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    • purple16
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      oops :) link to image http://imageshack.us/f/405/imghh.jpg/
    • fryandspicy
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      Looks good to me. That's around 35 big blinds per 100 hands i think, which is a huge upswing. Unless you're very very skilled you probably won't be able to mantain such a high win rate even on NL2. 1800 hands is nowhere near enough hands to tell what your actual win rate might be, but nice first session. To put it in context, most of the winners at low stakes (NL50+) make 3 to 5 big blinds per 100 hands i think.
    • purple16
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      Originally posted by fryandspicy
      Looks good to me. That's around 35 big blinds per 100 hands i think, which is a huge upswing. Unless you're very very skilled you probably won't be able to mantain such a high win rate even on NL2. 1800 hands is nowhere near enough hands to tell what your actual win rate might be, but nice first session. To put it in context, most of the winners at low stakes (NL50+) make 3 to 5 big blinds per 100 hands i think.
      Thank you for response. Appreciated :)

      I thought it is too low to 1800 hands. So, according your evaluation there is nothing to worry :s_biggrin:
    • sufix645
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      there is always something to be worry :D
      at the moment you are winning, so thats cool :) But that doesnt mean you are excellent player, so keep improving :) And.. you cant say anything about your game after 1.6k hands. when it will be like 50-100k its more likely youll be able to say that you are winning or losing player. so a lot of work in front of you. Good Luck!
    • hackbinder
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      Am I the only one who had a MALWARE problem after clicking that link?

      If I wasn't, look out.

      If I was, I'm sorry for the accusation.

      I clicked your link and 1 minute later I had a Malware threats all over my computer.
    • Alficor1
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      Originally posted by hackbinder
      Am I the only one who had a MALWARE problem after clicking that link?
      If malware is something like diarrhoeia then no.
    • MJQuads
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      Originally posted by hackbinder
      Am I the only one who had a MALWARE problem after clicking that link?

      If I wasn't, look out.

      If I was, I'm sorry for the accusation.

      I clicked your link and 1 minute later I had a Malware threats all over my computer.
      Why would there be any MALWARE? It's Imageshack.us. Maybe you got it from all those prOn sites you visited meanwhile :rolleyes:
    • hackbinder
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      Why would there be any MALWARE? It's Imageshack.us. Maybe you got it from all those prOn sites you visited meanwhile Augen rollen


      I'm not a computer whiz. I don't know the intricacies of computer programs. What I do know is after clicking that link, my Anti-Everything software went nuts.

      I scanned 4 days ago... nothing.

      I scanned two hours ago... 9 high risk threats

      Then I guess it was something else.

      My computer still isn't right. I can only run programs via my wife's user, on my user I cannot run any programs. Everything was fine before that click.

      But, who knows... Maybe something was dormant.

      Oh, and happily married men don't need porn ;) And I am a very happily married man :D

      Edit - This is what I got... "XP Antivirus" Trojan
    • purple16
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      Hey guys, no, it is no way to be malware and I'm not hacker or whatever :s_biggrin:

      I'm sorry hearing that problem you had.