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I agree about your bubble math for sattelite and R/A tournaments. The general idea is that if you are on regular MTT bubble, in the money already, or even on the final table (doesn't metter) - you should tend to get the highest place. And take appropriate risk. I mean the distribution of prize places you get should be in favor of the first and last ...


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Genera ICM If you know how to program recursion it is pretty easy If you don't know recursion then it would be hard For the first level you get a chip weighed split For other levels it gets more complex - you get a chip weighted split of what is left over out of prior cashes This is .NET C# public partial class MainWindow : Window { public MainWindow() ...


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There is a theoretical basis behind this assumption. Since the odds of a person winning a tournament is the inverse of the odds of everyone else losing, gambler's ruin comes into play. Intuitively, if you have 100% of the chips you'll win 100% of the time; if you have 0% of the chips you'll win 0% of the time; if you have 50% of the chips against an even ...


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It seems the "Adjusted" description relates to a calculation involving ICM. Ripped direct from the PT4 forums, posted by the mod WhiteRider: (See the whole thread here) "My C" means "My Currency", and implies a monetary stat. "My C Net Adjusted" is your expected winnings based on the difference in ICM values between your actual chip stack at the ...



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