zagarese wrote: »
My live records entirely correlate with what SplitSuit initially said - I have made about 8.5 big blinds per per hour over the last six years and I have no doubt that I am a good but not spectacular live 1/2 NLHE player.
stocklocke&barrel wrote: »
I've only been tracking my hour rate for three months. I'm mainly a tourney player. 39 hours, of cash $12/hr according to my poker app. How long of a period should I be tracking before jumping levels?
Ry4n0 wrote: »
How does the WR compare between live and online say at 1/2 level.
Doug Hull wrote: »
If we assume there are about 33 hands an hour, this translates to 15BB about every three hours. At 1-2 this is about $10 an hour. At $2-$5 it is $25 an hour. This is a very achievable win rate.
SplitSuit wrote: »
Since it will take years to establish your true-WR in live games (and by the time you finally did get a big enough sample size the game would have evolved from the beginning of your sample - essentially restarting the sample size at some point)
bleedTilt wrote: »
Local room has a $1/$2 that is really soft. But, Rake is 10% ($7 max) +$1 for BBJ over $20. Is this beatable?
Bourbonize wrote: »
I've been playing full-time for about a year now and have done well at 1/2. I'm making $29/hr and people are always saying I should move up to 2/5, but I'd rather sit with the bad 1/2 recs than play with the better players. Is this stupid thinking? I don't think I could accomplish the same win rate at a higher level. If it ain't broke...