quick question about rake

    • farbwenz
      farbwenz
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      Joined: 01.01.2010 Posts: 359
      If a player goes all-in preflop with 100bb, and 10% rake go to the poker room, what equity will I need to call with 100 bb?

      Is it right that 20 bb will be service fee? The rake cap at party lies at .50$, so in NL2 rake won't be affected by that if both players are only fullstacked ((2*2$)*10% = 0.4$). So, in order to win money, what equity do I need?
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    • farbwenz
      farbwenz
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      Joined: 01.01.2010 Posts: 359
      mhh no answers. Is the question so stupid that noone wants to answer, or is it completely irrelevant for a different reason which i do not get? :f_confused:


      I came to the result of 56%, whenever the cap is not reached, because we are going to play for 180 bb, and when we win with 56% we get in 100 hands:

      56 * 80bb = +4480
      44 * -100bb = -4400

      Is this kind of calculation correct? It would mean that we can only call a preflop push when we are ahead by 56%. When we put money into the pot (i.e. our bet gets raised) we can obv. do with less equity, and when we play for more than 250 bb (on NL2, party poker) the needed equity also decreases because we reach the cap of 50% rake.
    • martins1337
      martins1337
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      Joined: 07.06.2009 Posts: 272
      EV = Equity * (Win + Investment) - Investment
      "Win" stands for any money that you can win, "Investment" is the amount that you have to pay to get a chance to win.

      http://www.pokerstrategy.com/strategy/bss/1719/2/
      This should help.