Saturday, June 22, 2013

Flush money

Sometimes, when my stack gets a big chip infusion, I feel like quitting for the night so I can realize the profit. Much more often, though, I look at the infusion as funding for me to play longer. Last night, on hand 22, I won a pot worth $32,270 with a queen high flush; $22,290 of this was o.p.m. (other people's money). With this flush money, I played another 62 hands, and ended up with roughly the same profit as I would have had if I'd quit after hand 22. Playing longer increases your chances of winning a monster pot, even it if means winning a bit less than if you'd quit earlier. I like to hold out for the monsters :-)

During current Hold'em session you were dealt 84 hands and saw flop:
 - 9 out of 13 times while in big blind (69%)
 - 7 out of 16 times while in small blind (43%)
 - 30 out of 55 times in other positions (54%)
 - a total of 46 out of 84 (54%)
 Pots won at showdown - 6 of 11 (54%)
 Pots won without showdown - 6

delta: $21,370
cash game no limit hold'em balance: $4,781,830
balance: $7,231,238

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