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EV Adjusted meaning in Holdem manager - Sat May 12, 2012, 05:57 AM
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I know it has something to do with EV adjustment when i was all in through these hands but a good explanation would be helpful understand how this works and how is this useful for me when analyzing my game.

 
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Sat May 12, 2012, 12:07 PM
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Sat May 12, 2012, 04:33 PM
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It pretty much shows you what your profit (or loss) would be if you ran at perfect EV. Let's say that you're in a pot of $100, all in preflop, and you have AA against KK, then the EV adjusted number will show $82, because that's your equity in the pot when you went all in.

It can be useful sometimes because it will show you if you got your money in good or bad. If you're down two buyins but the EV adjusted graph shows that you should be up one buyin (or whatever), you know you got your money in good. Just note that this is all your hands combined for that specific session (or whatever filter you have applied).

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Sun May 13, 2012, 06:19 PM
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Thanks for a quick response Feskprins, this is exactly what i thought it was... Pretty obvious but i want to make sure i am reading the numbers right.

So in the above chart i have shown, is it ok to assume that i got my money in really good in the 30 NL 668 hands i have played and its just i ran bad?
 
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Mon May 21, 2012, 09:08 AM
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Originally Posted by mohitmadaan View Post
Thanks for a quick response Feskprins, this is exactly what i thought it was... Pretty obvious but i want to make sure i am reading the numbers right.

So in the above chart i have shown, is it ok to assume that i got my money in really good in the 30 NL 668 hands i have played and its just i ran bad?
Yes, I would think so. 668 hands is also a very small sample size, so you're just on the bad side of variance.

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