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At NL10 I would expect at least 5 BB/100, because opponents are soo bad most of the time. At the moment I have myself 14.80 BB/100, but I expect it to shrink a bit, as my $EV is lower than my profit there
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It means, that I won more that I will in a long run. If you win 3 coinflips in a row, your profit from those 3 coinflips is bigger than it should be, because if it is (lets say) exact coinflip, you should win only half of them.

So it means I won more than a fair share of all-in situations
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Originally posted by dzejkej
It means, that I won more that I will in a long run. If you win 3 coinflips in a row, your profit from those 3 coinflips is bigger than it should be, because if it is (lets say) exact coinflip, you should win only half of them.

So it means I won more than a fair share of all-in situations
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Thanx..........does Elephant for example give you this info, or how do you work it out your EV?

I'm using holde manager that is providing "All-in EV Adjusted $" statistics. It basically represents my fair share of the all-in pot based on the winning odds of my hand against opponents.

Originally posted by Maniatrix
I guess it depends where you are playing. At Mansion I would not be suprised if 3.5 was considered a good winrate, since Mansion is rock garden.

You are right..........i make more on Stars (shooting fish in a barrel) than on Titan, but Elephant does not work on Stars for me, so I play Titan cos I'm tracked there by PS and can see my stats on Elephant.

Nl10 SH win rate for me (sample size 19659 hands) is 4.57 BB/100 on stars.
Higher is achievable since I had a downswing because of some errors, variance and tilt of 6BI over 2 days.

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@tytyty2121
The numbers are not indeed low.The players are talking about a large enough number of hands.
I have no idea how many tables and how many hours you played during the last 10 days,but its never a long enough period to determine your true winrate, as its so variance heavy.I would say a true winrate can be determined after at least 100-150k hands at a certain limit.And thats a lot of hands for most of the players, and hopefully you wont even be playing NL10 that long.So dont worry about your winrate, play your game, post your hands for evauation, join coachings and think about a poker software to track your hands.
Good luck!

Well, Pokerstrategy offers "elephant" - its free during a month, then, if you have made 1000 strategy points, they give you the license for free also.
Alternatives are Poker tracker/Holdem Manager, which also have 1 month trials and then you can buy/pirate them
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Or just stick to PT3, because lets be honest, PT > elephant.
And 1-4bb/100 is quite good steady winrate.
If you expected instant heavy winning (ie. 40bb/100) then sorry to dissapoint you, but cash games are more like grind.
If you like the thrill of big wins, try tounraments. Altho they won't give you more $/hr, u will get that OOMPH prize from time to time ;p