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    I download poker tracker to check out the graphs. This is a graph i found for all dates
    player: m.bisland <<<<<<<<<<< me obvious
    toutnaments: 134 <<<<<<<<<<<< gotta be how many i played this month
    Net won:$70.18 <<<<<<<<<<<<<<Is this what i have won this month in prizes
    $/Tourney: $0.52 <<<<<<<<<<<<<< dont know
    Days played: 11 <<<<<<<<<<<<obv
    $/Day: $6.38 <<<<<<<<<<<<<<dont know
    ROI: 218.63 <<<<<<<<<<<rake of income

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    I don't have PT3, but here's what I'd guess those numbers are (very educated guess too). $/tourney is the avg amount won per tourney $/day is the average amount won per day net won is the total amount you've won or lost (won for you since it's + umbup
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    • #3
      Originally posted by JWK24 View Post
      I don't have PT3, but here's what I'd guess those numbers are (very educated guess too). $/tourney is the avg amount won per tourney $/day is the average amount won per day net won is the total amount you've won or lost (won for you since it's + umbup
      As far as i know this info is for last 30 days. If its right then for the 1st time ever i must be winning. I think its the info im slowly soaking in from pso umbup:

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      • #4
        Lol and ROI= return on investment in %
        May the tinfoil protect you. MT

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        • #5
          Looks to me like this is all tourneys played since you got PT3, 11 days before you got this graph, as this month is only 9 days in.



          134 tournaments in 11 days

          total net profit (winnings less entry fees) $70.18 - the high point at the end of the graph on the RHS

          $/Tourney 70.18/134 = $0.523731

          $/Day 70.18/11 = $6.38

          ROI Return on Investment = Profit/Entry Fees = 70.18/32.10 = 218..63%

          I had to work the last one out backwards to find how much in entry fees you had paid. Presumably you have played mainly $ 0.25 games and a few $0.10

          I dont have PT3 but think this is correct


          Ed from Edinburgh - EdinFreeMan
          4 Time Bracelet Winner


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          • #6
            Originally posted by mtnestegg View Post
            Lol and ROI= return on investment in %
            return on investment is what i ment to put just finished work

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            • #7
              Originally posted by EdinFreeMan View Post
              Looks to me like this is all tourneys played since you got PT3, 11 days before you got this graph, as this month is only 9 days in.



              134 tournaments in 11 days

              total net profit (winnings less entry fees) $70.18 - the high point at the end of the graph on the RHS

              $/Tourney 70.18/134 = $0.523731

              $/Day 70.18/11 = $6.38

              ROI Return on Investment = Profit/Entry Fees = 70.18/32.10 = 218..63%

              I had to work the last one out backwards to find how much in entry fees you had paid. Presumably you have played mainly $ 0.25 games and a few $0.10

              I dont have PT3 but think this is correct


              Ed from Edinburgh - EdinFreeMan
              When i select it for this month it only shows 72 played i know i have played at least 110
              And yes all 0.25 i think

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              • #8


                This 1 is holdem manager net winnings from 15/10/2011 to now this is around the time i came back to pso start off last month. This is when i 1st put bankroll management for the 1st time into test to see if it makes a difference. I seen 19honu62 cowboy challenge and put it into practice. This is the longest period i have gone without a deposit on pokerstars. Now all i have to do is learn to fold and i think i could double my bankroll in no time

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