Will it increase or decrease hourly VPP for SH? At least they lowered the limits for silver/gold etc..

"PokerStars now offers cash ring games with a new VPP award structure. Tables offering this new award structure include:

* ’1-on-1’ tables for all games

* All ‘6-max’ tables for the following games:

o No Limit Hold’em

o Pot Limit Hold’em

o Pot Limit Omaha

o Pot Limit Omaha Hi/Lo

During the transition period to this new award structure, there will be tables offered which award VPP according to the standard formula, as well as tables that will award VPP as described below. These new tables are temporarily labeled with “newVPP” in the table name.

VPPs at these tables are based on the total rake collected at the table, and the number of players dealt into the hand. Like in tournaments, at these tables 5 VPPs are awarded for each $1.00 in rake collected. The VPPs are then divided equally among the players who were dealt into that hand.

EXAMPLE 1: In a $3/$6 “6 max” No Limit Hold’em game, six players are dealt in, and the rake is $3.00. With $3.00 rake, 15 total VPPs are awarded. Each of the six players dealt into the hand would receive 2.50 VPPs.

EXAMPLE 2: In that same $3/$6 “6 max” No Limit Hold’em game, five players are dealt in and the rake is $2.00. With $2.00 rake, 10 total VPPs are awarded. Each of the five players dealt into the hand would receive 2.00 VPPs.

EXAMPLE 3: In that same $3/$6 “6 max” No Limit Hold’em game, three players are dealt in and the rake is $1.00. With $1.00 rake, 5 total VPPs are awarded. Each of the three players dealt into the hand would receive 1.67 VPPs.

EXAMPLE 4: In a $0.25/$0.50 “6 max” No Limit Hold’em game, with six players dealt in, if the pot size is $6.00, the rake would be $0.30. With $0.30 rake, 1.5 VPP would be awarded. Each of the six players dealt into the hand would receive 0.25 VPPs."