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ICM stands for Independant Chip Model
Add-on value and “bubble factor”
Bubble factor represents the value ratio of winning X chips versus losing X chips in a given tournament - and is named so because the ratio grows steeply as the money bubble approaches. An exaggerated ...
Feb 12 '13 at 7:19
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