How much ROI is needed to "beat the limit"

    • BogdanMarin69
      BogdanMarin69
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      I currently play 45man sng on stars, normal speed. Right now I know I'm beating the 0.25$ limit because my ROI for the last 30days 385 games in +95% with 30%itm. My bankroll now supports the 45man 1$ sng... so please tell me what is considered a good ROI for that limit.
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    • grindtolive
      grindtolive
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      Joined: 12.03.2012 Posts: 468
      obviously you run good i think you have to play more than 10k games to know if you can beat it.I dont know for roi though
    • kurrkabin
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      Joined: 12.10.2010 Posts: 5,976
      Hi, BogdanMarin69!


      I will just move your thread to tournament discussion forum where MT SnGs with more than 27 players belong. Our specialists will be able to help you more there : )

      Cheers,
      Kurrkabin
    • Asaban
      Asaban
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      Hi BogdanMarin and welcome to the tournament strategy forums.

      The most important information is the samplesize. If you beat the 0,25$ 45men MTSNG's on a big sample size you beat the limit for sure. The ROI doesn't matter that much as long as it is positive. Since the difference between the two limits shouldn't be that big I would suggest to move up as soon as you got the bankroll (~100$ for 1$ 45men would be my suggestion). If you want to know exactly if you beat these MTSNG's you will have to play at least 1k tournaments. If you play less the variance might influence the results extremely.

      Regards,
      Asaban
    • Andyuk18
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      Well technically any ROI above 0 means you are beating the limit. Higher ROI is achievable in the non turbos depending how big your edge is. I guess ~40% ROI may be maintained if you are really good. 20% ROI for the $1 reg speeds is pretty solid although they are soft enough to achieve double that over a good sample.

      I'm not sure what your goals are but if you want to make a decent income from poker you really need to switch to turbos. You'll need to study a lot and adapt to the turbo format before switching though!
    • sugalde
      sugalde
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      What Bankroll would you guys suggest for $1.50 45 man turbos ?
    • Asaban
      Asaban
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      I would suggest at least 100$. The more the better.

      Regards,
      Asaban