*Originally posted by jdsdog10*

Thanks alot for your participation!

I will have to tweak that out. That is actually one of my pet peeves when it comes to surveys, when the answer you want to put down is right in between the two offered answers. I will have to either add a couple more options, or either add an extra option where you can type in the result.

Thanks for the tip!

Cheers

Nice easy survey format

Couple of things:

Q1 Assumes poker player understands his own range as a fraction, usually understanding would be % This will vary by game type, the answers you get cannot be compared to each other unless in the same game.

Q2. Player who monitor or are aware of their own PFR will understand it in term of %,

Q3. The old sliding self qualifying scale. Players who know their aggression rate will be able to give an accurate figure for the game they play

Q4 Not sure Y you have 3 calculus choices, why not add trigonometry and imaginary numbers for their irrelevance to poker (unless you are after knowledge of broader concepts.

Later adds, integral calculus, differential calculus and for me calculus and analytical geometry was my third class.
Q5. some player will understand mathematical concepts in many ways you have not presented eg draw odds, outs, roi bb/100 etc, equity, opportunity

Last question

The answer to this question gives different values depending on game format played eg 55/50 tournaments might give 55% (losing player) and 1 in 10,000 (won one world poker championship) Many player will know their ROI however, this is a mathematical concept that will give you a consistent answer across many game types, unlike the ones you have chosen to use.

Hope that helps

Regards Michael.

Ps It is usually the responsibility of the surveyor to report back findings to participants

If this is not possible the future owner of the data should be identified.