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  20-May-13, 16:24   #1
24 Hour 360 Man Turbo Challenge Results... 0 
yout85 
Joined: May '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 31 (M)
Posts: 2016
From 9:30am UK time, Saturday 18th May 2013 to 09:30am UK time, Sunday 19th May 2013, I registered in and played every $0.10 360 Man, Turbo SNG on PokerStars... Here are the results and some of my thoughts....

Total time played: 24 hours, 57 minutes
Total tournaments played: 236
Total ITM finishes: 49
ITM: 20.76%
Final tables: 12
Best finish: 2nd ($4.86)
Worst finish: 359th
Average finish: 114th
Total buy-ins: $23.60
Total prizes: $37.28
Total profit: $13.68
Average profit: $0.058 per game


I've had to manually work out these stats, as I don't have a Poker Tracker style program. I'm thinking it'll be interesting to do something like this again when I do have, to get a whole load more interesting stats... All details behind these stats can be found at officialpokerrankings or pokerprolabs.

Before starting, I thought in the last few hours I'd be struggling to stay awake and my results would worsen. But that didn't exactly happen - I felt I could've gone on for a few hours more once the time was up - the tiredness wasn't a major problem. My results were fairly steady throughout, although they did slightly worsen as I went on, it wasn't enough to suggest it was tiredness that was causing the decline.

If anyone has any questions or comments, I'll be more than happy to answer, so let me know Smile

Yout


     
  20-May-13, 18:16   #2
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kirbsuk83 
Joined: Mar '13
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 33 (M)
Posts: 33
Great effort and in all honesty im surprised you turned a profit playing those shove fests so very well played.

Why not repeat the challenge at the .25 cent 90 or 45 man sngs. I think you could turn a reasonable profit on those.

Did you have any major up or down swings during the 24 hour period?

What were your tactics? did you just wait for big hands or were you playing a fairly loose game?


     
  20-May-13, 18:32   #3
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yout85 
Joined: May '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 31 (M)
Posts: 2016
Hi kirbsuk...

I'm thinking the $0.25 90 man tournies will be my next challenge, but I'm undecided as yet.

As for swings, there weren't many at all. At my lowest point, around 2 hours in, I was down $1.40. At my highest point I was up $15.10 around 2 hours from the end. The ups and downs in the middle were fairly consistent.

My tactics were to play very tight with my starting hands, and aggressive when I had good hands. I avoided playing small suited connectors and hands like KJ to avoid any tough decisions later on. I tried to avoid calling with good hands preflop, favouring a raise or fold strategy. So for example, i would raise AQ preflop, but would fold if facing a raise so i knew if facing a flop with AQ that I had raised and should follow up bet. Basically tried to keep things as simple as possible.

     
  20-May-13, 19:23   #4
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Macubaas 
Joined: Apr '11
Location: Romania
Age: 27 (M)
Posts: 6668
Really interesting challenge if you ask me and also very well documented considering you did not had a tracking software Smile

I think you did this challenge more for yourself, i mean on a long term this is not a profitable style of play for sure, probably except Boku Big Smile

     
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