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bluechip270 09-09-2005 03:22 AM

How many hands do you see in one hr?
 
How many hands do you see in one hr in a live 10 handed ring game at a casino with an automatic shuffler? How many hands do you see in one hr in a live 10 handed ring game online?

Thanks

LetYouDown 09-09-2005 08:51 AM

Re: How many hands do you see in one hr?
 
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live 10 handed ring game online?

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What does this have to do with probability? And what exactly is a "live 10 handed ring game online"?

Mr. Curious 09-09-2005 01:09 PM

Re: How many hands do you see in one hr?
 
This is a better post for the B&M forum, but I'll give you an answer and save you the time:

In a 9 handed Limit game, I see roughly 35 hands per hour.
10 handed, this number drops to about 31 because of the extra time the 10th person adds.

In a 9 handed No Limit game, I see roughly 25 hands per hour.
10 handed, this number drops to about 20 [img]/images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img]



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How many hands do you see in one hr in a live 10 handed ring game online?


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This number is based on the number of tables you are playing. One table == 40 hands, so NumTables x 40 = N total hands played in an hour.

irchans 09-10-2005 09:02 AM

Re: How many hands do you see in one hr?
 
What about online?

09-10-2005 10:47 AM

Re: How many hands do you see in one hr?
 
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How many hands do you see in one hr in a 10 handed ring game online?

Thanks

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This depends on what limit you're playing at, or at least on how many people tend to be seeing the flop at your table. Seemed to be about 45 hands per hour at the .50/1.00 partypoker beginners tables.


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