u prolly also need to consider BRM when looking at this...

for example, lets do some math!

**6max FL**

.5/1 FL = 0.2VPP/hand

if we assume a FL player could 8 table this, then thats an avg of 480 hands/hour = 96VPP/hour

a conservative BR would be somthing like 500BB, so $500

if we treat VPP kinda like interest, ignoring win/loss, we can say that we have a Bankroll/VPP rate of 0.192

**Full Ring NL BSS**

BSS for BR of $500

NL10 = 50BI

NL10 = 0.06VPP/hand

8 tables = 480 hands/hour = 28.8VPP/hour

Bankroll/VPP rate = 0.0576

**6max NL SSS**

NL50 = 50BI

NL50 = 0.18VPP/hand

however, we can assume that a good SSS player can play say, 12 tables at once... therefore 960 hands/hour = 172VPP/hour

Bankroll/VPP rate = 0.3456

**SNG**

$10+1 SNG = 50BI

12 tabling = avg 18 games/hour (this is based on a very small sample, anyone clarify average time for a normal sng, or hourly rate of sngs? assuming u open a new table when u bust on one)

18 games/hour = $18 in rake

$18 in rake = 99 VPP/hour

Bankroll/VPP rate = 0.198

*Conclusion: Based on these numbers, for a VPP whore, you should be learning to multitable as much as possible, and playing SSS*