Originally Posted by LD1977
Problem with improving players is that it is never actually correct.
That's an interesting point...
If a beginning player averages X bb/100 for their first 10k hands, and then improves into a better player, and averages Y bb/100 for their next 8k hands...
that player now has compiled 18,000 hands, but 10k were while they were still learning the game and 8k is after they improved.
So it's not necessarily a pure reflection on the type of player that you currently are.