HU sit n go

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    • Anssi
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      Higher ROI, less tables. A lot of postflop play. If that sounds good, go ahead.
    • gekitsios
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      Originally posted by Anssi
      Higher ROI, less tables. A lot of postflop play. If that sounds good, go ahead.
      Are they profitable?
    • santostr
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      Originally posted by Anssi
      Higher ROI
    • gekitsios
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      Originally posted by santostr
      Originally posted by Anssi
      Higher ROI
      higher roi doesnt mean that they are more profitable from 9 man for example
    • Hlynkinn
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      Originally posted by gekitsios
      Originally posted by santostr
      Originally posted by Anssi
      Higher ROI
      higher roi doesnt mean that they are more profitable from 9 man for example
      :f_eek: :f_eek: :f_eek: :f_eek: :f_eek: :f_eek:
    • gekitsios
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      Originally posted by Hlynkinn
      Originally posted by gekitsios
      Originally posted by santostr
      Originally posted by Anssi
      Higher ROI
      higher roi doesnt mean that they are more profitable from 9 man for example
      :f_eek: :f_eek: :f_eek: :f_eek: :f_eek: :f_eek:
      I mean that you cant multitable 16 hu sit n gos.So obviously the roi will be higher but i dont know if hu are a more profitable form of sit n go lets say for micros than 9 man sit n gos
    • santostr
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      True. And obviously the relation of ROI, $/h and number of tables is equal to every poker player. So we must seek for that magic aswer, is it profitable?, cause the answer must exist.
    • Hlynkinn
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      yea just do what you find fun... success will come..
    • gekitsios
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      Originally posted by santostr
      True. And obviously the relation of ROI, $/h and number of tables is equal to every poker player. So we must seek for that magic aswer, is it profitable?, cause the answer must exist.

      Ι mean the general expected [EDITED By IngridN] ..
    • santostr
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      Guess what: IT DEPENDS! ON YOU!
    • gekitsios
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      Originally posted by santostr
      Guess what: IT DEPENDS! ON YOU!

      [EDITED By IngridN] i mean which format is the most profitable...look this article [EDITED By IngridN] http://www.tournamentterminator.com/tournament-strategy/roi-bankroll/best-sng-poker-game/ but this is a bit old.i would like to know for nowadays which format is most profitable.[EDITED By IngridN]
    • santostr
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      Ok, I'll give a genaral answer.

      On average, the winings of the poker players is -10% for normal SnGs, -9% for turbos, and -5% for HU.
      On lower stakes however, things are worse, and on average players can loose up to 20% (1+.20 SnGs).
    • gekitsios
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      Originally posted by santostr
      Ok, I'll give a genaral answer.

      On average, the winings of the poker players is -10% for normal SnGs, -9% for turbos, and -5% for HU.
      On lower stakes however, things are worse, and on average players can loose up to 20% (1+.20 SnGs).
      [EDITED By IngridN].If you cant discuss seriously dont troll my threads
    • santostr
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      To be clear, I didn't intend to troll you. I wanted to show how silly your question is. Just that.

      The study you linked has some value, and there's nothing wrong in asking if someone knows anithing like that but updated. I think you are unlikely to find something similar that reflects the events that just happend, there is no sample size yet.

      And I don't think your language is apropriate.
    • gekitsios
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      Originally posted by santostr
      To be clear, I didn't intend to troll you. I wanted to show how silly your question is. Just that.

      The study you linked has some value, and there's nothing wrong in asking if someone knows anithing like that but updated. I think you are unlikely to find something similar that reflects the events that just happend, there is no sample size yet.

      And I don't think your language is apropriate.

      When you behave like that and make people mad,then dont request from them to be polite
    • martoman2k10
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      Originally posted by gekitsios
      Originally posted by santostr
      Ok, I'll give a genaral answer.

      On average, the winings of the poker players is -10% for normal SnGs, -9% for turbos, and -5% for HU.
      On lower stakes however, things are worse, and on average players can loose up to 20% (1+.20 SnGs).
      i hope you burn in hell fucking faggot.If you cant discuss seriously dont troll my threads
      Dont ask a question of you're not really for the answer.

      Play what you find fun. The more fun it is the more you'll find yourself playing and wanting to improve. The more you play and study = more profit. WHATEVER THE FORMAT.
    • Anssi
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      Hey gekitsios, can you solve 5x + 1/10y +z for me?
    • IngridN
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      Hello guys,

      To my ultimate surprise Thursdays don't tend to turn out so happy nowadays! :f_eek:

      Please do not use inappropriate language towards other members or I will be forced to take away your rights for entering any posts in the future. I've edited this time, but please keep it friendly.


      Thank you, I really appreciate it.
      Ingrid
    • goldchess
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      are they profitable tho?