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There already is a question with answers about ICM: Malmuth-Harville Formula by Bill Chen at poker.stackexchange.com: ICM: Malmuth-Harville Formula by Bill Chen

I have no rights to comment it but I have a question. So I ask it here. Both answerers operate with probabilities to win. The first has numbers:80, 17,3. The second one has numbers:50,30,20.

Where to take these values?

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I have found the answer. It should be written: "Let's look at an example with player A holding 50% of remaining chips, player B 30% and player C 20%."

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