to have very negative non-showdown winnigs graph when 16-tabling (because of the quite nitty style u have to ply)? also if not, is it more a problem of blind defense or -ev cbetting?


      would be happy about any input (especially from players who play 10+ tables too)

      cheers
  • 6 replies
    • poupou
      poupou
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      Joined: 08.09.2007 Posts: 7,210
      If you play under NL400 it is perfectly fine to have negative non-showdown winnings. It's because you will fold a lot (and should too) because you get all the value you need from the pots you have a great hand.

      Non-sd winnings will be more important when you climb at the levels (like NL400+) and you have to mix it up for balancing and what not. :f_love:
    • blackaces82
      blackaces82
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      Joined: 15.06.2009 Posts: 43
      yo,

      thanks alot for ur response at first. right now im playing NL 25. my relation between SD winnings and non-SD losses is 3,5:2. u think thats ok? also are 2.55 pt3 big bets/100 ok for 16-tabling?

      thanks in advance
    • poupou
      poupou
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      Joined: 08.09.2007 Posts: 7,210
      Well in my mind as long as you are making money you shouldn't worry about your winrate.
      Just keep improving your game and the result will follow :f_thumbsup:
    • nathanrenard
      nathanrenard
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      Joined: 09.02.2009 Posts: 816
      Take in account also that rake is counted on Non Showdown Winnings on PokerTracker3
    • Zhusy
      Zhusy
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      Joined: 17.01.2010 Posts: 382
      Originally posted by poupou
      If you play under NL400 it is perfectly fine to have negative non-showdown winnings. It's because you will fold a lot (and should too) because you get all the value you need from the pots you have a great hand.

      Non-sd winnings will be more important when you climb at the levels (like NL400+) and you have to mix it up for balancing and what not. :f_love:
      Thx for that reply yeah :s_cool:
    • sapheal
      sapheal
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      Joined: 23.02.2008 Posts: 1,015
      blackaces82 ;) ,

      When multitabling it is pretty standard that one has negative non-sd winnings. However, what is important is the gradient of the red line falling (ie. how fast it decreases). It has been already noted that you should just focus on improving your game and red line will also improve. Still, it might still be negative, but doesn't have to be an issue at all. :s_thumbsup:


      Cheers,
      Michal