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Too bad it is not real... - Tue May 08, 2012, 05:12 AM
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Since: Aug 2010
Posts: 3,145
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I decided to try fiddling around with some play money Zoom. Here are the results of my 5 sessions so far:


Session #1 Play money Zoom:

5/10 play chip Zoom Poker.

201 Hands, approximately 40 minutes of play.

Sat with 1000
Left with 31,504

+30,504
(1488 BB/100 hands)

Stats:

- 11 out of 21 times while in the BB (52%) [I was not calling raises from the BB, they were just limping that much!]
- 2 out of 21 times in the SB (9%) [Both times were small pp in cheap pots to set mine]
- 20 out of 159 in other positions (12%)
- a total of 33 out of 201 (16%)

Pots won at showdown: 17 of 19 (89%)
Pots won without showdown: 3


Session #2 Play money Zoom:

100/200 play chip Zoom Poker

200 Hands, approximately 40 mintues of play.

Sat with 20,000
Left with 119,235

+ 99,235
(248.0875 BB/100 hands)

Stats:

- 13 out of 21 times while in the BB (61%) [Still a lot of limpy/lookie types]
- 4 out of 23 times in the SB (17%) [Caught AK and AQ in the SB.]
- 21 out of 156 in other positions (13%)
- a total of 38 out of 200 (19%)

Pots won at showdown: 9 of 16 (56%)
Pots won without showdown: 14


Session #3 Play money Zoom:

100/200 play chip Zoom Poker

200 Hands, approximately 40 mintues of play.

Sat with 20,000
Left with 82,190

+ 62,190
(151.683 BB/100 hands)

Stats:

- 10 out of 22 times while in the BB (45%)
- 8 out of 22 times in the SB (36%)
- 33 out of 157 in other positions (21%)
- a total of 51 out of 201 (25%)

Pots won at showdown: 7 of 16 (43%)
Pots won without showdown: 20


Session #4 Play money Zoom:

100/200 play chip Zoom Poker

200 Hands, approximately 40 mintues of play.

Sat with 20,000
Stacked off 20,000 (flopped set lost to a gut shot hit)
Stacked off 20,000 (KK lost to 88 all in pre flop)

Total invested = 60,000

Left with 227,390

+ 167,390
(418.475 BB/100 hands)

Won a monster 90k pot when I got to see a flop with JTs from BB 6 way, and flopped top 2. Got 3 all in callers.

Stats:

- 14 out of 22 times while in the BB (63%)
- 3 out of 24 times in the SB (12%)
- 21 out of 154 in other positions (13%)
- a total of 38 out of 200 (19%)

Pots won at showdown: 9 of 15 (60%)
Pots won without showdown: 14


Session #5 Play money Zoom:

100/200 play chip Zoom Poker

200 Hands, approximately 40 mintues of play.

Sat with 20,000
Stacked off 20,000 (had a 120k+ stack with 9 hands left, got all in on top set on the flop, and lost to a gut shot straight draw; was all in vs a flush draw and the GS)

Total invested = 40,000

Left with 63,320
(Caught AA and tripled on 198th hand :-))

+ 23,320
(58.3 BB/100 hands)

Stats:

- 10 out of 23 times while in the BB (43%)
- 5 out of 21 times in the SB (23%)
- 19 out of 156 in other positions (12%)
- a total of 34 out of 200 (17%)

Pots won at showdown: 9 of 15 (60%)
Pots won without showdown: 15





Total for 5 x ~200 hand sessions:

Profit = 382,639 over 1002 hands

Stats:

- 58 out of 109 times while in the BB (53%)
- 22 out of 111 times in the SB (20%)
- 114 out of 782 in other positions (15%)
- a total of 194 out of 1002 (19%)

Pots won at showdown: 42 of 81 (52%)
Pots won without showdown: 66


Weighted Average BB/100 hands: 473.7754 BB/100 hands.

20.07% of play = 1488 BB/100 (298.6416)
19.98% of play = 248.0875 BB/100 (49.5679)
19.98% of play = 58.3 BB/100 (11.6483)
19.98% of play = 418.475 BB/100 (83.6113)
19.98% of play = 151.683 BB/100 (30.3063)


Can you beat that?

I bet someone out there can!


Double Bracelet Winner
 
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Tue May 08, 2012, 11:01 AM
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Since: Oct 2010
Posts: 4,717


Great Profit
 
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Tue May 08, 2012, 11:49 AM
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Since: Feb 2011
Posts: 489
For me this just goes to show how poor the play at the play money is, how easy it is to earn play money from and why you should never use it as practice for real money games. Just such low quality, bet anything with anything players. Still, can be good fun on occasion, though.
 

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