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Cowboys 25/45 summary and new challenge - Tue May 03, 2011, 11:13 AM
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For all of those that followed this challenge which was to play 1000 $.25 x 45 man games in 3 months or less and encouraged me on I greatly thank you. I was never close to quitting but was discouraged for sure by the variance going 3 diff times 20 straight games with no cashes!

Here is a summary per 100 games and my goal was to beat my 100 games challenge each time. I succeeded 6 times in doing that and the new record for 100 games is $43.90 of profit as follows.

set 1. $25 into $42.29 = $17.29 profit and 69.16% roi
set 2. $25 into $44.71 = $19.71 profit and 78.84% roi
set 3. $25 into $50.15 = $25.15 profit and 100.6% roi
set 4. $25 into $36.57 = $11.57 profit and 46.28% roi
set 5. $25 into $39.11 = $14.11 profit and 56.44% roi
set 6. $25 into $25.81 = $ .81 profit and 3.24% roi
set 7. $25 into $27.19 = $ 2.19 profit and 8.76% roi
set 8. $25 into $40.00 = $15.00 profit and 60.00% roi
set 9. $25 into $21.86 = $- 3.14 loss and -12.56% roi
set 10. $25 into $29.15 = $4.19 profit and 16.6% roi

Over all I ran into my last 500 games of sick variance but came out about $8 less than i wanted to which was $12 profit per hundo games.

Anyone up to take on this challenge I am open to prop bets.

PS. I ran into some very good players you may recognise at this level and they are to name a few
Eriksgaida, gusivan, pashok9073, the maquina, romet6, hefest19 is a sicko

PSS yes i am bragging thank you! LOL

Gidee Up!


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Tue May 03, 2011, 12:29 PM
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I've been playing the .55 cent 45 man turbos lately, and they seem softer to me than the 25 cent regulars. I seem to get to the final table way more often in these, maybe you should move up to those and give them a try, see if you can make even more profit on them.
 
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Tue May 03, 2011, 01:04 PM
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Dude we may both regret this!

Gidee Up!

 
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Tue May 03, 2011, 08:25 PM
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Originally Posted by 19honu62 View Post
For all of those that followed this challenge which was to play 1000 $.25 x 45 man games in 3 months or less and encouraged me on I greatly thank you. I was never close to quitting but was discouraged for sure by the variance going 3 diff times 20 straight games with no cashes!

Here is a summary per 100 games and my goal was to beat my 100 games challenge each time. I succeeded 6 times in doing that and the new record for 100 games is $43.90 of profit as follows.

set 1. $25 into $42.29 = $17.29 profit and 69.16% roi
set 2. $25 into $44.71 = $19.71 profit and 78.84% roi
set 3. $25 into $50.15 = $25.15 profit and 100.6% roi
set 4. $25 into $36.57 = $11.57 profit and 46.28% roi
set 5. $25 into $39.11 = $14.11 profit and 56.44% roi
set 6. $25 into $25.81 = $ .81 profit and 3.24% roi
set 7. $25 into $27.19 = $ 2.19 profit and 8.76% roi
set 8. $25 into $40.00 = $15.00 profit and 60.00% roi
set 9. $25 into $21.86 = $- 3.14 loss and -12.56% roi
set 10. $25 into $29.15 = $4.19 profit and 16.6% roi

Over all I ran into my last 500 games of sick variance but came out about $8 less than i wanted to which was $12 profit per hundo games.

Anyone up to take on this challenge I am open to prop bets.

PS. I ran into some very good players you may recognise at this level and they are to name a few
Eriksgaida, gusivan, pashok9073, the maquina, romet6, hefest19 is a sicko

PSS yes i am bragging thank you! LOL

Gidee Up!

Way to push through on that last 500.

Yep gusivan and hefest19 are very tough. Papa Tomato is another in these that I have mad respect for. ArchFish as well but hadn't seen him in a while before we Yanks were stoned here on Stars.

Man I'd play a thousand of the .02 Hyper Turbo Mega-Donkathons if we could just play on here again.
 
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Wed May 04, 2011, 12:59 PM
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ArchFish is a regular in the 55 cent 45-man turbos, so maybe he moved up from the 25 cent..
 
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Fri May 06, 2011, 05:33 AM
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Posts: 467
I've just got Hold'em manager up and running again. After loading all my 2011 hands it's telling me I much better than I thought I was. Much, much better.

It's telling me that in 2011 I played 93 $0.25 45's and have a ROI of 213.7 and a ITM figure 51.6. This, I know, is not right.

19honu62, I've read a post somewhere when you talk of sharkscope? Are you subscibed to this site? Or anyone else? I've tried to check myself, but can not refine the seach to check my true stats in these tournies.

If anyone can check my numbers for me I'd be thankful. Happy to have them posted here. I can take the embarassment.

If not I'll be forced to except HM numbers, play another 7 and say I've kicked your butt. All be it over a much longer period.

Anybody got any idea why HM is messing up my numbers? I had to retrieve my hand historys from PT3's processed hands file. Could this be something to do with it?

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