
18.09.2012, 21:09

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This post has been edited 1 time(s), it was last edited by petersveter: 19.09.2012 06:38.
Hello guys.
I already know how the EV line sums up all the expected values in $'s from all the all in situations for every particular tournament. But I am still unsure of what it does when I fold or when my opponent folds, and someone wins the chips without a showdown.
What I am basicly unsure of, is that what happens to EV line when you win the chips when you don't go to a showdown( your opponent folds). Since we take the pot down immidiately, it's as if we took 100% value of those chips, and counted that expected value to all the other expected values in $'s of a particular tournamnet ? And than we have an expected value for a single tournament which is sketched on the graph> and that is then connected to the other tournament and so on and so on and than we have a nice EV girafe?
I think I understand it, I just want to reassure myself.