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  1-Feb-14, 17:35   #1
Some feedback would be greatly appreciated! 0 
TheIrish77 
Joined: Feb '13
Location: Canada
Age: 38 (M)
Posts: 538
Hey guys,

Just wanted to get some of the veterans opionion's on these stats so far this year.

I have so far been focusing on single table SNG'S mostly 6 seaters this past two weeks and seem to have hit my stride a bit the past day or so.

Any input would be great from any of the members here as i would love to get soe feedback from one and all.

These are my Party poker stats for january and today.

Games Played: 169
Total Winnings: $941.04
Avg. Buy-In: $5.15
Biggest Buy-in: $10.00
ITM %: 51
Total Profit:$70.54
Average Profit:$0.42
Average ROI %:8
First: 43
Second: 28
Third: 25
Early Finishes %: 27.2
Early Middle Finishes %: 16
Middle Finishes %: 14.8
Middle Late Finishes %: 16.6
Late Finishes %: 25.4

     
  1-Feb-14, 18:32   #2
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Peppylicious 

Joined: Jan '14
Location: Netherlands
Age: 33 (M)
Posts: 7
My advice is you start tourneys a litte on the loose/agressive side.. (offcourse pays off later when u have a good stack when the blinds go up).
Besides that it looks like ur either pretty good at heads up (or have massiv stack when it starts).
Starting ur game playing less hand should get u in top 3 in atleast 75 pct of the times (instead of 50)

Offcourse when looking at your profits theres nothing to be worried about, and maybe you favor getting good stack early in the game wich explains ur high amount of 1st places when u make top 3

Keep up the good work and offcourse keep checkin ur stats so u can improve ur game! Main thing is to have fun tho!

Kind regards, Patrick

J-Rome737 (Pokerstars) TripperQQ (Partypoker) i never play PP tho haha

     
  1-Feb-14, 18:50   #3
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mahdrof 

Joined: Nov '09
Location: Canada
Age: 47 (M)
Posts: 2367
I sometimes play these levels of BI for 6 seaters on other sites, and at those BIs you are starting to encounter some pretty good players, so to be profitable is already good. I don't know how long you have been playing, but some good grinders at those levels that I looked up are at the 20% ROI level. Hope that helps

     
  1-Feb-14, 19:30   #4
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TheIrish77 
Joined: Feb '13
Location: Canada
Age: 38 (M)
Posts: 538
Thanks Mahdrof.

That's what i was looking for some info on ROI and profits.

If 20 percent is for the good players i certainly have alot of work to do.

I seem to be hitting a really comfortable zone on this type of buy-in. We'll see how it goes next week as i dont have much time this weekend, being that it is the weekend and all.

I think i may post this type of update daily to get some sort of reference to how my play Improves/deteriorates.

Thanks for the feedback guys and keep it coming.

Good luck ladies and gents.

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Posted by Peppylicious:
My advice is you start tourneys a litte on the loose/agressive side.. (offcourse pays off later when u have a good stack when the blinds go up).
Besides that it looks like ur either pretty good at heads up (or have massiv stack when it starts).
Starting ur game playing less hand should get u in top 3 in atleast 75 pct of the times (instead of 50)

Offcourse when looking at your profits theres nothing to be worried about, and maybe you favor getting good stack early in the game wich explains ur high amount of 1st places when u make top 3



Keep up the good work and offcourse keep checkin ur stats so u can improve ur game! Main thing is to have fun tho!

Kind regards, Patrick

J-Rome737 (Pokerstars) TripperQQ (Partypoker) i never play PP tho haha


Thanks Peppy.

I do tend to play very/overly aggressive early to build the stack up and it certtainly does'nt hurt to have chips ealry on.

Once i have achips i am pretty good at keeping them or incresing the stack.

I won a SNG 6man hyper turbo, i was down to my last 44 chips heads-up to his 2956.

Somehow won like 8 straight pushes. and then a few hands later ghot all his chips.

Edited by TheIrish77 (Saturday, February 01, 2014 @ 19:35 GMT)


     
  2-Feb-14, 07:39   #5
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doomdy 

Joined: May '08
Location: Netherlands
Age: 46 (M)
Posts: 6197
Average game $5 with 8% roi is fine.
Remember that most players are losing players only 5% makes profit so your doin fine.
A good player will have a roi 15/20% on $5 games sometin like that.

You played 169 games, remember thats only a very small sample so dowswings can really put you down.

Anyway goodluck Thumbs Up

     
  3-Feb-14, 10:01   #6
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doubletop777 
Joined: Mar '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 47 (M)
Posts: 5529
You seem to be doing allright in these events and anytime you can make a profit there cant be many things you are doing wrong. I would keep playing like you are and you will definitely pick little things up to improve your game and you will make even more money

     
  3-Feb-14, 19:25   #7
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TheIrish77 
Joined: Feb '13
Location: Canada
Age: 38 (M)
Posts: 538
Hey guys just wanted to post a more up to date stat from pokerpromlabs.

All the feedback was great and i feel like im really using all the advice from thgis site to my advantage.

This is my second posting first was from Saturday. didnt play much over the weekend but have seen some improvements so far.

My ROI % Has risen from 8% - 10 % in a short time and my profit up from 70.54$ - 96.70$

When i play well i ussualy win alot of these 6 man sng's. If i don't play well i'm almost the first one out alot of the time. A little to helter skelter for my liking.

More feedback would be awesome!

Later boys and grls and good luck out there.

     
  4-Feb-14, 17:16   #8
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BeMyATMplz 
Joined: Feb '11
Location: Germany
Age: 23 (M)
Posts: 1854
The stats are meaningless at that samplesize. It can easily still shift down towards negative ROI over the long run. Anything under 1000 SNGs played there isn't much we should say about the stats and below that there also isn't much you should think about your results.
Even if you had -20% ROI over that sample,you could also easily be a longterm winner.
So no matter what results you're getting over 169 SNGs,it's not enough to determine what is gonna be your longterm ROI or $/game and thus it shouldn't even be considered.

     
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