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The two most well known database management tools are PokerTracker (I have this one) and Holdem Manager. Both are very good, but I prefer PT's extensibilty using PostgreSQL. Also, evplusplus have other useful things, like a Risk of Ruin calculator, Winrate Confidence calculator and bankroll management simulator that I've used extensively to model how I ...


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If you know your winrate and your standard deviation information you should be able to estimate your bankroll requirements by looking at the ev++ variance calculator. You'll see a good amount of information here about longest breakeven and downswings and other winrate related estimates: http://www.evplusplus.com/poker_tools/variance_simulator/ For ...


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I'll give a known ranking procedure and a handicapping example further down. Pokerstars awards the points to the top 15% of players in a tournament based on this calculation: Points = 10 * [sqrt(n)/sqrt(k)] * [1+log(b+0.25)] Where: n is the number of entrants k is the place of finish (k=1 for the first-place finisher, and so on) b is the buy-in ...


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I think your system is good when is separating good players from weaker players, then in other scale separate good players from totally weak players. From comments i see you have payouts and motivation issues to good weaker players, is good to see that in ranking i think you should change your payout system (after 6 months) because in that is problem not in ...



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