rake: SSS vs SnG

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    • slikec
      slikec
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      Joined: 04.02.2008 Posts: 1,155
      Lol i am sure thatplaying 16 tables on NL50 generate at least 3 times more rake than playing 8 tables of 10$ SNGs(if you play normal ones you play them at least 45min. right).
    • slikec
      slikec
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      Joined: 04.02.2008 Posts: 1,155
      Ok i will do little calculations for you :)

      Rake at 10$ SNGs is 1$ so playing lets say 10 is 10$ rake. Lets say you play one round 1 hour.

      Making 10$ rake playing on 16 tables SSS means if poker provider uses MGR means 100$ rake all together on all tables so that falls 10$ on player.

      Now lets calculate how many hands per hour playing 16 tables means- i would say at least 900. So in 900hands 10 players have to make 100$ rake which means all together 2k$ money in pot right?

      Now lets say average pot on NL50 only 5$(we know is at least 10$). 5$*900 is 4500$ in pots or 225$ rake or 22,5$ rake per person.

      This was simple calculation put other numbers in and you get right picture.

      So as i said playing 16 tables SSS NL50 makes at least 3 times rake playing 8 10$ SNGs.

      SNGs are not for making rake fast never was never will be ;)