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Old 12-27-2005, 01:10 PM
O Doyle Rules O Doyle Rules is offline
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Default Win a Porsche in 2 1/2 years playing 20 hours a week?

I kinda figured this in the Stars FPP per hour thread, but I couldn't get it out of my mind so I thought I would figure it a little more closely.

From that thread, I figured you would earn 360 FPPs an hour if you eight table the $3/$6 SH game. If you play 20 hours a week, you would hit SuperNova in 14 weeks.

Now on to some more specific Porsche calculations:

You would hit Platinum in 28 hours, so for the sake of this example, your FPPs would start accumulating for the Porsche 2.5 times faster after one week. (900 FPPs per hour) Which means after 14 weeks, you would have approximately 250,000 FPPs. For the balance of the year you are now earning FPPs 3.5 times faster which means you earn 1,260 FPP per hour, which means you earn another 958,000 FPPs for the balance of the year, This brings your grand total to 1.2 million FPPs per year, 100,000 FPP per month basically, so it would take you 2 1/2 years to win a $ 60,000 Porsche 8-tabling $3/$56 SH for 20 hours a week. (If a person could stand 8 tabling full time, 40+ hours a week, it would be possible to win one in a year!)

Amazing.....

(And please someone correct me if my calculations are way off, as anyone that plays poker with me knows my math skils aren't that great)
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Old 12-27-2005, 01:21 PM
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Default Re: Win a Porsche in 2 1/2 years playing 20 hours a week?

When you did your True challenge, did you 8-table shorthanded games? Or did you have full ring mixed in?

8 6-max games is a LOT to handle.
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Old 12-27-2005, 01:22 PM
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Has anyone done this sort of calculation for playing SNGs?

I'm assuming here that Platinum status racks up FPPs for SNGs at same multiple as for ring games.
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Old 12-27-2005, 01:24 PM
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Default Re: Win a Porsche in 2 1/2 years playing 20 hours a week?

O Doyle,

It looks like you are leaving out the multipliers for silver and gold status that you accrue on the way to platinum.

My hungover calculations look like this (assuming 8-tabling $3-6 short for 360 FPPs/hour at the normal rate):

4.16 hours to hit Silver Status
11 hours to hit Gold Status
28 hours to hit Platinum (agreed)
280 hours to hit Supernova (agreed)

Accrual:

For the first 4 hours of play, 1500 FPPS.
For the next 7 hours, = 2500x1.5 = 3,750 FPPs.
For the next 17 hours = 6000x2 = 12,000 FPPs. (we are now platinum).

For the time we are platinum until we hit supernova (assuming we remain platinum), we get 90,000x2.5 =225,000 FPPs.

We have 242,250 when we hit Supernova.

So yes, your calculations look good. Thanks.
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Old 12-27-2005, 01:29 PM
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Default Re: Win a Porsche in 2 1/2 years playing 20 hours a week?

I thought the max number of tables at Stars was 5.

has this changed?


Also - if your calcs are correct then it looks like $480/wk you are earning (125 wks) or $24 an hour.

So it's only $3/hr (or 0.5BB/hr) per table.

Long road to make it to $60k.
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Old 12-27-2005, 01:44 PM
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Bob,

It's either 8 or 10 tables now (since Party upped their limit).
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Old 12-27-2005, 01:50 PM
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Default Re: Win a Porsche in 2 1/2 years playing 20 hours a week?

"8 6-max games is a LOT to handle."


This is especially true at Stars where the hands come pretty fast i believe (especially on the high-speed tables).


ODoyle was mixing full with short I think while 8-tabling.

Did he also mix limit with no-limit as well?? That's a bit crazy for 8-tabling while super-duper tired.
Action goes a little bit slower at True though.
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Old 12-27-2005, 02:14 PM
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To Something Clever and MicroBob,

I 8 tabled whatever was avalable at True, so I did play alot of tables short handed even if they were full ring game tables. I also mixed limit and NL.

However,

There is no way I would contemplate doing this, (Official race to see who wins a Porsche first? Who's up for it?)

I acutally lost a little money doing the True challenge, around $ 300 comes to mind, so to think I could even play breakeven poker playing 8 tables of SH for 40 hours a week would be crazy.

Yea, if someone else wants bragging rights as the first person to win a porsche in less than a year, they can have it, as I think it will take a better man (or woman) than me.
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Old 12-27-2005, 02:20 PM
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this is one of those insane marathon type things that I will actually NOT be participating in.

A Porche (or other fancy car) doesn't interest me.
I want the major tourney events.
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Old 12-27-2005, 02:26 PM
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Speaking of races, I think Stars should give a little bonus of some kind to make supernova and have a leaderboard and all that kind of crap.

It would add a little entertainment to January methinks.
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