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die_rich88
09-23-2005, 08:05 PM
how is it calucated?

09-23-2005, 09:17 PM
I believe its the number of BB you have won over a 100hand span...like if your playing \$1/\$2 and you win \$20 in 100hands than your BB/100 would be 10BB/100hands...

UATrewqaz
09-24-2005, 01:07 AM
And like any average it means alot more over a larger sample size.

AKA having a win rate of 2 BB/100 over 1000 hands does nto mean much, having that same 2 BB/100 win rate over 10,000 means alot more, having that 2 BB/100 win rate over 100,000 means a great deal.

09-24-2005, 03:37 AM
following on from this question, if i may.

is this the profit per hands, or the number of hands won?

ie if i always played on a \$1/£2 table and my bb was 3/100, is that me saying that per 100 hands i tend to win \$103 IN TOTAL????

09-24-2005, 12:50 PM
correction to my last post. It should of read:

ie if i always played on a \$1/£2 table and my bb was 3/100, is that me saying that per 100 hands i tend to win \$106 IN TOTAL????

09-24-2005, 10:47 PM
sorry, i'm confused... you'd be winning (\$6 - although you mixed pounds and dollars). you say \$106 but are you considering \$100 as your bankroll??? .... i think you know the right answer just not expressing it properly. but yeah, you win 3 big bets an hour so 3x\$2 per hour winning.