Joined: Mar '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 41 (M)
There is not a lot to say. To make an analysis of your game we would need stats and as you know a good sample size. I used to hit 1k on an average day, so in effect I could say today you played.... So, dont worry for now, play a few more K hands and then post, but make sure you include stats. PFR VPIP, ,went to SD, won at SD,position, the game you are playing, FR SH HU? etc etc.(the more the better) Even then TBH all we would be able to determine is if you are LAG TAG etc, but might be able to spot a few leaks. ATM, It looks like you are not one to steal pots, not a lot more to say TBH, passably seeing the river to often, too early to say.
Joined: Jan '10
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 33 (M)
Nothing Volume man, crush the volume and im pretty certain you will crush that level...
* Ok i've just read the rest of the posts, rather than just insta judge/typing i'll say something meaningful and intelligent... :| Super standard, no huge horrible turbo mega life ending swings... you're doing something correctly...keep playing mate...lets skype and volumizer chat it up lol.
pps. Nice cards between 235 and 455 ;p ;p ;p
Edited by shoveandtilt (13 December 2011 @ 01:39 GMT)
If you took 6 days to play that many hands, then your averaging 187 hands per day. If u play 3 tables, that should take about an hr (give or take). A good hand sample should be at least 20,000 hands ( the more the better).
I'm not an expert by any means, but from your small sample, your getting reasonable results for your time and should sustain a small profit.... although just when things look good, variance comes along and kicks u in the ass.
Joined: May '08
Age: 50 (M)
I can only say your playing TAG over 1K hands, but thats just not useable cos thats just 1 hour work for a grinder. On cash use sample like 200K hands for grinders or 50K for non grinders, after that you can say a little bit about graphs but only a littl bit, better use year graph or best lifetime graph.
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 40 (M)
Taking in consideration it’s a small sample, lets analyse it in %, making your 1,000 hands equals to 100%. So I have a question for you: Big loss between had 900 and 950. What happened? You put your younger brother in front of the PC while you were out to dinner or what? You have a 5% of the sample representing more more than half f your losses. You are a winner, but still you have moments that your game isn’t coherent, which makes you a small winner. If you manage to take out your younger brother from your game, you can think about plo as your hobby moneybox!