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Big Blinds won per 100 hands - Thu Jul 12, 2012, 11:21 PM
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Hi all from now on I will use bb/100.

So I have started to Grind and did some research. It boiled down to anything over 1bb/100 is good 4 is great and 10 is "HOLY MOOSE" thats good.

then I read Sandtrap777's blog and he is kicking some butt at between 1-3 bb/100.

see here

http://www.pokerschoolonline.com/for...2-goals/page10 Post #93

so thoughts /http://www.pokerschoolonline.com/forum/showthread.php?38383-Sandtrap777-2012-goals/page10

so i would love to hear thought / personal experiences over a large sample size what is a good bb/100 at 1/2 nl
5/10 nl
25/50 nl

What kind of drop in bb/100 should you expect as you add tables. (ie am i better sticking with 6 tables or is the drop off low enough to make a move up better?)

thanks

Grade b


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Fri Jul 13, 2012, 12:43 AM
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Here are my stats for 2012

2NL 1,865 hands 31.54 BB/100
5NL 5,554 hands 5.84 BB/100
10NL 36,539 hands 0.82 BB/100
25NL 95,361 hands 2.77 BB/100
50NL 17,125 hands 1.90 BB/100

156,384 hands 2.64 BB/100

I would say that anything over 1 BB/100 is what you should aim for
Yes the more tables you play the lower the BB gets
I think that there's also a difference in BB in playing 6 max or full ring
Not sure, but I think the bigger the NL the higher the BB

Probably Dave can help here
 
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Fri Jul 13, 2012, 08:52 AM
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Hi Sandtrap777,

Thanks for that. Looking solly at your stats there it would appear that you would be better off staying at 1/2 c level rather than playing 2/5

34.52*2=63.08 per 100

against

5.84 * 5 = 29.2 cents


0.89 * 10 = 8.2

2.77*25 = 69.25


Now i know one of the reasons (as its in your blog) for this and did wonder about this at the time.

Also i note that you did not try the new 8/16 level was their a reason or you just had missed it?

Grade b


I am always ready to learn although I do not always like being taught. ~Winston Churchill

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Fri Jul 13, 2012, 10:29 AM
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The 2NL and the 5NL were played during the challenge and at ZOOM only
I started my goals at 10NL since I had the bankroll for it

As for the 16NL, at that time I didn't know it existed
 

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