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/Jan/2013

new development

By: ketchup143 @ 16:56 (EST) / 45 / Comment ( 0 )

I've gotten so sick of bad beats and trying to determine if I'm losing due to these or mostly bad play. Therefore, I have developed a system to help a player see if they are doing well more from skill or from bad luck. After a cash game session or a tournament, you rate how well you played on a scale from 1 to 5, 5 being the best. Then, you rate how much luck you had. This can be how many good starting hands you got, good flops/turns/rivers, etc. Again, it goes 1 to 5 with 5 being the best. You then subtract your skill score from your luck score. You then proceed to give these numbers to any individual opponent and subtract them. Whoever has the lowest score is usually the biggest winner. If not, it was due to bad luck. You obviously had to be a really honest person for this thing to work. I've calculated some of my sessions using this. A score between -1 and 1 is ideal and typical. If you get less than -1, u probably had some bad luck, especially if it's significantly lower than 1. If you get more than 1, you probably need to rethink your strategy, especially if it's significantly higher than 1. Hope this is helpful!

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