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Date: 04 Jan 2009 01:19:46
From: MZB
Subject: Explain these statistics
OK, I know I am a winning player on Stars.

Yet, when I check Sharkscope it says:

ROI=6%; Av. Profit =0.

Yet when I check PokerRankings: For the year 2008, my rating is 94.83%.

Something doesn;t make sense.

Mel






 
Date: 04 Jan 2009 07:31:50
From: Patti Beadles
Subject: Re: Explain these statistics
In article <5yY7l.77050$ly1.22266@newsfe19.iad >,
MZB <moo@noway.prudigy.net > wrote:
>OK, I know I am a winning player on Stars.
>Yet, when I check Sharkscope it says:
>ROI=6%; Av. Profit =0.


What do *your* records say, and how closely does SharkScope
match them?

My records are within 5% of SharkScope. I know that my records
are missing the first 2% of my tournaments, though, whcih
explains a fair bit of the discrepancy. I consider SharkScope
to be quite accurate for anyone with a significant sample size.

-Patti
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Patti Beadles, Oakland, CA


 
Date: 03 Jan 2009 23:30:56
From: FellKnight
Subject: Re: Explain these statistics
On Jan 4 2009 1:19 AM, MZB wrote:

> OK, I know I am a winning player on Stars.
>
> Yet, when I check Sharkscope it says:
>
> ROI=6%; Av. Profit =0.
>
> Yet when I check PokerRankings: For the year 2008, my rating is 94.83%.
>
> Something doesn;t make sense.
>
> Mel

Sharkscope is SnGs and OPR is MTTs maybe?

Fell
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Date: 03 Jan 2009 23:19:16
From: Jason Pawloski
Subject: Re: Explain these statistics
On Jan 3 2009 11:19 PM, MZB wrote:

> OK, I know I am a winning player on Stars.
>
> Yet, when I check Sharkscope it says:
>
> ROI=6%; Av. Profit =0.
>
> Yet when I check PokerRankings: For the year 2008, my rating is 94.83%.
>
> Something doesn;t make sense.
>
> Mel

If I'm playing 2x or nothing tournaments (for simplicity), and I play 4 $5
tournaments and win, but then play a $20 double or nothing and lose, what
is (a) my ROI and (b) my average profit?

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Date: 03 Jan 2009 23:20:13
From: Jason Pawloski
Subject: Re: Explain these statistics
On Jan 4 2009 12:19 AM, Jason Pawloski wrote:

> On Jan 3 2009 11:19 PM, MZB wrote:
>
> > OK, I know I am a winning player on Stars.
> >
> > Yet, when I check Sharkscope it says:
> >
> > ROI=6%; Av. Profit =0.
> >
> > Yet when I check PokerRankings: For the year 2008, my rating is 94.83%.
> >
> > Something doesn;t make sense.
> >
> > Mel
>
> If I'm playing 2x or nothing tournaments (for simplicity), and I play 4 $5
> tournaments and win, but then play a $20 double or nothing and lose, what
> is (a) my ROI and (b) my average profit?
>

Oh Sorry, I think I misunderstood what you were misunderstanding. Sorry.

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Date: 03 Jan 2009 22:40:40
From: Mr Bungle 34
Subject: Re: Explain these statistics
Same story here. None of those online tracker programs seems to get me
right.