This is a discussion on Bankroll Management Question within the online poker forums, in the Cash Games section; Everything I read about BRM talks about BB / 100 hands played. Is the 100 hands played hands where you voluntarily put money into the
Everything I read about BRM talks about BB / 100 hands played. Is the 100 hands played hands where you voluntarily put money into the pot, hands where you have money in the pot (including sb/bb), or quite simply hands dealt?
Winrates for cash games are usually measured in BB / 100 hands. And its all hands including those, where you folded preflop.
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August 3rd, 2019, 2:06 PM
Join Date: Nov 2009
Fundiver is definitely correct that it's all hands you're dealt in.
Also one thing to be aware of in cash winrate discussions is that in limit games, BB / 100 is Big Bets / 100 hands with one Big Bet = 2 big blinds.
In no-limit games, big blinds / 100 hands (bb/100) is standard. But occasionally you do see people using the capital BB/100 to mean big bets per hundred hands in no-limit also. So it can be worth clarifying if you're talking to someone that they mean the normal no-limit bb / 100.