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Old Jan 03, 2010, 5:03am   #31
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Originally Posted by gustavv View Post
Wenn ich 75% equity habe wenns Geld reingeht, wie kann dann bei einem $19.26 Pott eine EV Differenz von -$10.03 rauskommen ? Das sind ja mehr als 50% weniger.
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ne das kann nicht sein imo

doch genauso ist es


sagen wir der pot ist $0 und du packt gegen deinen gegner $100 bei 75% rein. dann hast du 75% equity in nem $200 pot = $150. du solltest also im durchschnitt $150 gewinnen, minus die $100 die du reingepackt hast macht das ganze nen +$50 play.

wenn du jetzt den pot gewinnst (wie in 3/4 aller faelle) bist du $50 ueber EV, also EVdiff -$50, da Du $100 net gewonnen hast, dir aber nur $50 zustehen.

Dh bei allin mit 75% equity + win bist du die haelfte des gewinns ueber EV.
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