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100k hands, 35 stacks below equity

    • Diedobal
      Joined: 07.10.2007 Posts: 558
      Allin luck in $, 800$ below equity

      in BB: equity: 3400 BB, actual winnings 1700 BB: difference 1700BB = 34 stacks

      This is for my first 100k hands on Ipoker. 10k nl10, 80k nl20 & 10k nl50. On nl50 I had 10 stacks below equity on those 10k hands.

      Remarkable beats of today for full stacks, 700 hands session:

      AA vs K9 allin on 9742 board, river 9.
      44 vs KQ vs K9 on KQ4 flop. 270bb pot. Q river
      QQ set vs K9 flushdraw caller allin on turn. flush hits
      AA vs 33 who reraises on KQx board. turn 3

      and ended my session with a cooler 150bb vs 150bb
      QQ vs AA turn allin on AQ7x board.

      I know beats are likely to happen in poker but I just get atleast one 5 outer against every 1000 hands when I'm allin.

      cheer me up :(
  • 3 replies
    • justkyle88
      Joined: 07.05.2008 Posts: 7,613
      Those are some sucky beats.
      What do you mean by "below equity"?

      And as for cheering you up, I've been sick for the past 5 days...Feel any better? :D
    • SonicXT
      Joined: 15.06.2007 Posts: 4,736

      My first 100k hands, lost 2bb/100 with bad luck. This graph was posted exactly 45 pokerdays ago (excluding the 10 week break I took)
      Nevertheless, still progressing and I passed the 10000 $ lifetime winnings mark a few days ago. I was not all unlucky as you, but ok ... that's not the point now.

      Luck can change around fast, and progress, albeit slower than equity would imply, is still progress after all... keep going :)
    • PocketAcesJohn
      Joined: 19.06.2008 Posts: 1,120
      remember "EXPECTED" is the key word.

      sometimes you just get a bad beat...

      i think maybe the fact that diffrent limits are involved
      is a contibution aswell.

      you may win all your smaller all-ins but if the big ones
      let you down then.....